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NEP 2020 framed keeping in mind aspirations of 21st Century youth: PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday mentioned the National Education Policy 2020 has been framed keeping in mind the aspirations of the youth of 21st Century of our nation.

While addressing college students collaborating in the Smart India Hackathon 2020, Prime Minister mentioned, “National Education Policy 2020 announced recently has been framed keeping in mind the aspirations of the youth of 21st Century of our country. India’s National Education Policy is about the spirit, which reflects that we are shifting from the burden of the school bag, which does not last beyond school, to the boon of learning which helps for life, from simply memorising to critical thinking.”

Prime Minister Modi mentioned the coverage emphasises on the interdisciplinary research.

“This concept has been gaining popularity. And, rightly so. One size does not fit all. One subject does not define who you are. This will ensure the focus is on what the student wants to learn, rather than what the student is expected to do by society. Inter-disciplinary studies give you control. In the process, it also makes you flexible,” he mentioned.

Prime Minister mentioned the coverage will make sure that the languages of India will progress.

“The languages of India will progress and develop further due to the changes brought in the education policy. This will not only increase India’s knowledge but will also increase its unity,” he mentioned.

Prime Minister Modi additional mentioned the NEP will increase entry to training ranging from main training.

“In higher education, the aim is to increase Gross Enrolment Ratio to 50 per cent by 2035,” he mentioned.

Prime Minister Modi additional mentioned efforts are being made to vary outdated training system strategy via the brand new training coverage and the sooner shortcomings are being eliminated.

“There is now a systemic reform in India’s education system, an attempt to change both the intent and content of education,” he mentioned.

The main reforms in college training introduced by NEP 2020 embody universalisation of Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE), nationwide mission to give attention to primary literacy and primary numeracy, no inflexible separation between arts and sciences streams and elimination of separation between vocational and educational and curricular and extra-curricular.

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