1986 nunchi unna mana Education policy ni appudu eppudo 1992 lo koncham modify chesaru, anthe dhani manam ippati varaku laaguthu vacham..
Last year New Education Policy draft ni former ISRO chief Kasturirangan garu and his panel submitted to Education (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal garu…
Eppadi nuncho pending paduthu vachina ee policy ni Union Cabinet ninna approve chesindi
I wholeheartedly welcome the approval of the National Education Policy 2020! This was a long due and much awaited reform in the education sector, which will transform millions of lives in the times to come! #NewEducationPolicyhttps://t.co/N3PXpeuesG
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 29, 2020
Here are the some key points of our New Education Policy…
10+2 school structure to be replaced by 5+3+3+4
Present ippudu unna 10+2 education system ni 5+3+3+4 ga marcharu, This includes 12 years of schooling and three of anganwadi or pre-school…
Ante present unna class 1 to 10 process ni break chesthu Intermediate ni kuda schooling lo ki thecharu…
5+3+3+4 structure categorised into
1. Foundational stage (ages 3 to 8 )
2. Three years of pre-primary (ages 8-11)
3. Preparatory stage (ages 11-14)
4. Secondary stage (ages 14-18).
School students will sit only for three exams at Classes 3, 5 and 8
Yes, this brings a crucial change in examination pattern… Students every year exams kosam kurchune avasaram lekunda only 3,5,8 classes lo exams rase la pattern ni design chesaru.. Assessment in other years will shift to parameters like analytical skills, critical thinking and conceptual clarity.
10 and 12 Board exams alane continue avthai, but redesigned with holistic development as the aim.
The exam will be conducted in two parts: Objective and Descriptive. It has also been proposed that the exam can be conducted twice a year in order to promote knowledge application rather than rote learning.
Focus on Mother tongue or Regional languages
Mana mother tongue or mana place ki related languages paina focus pencharu, anni schools lo class 5 (preferably till class 8) varaku adhe languages vadela design chesaru…
Ee policy lo Sanskrit ni mainstream chesaru, manaki unna three language formula lo include chesaru schools as well as higher education.
Manaki istam vachina subjects ni select cheskovachu…
Yes, no hard separation of Arts and Sciences… Students will be given flexible choices to choose subjects across streams, till PhD level.
Dhini valla students medha chala burden thaguthadi, From schools to undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD level, everything will be multi disciplinary.
School lo Vocational training.
Every child will be encouraged to learn at least one vocational skill. Schooling aye lopu prathi student kanisam okka skill lo ayina expert ayakane passed out kavali…
Arts importance increased
The policy also suggests hiring of outstanding local artists, writers, craftsmen, and other experts as master instructors into the curriculum, across humanities, sciences, arts, crafts, and sports etc.
Common regulatory body for entire higher education system.
This means that multiple higher education regulators like the University Grants Commission, All Indian Council of Technical Education and National Council of Teacher Education will be merged into one.
All higher education institutions, except legal and medical colleges, will be governed by a single regulator…
Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) will be set up as a single overarching umbrella body the for entire higher education, excluding medical and legal education.
Inclusion of specially abled children in the schooling process.
With support of educators, accommodations, assistive devices and technology based tools.. Disabilities tho unde students andharu foundational stage to higher education varaku regular schooling lo ne untaru…
Education Sector Budget to be increased
Inthaku mundhu GDP lo 1.7% ichevaru, but ippudu 6% of GDP ni istharu…
School report card only marks kosame kadhu… Skill kosam kuda…
Students will get 360 degree holistic report card, which will not only include their marks, but also their skills.
Schools lo bag less days…
Year motham varaku school lo bag less days ni encourage chestharu, various types of activities involving arts, quizzes, sports, and vocational crafts.
University admissions annitiki oke common entrance exam…
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will offer a high quality common aptitude test, as well as specialized common subject exams in the sciences, humanities, languages, arts, and vocational subjects, at least twice every year for university entrance exams.
6th class nunche coding and internships…
Students of class 6 and onwards will be taught coding in schools. They will also be encouraged to take up internships to groom their vocational skills.
To look after the online education needs of both schools and higher education, A dedicated unit for the purpose of building digital infrastructure and digital content will be created.
Multiple entry and exit options for higher education.
There will be multiple entry and exit options for those who wish to leave the course in the middle.
1. A multi-disciplinary bachelor’s degree will be awarded after completing four years of study.
2. Students exiting after two years will get a diploma.
3. Students leaving after 12 months will have studied a vocational/professional course.
Introducing the Credit Bank..
Evaraina valla education ni madhyalo vadhilesi vellipothe, valla credits ni Academic Bank of Credits lo ki transfer chestharu, so that vallu malli vachinnapudu ekkada vadhilesaro akkada nunche continue cheyochuu…
School complexes and public library spaces will be used for adult education courses beyond school hours.
National Assessment Centre ‘PARAKH’ has been created to assess the students
Right to Education extended.
To cover all children between 3 and 18 years of age, Right to Education system has been extended
NEP 2020 aims to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio in higher education including vocational education from 26.3% (2018) to 50% by 2035. At least 3.5 crore new seats will be added to higher education institutions
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