HARTOG COMMITTEE REPORT, The Government of India Act of did not satisfy the Indian people. In order to satisfy the Indian people it was felt. on constitutional reforms was to be appointed in But owing to the tary education. The auxiliary Committee popularly known as the Hartog Committee. formation of the Simon Commission in and the appointment of the Hartog Committee in alongwith its recommendations on Primary, Secondary.

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Curriculum for girls should include home science, hygiene, music etc. Report of the Hartog Committee 1. So, it suggested the following important measures for the improvement of primary education.

Therefore it argued for qualitative improvement. The committee looked at the defects and suggested for their remedy. Besides new degree colleges and universities were opened during the period.

Philip Hartog

So the recommendations of the committee aroused sharp reaction. In the latter year, he was appointed Academic Registrar to the University of Londonand held that office with great efficiency for 17 years. The Hartog Committee observed that the problems of primary education were mostly rural in character rather than urban. But before suggesting recommendations it evaluated the hatrog of higher education, as prevalent in India in those days.

The defects of the University education as pointed out by the Committee were: Hatog, before making the recommendations, the committee pointed out the major defects of the existing system of primary education quite convincingly. The total numbers of primary schools were 1, 96, in Montford reforms prevented the central Government from introducing any educational reform as it used to do previously. Neglect of Honours Course: It pointed out various defects of primary education and laid emphasis on developing primary hadtog into a community centre.


Hartog was a member of the commission under the late Sir Michael Sadler on Calcutta University which was appointed in and harotg a voluminous report in A spirit of love for education was developed in all sections of the people. All educational powers were transferred to the representatives of the people but they have limited resources.

Hartog was the Chairman of the Hartog Committee appointed by the Simon Commission to prepare a report on education. About this time as agitation against the Government was going on, it was felt necessary to give due importance to education in India. The Committee recommended that salaries and service fommittee of the teachers should be improved so as to attract really capable persons hqrtog the job. Under this some subjects were under the centre and some under the provincial Governments.

Hartog Committee Report, 1929

Delhi university was established inNagpurAgraAndhra university in and Annamalai in harotg Defects in the Secondary Education: The committee recommended for the appointment of more personnel in the department of education and appointment of more inspecting staff for the assistance of DPIs.

This was mainly due to laxness of promotions in the secondary schools from class to class and the absence of reasonable selective system.


At the end ofhe went to Palestine as chairman of the Committee of Inquiry on the organization of the Hebrew University, and subsequently, he was president of the Friends in Britain of the university.

It had no other purpose before it.

It recommended to introduce more diversified curriculum during this period and to improve the service conditions, security of service and facilities for training of secondary school teachers. Retrieved December 2, The universities were over-crowded and libraries were ill equipped.

The report of the Hartog Committee holds a unique position in the history of Indian education. Now we will discuss the recommendations of the Hartog Committee regarding primary education.

So the commission appointed a committee under the chairmanship of Sir Phillip Hartog to inquire into the conditions of education in India. Its main recommendations were— Planning to make primary education compulsory: Thus, the attention of the people was diverted towards political movement. Moreover university educated persons were getting preference over matriculation passed individuals.

Hartog Committee Report,

This reform brought diarchy in the system of administration in India. His keen and helpful interest was maintained until his last working days. Therefore it was impossible for them to spend sufficient money for the progress of education.