Present Structure of Secondary and Higher Education in Maharashtra


After independence 3 main commissions came into play with their recommendations.

 

  Secondary Education Commission

(Mudliar Commission)

Kothari Commission National Educational Policy
Year 1952-53 1964-1966 1986
Structure 11+3 = 14 10+2+3 = 15 10+2+3 = 15
Primary Yrs 4 4 5 (free)
Middle Yrs 3 3 3 (free)
Secondary Yrs 4 3 2
Higher Secondary Yrs

 

2 2
Higher education 3 3 3

Present Structure of Secondary and Higher Education as per NEP 1986

 

AGE

 (Yrs)

STD LEVEL OTHER COURSES
1 to 3
4 Pre-primary, L.Kg, U.Kg
5
6 I Free & compulsory primary education
7 II
8 III
9 IV
10 V
11 VI Middle School/ Higher Primary /Lower Secondary (Also free now)
12 VII
13 VIII
14 IX Secondary School Exam (SSC Board) Vocational & technical
15 X
16 XI Junior college

(HSC Board)

Pre-degree, Diploma, etc
17 XII
18 BA/ BSc/ B.Com College Education University Education Engineering, medical, technical courses
19
20
21 MA/ MSc/ M.Com Post graduate level Master of computers, B.Ed. etc
22
23 onwards M.Phil/PhD Research Research

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