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The national policy on education (NPE) is a policy formulated by the government of India to promote education amongst Indian's people. The policy covers elementary education to colleges in both ruler and urban India. The first NPE was promulgated in 1968 by the government of prime minister Indira Gandhi and second by prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1986.

Background need

There was an urgent need to solve the problems of access, quality ,quantity ,utility and financial outlay accumulated over the years which were massive in proportions. So “challenges of education a policy perspective” was issued by the, government of India. country wide debate on education reforms The new policy on education 1986 approved by parliament in may 1996

Objectives of NPE

National system of education:-Common educational structure i.e10+2+3structure,national curricular frame work common core. Egalitarians :-i.e. education for equality for woman ,SC ,ST, handicapped and other minorities. Reorganization of education at every stages:-ECCE, child center approach, formal and non-formal education, vocalization.�Technical and management education. The main thrust of the policy is the perception to 21st century. To establish network arrangement between different institutions in the country. Reorienting the content and process of education. The teacher The management of education. Resources and review.

Examination reform

The objective will be to re-cast the examination system so as to ensure a method of assessment that is a valid and reliable measure of student development and a powerful instrument for improving teaching and learning; In functional terms, this would mean : i) The elimination of excessive element of chance and subjectivity; iii) Continuous and comprehensive evaluation that incorporates both scholastic and non-scholastic aspects of education, spread over the total span of instructional time. iv) Effective use of the evaluation process by teachers, students and parents. v) Improvement in the conduct of examination

vi) The introduction of concomitant changes in instructional materials and methodology; vii) Instruction of the semester system from the secondary stage in a phased manner; and viii) The use of grades in place of marks.

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