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After Independence, the goals and programmes of the country have seen numerous changes. Some significant factors that have affected India after 1947.
Constitution of India:
- The Constitution of India was framed by the Constituent Assembly which was founded on 6th December 1946 to write the Constitution of India.
- The head of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution was Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.
- It is a document based on the strengths of the diversity of Indian society. It cherishes the goals of liberty, equality, and fraternity. It supports secularism.
- There have been numerous amendments to the Indian Constitution. A recent change has been the abrogation of Article 370 in August 2019 which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
Economy: The economic growth of India recently was guided by Planned Development, through twelve Five-Year Plans till 2017. Each plan period has had its own objectives. It was in 1991, globalisation was introduced in India which has its share of positives and negative sides.
Since 2014, changes such as demonetization, single taxation policy under GST, welfare schemes, borderless trade practices, Swachh Bharat drives, promoting entrepreneurship, etc. have been key points.
Education: There has been a significant expansion of the number of anganwadis, schools, universities, deemed universities, autonomous institutions, IITs (Indian Institute of Technology), IIMs (Indian Institute of Management), IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), NITs (National Institute of Technology), vocational programmes, open learning, online education, self-learning opportunities and so on.
- Enrolment numbers have been swelling beyond control in several cases.
- The number of teachers has also risen.
- The Draft New Education Policy has been formulated in 2019.