For the very first time, the Indian government has brought about changes in the educational system of the country. So far, the educational system in India has been dwindling, with institutions focusing more on marks, rather than on the knowledge that is being gained by the student. Arts and Sciences have been divided, and parents have continued to show endless interest in the field of Engineering.
Now, the Central Government introduced the National Educational Policy, 2020 (NEP), which provides a completely different structure of education, muchly benefiting the students of the current generation. Now, with this reformed educational policy, students will get a lot more exposure to what’s there in the world, and can choose the path they like the most.
Diverging from the 10+2 and graduation policy, the government of India has now introduced the 5+3+3+4 policy, in which students will be able to choose subjects belonging to various different streams, thereby helping them to learn a lot more than they are learning currently.
Union Cabinet Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, has appreciated Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan, saying that some of his views on educational policies were taken into consideration while drafting the current educational system.
Some time ago, Pawan Kalyan had said that he always wanted to learn so much more when he was in his intermediate, and that so many people have wanted to, and still want to do the same.
It goes without saying, Pawan Kalyan is indeed a person with a vision, and the kind of political leader we all need during these modern times. The success and victory of NEP only proves his efficiency and desire to do good for the people.
Under NEP 2020, students will be given increased flexibility & choice of subjects to study so that they can design their own paths of study and life plans. pic.twitter.com/1QOLSZLk0A
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 30, 2020