ew Delhi, Apr 3 (PTI) The HRD Ministry has constituted a 10-member committee to give shape to the government's ambitious plan to roll out community colleges in the country from the 2013 academic session. The committee, to be headed by Madhya Pradesh School Education Minister Archana Chitnis, will submit its report within two months, spelling out the concept and arriving at an appropriate milestones for its launch, said a Ministry circular. Officials said the committee could also undertake a trip to the US, a pioneer in community college movement, to study the system there. Other members of the committee are education ministers of Chhattisgarh (Brij Mohan Agrawal), Assam (Himanta Biswa Sarma), Bihar (P K Shahi), Punjab (Sikander Singh Malooka) and Jammu and Kashmir (Abdul Gani Malik) besides ministers of higher education of Rajasthan (Daya Ram Parmar), Tamil Nadu (P Palaniappan) and Maharashtra (Rajesh A Tope). Joint secretary in HRD Ministry A K Singh would be the convener of the committee. Government aims at promoting such colleges with an underlying objective of increasing gross enrolment ratio to 30 in the country by 2020. While the concept note about the community colleges was discussed at the State education meet last month here, government also seeks to actively promote the community college system vocationalisation of higher education in the country.