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Sir Philip Joseph Hartog committee was appointed by the British Indian government to survey on the growth of education in India. The Hartog committee on education submitted its report in The Hartog committee , had devoted more attention to mass education than the secondary and University education. The Hartog committee highlighted the problem of wastage and stagnation in education at the primary level.
The Hartog committee on education admired the growth in the number of affiliated colleges but also pointed out about the fall of standard of education in the universities. The situation of affiliated colleges was far more worst.
The Hartog committee was not satisfied with the introduction of Honours courses and pointed out that increasing the duration of courses by one year was not enough.
The report pointed out that many universities were only conducting the examinations and only in some universities teaching and research work had begun.
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