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Cabinet approves STARS project under NEP to strengthen school education system
The Cabinet on Wednesday approved a World Bank supported 'STAR...
Union Cabinet approves new STARS project to strengthen school education system
The Rs 5,718-crore World Bank-supported project aims to suppor...
New education policy aims to achieve twin objectives of inclusion, excellence: President
Addressing the Visitors' Conference on 'Implementati...
National Education Policy 2020: Schooling reform from 2022-23, 60-point action plan drawn up
NCERT has been asked to develop a three-months-long, play-based school preparation module for grade 1 students to make them school ready. With focus on arresting the decline in learning levels, NCERT will finetune learning outcomes for all grades, from pre-primary to grade 12, to meet the requirements of NEP 2020.
No need to spend dollars on foreign degrees any more: Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriya on NEP
"There is no need for some of our students to enroll in foreign universities, spending dollars on admission. We have all the infrastructure and facilities. The National Education Policy 2020 has further taken care of the issue. Our students will stay and study in the country now," Pokhriyal said.
Ranking system recognises talent, WB govt does not approve of NEP 2020: Mamata
"People are ranked one to 10 which make them proud, but we are hearing that there will be this new education policy, where the ranking system will no longer exist. We must not forget that rankings give students a certificate to move forward in life.
Schools must ensure smooth transition from home-based schooling to formal schooling: Education Ministry
Universities and schools across the country were ordered shut on March 16 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. On March 25, the Centre announced a nationwide lockdown.
Bennett University to hold webinar on National Education Policy today
The webinar scheduled to be held between 4 pm and 6 pm through video chatting application Zoom, will especially focus on the implementation of the policy in private universities of UP.
View: Why National Education Policy 2020 may not change India's govt schools for better
Most of the education sector reforms listed in NEP are unlikely to work if teachers continue to spend less than a fifth of their working time teaching and are absent a quarter of the time.
Bennett University webinar on NEP: Emphasis on skill training, critical thinking and creativity for successful implementation
Monika S Garg, additional chief secretary at the higher education department in Uttar Pradesh said skill training, especially soft skills, should be integrated with education degrees and an effort should be made in this direction right from the level of secondary education. She said emphasis should be laid on soft skilling not only in courses like engineering but also in liberal arts and commerce.
National Education Policy will ensure quality and affordable education: Prakash Javadekar
This is an education policy that will take India forward as it will provide accessibility, equity, quality, affordability and accountability, he said at the webinar organised by the Vidyapeeth Vikas Manch, National Yuva Cooperative Society and the Savitribai Phule, Pune University.
Some of the changes in education effected by pandemic will outlast it, says experts
Of course, a complete shift is out of the question. At institutes such as the IITs and the IIMs, students enrolled in full-time programmes are clear that they want the full experience, complete with friends and camaraderie.
RSS' Mohan Bhagwat welcomes Centre's new agricultural reforms, education policy
Addressing the Sangh's annual Vijayadashami rally here which was this time attended by only 50 'swayamsevaks' due to the COVID-19 guidelines, he also welcomed the government's new education policy.
NEP 2020 undermines role of states, Bengal not implementing it for time being: Minister
"There is no question of implementing NEP in the state for the time being. More discussions need to be held on the matter with all stakeholders. We have expressed our reservations about certain aspects of the NEP, as they undermine the country's federal structure and the role of the states," the education minister told reporters.