The National Education Policy was the recent & beneficial approval given by the Government. On the successful completion of one year of NEP, PM Modi has announced ten more schemes on Education.
In July 2020, the Government approved the policy. The Ministry of Human Resource Development was renamed the Ministry of Education. This policy is special because it got released after a huge gap of 34 years.
On this day last year, India took a monumental step ahead in the education sector by introducing the National Education Policy.
The aim of this policy was #TransformingEducation sector and placing it at par with world-class systems which bring out the best in our students.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 29, 2021
Vidya Pravesh was launched for childhood education. The most intriguing element of this policy is the right given to a student to experience multiple entry and exit. confinement to one stream is over.
Today students have the chance to break the bondage of doing a career in just a single stream. If someone isn’t interested in something then he/she can leave that and attain something more triggering. Diksha platform is created for students to attain study material and it is open for students, teachers, etc. Daily, almost 5 crore people are exploring Diksha. Scanning the QR codes and downloading the books is the only task for attaining information.
These days, Foreign education is attracting people and so, 250+ universities have been designed to establish offices of international education.
Teachers will become Teacher Pro with the help of a new version of coaching known as NISHTHA 2.0. Teachers must get integrated training to develop students. Hereafter India will give birth to satisfied generations. National Education Policy facilitates freedom of choice. Many of the people talk about failed decisions about career and the reason behind it was compulsory subjects. Hereafter students will have various options for selection.