New Education Policy

  • 'New Education Policy will bring rise in demand for tailored courses'
    New Delhi, September 21 (IANSlife): The New Education Policy (NEP) has infused a new wave of optimism with the vision of strengthening the education system, branching out into varied dimensions of skill-based learning to empower the Indian youth with the new age dynamism. The policy has arrived at the most appropriate time, when India is all geared up to redefine itself as "Atmanirbhar Bharat". The newly envisaged framework aims to provide a holistic development for the le
  • Education for all is Modi govt's mission: Amit Shah
    NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 8 (IANS): Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said that the Central government has been working tirelessly to achieve the goal set by Prime Minister's "Education for All" mission. Greeting the nation on the International Literacy Day on Tuesday, the Minister said the government is trying to achieve the goal through reforms like New Education Policy 2020, Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao, Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan and many more such initiatives.
  • NEP 2020: Nagaland urgently needs a special education commission
    Webinar envisages a ‘New Nagaland’ with New Education Policy 2020 in context  Morung Express news  Kohima | August 10  The New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 offers many opportunities for Nagaland to move forward and progress, but the State Government should form a special education commission to enable such processes, a Naga scholar opined today. Dr Kanato G Chophy, New India Foundation Fellow, further said that a careful introspection needs to be und
  • Students to get chance to take exams twice a year under NEP: Nishank
    New Delhi, Aug 1 (IANS) The Modi government came out with the New Education Policy 2020, replacing a 34-year-old national policy on education. Under the new policy, students will get a chance to take the board examination twice. What will be the big changes in higher education, what will be the type of board examinations, what will be the nature of primary classes, what will be the changes in engineering and medicine streams -- to get the answer we spoke to Union Education Minister
  • New education policy a game-changer for India: Kasturirangan
    Bengaluru, Jul 30 (IANS): Terming the Union Cabinet's approval of the New Education Policy as historic, its draft committee chairman Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan on Thursday said it (policy) would be a game-changer for India over the next 20 years. "It is a significant milestone for education in India from school to college. The policy gives hope for a bright future, as it aims to build quality human resources to sustain the country's socio-economic growth and development