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New Education Policy in India


New Education Policy in India 2020| Medium of instruction to be mother tongue or regional language till Class V

Now only 12th standard will have board, MPHIL will be closed, college degree 4 years

The Ministry of Human Resource Development has now been renamed the Ministry of Education. The decision was taken during a meeting of the Modi cabinet. During the meeting, the Modi government also approved a new education policy. Detailed information about this will be given by the government in the cabinet briefing to be held at 4 pm.Latest News, occupations Updates, Technology Tips and General Information Updates, remain with us avakarnews.in Please share with your companions this Post.

Notably, the Ministry of Human Resource Development proposed that the existing name of the Ministry be changed to the Ministry of Education. The proposal has been approved by the Modi cabinet. At the same time, a new education policy has been approved. There will now be a single regulatory body for the entire higher education sector to end the chaos in the education sector.
The name of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) will now be Ministry of Education. This decision has been taken in the meeting of Modi Cabinet. Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal told a press conference here today that the Ministry of Human Resource Development will now be known as the Ministry of Education.

Now it is divided into 10 + 2 and molded into 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 format. This means that now the first five years of school will include three years of pre-primary school and foundation stages including class 1 and class 2. Then the next three years will be divided into class 3 to 5 preparation phase.

This is followed by three years of middle stage (class 6 to 8) and four years of secondary stage (class 9 to 12). Apart from this there will be no strict adherence to arts, commerce, science stream in schools, students can now take whatever course they want.

Some special points of the new education policy
  1. -Emphasis on making teachers as well as parents aware.
  2. - Promoting the abilities of each student will be a priority.
  3. -Increases conceptual understanding, promotes creativity and critical thinking.
  4. -There will be no difficulty, separation between art and science for students.
  5. -Ethics, constitutional values ​​will be a major part of the curriculum.


At the same time, Modi has approved a new education policy in the cabinet meeting.

Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said a new education policy for the 21st century has been approved. There has been no change in education policy for 34 years. Educators around the world will appreciate it.

The central government believes that large-scale change is needed in the education sector. So that India can become a superpower of knowledge in the world. This requires good quality education for all. So as to create a progressive and dynamic society.



The Ministry of Education is emphasizing on developing a new national curriculum framework to improve the quality of education provided at the primary level. The framework will also cover knowledge of different languages, 21st century skills, sports in the course, arts and environmental issues.

The central government has approved the new education policy. Simultaneously, the name of the Ministry of Human Resource Development has been changed to the Ministry of Education. Understand that the 10 + 2 format has been completely abolished in the new education policy.

Now it is divided into 10 + 2 and molded into 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 format. This means that now the first five years of school will include three years of pre-primary school and foundation stages including class 1 and class 2. Then the next three years will be divided into class 3 to 5 preparation phase.

This is followed by three years of middle stage (class 6 to 8) and four years of secondary stage (class 9 to 12). Apart from this there will be no strict adherence to arts, commerce, science stream in schools, students can now take whatever course they want.

Here are the ten things to know about the new NEP.

1) Board exams can be in modular form. Board examinations will be based on knowledge and application to discourage rote learning.

2) MPhil courses to be discontinued.

3) All higher education institutions, except legal and medical colleges, to be governed by single regulator.

4) Common norms to be in place for private and public higher education institutions under Central government's new Education Policy. "As on date, we have different norms for deemed universities, central universities, for different individual standalone institutions. New Education Policy says that for reasons of quality, norms will be same for all and not as per ownership," said Amit Khare, Higher Education Secretary.

5) Common entrance exams to be held for admission to universities and higher education institutions, as per Centre's new Education Policy.

6) School curriculum to be reduced to core concepts and there will integration of vocational education from class 6 under new National Education Policy.

7) The new policy seeks to expand access to higher education for 50% of high school students by 2035, and achieve universal adult literacy before that date.

8) Cabinet approved a plan to increase public spending on education to nearly 6% of gross domestic product from around 4% now, a top government official said, while also capping fees charged by educational institutions.

9) Govt is targetting 100% gross enrollment ratio from pre-school to secondary level by 2030.

10) Mother tongue to be a medium of instruction till 5th grade a report cards will be a comprehensive report on skills and capabilities instead of just marks and statements.
Some other important aspects of the new education policy

By 2040, all higher education institutions will have to create multi-subject institutions with more than 3000 students.
By 2030, there will be at least one large multi-subject high institution in or near each district.

-The curriculum of institutions will be such that emphasis will be laid on the development of public institutions.
-Organizations will have the option to run open distance learning and online programs.
-All kinds of deemed and related universities created for higher education will now only be known as universities.
-The goal of developing all the intellectual, social, physical, emotional and moral capabilities of human beings in an integrated manner.
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The new education policy will include music, philosophy, arts, dance, theater, higher education courses. The bachelor’s degree will be for a period of 3 or 4 years. The academy will become a bank of credit, digital records of student performances will be collected. By 2050, at least 50 per cent of learners must be involved in vocational education through the school and higher education system. A new national research institute will be set up for quality aptitude research, which will be linked to all the universities in the country.

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