Discussions / Critiques of Subramanian Committee Draft NEP Report

Discussions/ Critiques of Subramanian Committee Draft NEP  Report 

The following references and links have been provided to a selection of the critiques and discussions of theDraft NEP Report, in addition to the recommendations provided to the Subramanian Committee.

Links/References to Critiques / Discussions on ‘National Policy on Education 2016‘, of the Committee For Evolution of the New Education Policy, (Subramanian Committee Report) – Nov. 2015 –

TSR Subramanian, ‘Education in Disarray’, Vol. 51, Issue No. 35, 27 Aug, 2016, http://www.epw.in/journal/2016/35/draft-policy-education-2016/education-disarray.html

Anjali Mody, ‘New Education Policy: What does the government have to hide?’, June 1, 2016, 2016,August 25, 2016 http://scroll.in/article/809096/new-education-policy-what-does-the-government-have-to-hide

Rohit Dhankar, ‘Dumbing down a pliable workforce’, The Hindu, August 11, 2016 http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/national-education-policy-dumbing-down-a-pliable-workforce/article8964967.ece

Rithika Chopra, ‘ Simply put: How India’s National Education Policy evolved over the years’, Indian Express, June 23, 2016

Centre For Child And The Law, National Law School of India University, ‘An Alternative  Draft for Discussion :National Policy on School Education’, Submitted to Subramanian Committee, Nov. 23rd, 2015

Centre For Child And The Law, National Law School of India University,et.al., ‘ A Draft of Alternative National Policy on School Education’ , Submitted to Subramanian Committee, Feb 13, 2016

Comments and Suggestions of All India Peoples Science Network (AIPSN) Regarding the Discussion Document for framing New Education Policy, November 26,2015

Centre for Civil Society, ‘ CCS reform Ideas’ , January 14, 2016 http://nep.ccs.in/CCS+Reform+Ideas