In this information age, education is undoubtedly the backbone of advancing economies. It accelerates their rate of development. And allows them to reap greater benefits from the latest innovations. Two years ago, the most futuristic National Education Policy, NEP 2020 was launched with a promising set of initiatives. And on 29th July’22, the policymakers celebrated […]
India has seen a series of reforms through, education policies, acts, plan of action, and curriculum frameworks. However, despite a considerable improvement in our education system, we are still far from meeting the defined targets like universal enrollment, inclusion, quality, and accessibility of education. Undoubtedly, the Kothari Commission, NEP 1968, 1986, POA 1992, RTE 2009,
The National Education Policy 2020 is the recent addition to the list of full-fledged education policies in India. It is a revolutionary step to create a holistic education system by the year 2030. And envisions equitable and lifelong learning opportunities for the students (as per the SDG4). NPE 2020 visualizes the new education system that
Former Prime Minister of India, Mr. Rajiv Gandhi introduced one of the most important education policies in India, the National Education Policy 1986. Similar to the NPE 1968, this one too aimed to promote education amongst the Indians. Read further to know more about this education policy. The Need and Goals of NPE 1986 This
Independent India saw a series of reforms to improve the quality and accessibility of education. The first-ever education policy in India was the National Policy of Education, formulated in the year 1968. It was promulgated by the Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi. And was based mainly on the recommendations of the Education Commission (Kothari Commission).