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नई शिक्षा नीति 2021- New Education Policy (NEP), नई एजुकेशन पॉलिसी

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नई शिक्षा नीति 2021- New Education Policy (NEP), नई एजुकेशन पॉलिसी:

We can take forward through better education and for better education should be a good education policy. Keeping this in mind, many times the education policy of our country has been improved. and now our Prime Minister Narendra Modi bring new education policy.

what is this new education policy(NEP) and What changes have been made in it, what is the purpose of making the changes, what is the course after the changes, and what are its benefits going to provide? Please read this article in detail.

नई शिक्षा नीति 2021- New Education Policy (NEP), नई एजुकेशन पॉलिसी

National Education Policy (NEP)

Under the National Education Policy, a policy of education to be held in schools and colleges is made, in which a new education policy has been launched by the Government of India. This policy has been prepared under the chairmanship of ISRO head doctor Kasturirangan.

Previously the pattern of 10 + 2 was followed and under this new education policy, the pattern of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 will be followed.


Implementation of new education policy

This is a third education policy before this implemented 2 other policy in 1968 and 1992. according to this policy many changes done in current education system. This policy is designed for two decade.

overview of New education policy

policyNational Education Policy 2021 (NEP)
launched byIndian Government
Related DepartmentMinistry of Human Resources
beneficiaryCitizens of India
aim of this policyEducation has to be universalized and India has to become a global knowledge superpower.
Start Date2021
advantageTo boost morale and empowerment of children
official website
www.mhrd.gov.in

Through This policy

The student will be given financial aid


The National Scholarship Portal has also been expanded under this policy, financial assistance will be provided to children through this portal so that they are encouraged to study and their progress. Private Education Institutions will also be encouraged through this policy to provide scholarships to their transfer children. This will increase the desire of children to study and they will progress towards progress.

IIT multi-disciplinary institute will be built


Under this policy, engineering institutes like IITs will also be built so that children can progress towards IIT multi-disciplinary education. So that students have a desire to get higher education and make their career bright by bringing them on engineering path.

International student offices will be created for foreign students


Under the new teacher policy, India will be promoted as a global learning destination providing good education at low cost, thereby establishing an international student office to host foreign students.

National Research Foundation will be built


Under this policy, the National Research Foundation will also be established through which the culture of research will be enabled. Its establishment will promote researchers in India and various research will emerge and it will be very important for our country.

Importance of board under new education policy


Under the new education policy, the importance of the board has reduced, which will reduce the stress of children and this board examinations will be conducted in two parts.

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Syllabus under National Education Policy (NEP)


The syllabus has also been reduced under This Policy, now the syllabus has been reduced to the extent that it is compulsory for children. The aim of reducing this curriculum was to focus more on critical thinking and to promote e-learning through technology such as TV, channels, online book apps. and also focus will be on practical.

The specialty of new Education Policy

  • Education will be universalized under the National Education Policy.
  • Under the National Education Policy, before the pattern of 10 + 2 was followed.
  • Which will now be followed by a pattern of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4.
  • Education up to the fifth grade will be imparted in the mother tongue or regional language. Vocational Testing Internship will be given in the sixth grade.
  • Earlier there used to be science commerce and arts streams, now there will be no such stream.
  • Students will choose the subject according to their wishes.
  • Now students will be taught coding in the sixth grade itself.
  • All types of e-content will be translated into the regional language.
  • Virtual labs will also be built
  • The Ministry of Human Resource Management has been renamed as AAP Ministry of Education.

Highlights of National Education Policy

  • Graduation courses will be of 3 or 4 different types of exit options.
  • For example, if a student does a 1-year graduation course, he will be given a certificate.
  • If he does 2 years, he will be given the advanced diploma
  • If he does 3 years, he will be awarded a degree.
  • And after 4 years, a bachelor’s degree will be awarded research. Academic Bank of Credit will be created.
  • In which Digital Academy credits will be enriched by students through various higher education institutions.
  • And will be transferred to the final degree.
  • E-learning will be emphasized and dependence on textbooks will be reduced.
  • Under the policy, large multi-disciplinary higher education institutions will be created in each district by 2030.
  • Under this policy, by 2040, all higher education institutions are targeted to be multi-disciplinary institutions. government and private schools will be equal. And education will be changed for PWD.

Stages of New Education Policy (NEP)


previously education system has been divided into two steps 10 + 2, which has been changed into 4 stages to 5 + 3 + 3 + 4. This new pattern consists of a 12-year-old school teacher and a 3-year preschool teacher. The four steps of the New Education Policy are as follows.

The foundation


This stage involves a child from 3 to 8 years of age with 3 years of pre-school education and 2 years of school education. Development of language skills and teaching will be given more attention under the foundation stage.

Preparatory


This stage includes children from 8 years to 11 years in which children from classes 3 to 5 are included. Development of language and numeracy skills will be given greater attention in the preparatory stage.

Middle stage


This stage includes children from classes 6 to 8. And the children of class 6 will be taught coding and they will be given vocational tests as well as internships.

Secondary stage


This stage will include children from 9 to 12. Earlier, the children had to select their stream, but now after finishing it, children can choose the subject of their choice. For example, if children want to take commerce with science or arts with commerce, then they will be provided

National Education Policy (NEP) streams

Before this new policy, children had to choose their streams such as Arts, Science, Commerce and under this new education policy, students no longer need to choose any stream. You can select any subject as per your wish. Each subject will be seen as an additional course no honors course and will also include qualified sports, dance, sculpture, music, etc. Along with this, physical education has also been included in the curriculum.

B.ed to be 4 years old now


Under National Education Policy, b.ed has now been reduced to 4 years. By the end of 2030, the minimum qualification of teachers will be 4 years b.ed program under which strict action will be taken against them if standards are not followed.

Education will be done in mother tongue and regional language


If something is explained to us in the mother tongue or regional language, then it makes us understand more quickly. Keeping this in view, a provision has been made by the National Education Policy and children up to the fifth standard to read in their mother tongue and regional language and text books. Will also be provided in the regional language.

Teach foreign language


Under this policy, if a child wants to learn another language, then he will be stressed to teach languages ​​including French German, Spanish, Japanese, etc.

FAQ: New Education Policy (NEP)

What is NEP?

Under the National Education Policy, a policy of education to be held in schools and colleges is made, in which a new education policy has been launched by the Government of India. This policy has been prepared under the chairmanship of ISRO head doctor Kasturirangan.

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