New Education Policy 2020
There are a lot of good points in the new education policy, which we will talk about but we should start with the most controversial issue which many people are tweeting about and this has confused them and that is- what is the medium Will education in our schools under the new education policy? This is worrying a lot of parents as well as schools.
An interesting story in this is that people associated with the RSS who were giving their input in the new education policy, and were talking to the government, demanded that Hindi be compulsorily studied. In all schools beyond class 6, whether it was a Hindi speaking state or a non-Hindi speaking state, when the southern states objected to the introduction of Hindi, a new ground was adopted in this new education policy that said that all schools The medium of instruction will not be Hindi, but it will be the local language or mother tongue, so this means that if this policy is changed to rules, English as the medium of instruction will be left out of schools.
There is a lot of debate about whether there will be any teaching in English – a lot of academic studies say that English is not really a good thing but on the other hand, there were all different types of people in the country. Say a common ground of English language, a South Indian is working in North India or say a Tamilian is married to a Bengali and is living in Delhi, what will be the mother tongue (of their child) and what will be the medium of education in schools?
New Education Policy 2020
Another issue with this is that – our main strength is because of which we are known all over the world as coders and software programmers. This is because we have a familiar language that will still be taught, but the language will be taken as a medium. Teaching and this will change is a controversial point – what are you going to do in cities like Delhi with a metropolitan population?
Whether this will be imposed on schools or whether schools will be able to choose their own medium is yet to be seen as the policy also reads and wherever possible, the medium of teaching will be the mother tongue or the local, regional language and so it will Remains to be seen. Another charge against the new education policy is that it is promoting the centralization of our education system, that there is an effort to centralize it in such a vast nation.
There was a time when the founding fathers placed education as a state subject. It was placed on the concurrent list in 1976. Now, many people are saying that NEP is trying to make education a central subject as all other education bodies are removed and an attempt is being made to create a higher education body, in which the center will decide whether the whole Think about what has to be done in the field of education in the country – if there is a higher educational institution, which has a problem and raises questions then a higher education body, which is under the government, can clamp down on that institution. Is, as an example, if we look at a country like Canada which also has federalism, there is no Union Ministry of Education, all educational institutions are run.
The states, that is, the federal structure, therefore, it is believed that it is a setback to our federal structure, where a single body will control the education of the entire country and decide what is right and wrong.
There is another allegation with this that there is a drive towards privatizing NEP. The philanthropic trust will be at work but what exactly will the government do? Even today, there are schools and pathshalas and government institutions that do not even have toilets for girls, let alone courses, what will be done to strengthen them? You are talking about creating a school district in place of schools, how will the children come from far off places and study in a consolidated area? These questions are also being raised on the new education policy.
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Finally point number 3- how will all this apply? It is good to discuss that in 1984 there was a discussion about assigning 6% of GDP to education, since then every government that has come to power has come up with this false promise of giving 6% of GDP for education. Keeps telling about – but nothing of that sort has happened that we are staying at 3% – how to jump from 3% to 6% maximum when the government does not have enough resources It is more interesting to see that our statistics in higher education are deteriorating day by day (this is something). The new education policy should have focused on China, which has dominated us based on its research institutes. . And China’s policies & quot; What are we doing in research?
Speaking of statistics, in 2008, 0.6% of GDP was put into research and innovation by us, today the figure has fallen to 0.06% of GDP. On the one hand, we talk of becoming Atmnirbhar in India, on the other hand, we are losing the race to China because it is investing more in research and innovation along with its higher education
And we are investing less and less. Besides, perhaps the biggest issue is that there has been no research or debate on what this humble policy has brought.
Parliament was completely sidelined to bring in this new education policy. Why was it not debated and discussed? If it is such a big policy, why was it not debated and discussed? There is something to think that now we move towards positivity and there are lots of positives in the new education policy.
After all, there has been an attempt to eliminate the schooling system altogether, as we knew
Many believe that it should have been back in the 1980s. In fact, we could have been better today, it had happened before, successful governments were incompetent about it. Standard education of 10 + 2 is now being started again. Called as 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 model with three years of pre-primary, for the first time, the government has acknowledged the importance of pre-primary.
Until now, only private schools were providing pre-school education, now there will be a specified curriculum and syllabus for it and the government will also focus on it
The annual examinations have been replaced by examinations in 3,5,8 10 and 12th grades and will not be based on rote learning. Higher order skills like- analysis, critical thinking, conceptual clarity, so moving beyond multiplication table of 2 and dates in history, we will focus more on analysis, critical thinking, conceptual clarity.
In this policy, board examinations will be conducted, but the overall development of children will be taken into consideration and I have taken the risk of overall development and not taking citations. Keeping in mind, in our time, there were curricular activities that decided on our marks as well as the affection earned by the teachers, then there were additional activities like sports and co-curricular activities such as arguing in Bannerjee’s Super Was good but they scored slightly less.
Mathematics- 2 marks less but despite doing so well in debate, I ran in class 11. Under the new education policy – even if you are involved in debate, painting or sports, it will be considered as a whole and it is extremely important to evaluate the children overall and give them credit. Should not be based only on your text books. The first case was of school education.
Second case – a lot of things will be right from college to school, for example, coding (which is very important and very interesting) will be taught from class 6 onwards, not only that, they will also be able to do carpentry. Will take two things forward- firstly, they will be professionally equipped and they understand that it can be done and secondly- the stigma associated with business things will gradually go away because today, there are so many people in degree In India they have no business skills with which they can start their own emphasis on additional things like coding and business things.
The next generation will then have more skills. There is another interesting thing – the difficult barriers between art, commerce and science People of science, art or commerce make friends from their streams. These quotes are breaking up silo quotes. For the science subject in arts subjects and vice versa, the same thing happens when someone goes to college. Banerjee studied history for 5 years – first BA and then MA in history everyone studied history if I was on a political science course Wanted to choose? What if I want to opt for a law course?
Now, you can study majors and minors just like American universities. In addition, there are several entry and exit options. You can study in college for 1 year, 2 years, 3 years or can also do an additional year of research in college. You can enter and exit as you wish- you will be awarded different degrees. Flexible education and choice of subjects have received attention. You can make your education multi-disciplinary. All these things will bring our education internationally. 3- And this is going to be very interesting. In the coming years, the world’s top universities will be allowed to set up campuses in India.
This provision was also talked about earlier – it was introduced in the Foreign Educational Institutions Bill 2010, where foreign educational institutions could open their campuses by partnering with Indian institutions, but the government was of the opinion that these foreigners Institutes will remove the excessive fees, 50 crores were to be given to the government, to ensure that they do not have money for the incriminating things and you will not be able to pay without any issue, so foreign institutions did not set up their campuses in India. That is, the government is saying that our institutions will be treated in terms of rules and other things.
what will it take? Think about it — when Harvard is set up here, it will increase the level of competition — our institutions must provide the same level of technology and pay the grade. The cost of education will still be high and the high cost of education will undoubtedly become an issue, but the quality of education will improve and the number of courses being offered will increase, then, it will become the responsibility of the government to How to make higher education affordable, it has to be seen.
A lot of you had requested, so I thought that to make this video it is important to explain things to you that there are some negatives here specifically regarding the medium of education- should it be Hindi The Should it be the local language?
English – which served as a standard medium so that even parents move from one corner of the country to another, then their children can enroll in English private school now, it will be overcome how people will move around?
Write down in the comments section what you feel about this controversial topic, as it will definitely be a subject of debate in the coming days. It is still a policy.
It is to be observed that the provisions contained in it, when converted into stricter rules, will come to know that it was about education. We are growing in a new generation in the field of education. In fact, digital education is assigned. A different point in the new education policy. Similarly, financial literacy is also very important and you should educate yourself in it.
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