Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Friday launched the MyNEP2020 platform on the National Council for Teacher Training (NCTE) portal at ncte.gov.in. The government also invited interested parties to propose / contribute / become members to prepare a project for the development of National Professional Standards for Teachers (NPST) and membership in the National Mentoring Mission (NMM) program.
Proposals will be accepted from April 1 to May 15. Suggestions and contributions for NPST and NMM will be taken into account in the teacher policy format for lasting and positive change in the education sector.
The official statement reads: “This digital consultation exercise will engage teachers, education professionals, academics and other stakeholders in preparing teacher policy documents for lasting and positive change in education. He added that NCTE will work in close consultation with individuals / organizations to prepare documents on the two main NEP 2020 recommendations mentioned above.
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All proposals / contributions collected during the consultation period will be reviewed in detail by a committee of experts and the drafts will be formulated for public review. Feedback from stakeholder reviewers will be used to produce the final draft of the communication.
The Minister of Education also shared the news on his social media section when he wrote that NCTE Delhi’s MyNEP 2020 portal was launched to prepare teachers for the 21st century.
To prepare 21st-century #teachers, #MYNEP2020 portal has been launched by @ncteDelhi. Inviting nationwide suggestions/inputs for National Mission for Mentoring Program Membership and National Professional Standards for Teachers before May 15. pic.twitter.com/peP41zES1M
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) April 1, 2021