NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020
The NEP 2020 is the first new education policy to be introduced in India in the 21st century, the last having been implemented in 1986, 34 years ago. The NEP, thus, replaces the National Policy on Education, 1986, which was modified once in 1992. Before that, the first education policy was passed in 1968.
The Modi government announced the New Education Policy 2020 which brings about several major reforms in education in India. PM Modi said that this reform would transform the lives of millions of Indians. Among the major reforms, the 10+2 structure in the schooling system has been replaced by a 5+3+3+4 structurest 13 Educational Policies Introduced By Government That Are Changing The Education Sector. There Have Been Major Changes In The Education System Of India. The government of India has introduced various policies over the years in order to promote education and skill development. CABINET HAS APPROVED NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2020 --------*5YEARS FUNDAMENTAL*-------- 1.Nursery @4Years 2.jr KG @5Years 3.sr KG @6Years
4. Std 1st @ 7 Years
5. Std 2nd @ 8 Years
------ * 3 YEARS PREPARATORY * -------
6. Std 3rd @ 9 Years
7. Std 4th @ 10 Years
8. Std 5th @ 11 Years
------- * 3 YEARS MIDDLE * -------
9. Std 6th @ 12 Years
10.Std 7th @ 13 Years
11. Std 8th @ 14 Years
-------* 4 YEARS SECONDARY * ------
12. Std 9th @ 15 Years
13. Std SSC @ 16 Years
14. Std FYJC @ 17Years
15. STD SYJC @ 18 Years
---- There will be board in 12th class only.
4 years of college degree. 10th Board Expiry.
MPhil will also be closed.
(In institutions like JNU, 45 to 50 years old students stay there for many years and MPhil, all these debauched leftist ideologues will now be removed from the institute ..)
---- Now students up to 5th will be taught in mother language, local language and national language only. The rest of the subjects, even if they are English, will be taught as a subject.
---- Now * just have to take board exams in 12th standard *. Whereas before it was mandatory to take the 10th board examination, which would not happen now.
---- Examination will be done in the semester from 9th to 12th class. * Schooling will be taught under the 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 formula * (see table above).
---- College degree will be 3 and 4 years old. That is, a certificate will be given on the first year of graduation, diploma on the second year, degree in the third year *.
---- 3 year degree is for those students who do not have to take higher education. At the same time, students doing higher education * will have to do a 4-year degree. Students doing 4 years degree will be able to do MA in one year *.
--- Now students will not have to do MPhil. * Rather MA students will now be able to do PHD * directly.
---- Students will be able to do other courses in between. * Gross enrollment ratio will be 50 percent by 2035 in higher education *. At the same time, under the new education policy, if a student wants to do another course in the middle of one course, then he can take a second course by taking a break from the first course for a limited time.
---- Many reforms have also been made in higher education. Improvements include graded academic, administrative and * financial autonomy etc. Apart from this, * e-courses will be started in regional languages. Virtual Labs * will be developed. A National Educational Scientific Forum (NETF) will be started. Please tell that there are 45 thousand colleges in the country.
---- There will be uniform rules for all government, private, deemed institutions.
According to this rule, new academic session can be started
OVERALL: Indian Education system is good but it needs little bit improvement. We should improve this system by adding more project based or practical based education that will help students to gain more experience and knowledge. … We are not technically strong enough in educating, when compared to the well developed countries
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