Government Initiated Educational Policies

Government Initiated Educational Policies That Are Modifying The Education Sector

Major changes have been made to India's educational system.

Over the years, the Indian government has implemented a number of initiatives to support skill development and education. Private institutions can adopt these policies' concepts and use them to increase their revenues.

Here are a few of the key educational policies that have lately been established.

Digital Payment

Prakash Javadekar, the Union HRD minister, promoted the advantages of digital payment by implementing cashless payment across all centrally-aided institutions.

No Detention Policy

For all students in grades 5th to 8th, the HRD Ministry amended the previous rule to allow for promotion to the following class. The new policy makes passing every exam necessary in order to advance to the following class.

Male Students can also file for sexual harassment

The number of incidents of sexual harassment against male students has significantly increased. Male students may now report instances of sexual harassment thanks to new rules established by the UGC.

Gender Education Must Be Required

Telangana's government mandated gender education as a requirement for graduation. Along with doing so, it was the first state in India to do so, and it also brought in multilingual textbooks.

Yoga classes 

Yoga sessions are now required in all ICSE and ISC institutions, according the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE).

Free higher education for students with disabilities

The government of Guwahati has established a programme that will provide these kids with free education from Class 9 to the university level in all government-run institutions of higher learning.

No homework for students of class 1st and 2nd

No homework may soon become reality. Prakash Javade, the minister of human resource development (HRD), suggested that students in grades 1 and 2 might no longer have homework.

New guidelines for girls' education

A "modern education policy" is something the government wants to implement. The new education policy's (NEP) main emphasis will be on females' education. It intends to eliminate educational inequity.

Eklavya schools 

By 2022, Scheduled Caste (SC) and Schedule Tribe (ST) students will have access to Eklavya schools, which will be modelled after Navodaya schools. It will offer athletic instruction and skill development. Additionally, it will contain unique spaces for conserving regional art and culture.

Diksha scheme 

The Indian government will soon introduce the integrated B.Ed programme and develop the learning portal "DIKSHA" to improve teaching abilities.

Sports Education

The government of India is proposing to make sports education a component of the Fundamental Rights and to promote it countrywide.

Reducing the bag's weight

For lower primary classes, the Department of Primary and Secondary Education intends to implement ideas like "no bag day" and a lighter bag requirement.

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