Recently, redesigning the structure of the Indian academic sector by the central cabinet has turned many heads on. The National Education Policy (NEP) with effect from July 29, 2020, onwards is a big step towards reforming the education sector aimed at holistic development of students.
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 marks a monumental milestone in India’s education landscape, aiming to revolutionize how knowledge is imparted and received.
The National Education Policy 2020 is a landmark policy document that aims to transform the education ecosystem in India.
Education is crucial to human development and plays a significant role in shaping individuals into responsible, accountable, and well-rounded members of society. The focus on the quality of education has never been more than what it is today. With the pandemic causing severe disruptions in learning models and delivery cycles, the need to transform the way learning is imparted has been increasingly
The National Education Policy was formulated and launched by the Indian government with the fundamental aim to ensure equitable education for all students in India. After coming into effect on July 29,2020, The NEP has been viewed as a major reform in the Indian education sector, as it seeks to offer a comprehensive framework to meet key milestones in education.