National Education Policy 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the new education policy is not the education policy of the government. This is the education policy of the country. Just as foreign policy is the policy of the country, defense policy is the policy of the country, similarly education policy is also the policy of the country. Addressing the inaugural session of the ‘Conference of Governors’ on National Education Policy (NEP 2020) on Monday, PM Narendra Modi said that the new education policy focuses on learning rather than reading and emphasizes deeper thinking beyond the curriculum. Gives. In this policy, more emphasis is laid on passion, practicality and performance than process.
Expressing gratitude to the President, PM Modi said that these events are very important in the context of national education policy. Hundreds of years of education experience is gathered here. He said that education policy and education system is an important medium to fulfill the aspirations of the country. Center, state government, local bodies, all are connected with the responsibility of the education system. But it is also true that the government, its intervention, its influence, in education policy should be at least.
PM Modi said that for a long time these things have been arising that our children are being buried under the burden of the bag and board exam, under the pressure of family and society. This problem has been effectively addressed in this policy. In the national education policy, democratic values of learning without pressure, without absence and without effect, have been made part of our education system.
Target to invest 6% of GDP in the education sector: President
President Ram Nath Kovind said that from the 1968 education policy to this education policy, it has been made clear in unison that the central and state governments should aim to invest 6% of GDP in the field of public education. The education policy of 2020 recommends that this goal be reached quickly.
The new Education Policy (NEP 2020) emphasizes that we all have to develop a modern education system based on Indian values. At the same time, it is to be tried that everyone gets education with high quality and a vibrant and egalitarian knowledge society is built.