“NIP, 2020 is a guide philosophy to change the landscape of education, to make education holistic and to build a solid foundation for Atmanirvara India. On July 29, one year after the completion of the reforms under NEP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation, “he tweeted.
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According to sources, the Prime Minister will talk about the progress made so far in the implementation of the policy and also share a roadmap for the projects in the pipeline and their deadlines.
The education ministries have written to the United States requesting the presence of officials at the virtual conference by Modi. In a letter to the chief secretaries of the states, the ministry informed the heads of state and institutions on July 23 that the MoU was “going to launch some important initiatives such as setting up an academic bank of credit; Multiple entries / departures of prominent organizations; First year education in technical courses in regional languages; Vidya Prakash – School Preparation Module; Indian Sign Language as subject; Nishat 2.0; Structural assessment (success) for level analysis of education; Artificial intelligence websites for public awareness; National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR) etc. ”
The Ministry also plans to organize eight themed webinars on the use of technology in education, multi-sectoral and holistic education, equity and inclusion, Indian knowledge system, language, arts and culture. Modi will launch the event and address dignitaries.
The NEP, approved by the union cabinet last year, replaced the national education policy enacted in 1986 at a meeting chaired by Modi in 2000. The goal is to pave the way for transformational reforms in the school and higher education system to make India a global knowledge superpower.
When the chief took over as education minister earlier this month, he said his focus would be on achieving the goals of the new NEP in time.
Choices between three- or four-year undergraduate courses, multiple entry and exit options in degree courses, adding 35 million seats to higher education institutions, which will now have a single regulator, abolishing the MPhil program, and setting fees are among the higher education reforms. In the new NEP