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New Implementation of Education Policy

The Union Cabinet chaired through the Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi authorized the National Education Policy 2020 today, preparing path for massive scale, transformational reforms in both primary school education and higher secondary education sectors. This is the primary training coverage of the twenty first century and replaces the thirty-four-years-old National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986. Built at the foundational pillars of Access, Equity, Quality, Affordability and Accountability, this coverage is aligned to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and targets to convert India right into a colorful understanding society and international understanding superpower through making each faculty and university training extra holistic, flexible, multidisciplinary, desirable to twenty first century desires and geared toward bringing out the specific talents of every student.

Important Highlights of education policy 2020 

Reforms for higher secondary education sectors

1. 50 % Gross Enrolment Ratio through 2035

2. Holistic and Multidisciplinary Education -Flexibility of Subjects

• Multiple Entry / Exit

• UG Program - three or four years

• PG Program – 1 or 2 12 months

• Integrated five years Bachelor’s degree/ Master’s degree

• M Phil to be discontinued

3. Credit Transfer and Academic Bank of Credits

4. HEIs: Research Intensive/Teaching Intensive Universities and Autonomous Degree Granting Colleges

5. (MERU) Model Multidisciplinary Education and Research University 

6. Graded Autonomy: Academic, Administrative & Financial

7. Phasing out Affiliation System in 15 years

8. National Mission on Mentoring

9. Independent Board of Governors (BoG)

10. Single Regulator for Higher Education (except for Legal and Medical)

11. Self-disclosure primarily based on totally Transparent System for Approvals in location of ‘Inspections’

12. Common Norms for Public and Private HEIs

  • Private Philanthropic Partnership

  • Fee fixation inside Broad Regulatory Framework.

13. The Public Investment in Education Sector to attain 6% of GDP on the earliest.

14. National Research Foundation (NRF)

15. Internationalization of Education

16. Integration of Vocational, Teacher and Professional Education

17. Setting up of New Quality HEIs has been made Easier

18. Standalone HEIs and Professional Education Institutions will evolve into Multidisciplinary

19. Special Education Zone for Disadvantaged Regions

20. National Institute for Pali, Persian, and Prakrit

21. National Educational Technology Forum (NETF)

22. MHRD to be renamed as M/o Education

Education Policy under Indian Knowledge Systems, Languages, Culture and Values

I. Focus on Literature & Scientific Vocabulary of Indian Languages

II. Language Faculty

III. Research on Languages

IV. Strengthening National Institutes for merchandising of Classical Languages & Literature

V. Indian Institute of Translation and Interpretation (IITI)

VI. Cultural Awareness of our Indian Knowledge Systems

VII. Promoting Traditional Arts / Lok Vidya

VIII. HEI / School or School Complex to have Artist(s)-in-Residence.

Uses of Technology

1. Use of Technology in

• Education Planning

• Teaching, Learning & Assessment

• Administration & Management

• Regulation - Self Disclosure & Minimum Human Interface

2. Increasing Access for Disadvantaged Groups

3. Divyang Friendly Education Software

4. E-Content in Regional Languages

5. Virtual Labs

6. National Educational Technology Forum (NETF)

7. Digitally Equipping Schools, Teachers, and Students

Important Highlights of primary education policy 2020 

Reforms for Pre-primary & Primary School Education Sectors

1) Universalization of Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE)

2) National Mission on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy

3) 5+3+3+4 Curricular and Pedagogical Structure

4) Curriculum to combine twenty first Century Skills, Mathematical Thinking, and Scientific temper

5) No Rigid Separation among Arts & Sciences, among Curricular and extra-Curricular activities, among Vocational and Academic streams

6) Education of Gifted Children

7) Gender Inclusion Fund

8) KGBVs as much as Grade 12

9) Reduction in Curriculum to Core Concepts

10) Vocational integration from elegance 6 onwards

11) New National Curriculum Framework for ECE, School, Teachers, and Adult Education

12) Board Examination can be Low Stakes, Based on Knowledge Application

13) The medium of Instruction until at the least Grade five, and ideally until Grade eight and past in Home Language / Mother tongue/ Regional Language

14) 360-diploma Holistic Progress Card of Child

15) Tracking Student Progress for Achieving Learning Outcomes

16) National evaluation center - PAREKH

17) NTA to provide Common Entrance Exam for Admission to HEIs

18) National Professional Standards for Teachers (NPST)

19) Book Promotion Policy and Digital Libraries

20) Transparent online self-disclosure for public oversight and accountability

Outcomes or development of New Education Policy 2020

a. Universalization from ECCE to Secondary Education through 2030, aligning with SDG4

b. Attaining Foundational Learning & Numeracy Skills thru National Mission through 2025

c. 100% GER in Pre-School to Secondary Level through 2030.

d. Bring Back 2 Cr Out of School Children.

e. Teachers to be organized for evaluation reforms through 2023

f. Inclusive & Equitable Education System through 2030

g. Board Exams to check center principles and alertness of understanding

h. Every Child will pop out of School adept in at the least one Skill

i. Common Standards of Learning in Public & Private Schools

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