New Education system to be implemented in India/proposed by the Government of India






Are you the one who is continuously looking for changes in Educational Systems?? 

Here is the answer.

New Educational Policy (NEP) has been implemented recently in July 2020 that has brought in so many changes in the current educational system. Multiple changes are brought in to the existing system and it is aimed at improving the standards of the students.

Studying without understanding is utter waste and this type of processes is going to be varnished with new syllabus and standards.

Complete guidance list is given to the teaching staff of all the schools and colleges across the country and circulars are already prepared to specify the teaching approach.

Motives of New Education Policy:

NEP has retiled the Ministry of Education to get the prime focus.

NEP is the first and foremost education strategy brought among our knowledge in this 21st century rewriting the previous rules implemented in the year 1986. In the middle period, some changes have been made to meet the standards once. 

In 2014 election canvassing, BJP has promised the people to bring in a New Education Policy when they are into the throne and it has now been implemented.

Eventually, serious efforts were taken and in progress since 2015 and the discussions were on till 2017 about implementation and strategizing. 

Have you ever heard about Dr K. Kasturi Rangan??

He is the foremost member involved in constituting the New Education Policy and the final amendment is submitted in 2019. 

Existing Mode of Education system is 10+2 and it has been planned to revise as 5+3+3+4 and children with ages 3-18 are considered.

Formulation of New Education Policy:

Our government has taken into consideration all the suggestions and ideas listed by various people across the country mainly to get the standards improved. 

Suggestions have been taken from all the states, districts, towns and panchayats without fail.

The main objective is intended to produce competent and productive citizens possessing stuff to build in a structured society and also to set the bars of our nation raised.

Do you want to the existence of relaxations in the Educational Policy???

Here it is.

Few relaxations have been introduced in the school syllabus to bring in some flexibilities and relaxations. 

The new stream of learning is introduced with varying features aiming at improving the Gross Enrollment Ratio of the Schools to cent per cent by 2030.

Grade Structure:

New Educational Policy is aimed at reducing the educational stress and burden of the students verily and learning mode is planned to be enabled through analyzing and structuring.

Preschooling - Children starting from age 3 is to be taught under Anganwadi and primary schooling is to be done within 8 years starting from 3, grade 1-2.

Preparing Stage - Children between 8 to 11 years are in second grade 3-5.

Median Stage - Children between 11 to 14 years are in third grade 6-8.

Secondary Stage 1 – Children with age 14-18, Grade 9-10. 

Secondary Stage 2 – Children with age 14-18. Grade 11-12.

In the secondary stage, students can have relaxation in the choice of subjects.


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