The new education policy will be launched on Wednesday, July 29 at 4 p.m. In the early afternoon, the cabinet approved the policy to revise the country’s education system. Union Ministers of Information and Broadcasting (I & B) Prakash Javadekar and Human Resource Development (HRD) and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will shortly make the announcement on NEP 2020. On May 1st, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed NEP-2020. The draft was drawn up by a group of experts led by the former chief of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), K Kasturirangan. The NEP 2020 aims to “make India a global knowledge superpower”. The new academic session will start from September to October – the delay is due to the unprecedented outbreak of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) – and the government intends to implement the policy beforehand. The new session begins
Check out the key points of the new 2020 education policy here:
NEP 2020: International student office at every institution that accepts foreign students
The new 2020 education policy aims to promote India as a global study destination that offers first-class education at affordable costs. An international student office is set up at every facility that accommodates foreign students.
New Education Policy 2020: Academic Bank for Credit Storage
An academic bank of credit (ABC) is set up, in which the acquired academic credits are stored digitally
NEP 2020: Bachelor courses with several exit options
The bachelor’s degree programs last either 3 or 4 years and offer several exit options. A certificate course after completing a year in a discipline or subject, including professional and professional areas, or a diploma after two years of study or a bachelor’s degree after a three-year program. However, the 4-year multidisciplinary bachelor’s program is the preferred option.
NEP 2020: IITs become a multidisciplinary institution that opens doors for humanities scholars
Even engineering institutions like IITs will move towards more holistic and multidisciplinary education with more arts and humanities. Arts and humanities students want to learn more science.
NEP 2020: what is a multidisciplinary institution?
A university is a multidisciplinary institution that offers Bachelor and Master programs with high-quality teaching, research and community engagement
NEP 2020: A large multidisciplinary facility in or near each district by 2030
NEP aims to establish at least one large multidisciplinary facility in or near each district by 2030.
NEP 2020: All universities should become multidisciplinary institutions
By 2040, all universities should become multidisciplinary institutions, each of which should have 3,000 or more students
NEP 2020: New academic meeting from September to October
The new academic session will begin from September to October – the delay is due to the unprecedented outbreak of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) – and the government plans to introduce the policy before the new session begins.
New education policy 2020 is expected to bring about major changes in the country
The new education policy will bring a number of important changes, including the possibility for top foreign universities to set up campuses in India, a larger proportion of students receiving vocational training, and a move towards institutes, including IITs, that are becoming multidisciplinary
The new education policy will be published today at 4 p.m.
Union Ministers for Information and Broadcasting (I & B) Prakash Javadekar and Human Resource Development (HRD) and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will release the new 2020 education policy today at 4:00 p.m.