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Big changes in the education sector, difference between examinations and syllabus in 2021

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Employment News- The year 2021 was named after changes. Education was also affected to a great extent due to the spread of corona virus infection around the world (Coronavirus In India). Students from pre-primary to primary, secondary and senior secondary classes completed their studies through online education. In the year 2021, there was a lot of emphasis on e-learning. Apart from this, many types of reforms were seen in the education sector.

Due to the closure of the school in the year 2021, the education of the students should not be affected (Schools Closed In 2021), for this, the Ministry of Education had implemented many policies on its behalf (Education Policies). Along with increasing the focus on digital education, it was also emphasized that children can study subjects of their interest. For this, the focus was on implementing the New Education Policy (New Education Policy 2020, NEP 2020).

Budget released for NEP
NEP has been implemented in Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka in 2021. At the same time, the Ministry of Education is also continuously making children aware under the NEP. Apart from this, the central government has allocated Rs 93 thousand crore for the education sector in the budget session of 2021. Of this, Rs 54,873 crore has been allocated for school education and literacy and Rs 38,350 crore for the higher education sector.

special rules for studies
Under the New Education Policy, emphasis has been laid on reducing the weight of children's school bags. Now the weight of the school bag will not exceed 10 percent of the weight of the students. No homework will be given to the students up to class II, 2 hours of homework will be given to the students of class 3rd to 5th, 1 hour a day for middle school students i.e. class VI to VII and about 5 hours a week. 6 hours from Apart from this, maximum homework can be given for two hours a day and about 10 to 12 hours in a week for secondary and class 12th.

Emphasis will be given on mother tongue
Under the new education policy, making a big change in school education, the syllabus is being molded in the new structure of 5+3+3+4 instead of 10+2 (Education System). This schooling system will be for children in the age group of 3 to 8 years, 8 to 11 years, 11 to 14 years and 14 to 18 years. Along with this, emphasis has also been laid on giving skill and practical information to the students and giving education in mother tongue till 5th standard. With this, students will be able to strengthen their hold on three languages.

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