New Education Policy 2020: Changes in India's education policy after 34 years, maximum limit of education will be fixed under education policy
Hello friends, The Union Cabinet has approved the new National Education Policy on Wednesday. Under this, reforms have been made for higher education institutions as a single regulator, the option to opt-in and out of degree courses, abolition of M.Phil, etc. Earlier in 1986, the education policy was last amended in 1992.
There will be only one entrance test for graduation till:
Let us tell you that the new National Education Policy approved by the Union Cabinet will promote skill-based education. Reliable digital information will be created to improve teaching and improve accountability and employment. A comprehensive change in national education policy after 34 years will be a new regulator for the entire higher education except for medical and law. Also, there will be only one entrance test for graduation.
6% of total GDP will be spent on education: New Education Policy
Let us tell you that the right to education law has been broadened in the new education policy. Now children from 3 years to 18 years will be brought under the Right to Education Act-2009. Currently, 6% of the total GDP will be spent on education. The state and center together is about 4%.
The maximum fee limit has been fixed. The new policy provides for graded autonomy to educational institutions. The better the independence, the better. There will be only one regulator for higher education. There will be a criterion for Deemed and Central University.
Know what improvements have been made:
Let us also tell you that, according to the new education policy, the subject can be selected according to interest. A combination of PCB or PCM will no longer be necessary. Technology will be widely used in education. There will also be a public, private partnership. The maximum limit for fees will be fixed. A virtual lab will be developed for knowledge. There will be e-courses in 8 major languages of the country.
The new education policy aims to double the spending on education nearly. The emphasis will be on reducing regulation in the education sector, and there will be only one regulator instead of an individual regulator. The focus will be on more use of technology in education and English will not be taught until fifth. The mother tongue will be studied in the Hindi language till fifth. There will be an exemption for not studying English till eighth.
The National Examination Agency will examine admission:
As per the new education policy, the National Examination Agency will examine admission to all universities and colleges. There will be the same rules for the government and private higher education institutions. Let me tell you that in the next 15 years, colleges will be affiliated in a phased manner. Along with this, a system will be created at the state level for grading colleges and giving them autonomy.
Know what is the opinion of the founder of NIIT University:
Rajendra S. Power, the founder of NIIT University, said that India’s much-awaited new education policy is a precursor to directional change and regional reforms. It is expected to open up new dimensions in India’s education sector in the 21st century. He also said that the intention to spend 6% of GDP on education would bring a decisive change.