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Ministry of Human Resource Development MHRD):

Council Of Human Resource Education Development.

Education holds the key to economic growth, social transformation, modernization and national integration. The national policy on Education formulated in 1986 and modified in 1992 aims to provide education of a comparable quality up to a given level to all students irrespective of their caste, creed residence or sex. It aims at promotion of a national, a sense of common citizenship and composite culture and strengthening national integration. It says stress on the need for a radical transformation of the education system to improve its quality at all stages and gives much greater attention to science and technology. The Directorate of Education earnestly endeavours to implement the policy.

Manav sansadhan shikshan vikash parishad in mandated bygovt. of India for proper planning and coordinated development of the ministry of human resource development system throughout the country The manav sansadhan shikshan vikash parishad as defined under government of national territory of Delhi act 1882 directorate of education department New Delhi, includes programme of education, research and training, engineering, technology, architecture, town planning, management. Council of hred has registered under act by Ministry of Human Resource Development Indian rules R.70-1 / 2013 – (A) and accordance


Ministry of Human Resource Development MHRD):





There has been an increasing awareness that the people of the country should be looked upon as its valuable resource-indeed the most valuable resource-and that our growth process should be based on the integrated development of the citizen, beginning with childhood and going right through life, It is increasingly realised that all relevant instruments and agencies contributing to or responsible for, this growth should be integrated in order to ensure all-round development. In pursuance of this idea, a new Ministry was created under a suggestive name, Ministry of Human Resource Development, on 26 September, 1985, through 174th Amendment to the Government of India (Allocation of Business ) Rules 1961. Currently the Ministry has two Departments namely.

with C.45 rules 1957 Department of higher education. The educational facilities are provided in stages. I-e,Pre – primary, primary, middle, secondary senior secondary and university level Directorate of Higher Education was set up in the year 1997. It was given the independent responsibility of looking after the “College branch” of the education department vide cabinet decision no. 174 dated 25th may, 1996 Division of Human Resource Development.
The division of Human Resource Development in the Department of Education policy, organization and leadership is recognized at the state, national, and international levels as a leading academic program for research and education on individual and organizational performance within the framework of workplace learning and development. The division educates and trains future researchers and scholars, reflective practitioners, and leaders for a wide variety of organizations and institutions; its unique strength lives in the integration of psychology, organization studies, adult education, instructional design and technology, and global perspectives for individual and organizational excellence.



As part of a scholarly community in a premier research institution of higher learning, the Division of Human Resource Development engages in forward – looking research, graduate and professional education, and outreach activities for numerous constituencies. In alignment with these aims, its mission is to:

1.Create and disseminate new knowledge about human resource development through disciplined inquiry using multiple methodological approaches and theoretical frameworks.
2.Provide quality education that equips students with the strong academic foundation needed for improving learning and performance in education, business, healthcare, military, non-profit and government organizations.
3.Enhance the lives and productivity of our many constituencies by providing expertise and assistance through consulting activities, social engagement, and community development.



Welcome To Ministry Of Human Resource Development

Education plays an important role in the Human Resource Development and a remedial role in balancing the socio-economic fabric of the Country. Since citizens of India are its most valuable resource, our billion-strong nation needs the nurture and care in the form of basic education to achieve a better quality of life. This warrants an all-round development of our citizens, which can be achieved by building strong foundations in education. In pursuance of this mission, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) was created on September 26, 1985, through the 174th amendment to the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules. 1961. Currently, the MHRD works through two departments:

1.Department of School Education & Literacy
2.Department of Higher Education

While the Department of School Education & Literacy is responsible for development of school education and literacy in the country, the Department of Higher Education takes care of what is one of the largest Higher Education systems of the world, just after the United States and China.

The main objectives of the Ministry would be:

1.Formulating the National Policy on Education and to ensure that it is implemented in letter and spirit.
2.Planned development, including expanding access and improving quality of the educational institutions throughout the country, including in the regions
3.where people do not have easy access to education.
4.Paying special attention to disadvantaged groups like the poor, females and the minorities.
5.Provide financial help in the form of scholarships, loan subsidy, etc. to deserving students from deprived sections of the society. Encouraging
6.international cooperation in the field of education, including working closely with the UNESCO and foreign government as well as Universities, to enhance the educational opportunities in the country.

Department of Higher Education

The Department of Higher Education, MHRD, is responsible for the overall development of the basic infrastructure of Higher Education sector, both in terms of policy and planning. Under planned development process, the Department looks after expansion of access and qualitative improvement in the Higher Education, through world class Universities, colleges and other Institutions.

The importance of Higher Education is indisputable in the scheme of things that represent India to the world. In order to establish India as a knowledge-based Society of 21st Century, Higher Education can prove to be an important tool.

1. Improvement of access along with equity and excellence
2. Adoption of State-specific strategies
3. Enhancing relevance of H.E. through curriculum reforms
4. Reforms in governance structures .

The main objectives of the Dept. of HE are:

1. Access, Participation and Expansion
2. To increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in Higher Education to 15% by 2011-12 and to 21% by the XIIth Five-Year Plan.
3. To expand institutional base in technical, professional and vocational education by creating additional capacity in existing institutions and establishing new ones.
4. Equity and Inclusion
5. To remove disparities between communities, social strata and genders by providing opportunities of Higher Education to deprived sections.
6. Setting up institutions in uncovered areas to remove regional imbalances
7. Quality Enhancement
8. To increase plan support for infrastructure and faculty development in the institutions of higher learning
9. To attract fresh talent into careers in teaching and research in education
10.To improve research facilities in Universities and Colleges
11.To promote collaboration with international community, foreign governments and institutions, etc.
12.To promote development of Indian languages
13.Reforms in governance
14.To promote autonomy and academic reforms in institutions of higher learning
15.To initiate institutional restructuring for improved efficiency, relevance and creativity in higher Education