Which State Implement New Education Policy?
- In early August 2021, Karnataka became the first state to issue an order with regard to implementing NEP.
- On 26 th August 2021, Madhya Pradesh implemented NEP 2020.
- Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the National Education Policy-2020 will be implemented in phases by 2022.
- The Telangana State government has decided to implement the newly announced National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) in the State.
- Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray directs to appoint experts’ committee for implementation of new education policy.
- Andhra Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has directed officials of the Education Department to implement the National Education Policy 2020 in letter and spirit across the State.
- Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra said that NEP 2020 will be implemented in phased manner.
- The Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma said that NEP 2020 will be implemented from 1 April 2022.
- In April 2022, the UGC (University Grants Commission) approved simultaneous dual degrees, both in physical and online modes.
- In October 2022, Ministry of Education released New Curriculum Framework for 3-8 years children and National Credit Framework inline of NEP 2020.
- Goa would implement 100% NEP form 2023 in Higher Education
Which state become first in India to initiate the process of implementing the new education policy?
Making Uttarakhand A Leading State – He said his government’s efforts are directed toward making Uttarakhand a leading state by 2025, when it will celebrate its formation’s silver jubilee. All departments have been directed to make at least two exemplary achievements by that year which are suitable for the state and set an example for others as well, he said.
Meanwhile, Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat said the NEP replaced the Macaulay education system, which India followed for many decades. “It offers students an opportunity to pursue choice-based education. They can now choose the subjects of their choice in the language they are conversant with,” Rawat said.
“By 2030, the NEP will be fully implemented in Uttarakhand,” he said. Also Read: Yemen’s Ancient Mud Skyscraper Cities Are Perfect Sustainable Alternatives To Concrete; Here’s Why Writer : Tashafi Nazir, Editor : Shiva Chaudhary, Creatives : Tashafi Nazir
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When was NEP implement in India?
NEP will be implemented from next academic year: Govt The national education policy (NEP) 2020 will be implemented in the state from 2023-24 academic year, primary and secondary education minister BC Nagesh said on Thursday. In the first phase, the NEP will be rolled out in 20,000 anganwadis.
- “From the next academic year (2023-24) in Karnataka, ‘National Education Policy-2020′ will be implemented and ‘pre-childhood care and education’ for children above 3 years of age will be implemented in 20,000 anganwadis and schools in the state,” Nagesh said.
- Karnataka became the first state to accept and implement the NEP, and it has been constantly trying to iron out any issues within the new framework, he said.
- Halappa Achar, women and child welfare minister, said it will be difficult to implement the NEP across all the 66,000 anganwadis, but can be easily done in such anganwadis having pre-university educated staff.
In a joint statement, Nagesh and Achar stated: “Every child of the country should be given quality education. For that, the government of Karnataka is in the forefront of implementing the ambitious ‘National Education Policy-2020′ that will bring radical reform and change in the education system of the country.” The statement comes at a time when there have been controversies around the education department, including the textbook controversy and the NEP position paper that calls eggs and meat as a lifestyle hazard and that the Pythagorean theorem has its roots in India.
The NEP position paper stated: “A carefully planned meal with recommended energy, moderately low fat, and zero trans-fat food is needed to address the over-nutrition. Hence, while planning mid-day meals, cholesterol-free, additives-free, such as eggs, flavoured milk, biscuits, should be forbidden to prevent obesity and hormonal imbalance caused by excess calory (calorie) and fat.
Given the small body frame of Indians, any extra energy provided through cholesterol by regular consumption of egg and meat leads to lifestyle disorders.” “Lifestyle disorders such as diabetes, early menarche, primary infertility in India are escalating, and studies conducted across the countries suggest that animal-based foods interfere with hormonal functions in humans.
- The contents of the paper come to light days after another position paper on ‘Knowledge on India’ not to merely accept contents of textbooks as “infallible truth” and question “fake news” such as Pythagoras theorem, apple falling on Newton’s head and other issues are “created and propagated”, HT reported in July.
- The Karnataka NEP task force head, Madan Gopal, had said they decided to bring these topics into question as it was being discussed on ‘Google and Quora”, attracting sharp criticism and ridicule from education experts.
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Who introduced NEP in India?
The New Economic Policy (NEP) of India was launched in the year 1991 under the leadership of P.V. Narasimha Rao. The New Economic Policy was undertaken by Finance Minister Manmohan Singh as an answer to the economy the nation was facing in the 1990s.
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Is NEP implemented in Meghalaya?
Union Minister for Education Shri Dharmendra Pradhan attends XXVII Convocation of NEHU, Meghalaya Universities are melting pot of ideas, innovation and aspirations – Shri Dharmendra Pradhan – Posted On: 21 MAY 2022 6:59PM by PIB Delhi Union Minister for Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Shri Dharmendra Pradhan today attended the XXVII Convocation of the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Meghalaya as the Chief Guest and conferred degrees to the passing out students for 2020 and 2021 at the ceremony held in the Shillong campus. Shri Pradhan congratulated all the passing out students and extended his best wishes for their bright future ahead. He urged them to bring in the change in the society by participating in the knowledge-based revolution to become job providers. Our universities are melting pot of ideas, innovation and aspirations and universities should be a breeding ground for research— research for welfare of society & mankind and for furthering ease-of-living, he added.
- The Minister highlighted that NEP 2020 is a transformative pathway for all of us in creating global citizens.
- The National Education Policy focuses on universalisation of early childhood care & education and also emphasises on learning in all Indian languages.
- He thanked Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for reiterating the importance of all Indian languages.
No language is less than the other, he added. Shri Pradhan complimented Chief Minister Shri Conrad Sangma for giving special focus on early childhood care and education in the state of Meghalaya in line with the NEP 2020. This will ensure that our children live up to their full potential.
Shri Pradhan said that as we celebrate the Amrit Mahotsav, our youth should also shift their focus from rights to responsibilities. Walking on the path of duties, we have to take our country to new heights in the next decade, he added. He encouraged to create a strong alumni network. Let us give back either materially or intellectually to our schools & universities and also take responsibility of our state, country and humanity.
There’s never been a better time to give back, he added. Meghalaya Chief Minister Shri Conrad Sangma,who attended the event along with the Union Minister, urged the passing out students to explore and take calculative risks in life in order to reach the next level.
- Do not get demoralized by failure and do not let success get on to your head,” said the Chief Minister to the students.
- A total of 15,955 degrees were awarded today during the convocation out of which 117 were PhD, 8 were M.Phil, 1559 were PG degrees and 14,271 were Bachelor’s degree.
- Meghalaya Education Minister Shri Lahkmen Rymbui, Vice-Chancellor NEHU Professor P.S.
Shukla, faculty and students of NEHU gathered at the event held today. Later the Union Minister along with Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma and State Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui held a review meeting of Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship where senior officers of the central government also attended.
The Minister was happy to learn that Meghalaya is implementing the NEP in letter & spirit across spheres. State govt. initiatives like, Aspire Meghalaya and Prime Meghalaya are formalising talent discovery, recognising skills, supporting entrepreneurship & unlocking the potential of Meghalaya. He said that progressive state like, Meghalaya must also lead efforts for establishing the national digital infrastructure, especially student registration portal as a part of the NDEAR and also bring its institutions under the NIRF & NAAC framework.
He also suggested that NEHU should act as a knowledge partner for institutions across the state, especially in imparting skill development in frontier areas. Education Ministry of India will extend all support to make Meghalaya a model state in education and entrepreneurship. Later in the day, Shri Pradhan visited Umsning Presbyterian school. He said Neuro-surgeon,pilot, engineer, soccer player,musician— ambitions & aspirations of future leaders from this school in Ri Bhoi district of Meghalaya will reaffirm the faith that India is going to become a knowledge society. **** MJPS/AK (Release ID: 1827215) Visitor Counter : 1092
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