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Pokhriyal: Foreign countries want to implement India’s NEP

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Major institutes as well as several countries have called India’s National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 the world’s “biggest reform” and have shown interest in its implementation, said Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal.

Addressing the 97th annual meeting of the University of Delhi, the minister said that the new education policy, introduced after “much deliberation”, “will reform, implement and transform” India. He also praised the policy, which is described as “effective, interactive, innovative and inclusive” and is based on the cornerstone of “equity, quality and access”. “Cambridge, UAE, Australia, Mauritius, Indonesia and many more said that India’s NCP is the world’s biggest reform and they want to implement it in their countries. It is national and international and supports” Vocal for Local “and” Vocal for Local “which will offer a whole new set of opportunities for students,” said Nishank, encouraging the University of Delhi to be the “flagship” of the policy and implement it in “mission mode.”

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The Union Cabinet-approved NEP replaces the 34-year-old National Education Policy established in 1986. Its aim is to pave the way for transformative reforms in the school and university systems to make India a superpower in the world of knowledge. The 61-year-old leader also featured the various accomplishments of India’s education system during the year of the pandemic. For example, how he worked tirelessly to implement “digital education”, turning homes into schools and not wasting the year with the 33 million Indian students, more than the entire US population. To give an idea of how Herculean it was The task, the minister even shared data on the size of the Indian educational system: “1,000 universities”, “50,000 colleges”, “15 lakh schools” and “1.10” crore teachers. ”

“We passed the exams on time, the results were on time and JEE or NEET – the largest exam in the world in the Corona era – passed. We also offered online training courses to 33 Crore students. Something you know Don “I don’t even think about your dreams, but we did it and we did it successfully,” he noted.

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