Nadda went on Twitter and called it a “significant day” for India.
“National Education Policy 2020 brings with it highly anticipated reforms and regulatory frameworks that satisfy the need for a” new India “of the 21st century and release the energy of our children and youth for an independent, better India. # NEP2020,” tweeted Nadda .
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“A significant day for India when the cabinet led by PM Shri @narendramodi ji approved the new 2020 education policy. # NEP2020 was formulated after extensive consultations to ensure early childhood care and education, equity for all learners and a solid recruitment of teachers apart from promoting quality research. ” he added.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari also praised the cabinet decision, saying that the NEP 2020 would make India’s global knowledge superpower.
“Led by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi Ji, #NewEducationPolicy 2020 will make India’s global knowledge superpower. I congratulate Education Minister Shri @DrRPNishank Ji on the reforms,” Gadkari tweeted.
Gadkari, Minister for Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSME), highlighted some of the silent features of NEP 2020 and tweeted: “Concentrating on a new academic structure for schools will ensure an increase in gross enrollment. Further reforms, including research, multidisciplinary approach for academics, development of professional skills, emphasis on fair and inclusive education, integration in emerging knowledge trends and divyang-friendly technology bring better opportunities for every student, among other things. ”
The Union’s cabinet approved Tuesday’s 2020 national education policy, which provides for major reforms in higher education, including a target of 50 percent of the gross enrollment rate (GER) by 2035 and multiple entry and exit entries.
At a press conference here, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said the cabinet today approved a 21st century national education policy (NEP).
“The Union cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved the new education policy for the 21st century. It is important that nothing has changed in education policy for 34 years. I am confident that this will benefit society as a whole and the community Government welcomes nation as well as world educators, “he said.
Amit Khare, university minister, said it was a “historic day” and the country had a new education policy (NEP) after 34 years.
“After the new education policy and reforms, we will have a gross enrollment rate of 50 percent by 2035,” he said.