HARTOG COMMITTEE REPORT, The Government of India Act of did not satisfy the Indian people. In order to satisfy the Indian people it was felt. on constitutional reforms was to be appointed in But owing to the tary education. The auxiliary Committee popularly known as the Hartog Committee. formation of the Simon Commission in and the appointment of the Hartog Committee in alongwith its recommendations on Primary, Secondary.

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Improvement in university work: It pointed out various defects of primary education and laid emphasis on developing primary schools into a community centre.

Provision for Honours course: It realised that the progress of primary education has not been satisfactory. This created problems for the representatives of the people.

In this regard the committee said— a Remuneration and conditions of service of the secondary teachers are for from satisfactory. It seemed at that time that this branch of science would claim him.

Hartog Committee Report, 1929

The committee praised the growth in the number of affiliated college but criticised the falling standards of education due to the worsening of environment in these colleges. The First World War started in Europe in Unitary as well as teaching universities: Delhi university was established inNagpurAgraAndhra university in and Annamalai in This Committee was appointed to survey the growth of education in British India. In order to remove the defects of the system of secondary education the committee made the following recommendations— Diverting Pupils to Non-Literacy Pursuits: In the concluding section of the unit we have focused on an evaluation of the recommendations of the committee and its impact on the field of Indian education.


On settling in London Hartog devoted much time and thought to the place of examinations in the education system.

Thus resulted in a relapse into illiteracy. The report was hailed as the torch bearer of Government efforts. Now that you are familiar with the historical background, let us discuss the formation of the Simon Commission and the Hartog Committee.

Recommendation of Hartog Commission (1929)

This Act is known as Montford Reform. Evaluate the recommendations of Hartog Committee for reforms on education.

1992 The condition of education under diarchy and the criticism levelled against it have also been discussed. Such was the sorry plight of primary education in the country. Primary schools should serve as centres for rural uplift works, medical relief, adult education, mass literacy, sanitation, recreation etc Finance: Relating the curricula and methods of teaching to the conditions of villages in which children live and read.

Notes for UPSC: Hartog Committee

Hartog Committee made a thorough study of the primary education in India. Calcutta University Commission, These changes had made long standing impact on both political and educational scenario of our country. Already you have learnt about the recommendation of the Hartog Committee regarding primary and secondary education.

Teachers should be provided with better service conditions, higher salary and better social status.

The nationalist movement by the time became more powerful in the states on account of the repressive measures taken by the Government. It attributed that the laxity of promotion from one class to another in the earlier stages and persecution of higher education by incapable students in too large a number were the main factors of wastage. They may be outlined below—.


In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikisource. This was a waste of time, effort and energy.

harrog What does Hartog Committee say on women education. The Government continued the policy of consolidation and it had an adverse effect on the primary education. The Hartog committee had concentrated its attention more on primary and secondary education and less on university education. In the first part of this unit, we 9129 focused our attention on the historical background behind the setting up of the Hartog Committee.

We know that the essence of Hartog committee was the importance on qualitative improvement of primary education and not on the quantitative expansion.

Views Read Edit View history. The Hartog Committee observed that the problems of primary education were mostly rural in character rather than urban.

Hartog Committee Report,

Give its commithee recommendations on Primary Education. The method of teaching employed by the teachers was unscientific and stereo typed and the curriculum was not scientific and upto date.

In this exposure of haphazard methods and plans for reform, he had the collaboration of Dr.