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All You Need To Know About New Educational Policy

All You Need To Know About New Educational Policy

The new national education policy 2020 was approved by the union cabinet, the launch of which was long-awaited. The new policy sets off a sweeping change in the educational institution right from the foundational stage, with the view of universalizing education with a prospective structural and institutional change. The current 10 +2 pattern changes to 5+3+3+4 pattern in which schooling will be of 12 years and 3 years Anganwadi, of which the corresponding ages will be 3-8 years which is the foundational stage then 8-11 years the preparatory stage 11-14 the middle stage and 14-18 the secondary stage. The children in the age group of 3-6 years are not covered in the 10+2 pattern. But according to the new educational policy structure, 5+3+3+4 early childhood care, and education starts from the age of 3.

Vocational education with the internship will be started from class six. More emphasis will be given on national glory and the glorious past of our country with the flexibility to ease a load of the syllabus on the students. Easier board exams, reduction of course content, emphasis on experimental learning, and critical thinking in school education is considered in this new policy. The curriculum content will basically focus on the core essentials and make way for critical thinking and not just performing the subject. Due to this way of learning the children will be more inquisitive and interested in learning and knowledge-seeking will be a happy and delightful endure.

 The higher education will also be made interesting where competitions will be held with foreign universities and digitalization of knowledge. Multi-disciplinary education will also be emphasized. So that such universities can offer undergraduates and graduate programs with high-quality teaching, research, and community engagement. 

The undergraduate degree course will be of three or four years. Here multiple exits will be allowed. Exiting after one year will get a certificate, after two years a diploma, a bachelor's degree after three years, and a multidisciplinary bachelor's degree after four years. Its an aim that by the end of the year 2040 all institutions will be multidisciplinary institutions and single -streams are to be stopped totally.

A higher education commission of India {HECI} will be set up as a single arching body for the entire higher education. The UGC, NCTE, and AICET will be discontinued, The National higher education regulatory council, General education council, Higher education grants council{HEGE} and National Accreditation council are the four independent institutions of the HECI. These bodies will monitor the entire higher education system of India, except the medical and legal education system.

The nation has to stand confidently amidst a prevailing precarious scenario of rising fissiparous and separatist tendencies aimed at disintegrating India at the global terror network.

The new policy will rectify the errors of the previous policy and thus prepare India to face the challenges of the modern world with over sweeping globalization and booming information technology and increasing the prospect of artificial intelligence. It will lead India to become a global knowledge hub in the world. With fast digitalization of knowledge and online learning infrastructure India will shine out in the whole world.   

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