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- The central government approved the new education policy last month, changes in education policy after 34 years
- Suggestions can be uploaded from 24 to 31 August through a special link
Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has sought suggestions from teachers and principals for the execution of the new National Education Policy (NEP 2020). In this regard, the Union Minister tweeted, “We believe that teachers have an important role in implementing NEP 2020. In such a situation, we have decided to seek suggestions from teachers and principals of all schools across the country to take forward the process of implementing the National Education Policy. ”
New education policy received after 34 years
The central government approved the new education policy in the country last month. After 34 years after this decision, the country’s education policy has been changed. Earlier in 1986, education policy was made. School Education Secretary Anita Karwal said that, “To make the process easier for teachers, suggestions are being sought on every subject of NEP through a question-and-answer process. Questions are being made in such a way that teachers can connect themselves. Each question references NEP paragraphs, so that teachers can understand it better before uploading their suggestions.
Suggestions will be given from 24 to 31 august
Karwal also said that, “States and UTs can make video conferences on priority basis and send messages through WhatsApp group of teachers or SCERT and DIET at various levels for wider publicity of this process.” For this, a special link will be activated from August 24 to 31, from which suggestions can be uploaded.
A team of NCERT will consider
Suggestions will have to be given in limited terms, but the teacher will be contacted in private if it is necessary to include useful suggestions in the national curriculum format. The Ministry has also urged the States and Union Territories to ask all teachers of government schools, private schools or schools affiliated to various secondary school boards to make suggestions. A team of experts from NCERT will look into all the suggestions given by the teachers.