Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said Thursday that a student will receive a 360-degree holistic assessment with the help of National Education Policy 2020 (NEP).
“With the help of this guideline (NEP) a student can carry out a holistic 360-degree assessment. He will be able to do a self assessment, his guardian, teacher and classmates will also be able to do the assessment, ”he said.
Pokhriyal spoke today via video conference with “Shiksha Samwad” about the “vision of making India a global knowledge superpower”.
India would be the first country to introduce artificial intelligence into schools as India’s students are enriched with talent, Pokhriyal explained.
“With the internship, we have brought a professional flow from the 6th grade onwards through this new educational policy. In addition to studying, a student will receive on-site exposure. Students become “atmanirbhar” (self-employed) as soon as they leave school, “Pokhriyal said.
“This policy has been made public to welcome further suggestions. This educational policy was born after considering all the proposals in detail. When we talk about teaching in their mother tongue, the most developed countries only teach their students in their mother tongue, ”he added.
The education minister said we do not reject any language.
“No language is imposed on anyone, but a student should be free to learn as many languages as he or she wants. Through this policy we will connect our past with our future. Our prime minister has a vision of a healthy and clean India, ”he added.
Ashok Mittal, Chancellor of Lovely Professional University (LPU), Punjab, Dr. H. Chaturvedi, Professor and Director at Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida and Vice President of Education Promotion Society for India along with others attended and shared their views with the Education Minister during the event.