SECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION(1952-53)
*The secondary education appointed by the government of India in term of their Resolution number F 9-5/52 B-1 dated 23 September 1952
*The commission appointed by the government of India .
*Dr A. Lakshmanswami Mudaliar (vice-chancellor madras university chairman).
AIMS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION
*Development of democratic citizenship
*Development of personality
*Education for leadership.
*Improvement of vocational capability and efficiency
*Concept of world citizenship
*Balance mixture of essay type, short answer type and objective type question
*Thought provoking question
*There should be no optional questions
*Question should be made to cover the maximum course
*In place of one paper of three hour duration in a particular subject their should be two paper each of three hour
*Class work be given some consideration
*External exams may be supplemented by vivavoce
*Marking norms should be carefully determined and prescribed
*Difficult, as well as easy question should place in question paper
*There should be no compulsory public examination
*The number of external exam should be reduce
*Cumulative records in respect of every child should be introduced and and maintained
*Symbol / Grades in place of numerical marking should be introduced
*Student may be allow to appear in two or three subject and complete the examinant in two consecutive year or so