Dinanath Batra, the RSS man met Human Resource Development minister Smriti Irani & gave her a charter of demands, counting a plan to refurbish CBSE & a new curriculum agenda that can escort to a "strong & vibrant India". Dinanath Batra also appealed the ministry about numerous alleged offenses in NCERT, IGNOU & National Co - Teacher Education (NCTE).
Dinanath Batra added, "I met the minister on Tuesday and have appealed her to wholly revamp the structure". He also told the minister that as NCERT president, it is within her rights to reconstitute the committee. He has asked her to instruct NCERT to call a meeting of the council instantaneously.
Dinanath Batra has sought alteration in CBSE's profile to an "internationally plausible national school board, entrenched in Indian culture". His appeal says, "Central Board of Secondary Education should work on its own in syllabus configuration, text book & shore up material development, studies, research and teacher training. Work of other tests & exams currently handled by CBSE should be handed over to a new National Evaluation Board."
Dinanath Batra insisted that CBSE should confine itself to giving association to only those schools that display "interstate & international presence" rather than "generating parallels to the state board/council". CBSE, the charter of demand said, must have exclusive presence overseas as national board. Demand has also been made that Central Board of Secondary Educaton be headed by an experienced and professional chairperson, rather than a civil servant.
Dinanath Batra also demanded that the job of mounting the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) should be allocated to a committee of academics and experts represented by HRD ministry to separately take on the exercise & put forward the NCF to the government to be approved by Central Advisory Board of Education.
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