Special Target Groups

“The concept a National System of Education implies that, up to a given level, all students, irrespective of caste, creed, location or sex, have access to education of a comparable quality: says the NPE.  It goes on to say “to promote equality, it will be necessary to provide for equal opportunity to all not only in access, but also in the condition for success”.  This is quite the essence of the universalisation task, and means that needs of educationally disadvantaged groups would have to be given maximum attention.  The largest such groups are: -

  • Girls and women
  • Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes
  • Minorities
  • The handicapped
  • Other educationally disadvantaged groups e.g. working children, slum-dwellers, inhabitants of hilly, desert and other inaccessible areas, etc. 

It follows that DIETs also, in all aspect of their work, would have to give primary attention to promotion of education of the above groups.

DIET BEERWAH BUDGAM

About us

DIET is the most significant educational intervention in the country, while the NCERT came up in the 1960???s and the state councils of education research and training came up in 1970???s.

Mission

???The mission of the DIETs is to provide academic and resource support to the grass root level for the success of the various strategies and programme being undertaken in the areas of elementary & adult education.

Our Objectives

???The Aim of Education is the knowledge not of facts but of values.??? In the heart of dedicated professionals is the belief that the primary goal of education is student achievement.

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