CM Himanta Biswa gave gift, five colleges of Assam will be upgraded into universities

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Employment News-Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma at the North-East Education Conclave at the Guwahati Medical College and Hospital Auditorium said that five colleges in the state will soon be upgraded to universities in line with the National New Education Policy. . He said that important decisions regarding timely implementation of NEP in the state would be taken in the next weekly meeting of the cabinet. JB (in Jorhat), Lakhimpur and Nagaon College would be made in the university.

The Chief Minister said that apart from these three, Sivasagar College and Handik Girls College (in Guwahati) would be upgraded into universities. The Chief Minister said that in the next meeting of the state cabinet to be held on November 25, the structure of educational establishments will be approved under the NEP, in which it will be decided which institutions will be for basic, primary or senior secondary level. .

New education policy will be beyond numbers

Speaking at the conclave, Sarma said that the NEP 2020 (New Education Policy 2020) is a great opportunity for the students to boost their knowledge and not run after the numbers. In this new education policy, there will be talk of knowledge and skills. He said that it will free the student community from the rat race and inculcate creative and innovative thinking in them.

Roadmap will be ready soon

He said that by incorporating the new scientific thinking of the 21st century, the NEP has been made in tune with the times and it has also been in sync with the basic principles of the civilization of India, which is based on the foundation of knowledge and wisdom. The Chief Minister expressed hope that as a result of this conference a roadmap for the work done by NEP in the North Eastern Region would be finalized so that the policy could be transformed into action and to realize the dream of a New India. time limit can be set.

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