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Innovation in the field of Indian education

The Indian Education Act
  1. 1835: The Indian Education Act was passed by the British government, which aimed to improve the education system in India by introducing Western-style education.
  2. 1857: The Indian University Act was passed, which allowed for the establishment of universities in India.
  3. 1882: The Indian National Congress (INC) was founded, which played a major role in promoting education and literacy in India.
  4. 1906: The Indian Education Commission was established, which aimed to improve the quality of education in India.
  5. 1951: The National Policy on Education was formulated, which aimed to provide universal access to education and improve the quality of education in India.
  6. 1968: The National Policy on Education was revised, which aimed to promote the use of technology in education and improve the quality of teacher education in India.
  7. 1986: The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) was launched, which aimed to provide universal access to primary education in India.
  8. 2000: The National Curriculum Framework for School Education was formulated, which aimed to improve the quality of education in India.
  9. 2009: The Right to Education Act was passed, which made education a fundamental right for all children in India.
  10. 2020: The National Education Policy (NEP) was formulated, which aims to reform and modernize the education system in India.

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