🔥 PM Modi speaks today within the framework of the NEP 2020 on a conclave on the subject of “Schooling in the 21st Century” As part of the new education policy, Prime Minister Modi will today address the “Education Festival” on the subject of “Schooling in the 21st Century”.
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- PM Modi speaks today as part of NEP 2020 about a conclave on the subject of “Schooling in the 21st Century”
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- On July 29, 2020, the central government approved the new education policy after 34 years
- Previously, PM also addressed the August 7th and September 7th webinars.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak today at a two-day conference on “Schooling in the 21st Century” as part of the New National Education Policy (NEP 2020). The Prime Minister will attend the conference via videoconference at 11 a.m. In that statement, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said in a statement that the Ministry of Education is organizing a conference that began on Thursday as the first part of the “Education Festival”.
“Shiksha Parva” is celebrated from September 8th to 25th
This “Shiksha Parva” (Shiksha Parva) is celebrated from September 8th to 25th to honor teachers and promote the new education policy. The PMO said that virtual conferences, various webinars and conclaves will be organized on many aspects of NEP. The new national education policy 2020 is the first education policy of the 21st century, announced 34 years after the previous education policy in 1986. As part of the new education policy that was introduced after 34 years, webinars and virtual conferences on various aspects are being organized nationwide.
Also addressed earlier on September 7th
Before that, Modi also spoke on August 7th about the “Inaugural address to a conclave on transformation reforms in higher education within the framework of NEP 2020” and the “Governors’ Conference” on the new policy on September 7th. During this time the Prime Minister had said that the responsibilities of the education system, central government, state government and local bodies are all interlinked, but at least the government, its intervention, its influence on education policy should be.