Universalisation of Elementary Education and eradication of Adult illiteracy have been two of the most important basic goals of educational development in India since Independence.
It also aims at providing the text books and the expressions of local geographical and cultural needs. DIET Haveri is also trying its best to bring Out the educational journal to suit the needs of various educational institutions
Article 45 of our Constitution , deals with, provision for free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of 14 years. The National Policy of Education, 1986 gives more stress for the universalisation of Elementary Education.
Universalisation of elementary education (UEE) consists of two aspects, namely-
i) Universal enrollment and retention
ii) universal attainment.
In other words we could term these two aspects as Numerical and Quantitative aspects of unversalisation goals. Universal attainment is the ultimate end, where as universal enrollment and retention are the means to achieve the goal.
To achieve UEE several inputs are required, out of which the following two are the important ones.
i) Dedicated and competent teachers /instructors
ii) Suitable academic and resource support to the teachers / Instructors, which would comprise of
· Training, guidance and timely advice
· Development of locally relevant learning materials and teaching aids
· Evaluation and Field studies,
· Action research and experimentation for tackling the problems in achieving goals.
Meet Our Principal
Shri G M BasavalingappaDeputy Director of Public Instruction (Devp)
District Institute of Education and Training
Haveri - 581110