The history of education in India

Until the 17th century,
The first millennium and Nalanda, Taxila, Ujjain, and Vikramashila last few centuries have seen the development of higher education and universities. Art, architecture, painting, logic, grammar, philosophy, astronomy, literature, Buddhism, Hinduism, Economics (Economics and Politics), Law, and Medicine were among the subjects taught and studied in each university specialized in a certain area. Taxila, medicine, specializing in the study of astronomy, while emphasizing Ujjain. Nalanda, the largest center, which controls all branches of knowledge, and housed up to 10,000 students at its peak.
Education under British rule
British records show that indigenous education was widespread in most parts of the country with the 18th-century village, every temple, mosque or school. Taught include reading, writing, mathematics, theology, law, astronomy, metaphysics, Ethics, Medical Science and Religion. Attended by representatives of all sections of society schools students.
The present system of education, was made in the 20th century with its western style and content, and funded by the British, following recommendations by Macaulay. Traditional structures were recognized by the British government and then decline. Gandhi is a beautiful tree that is described by the traditional education system was destroyed during the British rule.
After Independence
After independence, education became the responsibility of States. Technical standards in the field of coordination was the responsibility of the government and higher education to specify. This continued until 1976, when education became a joint responsibility of the state and federal level.
In 1976, a consititutional improve education by states and the Union, was a joint responsibility. Education, jointly responsible for the Human Resources Development Center of the Ministry of Deparment and is presented in collaboration with the United States, education policy and planning.
In 1986 and 1992 NPE POA for all children 14 years of age improved to imagine that before the start of the 21st century must be provided free and compulsory education. Government of India has made a commitment that by 2000, 6% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), of which half will be spent on primary education turned out to be spent.
In November 1998, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, announced the establishment of a network to add to the lore vahini universities, UGC and CSIR.
Education in India – Recent Events
Indian education system is based on common attributes. However, there are some experiments that leads to the trail system is designed to do away with is based on a case of suicide and depression among students. In 2005, the Kerala government introduced competition is fierce, and hope that it will enable students to grade-based system of rote learning and to move away from a focus on the creative aspects of personality development as well as help.
India is a developing country and it has expanded in every region. After the independence of Education saw a need to change slowly. India is bringing about changes in the revised concept for the development of education. Sixty-five per cent of all levels of education in India around 1880, the literacy rate has increased in 2001, from primary to higher education has been shown to be a challenge. India, IIT, IISc, IIM, nits, Aims, ISI, Xu, bits, and renowned academic institutes such as ISB. After China, India and the US higher education system is the third largest in the world.
Before the beginning of the 21st century that India is concerned about the development of education free and compulsory education, must be provided for all children up to fourteen years. In addition, the structure of education for all children aged 6-14 years, 86 update is a fundamental right. Education has come a long way in the education system, such as certain beneficial system of online education in India. Online education training system for students in remote locations is primarily delivered via Internet. Online courses can not be delivered by a synchronous manner. To select several online degrees, online education or online courses to enable students to various online university. Thus various degrees and online education courses. Online course has distinct advantages as a business can be achieved with the current curriculum. In addition, an online degree to help improve career prospects
Beginning in the late 1960s and early 1970s has become part of the international discourse on non-formal education, education policy in India. Informal education refers to the life long learning process. In addition to formal education, it takes about the importance of learning and education, which is recognized educational institutions out of place identifying training. The symptoms associated with the non-formal education system. Focus on clearly defined objectives in the education system as evidence for the development of the system helps to focus
Indian education is at different stages. Students are provided with a broad scope and course selection. Have the opportunity to select the desired fields. In India, the education system is becoming increasingly popular. Students choose distance learning following benefits to the modern practice. Guaranteed availability of distance learning courses, in any state or university education can also be obtained, according to a person. India ensures that financial constrains the development of education for all Indian citizens will receive education in colleges and schools is available.
University Education
India is a vast system of higher education in 342 universities (211 in the central state of 18, 95 deemed universities) 13 institutions of national importance, was formed about 17,000 colleges and 887 polytechnics. The University Grants Commission (UGC), is coordinating a national organization and looks after the maintenance of university education standards. India begins university education with graduate courses. Of course depending on the nature adapts its duration from three to five and a half years may be.