PM Modi will tell today how children will benefit from the new education policy

In a conclave organized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development and the University Grants Commission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak on the new education policy today.

new Delhi. A new education policy has been announced in the country. In a conclave organized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development and the University Grants Commission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak on the new education policy today. After 34 years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will discuss matters like future education, research, regarding education policy brought in change.

The program will begin with the speech of Prime Minister Modi. On this special occasion, all the members of the committee preparing the draft of the National Education Policy, including Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, will be present.

Giving information about this, Prime Minister Modi said, ‘On Friday, 7 August at 11 am, I will address the Conclave organized on transformational reforms in higher education under National Education Policy . This conference will emphasize on how the changes in education sector of India will benefit the youth.

Explain that under the new education policy, children up to the fifth standard will be studied in their mother tongue or regional language. The importance of board examinations has been reduced somewhat. There is a provision of a single regulator of higher education in all subjects except law and medical colleges. Simultaneously, there has been talk of equal entrance examination for admission to universities.

new policy applies the framework of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4.
Changing the structure of the old policy to 10 + 2 (up to class X, then up to class XII), the framework of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 is implemented in the new policy. The age limit for this has been fixed at 3-8 years, 8-11 years, 11-14 years and 14-18 years respectively. M.Phil has been abolished and similar rules have been made for private and government higher education institutions.

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