Appointed in 2021 the commission had some outstanding teachers as its individuals to map the issues of higher training and propose a roadmap for destiny
The Shyam Menon commission report titled as “commission for reforms in higher education 2022” has now landed inside the fingers of Kerala authorities.
The seven member panel constituted through Kerala authorities under former vice chancellor of b r Ambedkar college, Delhi become tasked to have a look at the possibilities of bringing in reforms which can be in song with converting instances.
Appointed in 2021 the fee had some prominent academics as its contributors to map the problems of better schooling and endorse a roadmap for the destiny masking subjects viz, get admission to and simplicity of doing schooling, a word taken from the lexicon of company world.
Retaining in view latest controversy among chancellor and country authorities the Menon commission has extensively encouraged insulating the educational institutions from controversies springing up out of differences in interpretation of the federal character of India’s constitution. The panel has encouraged many measures to enhance the ecosystem of higher education institutions in Kerala.
Kerala, initially, viewed National Education Policy (NEP 2020) with disagreements. After a while the state government have become extremely receptive to a number of the pointers and decided to put into effect the reforms from year 2023-24.
Earlier the Kerala State Higher education Council had constituted a committee below eminent economist prof Prabhat Patnaik which cautioned that the NEP, 2020 is retrograde and gives an exclusionary imaginative and prescient of education.
The committee raised issues over the possible challenges that the scheme posed for access, fairness, social justice and the reservation device.
At the same time as the union authorities maintained that the NEP, 2020 is advisory in nature, the Kerala authorities remained mindful of carrot and stick method of UGC and decided to enforce nep.