Changes in the National Education Policy, know what will be the benefit to the students
Employment News- The National Education Policy has completed two years. One of the major objectives of the new education policy is to achieve 100% Gross Enrollment Ratio from pre-school to secondary level by 2030. In the new education policy, concerted efforts are being made at the national level to provide holistic education to all children from pre-school to class XII.
Pre school education will be included in 12th school education
According to the Union Education Ministry, before the new National Education Policy, there was a 10+2 pattern in schools. Now the pattern of 5 plus 3 plus 3 plus 4 is being implemented in the new education policy. Under this, pre-school education has also been included in school education up to 12th standard. This means that schooling is divided between ages 3-8, 8-11, 11-14, and 14-18.
Students will get information about skill and learning development
Children in the age group of 3 to 8 years are included in the foundation stage of the new National Education Policy. This stage includes 3 years of own schooling and 2 years of pre-schooling which includes classes I and II. In the foundation stage, students will be taught and focused on the development of language skills and teaching. Let us inform that under the secondary stage, there are children from class 9 to class 12. Under the secondary stage, as children used to take science, commerce and arts earlier. This facility has been abolished, children can take the subject of their choice under the secondary stage. Under the new education policy, vocational training, internship have also been started from class VI.
Students will be given information about computers and applications
Let us inform that earlier there were only science, arts and commerce streams under which students had to study certain subjects but now students have been given the freedom to choose the subjects of their choice. This means that if a student chooses Physics, then he can also take the subject of Accounts or Arts along with it. Apart from this, students will be given information about computers and applications from class VI itself, as well as coding is being taught to them.
Four year undergraduate course will change
According to UGC Chairman M Jagadesh Kumar, major changes have also been made in higher education under the new education policy. Under these changes, Common University Entrance Test has been implemented for admission in all central universities from this year. The 4-year undergraduate course is also being implemented in universities. The new credit score system has been implemented.