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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The education of the girls at the primary level should be gradually made compulsory. Giving importance hartob developing the libraries of the universities was one of the important recommendations of the commission.

Hartog Committee Report,

The Hartog committee observed that vast discrepancy exists between the education of boys and that of the girls. It pointed out various defects of primary education and laid emphasis on developing primary schools into a community centre.

The committee very distinctly remarked that qualitative improvement of education was not possible unless the conditions of the teachers were improved. What are the hindrances in the path of progress of primary education? Most of the recommendations remained mere pious hopes. Retrieved November 15, It attempted to prove that a policy of expansion had proved ineffective and wasteful and that a policy of consolidation alone was suited to Indian conditions. It had no other purpose before it.


In higher education the committee gave importance to producing learned, liberal and suitable individuals capable of undertaking responsibilities. About this time as agitation against the Government was going on, it was felt necessary to give due importance to education in India.

Calcutta University Commission, The condition of secondary committee was better than that of primary education and the number of schools increased during this period. The committee recommended the removal of such evils for the improvement of secondary education. Provisions for technical and industrial education should be made in the universities.

In the sphere of secondary education the Committee indicated a great waste of efforts due to the immense number of failures at the Matriculation Examination. In the field of higher education the Hartog Committee evaluated the condition of higher education and found that the standard of education was low and it had failed to achieve its real purpose.

So, it suggested the following important measures for the improvement of primary education. The Hartog Committee made the following recommendations for the improvement of higher education in India.

Centres for rural welfare: Simon Commission was appointed to inquire into the working of the administration under Government of India Act of Historical Background of the Setting up of the Committee 4.


Graduates should not suffer from unemployment and Employment Bureau should be opened in the universities to help the students get suitable employment. The Committee laid emphasis on qualitative improvement of primary education and not on quantitative expansion. But the general people of the country were asking for quantitative expansion.

Notes for UPSC: Hartog Committee

Education became a transferred subject. Montford reforms prevented the central Government from introducing any educational reform as it used to do previously.

Hartog Committee made a thorough study of the primary education in India. It seemed at that time that this branch of science would claim him.

Recommendations on Secondary Education 3. The committee recommended that—. Besides, agricultural work was also responsible for poor attendance.

Recommendation of Hartog Commission (1929)

So it suggested for the introduction of diversified course in middle schools meeting the requirements of majority of students. What suggestions were made by the 19929 for improvement?

The committee observed that there was considerable progress made in education by the time.