Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Mile Stones in Indian Education

Courtesy - Jitendra sir's  what app group शैक्षिक संवाद

1. Mid Day Meal – 15 August, 1995
2. Education For All – 1990
3. Operation Black Board – 1987-88
4. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan – 2000-01
5. National Literacy Mission – 5 May, 1988
6. National Council of Education Research and Training – 1
September, 1961
7. First Open University in India – Andhra Pradesh Open
University in 1982 (now renamed as Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
Open University).
8. Number of Open Universities in India – 14 (1 National and
13 State Open Universities)
9. First Open University in World – United Kingdom (U. K) in
1969
10. International Education Commission – 1996
11. Indra Gandhi National Open University – 15 September,
1985
12. All India Council for Technical Education – Established
in November, 1945 first as an advisory body and later on in
1987 given statutory status by an Act of Parliament.
13. National Education Day – It is celebrated on 11
November every year in the memory of India’s First Union
Minister of Education, Dr. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
14. Central Advisory Board of Education – Established in
1920 as an advisory body of the Government but it was
abolished in 1923. In 1935, it was again revived.
15. Kothari Commission (1964-66) –The commission
started its work on October, 1964 and submitted its report
on 29 June, 1966. The commission setup follows 12 task
forces and 7 working groups.
16. Central Institute of Educational Technology – 1984
17. District Primary Education Programme –1994
18. Educational Media Research Centre – 1983
19. Educational Research and Innovation Committee – 1974
20. National Assessment and Accreditation – 1992
21. National Adult Education Programme – 2 October, 1978
22. National Council of Teacher Education – 1973,
autonomous status 1993
23. Rehabilitation Council of India Act – 1992, amended on
2000
24. Regional college of Education – 1984
25. Wechsler Adult Education Scale – 1955
26. Wechsler Children Education Scale – 1949
27. Right To Information – October, 2005.
28. International Literacy Day proclaimed by UNESCO – 8
September
29. Indian coastal areas experienced Tsunami disaster –
2004
30. Programme of Action – 1992.

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