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Changes in School Education in India 2022

Changes in School Education in India 2022:
নতুন শিক্ষা-নীতিয়ে ২০২২ বৰ্ষই চুক্তিভিত্তিক(SSA/SP)শিক্ষক-শিক্ষয়িত্ৰীসকললৈ কঢ়িয়াই আনিব আশাৰ বতৰা।

Under New Education Policy (NEP), the following changes are made in school education-

  •  Curriculum will be prepared by NCERT for Early Childhood Care and Education for children aged 3 to 6 years. 
  • A National Mission on Foundation Literacy and Numeracy will be started for foundation education (for 6 to 9 years).
  • The study pattern for 9th to 12th will be prepared on the basis of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4. New skills (such as coding) will be introduced.
  • Extracurricular activities will be included in the main curriculum.
  • Special provision has been made for Gifted Children and Girl Child. Vocational will be added from class 6 onwards.
  • A new National Curriculum Framework will be created to which ECE, schools, teachers and adult education will be linked.
  • Board exam will be divided into 2 sections.
  • Life skills will be added to children’s report cards.
  • Education will be ensured for every child by the year 2030. After the end of schooling, every child will have at least life skills.
New National Education Policy for 2020 – NEP 2021-22

Highlights of the New National Education Policy for 2020 – NEP 2021-22
School Education

  • Early Childhood Care and Education: The Foundation of Learning
  • Foundational Literacy and Numeracy: An Urgent and Necessary Prerequisite to Learning
  • Curtailing Dropout Rates and Ensuring Universal Access to Education at All Levels
  • Curriculum and Pedagogy in Schools: Learning Should be Holistic, Integrated, Enjoyable and Engaging
  • Teachers
  • Equitable and Inclusive Educa4tion: Learning for All
  • Efficient Resourcing and Effective Governance through School Complexes/Clusters
  • Standard-setting and Accreditation for School Education

Higher Education 

  • Quality Universities and Colleges: A New and Forward-looking Vision for India’s Higher Education System
  • Institutional Restructuring and Consolidation
  • Towards a More Holistic and Multidisciplinary Education
  • Optimal Learning Environments and Support for Students
  • Motivated, Energized and Capable Faculty
  • Equity and Inclusion in Higher Education
  • Teacher Education
  • Re-imagining Vocational Education
  • Catalyzing Quality Academic Research in all Fields through a New National Research Foundation
  • Transforming the Regulatory System of Higher Education National Education Policy 2020 
  • Effective Governance and Leadership for Higher Education Institutions

Other Key Areas of Focus

  • Professional Education
  • Adult Education and Life-Long Learning
  • Promotion of Indian Languages, Arts and Culture
  • Technology Use and Integration
  • Online and Digital Education: Ensuring Equitable Use of Technology

Making It Happen

  • Strengthening the Central Advisory Board of Education
  • Financing: Affordable and Quality Education for All
  • Implementation. 

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