1. Some text-books should certainly be prepared by the education department of the government. Their standard should be high in all respects so that other publishers may prepare suitable text-books of the standard of the text-books published by the government.
2. The text-books should have suitable pictures, diagrams and illustrations in order that they may seem interesting to the students.
3. The text-books on different subjects should not be limited. Six or seven text-books of each subject should be prepared so that headmasters and teachers may have full freedom of selecting the best book.
4. Pressure should not be exerted on schools authorities and teachers in the selection of books.
5. The text-books should not cast any reflection on any society, class, community or religion. They should help in developing the feeling of national integration and international understanding.
6. Text-books should be prepared by subject experts. The authors should be given rewards for good books.
7. At the national level, good authors should be invited to write text-books for different levels of education.
8. The Central and State governments should work together for preparation of suitable text-books.
9. Some standard foreign text-books should be translated into Indian languages. It will facilitate availability of suitable text-books. This policy should be particularly followed for scientific and technical subjects.
10. The correction of text-books should be a continuous process and for this a committee should be permanently appointed.
11. There should be a government agency for the composition and publication of text-books in every State, This agency should publish some standard textbooks of all subjects, but other publishers should also be free to publish good text-books on all subjects.