Nagpur:The visions of Sangh, on new educational policies under a new committee formed by HRD ministry, are soon to be disclosed. Sangh’s ‘Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal’ had submitted a 3200 pages report to the nine member committee chaired by K. Kasturirangan formed by HRD Ministry to come up with the blueprint for a new education policy.
The committee will be submitting its report to the HRD ministry in October. The sangh’s BSM has also submitted its advice and suggestions to the committee. The committee had asked for advice from around 10 lakh citizens as well. The report has been compiled based on 2.5 lakh suggestions. It is being anticipated that when the report is disclosed, traditional methods of education will also be included in the same.
In the suggestion submitted by BSM, special focus has been given on the oldest teaching method-‘Gurukuls’. The Sangh, the era globalisation, believes that still the traditional methods of education are much influential.
Given that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has under two years left in its tenure, the big question is whether the government will have sufficient time to deliver on an electoral promise made in the run-up to the 16th general election. The Sangh is also running a Gurukul under itself.