Most of the flow is in technological commodities like coal, natural gas, steel, concrete, glass, asphalt, gasoline, water, waste removal an so on.
Therefore, a common school system of public education should be introduced in a phased manner spread over twenty years.(ii) Social and National Service: In order to remove the gulf between the educated and uneducated or between the intelligentsia and masses, some form of social and national service should be made obligatory for all students at all stages of education.Most of the agricultural land that may have supported the nearby population is eliminated.Food for the human RNA working in the cells is still a small proportion of the energy and resource flow. The most urgent reform needed in education is to transform it, to endeavour to relate it to the life, needs and aspirations of the people and thereby to make it a powerful tool of social, economic and cultural transformation necessary for realisation of our national goals.For making it a success, the commission suggested two forms: (i) Encouraging and enabling students to participate in community living on the school or college compounds.(ii) Providing opportunities of participation in programmes of community development and national service.(iii) Development of an Appropriate Language policy: Suitable arrangement should be made for teaching mother-tongue, Hindi and other modern Indian languages.