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Solutions to CBSE Sample Paper - Economics Class 12

“India has failed to implement the recommendations of Education Commission of 1964 -66.” Give valid arguments in support of the given statement.

 

Answer:

The given statement is appropriate. Over the years India has not been able to raise the educational standards to the desired level. Education Commission of 1964-66 had recommended that at least 6 % of GDP should be spent on education so as to make a noticeable rate of growth in educational achievements. However, the current expenditure level has been quite inadequate. Thus, necessary steps must be taken by the government in this direction.

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