What is new National Education Policy and the changes in the education system of India

 What is new National Education Policy ( NEP) 2022?

The National Education Policy ( NEP ) 2022 is a policy document released by the government of India on 29th July 2020.

As education is important sector for the country's  development, Government must be focus on education sector of the country. Due to the importance of education, government make many changes to improve this sector and for providing better education to the people of India.

It generally focuses on the students individual needs. It aims to provide them with access to world class education. It also make sure that the students don't have must stress regarding to their studies as we all know that day by day students get depressed because of not clearing their exams so government also put their efforts to make the education system more flexible and adaptive.

The new national policy lays down objectives for improving the quality of the education system. The policy aims at creating a " Global Knowledge Superpower" in the field of education. The policy also makes it mandatory for schools and colleges to make their curriculum flexible and holistic.
It changes many things in the education system of India as this initiative is taken by looking the perspective of students, teachers , parents , education experts , and civil society organizations.

New Education Policy ( NEP ) important points .

The New Education Policy aims to give quality education to all the people of India whether they belong to the lower caste or upper caste. Government make education affordable to all the students.
Some are the important points of New Education Policy - 

1. The policy aims to provide quality and adaptive education to all the children in the age between 3- 18 years .

2. Students can choose different subjects while studying in college and inhance their skills .

3. Students will now be checked on their ability to apply concept to solving real problems and giving better decisions rather than on how well they remember things from books. 

4. Now student will focus on studying 3 language in the school premises 1. Regional 2. Hindi 3. English.

5. To make it easier for students to learn regional languages, instruction in the first five grades will be taught in those languages instead of English.

6. Policy focuses on using different technologies to make study more accessible as now everything you will get online without a doubt.

7. Now education is given in same quality whether the students belong to urban area or rural area they will get the same quality of  education.

8. The policy propose several measures to improve the quality of teaching, such as mandatory teacher eligibility tests, teacher professional development programmes , and teacher education programmes at the elementary, secondary and tertiary levels.

9. This policy introduce a new 5+3+3+4 education structure, which moves away from the current 10+2 system.

10. It aims to increase the Gross Enrollment Ratio in higher education to 50 percentage by 2035.

11. The Government has announced that all higher education institutes will be governed by a single regulator, except the Medical and Law colleges .

12. The policy proposes to set up a National Higher Education Regulatory Council to oversee the regulation of higher education institutions.

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