New Education Policy 2020: Some Important Points

Finally, after 34 years, India got a new education policy.  Earlier in 1986, the education policy was implemented in which some partial amendments were made in 1992.  Since then the same education system was in operation in India.


 This has been implemented with the announcement of the new Education Policy 2020 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development on 29 July 2020.  Let us understand some of its important things and see how it is better than the current education system.

 The first goal of the new education policy is that by 2030 the enrollment rate in schools should be 100%.  Poor and helpless children are still deprived of basic schooling.  Bringing them to school and providing education has set a goal of this new education policy.

 The quality of school education will be reviewed every 5 years.  And, if necessary, appropriate amendments will be made.

 The student himself will choose in which subjects he has to take the board examination.  Emphasis will be placed on simplifying board exams and reducing the burden of syllabus.

 Currently, the 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 method will now be adopted in place of the 10 + 2 education system prevalent.  Which is prescribed for children in the age group of 3-8, 8-11, 11-14, 14-18 years respectively.  Its goal is to connect 3-6-year-olds to school education.

 The new education policy will adopt teaching in mother tongue, regional language, or local language up to 5th grade.  Education of foreign languages ​​will be done from secondary level.  Also, this policy does not say that any language will not be imposed on students.

 🔸NCERT will develop a new curriculum for early childhood care and education for children up to 8 years of age which will be implemented uniformly across the country.

 In the new education policy, an option for the students will also be that if a student wants to leave a subject in the middle and get training in another subject, then he will be given a fixed time break in which he will complete the course and then the old course again.  Can join from.

  Another feature of this policy is that school education, along with higher education, agricultural, medical, technical, legal education will be brought under the ambit of a single education policy.  The advantage of which will be that the student will get knowledge of any employment course along with studies.

 Special emphasis has also been laid on the training of teachers.  For this, it has been suggested to link all these programs at the college, university level.  So that teachers can be trained to impart quality education.

  Life skills will also be added to children's report cards.  So that they further facilitate in getting employment opportunities.

 It is recommended to link ancient Indian knowledge system with education in the course.

  They will be strengthened emotionally for girl education, Kasturba Gandhi Vidyalaya will be developed till 12th.  The number of residential schools for girls in the country will be increased.  It will be planned to encourage them for education.

  Language and mathematics will be given more attention in the first and second grade.  Writing skills will be developed in fourth and fifth grade.  For which many programs will be organized which will encourage children.

 Emphasis will be given on teaching children through books other than books so that the burden of baggage can be reduced.  Special attention will be paid to activities.

 🔸 Teachers have been asked to use technology.  The use of laptop, mobile etc. will make the teaching work interesting and will attract the attention of the student towards education.

  Professional and skill education will be imparted to children from class 6 onwards and internship will also be done at local level.  In addition, music and arts will be promoted in the curriculum.

  In addition to Hindi and English, ecourse will be available in 8 regional languages.  Local or mother tongue will be given importance in the syllabus up to fifth and eighth where possible.

  The importance of tenth and 12th board exams will be reduced.  Practical modules will be prepared for this.  For this, the policy of developing a semester system is stated in this education policy.

 🔸 It has been said that emphasis should be placed on moving transparent and online education.

  Multiple entry and exit options have been given in higher education.

 Compulsory of MPhil for  Phd has been removed.

 There will be only one regulator for higher education, but in this, law and medical education have been kept separate from it.

Government and private education standards will be the same.

  The idea of ​​conducting common entrance exam by NTA  for admission in higher education institute.  However this is not mandatory for all institutions.  Some courses will be different from this.

 So this was a brief information of the new education policy 2020.  We will give you detailed information about it.  Stay connected with us and get the right information.

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