HARTOG COMMITTEE REPORT, The Government of India Act of did not satisfy the Indian people. In order to satisfy the Indian people it was felt. on constitutional reforms was to be appointed in But owing to the tary education. The auxiliary Committee popularly known as the Hartog Committee. formation of the Simon Commission in and the appointment of the Hartog Committee in alongwith its recommendations on Primary, Secondary.
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So it suggested for the introduction of diversified course in middle schools meeting the requirements of majority of students. Efforts should be concentrated on improving university work cluture, on confining the university to its proper function of providing good advanced education to students, who are fit to receive it and to make the university a more fruitful agency in the life of the community.
These changes had made long standing impact on both political and educational scenario of our country.
Villagers were poor, illiterate, conservative. It expressed the opinion that the universities had failed to meet the needs of the people. Education was transferred to the representatives of the people.
Illustrate the circumstances that led to the formation of Simon commission and appointment of the Hartog Committee in. Environment and circumstances of the locality should be carefully studied while haryog education compulsory Quality Development: With a view to reducing the domination of the matriculation examination, the committee recommended— a The introduction of a more diversified curriculum in the middle vernacular schools, b The diversion of more boys to industrial and commercial careers at the end of the middle stage, for which provision should be made by alternative courses in hratog stage.
The method of teaching employed by the teachers was unscientific and stereo typed and the curriculum was not scientific and upto date. The Indian leaders were not satisfied with the working of diarchy. The Committee pointed out the following special difficulties in the path of progress of primary education— The Committee realised that the majority of the Indian population reside in villages.
The cause of the improvement had been the efforts of private enterprises and awakening of national spirit. The recommendations were welcomed by the officials but the Indian people, however, did not appreciate them.
Hartog Committee Report,
The report was hailed as the torch bearer of Government efforts. List four important recommendations for the improvement of primary educational. Thus, ahrtog attention of the people was diverted towards political movement. After going through this unit, you will be able to: Training institutions should have better equipment and efficient staff.
It blamed the provincial Governments for poor progress of primary education. Give an account of the educational development during and Cpmmittee universities have not properly organised the Honours courses. Recommendations on Higher Education 4.
Finance was kept as a reserved subject. First, we shall discuss the defects of secondary education as pointed out by the committee and then we shall proceed to the recommendations regarding its improvement. An Evaluation hatog the Recommendations 9. The Hartog committee observed that vast discrepancy exists between the education of boys and that of the girls.
Hartog Committee Report, 1929
Simon Commission was authorised to appoint a committee to help it in preparing a report on education in India. Hartog Committee made a thorough study of the primary education in India. Evaluate the recommendations of Hartog Committee for reforms on education.
Regular promotion of the students to the next higher class is interrupted resulting in the withdrawal of the student from school learning. Recommendations on Women Education 5.
Education became a transferred subject.
Recommendation of Hartog Commission (1929)
Giving importance on developing the libraries of the universities was one of the important recommendations of the commission. It is necessary for us to know the terms of reference of the Hartog Committee— The Hartog committee was appointed to enquire the organisation of various aspects of education in India and to give its suggestions for coommittee over all improvement commttee progress.
The Government continued the policy of consolidation and it had an adverse effect on the primary education. The minimum duration of the primary course should be of harrog years. In the sphere of secondary education the Committee indicated a great waste of efforts due to the immense number of failures at the Matriculation Examination. Answer briefly the following questions: Such was the sorry plight of primary education in the country.