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Wesleyan Journal of Research 4 (01):180-183 (2011)
The present education does riot yield required results mainly because it is divorced from the real social content and social goals. We as the citizens of the republic are constitutionally committed to democracy, social justice, equality of opportunity, secularism and above all to a welfare state. Educational policy and educational programmes should not merely equip an individual to adjust with society to its customs and conventions, but it should enable him to bring desirable changes in the society. Every educational institute from secondary school to University College should be developed to become an agency of change, it is the dream of Dr. B.R .Ambedkar.
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