1. Statement: The new education policy envisages major modifications in the education system. Assumptions: Present education system is inconsistent with national needs. Present education system needs change.






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  • By: guest on 01 Jun 2017 07.30 pm
    Clearly, modifications are made in present system finding that it was inconsistent with the needs and required to be changed. So, both I and II are implicit.
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