Prakash Javadekar said numerous unfamiliar instructive establishments will open for business in India and furnish new instructive open doors with this arrangement.
CALLING THE National Education Policy (NEP) an effective endeavor at making standard training “accessible for all”, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said he had been firmly connected with the approach since his days as the human asset improvement serve.
He said the arrangement was detailed on the topic, ‘Sabko Shiksha and Achchi Shiksha’, making numerous grant alternatives accessible for in reverse, in an unexpected way abled, and monetarily more vulnerable understudies, while tending to a Facebook live meeting on Thursday.
The conversation on the NEP was sorted out by the Board of College and University Development and Savitribai Phule Pune University Teachers Association facilitated on the Facebook page of the National Youth Cooperative Society.
Javadekar said numerous unfamiliar instructive establishments will open for business in India and give new instructive open doors this strategy. He said while at present Indian understudies worked abroad and fortified their economies, presently these understudies could remain in India and become the “spine” of the Indian economy.
He additionally said this arrangement would expand the responsibility of instructive establishments, understudies, instructors, and the board.
Bhushan Patwardhan, Vice-Chairman of University Grants Commission, said flexibility was the “soul of the new NEP”, which was useful to students, teachers and administrators.
“This educational policy must be effectively implemented. So far, we have travelled through two modes of education: our own and one imposed by the British Raj. Despite an educational lineage of several hundred years, our universities, once the best in the world, do not feature in the top list today. To date, students at university and college level are only assumed to fit into the framework we have set for them. But this policy will provide many new opportunities to students through multi-disciplinary study. It has changed the definition of education,” he said.
Nitin Karmalkar, vice-chancellor of SPPU, said some of the newer concepts like credit transfer and cross-discipline study had already been implemented at SPPU even before the NEP came into existence.