1. BHARTIYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION
ROLL NO. 66
2. INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION
Popularly known as Kothari Commission.
Formed on 14th July, 1964 under the leadership of “Doulat
Began its task on 2nd October 1964 and submitted its
report on 26th June 1966.
Report entitled “Education and National Development”
Commission consist of 17 members
4. EQUALITY OF EDUCATIONAL OPPURTUNITY
Article 45, “Provision for free and compulsory education
for children. The State shall endeavour to provide, within
a period of ten years from the commencement of this
Constitution, for free and compulsory education for all
children until they complete the age of fourteen years”
5. EDUCATION FOR BACKWARD CLASSES
Article 46, “Promotion of educational and economic
interests of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other
weaker sections The State shall promote with special care
the educational and economic interests of the weaker
sections of the people, and, in particular, of the Scheduled
Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, and shall protect them
from social injustice and all forms of exploitation.”
6. WOMEN EDUCATION
National women educational committee (1959) by Smt.
Hansha Mehta committee (1961) by Hansha Mehta.
Bhakta Batsalam committee (1963) by Sh. Bhakta
Batsalam (C.M of Madras).
8. Standardization of educational system
Standardization of education system on 10+2+3
Kindergarten should be renamed as pre-primary.
Primary education categorized into two-
Lower primary (1st to 4th )
Upper primary (5th to 8th )
Secondary education categorized into two-
Lower secondary (9th & 10th )
Higher secondary (11th & 12th )
9. Age of admission
• Admission to class 1st not less than 6 years.
• 234 days for schools
• 216 days for colleges
• 1000 hours per academic year
10. Curriculum on language education
Lower primary level One language
Higher primary level Two language
Lower secondary level Three Languages
Higher secondary level Two language