The authorities ought to have minimal intervention in academic coverage because it “belongs to everyone”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated in the present day, as he addressed the inaugural session of the Governors’ Conference on the National Education Policy.
“Education policy and education system are important means of fulfilling the aspirations of the country. Centre, state government, local bodies, all are attached to the responsibility of education system. But it is also true that the government, its interference in education policy, its impact, should be minimal. As foreign policy, defence policy are of the country, not govt, so is education policy. It belongs to everyone,” PM Modi stated, urging folks to take the “collective responsibility to implement NEP-2020 in Letter and Spirit”.
“The more teachers and parents are connected to education policy, the more students will be connected, the more its relevance and comprehensiveness increases,” he stated whereas addressing the digital convention which is being attended by schooling ministers of all states, Vice-chancellors of state universities and different senior officers.
New schooling coverage paves approach for opening campus of greatest worldwide establishments in India in order that youth from frequent household may be part of them, he stated.
“Whether there is a teacher or a big educationist in the village, everyone is looking at the national education policy, their education education policy. There is a feeling in everyone’s mind that I wanted to see this improvement in the earlier education policy. This is a big reason for accepting the National Education Policy,” PM Modi stated.
The New Education Policy, PM Modi stated, will put together the youth of the nation on each fronts with data and expertise as per the longer term necessities.
Titled ‘Role of NEP-2020 in Transforming Higher Education’, the convention is being organised by the Ministry of schooling.
NEP-2020 is the primary schooling coverage of the twenty first century which was introduced after 34 years of the earlier National Policy on Education in 1986, in response to Prime Minister’s Office.