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New Education Policy 2020 Highlights: School and higher education to see major changes

by Dhrubajyoti Haloi
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New Education Policy 2020 Highlights: School and higher education to see major changes: National Education Policy (NEP) 2020: Education is swinging day by. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday cleared the New Education Policy (NEP), 2020, that intends to upgrade the nation’s training framework. Association Ministers for Information and Broadcasting (I&B) and Human Resource Development (HRD) Prakash Javadekar and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, separately, will make the declaration in no time on the NEP, 2020.

This is an important decision in order to revive the education system. The new scholastic meeting will start in September-October – the deferral is expected to the extraordinary coronavirus infection (Covid-19) episode – and the administration intends to present the approach before the new meeting kicks in.

Prior on May 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had checked on the NEP, 2020, whose draft was set up by a board of specialists drove by previous Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) boss K Kasturirangan.

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Concerns were raised by some non-Hindi-talking states about the burden of Hindi, which the HRD service has guaranteed would be tended to.

The administration had said the emphasis was on getting consistency instruction, giving all inclusive access to quality training, improving the nature of rudimentary training through another national educational plan system that centers around multi-semantic, 21st-century aptitudes, joining of sports and expressions, ecological issues, and so on.

The utilization and advancement of innovation in different modes for training at school and more significant levels were additionally examined tattered.

Authorities, notwithstanding, didn’t detailed if the exercises got the hang of during the Covid-19 stage would be added to the strategy. In any case, the HRD service is said to have laid more accentuation on computerized showing modes as the key gaining from the progressing Covid-19 flare-up. The draft strategy has additionally proposed that the HRD service be rechristened as the Education service.

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The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the new National Education Policy (NEP) and renamed the HRD Ministry as Education Ministry. Making the announcement, Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said there would be a single regulator for all higher education institutions and MPhil would be discontinued.

In a bid to ramp up digital learning, a National Educational Technology Forum (NETF) would be created. “E-courses will be developed in eight regional languages initially and virtual labs will be developed,” Amit Khare, Higher Education Secretary, said.

Top 100 foreign colleges will be allowed to set-up campuses in India. According to the HRD Ministry document, listing salient features of policy, “such (foreign) universities will be given special dispensation regarding regulatory, governance, and content norms on par with other autonomous institutions of India.”

Standalone Higher Education Institutes and professional education institutes will be evolved into multi-disciplinary education. “There are over 45,000 affiliated colleges in our country. Under Graded Autonomy, Academic, Administrative and Financial Autonomy will be given to colleges, on the basis of the status of their accreditation,” he further said.

The committee — which suggested changes in the education system under the NEP — was headed by former ISRO chief K Kasturirangan. The NEP was drafted in 1986 and updated in 1992. The NEP was part of the election manifesto of the ruling Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) ahead of the 2014 elections.

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