The MyGov portal received more than 15 lakh suggestions from teachers on NEP implementation within a week of getting their views. NEP is very focused on children, emphasizing learning based on fun, discovery and activity.
“Engaging, exploring, experiencing, expressing, and exceeding should be our mantra of New Age learning for children,” he added.
“Up until now, grades and music sheets have dominated learning-based education in our country. Branded sheets have become ‘print sheets’ for students and ‘prestige sheets’ for families. The goal of NEP is to remove this pressure,” said PM.
The Ministry of Education is organizing a two-day conclave on September 10th and 11th as part of the “Shiksha Parv”.
Former Prime Minister Modi also gave the inaugural address at the conclave on “Transformation reforms in higher education” within the framework of the NEP-2020 on August 7th. Modi also spoke on September 7th at the governors’ conference on the NEP.
According to the NEP 2020, the focus at school level should be on the universalization of early childhood care and education (ECCE) for children up to the age of 8. The 10 + 2 structure of the curriculum is to be replaced by a 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 curriculum structure. Developing a new comprehensive national curriculum framework for school education; Assessment Reforms and Holistic 360 Degree Progress Map of a Child.
Shikshak Parv is celebrated from September 8th to 25th to congratulate teachers and advance the new 2020 education policy. Various webinars, virtual conferences and conclaves on various aspects of the National Education Policy 2020 are being organized across the country.