QuestionsWhat are the main recommendations of NPE 1986?
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The creation of efficient distribution systems for the underprivileged segments of the population through adult education also serves as a platform for these segments to get knowledge and understanding of the planning process. Therefore, it is crucial to build a strong connection between adult education and development programmes. This will be accomplished in a variety of ways, including the following:
  • For the IRDP and NREP recipients, specialized literacy primers and other reading materials will be created to help them understand their rights and obligations.
  • Because the ICDS's functional literacy of adult women was eliminated, its effectiveness diminished. Functional Literacy of Women (FLOW), which will be a component of ICDS, will be the new name for this programme.
  • Literacy and adult education would, if feasible, be a part of the various programmes for the development of SC/ST and other educationally underdeveloped areas.
  • The numerous programmes for the development of women will all have an essential component of education and adult education.
  • All Nehru Yuva Kendras will embark on an initiative to establish 100 functional literacy centers in one block each in their district, starting with 50 NYKs in 1986–1987.