A 16-point motion plan on the implementation of the National Education Policy 2020 is on the agenda of the continued three-day meet in Varanasi, officers stated on Friday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the meet, Akhil Bharatiya Shiksha Samagam, on Thursday. Around 300 heads of upper training establishments are participating within the dialogue on the agenda.
Higher Education Secretary Sanjay Murthy stated the 16-point agenda plan was agreed upon within the chief secretaries’ convention in Shimla in June, attended by Prime Minister Modi.
“The agenda plan of action was presented in the chief secretaries’ conference. We got the consensus of all the state governments towards implementing the 16-point agenda plan of action,” Murthy instructed reporters.
“Now, this 16-point agenda plan of action is one of the themes or the foundations of the actions that we have proposed to discuss in the next three days,” he added.
Murthy stated that since November 2021 there was an intense train of consulting with over 300 state universities and one other 300 central universities and personal universities on numerous facets of the NEP implementation.
“All this consultation is happening for the benefit of the student who is going to be the taker of this type of initiative that is happening. So we feel that…what will emerge from these three days will motivate as well as allow the universities to take a better plan of action for implementation of the National Education Policy for the benefit of students,” he stated.
He additionally referred to as for a curriculum which meets the trade’s necessities.
“I believe everybody right here is assembly…to revise their curriculum and pedagogy to see what they train and ship to college students to fulfill societal necessities. So the main target is on employability and entrepreneurship.
“Second is you need a capable and competent faculty to deliver that content. And I think the content is developed for the benefit of the teachers. And the third point is how do you leverage technology to see that you are able to deliver it at the least cost. We will hear many examples in these sessions,” he added.
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