The Ministry of Education has shed essential insights into the process for improvement of the National Education Policy 2020. NEP 2020 was accepted by the Union Cabinet on July 29, 2020 and is scheduled to be carried out from 2022. With reference to Rajya Sabha Unstarred Question Number 402, the Education Ministry was requested to make clear the matter of Feedback of States on NEP 2020. Around 2 lakh recommendations for enchancment, modifications to the draft NEP was obtained as per statements launched on the PQARS portal i.e. pqars.nic.in.
Education Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, in response to the aforementioned Rajya Sabha query, elaborated on the methodology adopted in getting the approval of the NEP 2020 from the Union Cabinet. Shri Anand Sharma raised the inquiries to the Ministry asking for particulars of consideration of opinion & suggestions of all States of India in creating the NEP 2020. The official doc containing the statements is revealed on-line on the PQARS portal.
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In his official statements, Minister Dr RP Nishank clarified that session with a various variety of stakeholders was performed through the formulation of the NEP 2020. Some of an important stakeholders included State/UT Governments, Ministries of the Government of India, Member of Parliaments, frequent public and so forth.
As per the Education Minister, “a extremely participative, inclusive and multi-pronged session course of, by way of on-line, grassroots and thematic knowledgeable consultations, involving State Governments was carried out“.
The Draft NEP 2019 was obtained from the Committee constituted below the Chairmanship of Dr. Okay Kasturirangan. It was uploaded on-line on the official web site of the Ministry of Education with the aim of evaluation from involved stakeholders. In addition, State/UT Governments and different Ministries of the Government had been invited to evaluation the Draft NEP 2019.
From July 31 to August 02, 2019, an Education Dialogue was hosted with the Member of Parliaments from the state of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Puducherry and Kerala. In addition, conferences had been performed with the State Education Secretaries of School Education and State Secretaries of Higher & Technical Education on July 09 & August 08, 2019, respectively.
Education Minister Dr Nishank indicated that roughly 2 lakh recommendations had been obtained on the Draft NEP 2019 from varied stakeholders. CABE held a particular assembly on September 21, 2019 which was attended by 26 Education Ministers from completely different States/UTs, representatives of various State/UTs, CABE Members, Heads of Autonomous Organizations, University Vice Chancellors and different senior officers of the Government.
Besides the CABE assembly, the Draft NEP 2019 was additionally mentioned in a gathering of Parliamentary Standing Committee. The assembly was held on November 07, 2019. Furthermore, inter-ministerial session was additionally carried out on the Draft Policy as an ordinary process. It is simply after such important consideration of suggestions/suggestion/dialogue, that the NEP 2020 was finalized and accepted by the Union Cabinet.
The Education Minister went to disclose within the official statements that the States of Kerala and Tamil Nadu exhibited apprehensions on particular elements of the NEP 2020. These had been addressed and resolved after conducting workshops with the States/UTs. The Ministry of Education performed the Shikshak Parv from September 08 to 25, 2020 to elicit suggestions on the NEP. A Conference of Governors on the “Role of National Education Policy in Transforming Higher Education” was attended by Governors and Lt. Governors of States/UTs, State Education Ministers, Vice Chancellors of State Universities and different officers.
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