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India revamps its education policy after 34 years — scraps MPhil, proposes vocational courses from class 6, UG colleges to become autonomous

The Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has approved the New Education Policy (NEP). The decision was taken at the Cabinet meet on Wednesday.

The Cabinet also approved changing the name of the HRD Ministry to Education Ministry.


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Either one of the mother tongue or the local/regional language will be the medium of instruction up to Class 5 in all schools, the government said Wednesday while launching the National Education Policy 2020. Among other changes in the revision of the NEP, last done over three decades ago, is the extension of right to education to cover all children between three and 18 years of age. The policy also proposes vocational education, with internships, for students from Class 6, a change to the 10+2 schooling structure and a four-year bachelor's programme. NEP 2020 will bring two crore out-of-school children back into the mainstream, the government has claimed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted saying he "wholeheartedly welcomed" the policy, which he called a "long due and much awaited reform in the education sector".Here are the top 10 points in the National Education Policy 2020
  1. The mother tongue or local or regional language is to be the medium of instruction in all schools up to Class 5 (preferably till Class 8 and beyond), according to the policy. Under the NEP 2020, Sanskrit will be offered at all levels and foreign languages from the secondary school level. However, the policy also says "no language will be imposed on any student".
  2. This point is likely to be viewed warily by many after controversy broke out in June last year, after the draft NEP was seen by many southern states as an attempt to impose Hindi on school students.
  3. The 10+2 structure has been replaced with 5+3+3+4, consisting of 12 years of school and three of anganwadi or pre-school. This will be split as follows: a foundational stage (ages three and eight), three years of pre-primary (ages eight to 11), a preparatory stage (ages 11 to 14) and a secondary stage (ages 14 to 18). According to the government the revised structure will "bring hitherto uncovered age group of three to six years, recognised globally as crucial stage for development of mental faculties, under school curriculum".
  4. Instead of exams being held every year, school students will sit only for three - at Classes 3, 5 and 8. Assessment in other years will shift to a "regular and formative" style that is more "competency-based, promotes learning and development and tests higher-order skills, such as analysis, critical thinking and conceptual clarity".
  5. Board exams will continue to be held for Classes 10 and 12 but even these will be re-designed with "holistic development" as the aim. Standards for this will be established by a new national assessment centre - PARAKH (Performance Assessment, Review, and Analysis of Knowledge for Holistic Development).
  6. The policy, the government has said, aims at reducing curriculum load of students and allowing them to become more "multi-disciplinary" and "multi-lingual". There will be no rigid separation between arts and sciences, between curricular and extra-curricular activities and between vocational and academic stream, the government said.
  7. To that end, the policy also proposes that higher education institutions like the IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) move towards "holistic education" by 2040 with greater inclusion of arts and humanities subjects for students studying science subjects, and vice versa.
  8. The NEP 2020 proposes a four-year undergraduate programme with multiple exit options to give students flexibility. A multi-disciplinary bachelor's degree will be awarded after completing four years of study. Students exiting after two years will get a diploma and those leaving after 12 months will be have studied a vocational/professional course. MPhil (Master of Philosophy) courses are to be discontinued.
  9. A Higher Education Council of India (HECI) will be set up to regulate higher education; the focus will be on institutions that have 3,000 or more students. Among the council's goals is to increase gross enrolment ratio from 26.3 per cent (2018) to 50 per cent by 2035. The HECI will not, however, have jurisdiction over legal and medical colleges.
  10. The HECI will have four independent verticals - National Higher Education Regulatory Council for regulation, General Education Council to set standards, Higher Education Grants Council for funding and National Accreditation Council for accreditation


 
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According to me some points of this system are problematic for example point no -7 = inclusion of humanities in engineering/medical/ management colleges .

:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

Some points are good too .

By the way how much time it would take a student to complete his graduation in this system ? :hmm:
 
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"The mother tongue or local or regional language is to be the medium of instruction in all schools up to Class 5 (preferably till Class 8 and beyond), according to the policy. Under the NEP 2020, Sanskrit will be offered at all levels and foreign languages from the secondary school level. However, the policy also says "no language will be imposed on any student"."

--- Does this govt know how many mother tongues are there for a group of children in a metro city?
And who will start so many schools with so many mother tongues?

Seems to be a very big conspiracy to me.
Another stab in the back of --- yes, the middle class.

Respect your mother tongue or local or regional language-- all you can BUT why that language must be medium of instruction? Why can't that language be studied as a subject while medium of instruction can be English?

First the politicians destroyed govt schools; now it seems that they are hellbent on destroying private schools too.

And what does this mean- "no language will be imposed on any student"? So will they start schools with medium of instruction as Santhali etc?

IF this is true, I lost all respect for Modi.
IF this is true, Modi is nothing but an uneducated joker.
 

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The communists had done the same thing for Govt schools in WB. They allowed only Bengali in govt schools till class 5 and abolished English completely till class 5. This GoI turned out to be more communist than the communists themselves!

O bhai, maro mujhe maro.

Koyi mujhe wrong prove karo.

Someone, please, prove that i am wrong!
 

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And dear birathers here, I am no longer interested in the war that China/ India may/ may not fight. This is a war on me by GoI. GoI has betrayed me, so unless my understanding is proven wrong, expect that in the coming days I will hurl the best expletives at that Javadekar and his Boss, our dear Modi !
 

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Who will open Schools with medium of instruction as Bengali, Oriya, Tulu, Manipuri, Gujarati, Marathi etc in Bangalore? RSS, BJP, Javadekar, Modi? Who?

Yeah, we want our mothertongue to be the medium of instruction and we DON'T want imposition of any regional language (including Hindi/ Marathi/ Tamil/ kannada/ telugu etc) on us!
 
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In which schools will the sons and daughters of IAS babus go? Oh bhai, koyi pata karo.

And in which schools will the sons and daughters of politicians go? Oh bhai, koyi pata karo.

Ha hassan, ha hossain!
 

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Bhai, main kal hi Christian ho jaoon ga. Minority school mein jaoonga. Yeh Hindu Education apna hole mein ghushalo. I believe in Jesus from today. All my support for Hinduism was WRONG!
 

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"The mother tongue or local or regional language is to be the medium of instruction in all schools up to Class 5 (preferably till Class 8 and beyond), according to the policy. Under the NEP 2020, Sanskrit will be offered at all levels and foreign languages from the secondary school level. However, the policy also says "no language will be imposed on any student"."

--- Does this govt know how many mother tongues are there for a group of children in a metro city?
And who will start so many schools with so many mother tongues?

Seems to be a very big conspiracy to me.
Another stab in the back of --- yes, the middle class.

Respect your mother tongue or local or regional language-- all you can BUT why that language must be medium of instruction? Why can't that language be studied as a subject while medium of instruction can be English?

First the politicians destroyed govt schools; now it seems that they are hellbent on destroying private schools too.

And what does this mean- "no language will be imposed on any student"? So will they start schools with medium of instruction as Santhali etc?

IF this is true, I lost all respect for Modi.
IF this is true, Modi is nothing but an uneducated joker.


Exactly government is keeping youth busy in schools and colleges 3 years of anganbadi and then this 5+3+3+4 school and then 4 years for simple BA /BSC .

.

In their final year "students" will look like this guy :rofl::rofl::rofl:



Instead of teaching kids English Which can be useful for their future employment they would teach them their mother tongue

if a child is interested in coding Which can be useful for improvement of his financial condition .
he will be forced to study phenism , socialism , climate change etc . :facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm:

they are actually creating communist vote bank


 
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Seriously man... what is this 5+3+2+6+8+9+.............................

Yeh sala, infinite series ka addition shikha raha hai kya?
Dekh ke dimag ghum raha hai...

This whole system including Modi who betrayed my unconditional trust in him must be cleansed. Onwards ....WW3!


Arey bencho, primary school mein hi kuchh nahi hota hai, uske upar 3+4+5+2+7... Yeah kaisa bokchodi hai?
 

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"Either one of the mother tongue or the local/regional language will be the medium of instruction up to Class 5 in all schools,"

Do (2) mothers allowed hai, yeh pehle bolna chahiye tha. Main muslim ho jata, do shadi karta, do mothertongue hota..... sawb backstab kar diya.
 

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"The mother tongue or local or regional language is to be the medium of instruction in all schools up to Class 5 (preferably till Class 8 and beyond), according to the policy. Under the NEP 2020, Sanskrit will be offered at all levels and foreign languages from the secondary school level. However, the policy also says "no language will be imposed on any student"."

--- Does this govt know how many mother tongues are there for a group of children in a metro city?
And who will start so many schools with so many mother tongues?

Seems to be a very big conspiracy to me.
Another stab in the back of --- yes, the middle class.

Respect your mother tongue or local or regional language-- all you can BUT why that language must be medium of instruction? Why can't that language be studied as a subject while medium of instruction can be English?

First the politicians destroyed govt schools; now it seems that they are hellbent on destroying private schools too.

And what does this mean- "no language will be imposed on any student"? So will they start schools with medium of instruction as Santhali etc?

IF this is true, I lost all respect for Modi.
IF this is true, Modi is nothing but an uneducated joker.
It's also important how to read and write in local language. If we don't do that in few decades people will forget how to read local language even tho they will be able to speak that.
And anyway why there is a issue with learning local language till class 5? On one hand people from south india/ west are against language imposition learning hindi on the other hand they are against learning local language too.
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It's also important how to read and write in local language.
Woh bhai, importance mat shikhao. Shadi hua hai? Kitna wives hai? Kitna kids hai?

Yeanha BLR mein kids already Hindi, Kannada aur English shikh raha hai. Now neither English nor Hindi nor Kannada is the mother tongue of many kids in BLR. Those kids are already learning Eng/ Kannada/ Hindi as 3 laguage subjects. Now pray tell me, why must those innocent kids be forced to study all subjects including maths, science etc in kannada?

O bhai, main WB se hoon, yeh sab trick janta hoon. Communist system se bhag ke BLR aya tha, ab toh yeanha bhi communism aa gaya!

Ab toh Jesus-i mera bharosa hai.
 

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It's also important how to read and write in local language. If we don't do that in few decades people will forget how to read local language even tho they will be able to speak that.
And anyway why there is a issue with learning local language till class 5? On one hand people from south india/ west and from are against language imposition hindi on the other hand they are against learning local language too.
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Learning local language as one of the 8 subjects is ok .

But learning 7 subjects in local language is not ok .

I have completed my studies in a Hindi medium school and I think it is the biggest mistake my parents commited .


All the good books of higher education are available in English , almost all the good educational videos are available in English .
Even question papers of IITs , IAS , NEET , and every other exam is set in English .
And their translation is very poor and difficult to understand .



Most of the job opportunities are available in English .

But 90% Indian students are deprived of this opportunity thanks to this propaganda , only the rich and upper class students are getting access to good quality English education .
 

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Woh bhai, importance mat shikhao. Shadi hua hai? Kitna wives hai? Kitna kids hai?

Yeanha BLR mein kids already Hindi, Kannada aur English shikh raha hai. Now neither English nor Hindi nor Kannada is the mother tongue of many kids in BLR. Those kids are already learning Eng/ Kannada/ Hindi as 3 laguage subjects. Now pray tell me, why must those innocent kids be forced to study all subjects including maths, science etc in kannada?

O bhai, main WB se hoon, yeh sab trick janta hoon. Communist system se bhag ke BLR aya tha, ab toh yeanha bhi communism aa gaya!
So bro take one language and stick to that.
If a student is comfortable in giving exam in let's say kannada then let him do that why the buzz? He/she can always take English/Hindi or xyz as a side language anyways this rule is only till class 5 and don't pretend like exams till class 5 are extremely difficult.
In Delhi many poor students give exam in Hindi because they can't write English well so what?

Declaring that there is no need to teach kids even the basics of local language is unjustified as it will kill the language.
The whole anti hindi imposition thing was based on this from 1948 so what is the issue today. Or you are in favour of killing local language with English? Better to do that with hindi i would say.
 

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