New Education Policy (NEP) – Benefits & Changes: This policy has been approved by the Union Cabinet. This NEP has been aimed to make India a global knowledge superpower. Prakash Javadekar of I&B ministry of India and Ramesh Pokhriyal, HRD minister of India has talked about this policy. They said From the last 34 years there was no change in education policy it is very important for us to change it.
HRD (Human Resource Development) will be changed to MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource Development). In India, there are more than 33 crore students, on this auspicious day Ramesh Pokhriyal congratulated of changing the policy. Regulators like UGC, AICTE, NCTE will be replaced by a single regulator. There will be discontinuation of MPhil programs. Similarly, Common Entrance Exams for universities will be done. Also Read: Coronavirus and Students – Education Sector Badly Affected
Key Points of New Education Policy:
- Governments schools now offer Nursery, LKG, and UKG, as it was only a part of private schools.
- Indian schools system based on a 10+2 formula, but now it will be considered as 5+3+3+4.
- Age from 5-8 years: Nursery to class 2nd. It will be called as a foundation school.
- Age from 8-11 years: 3rd Class to 5th Class. Known to be a preparatory school.
- Age from 11-14 years: 6th Class to 8th Class. That will be a middle school.
- Age from 14-18 years: 9th Class to 12th Class. Lastly called as a secondary school
- In addition to this, a 4-year degree Programme will be there for students. In this students can choose their streams like Arts, Commerce, and Science.
- Focus on Extra-Curricular Activities & Vocational Courses. Qualities of students must be in his/her report card also.
- This policy has made board exams much easier as seems students facing a lot of stress during their exams. Also Read: How to make money online using your skills
- Board Exams will be re-designed to make it easier. Focusing on their learning abilities instead of their memorizing power.
- Students now have the ability to give their board exams twice. One is optional it is just to make them understand what is board exam.
- It also gives the chance of students to use mother tongue or regional language or local language as the medium of instruction up to class 5th.
Changes in Graduation Under NEP:
The 4-Year Graduate program was the first to launch in Delhi in 2013. After the protest, it will no longer. Colleges will give options to select the 3-year degree course or 4-year degree course. After the 4-Year undergraduate program meanwhile, he/she can direct get admission into a Ph.D. Most importantly, there will be multiple exit options for students who have the option to leave their colleges. Whenever they want or they need to drop out because of unforced circumstances. Subsequently, they have options mentioned below: Also Read: Complete Information about GST (Goods & Service Tax)
|Tenure:||What Students Get:|
|After 1 Year||A certificate will be issued to them.|
|After 2 Years||A diploma will be given to the students.|
|After 3 Years student wants to discontinue||They offer a degree for the students.|
|After 4 year||Direct admission for Ph.D|
New Education Policy will be faded up in 2040 the government officials said. Well, what experts say is it is the most improving of education in India if this policy is done in our country. Then most of the skills of our youth will be seen, as the memorizing concept and ranking as race tradition gets end. If you have any doubts make it clear with us by commenting. What do you think about the New Education Policy, conclude in the comment box. If you like our article then make sure to bookmark our website. Share it with your friends and let them aware of it.