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National Education Policy 2020 for Higher Education

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National Education Policy 2020

National Education Policy 2020 | Higher Education

1.1About  the NEP 2020
1.2Major Changes

1.1 About  the NEP 2020

Higher education plays an extremely important role in promoting human as well as societal well-being and in developing India as envisioned in its Constitution.

Given the 21st century requirements, quality higher education must aim to develop good, thoughtful, well-rounded, and creative individuals. It must enable an individual to study one or more specialized areas of interest at a deep level, and also develop character, ethical and Constitutional values.

For the purpose of developing holistic individuals, it is essential that an identified set of skills and values will be incorporated at each stage of learning, from pre-school to higher education.

National Education Policy 2020
National Education Policy 2020

The policy’s vision includes the following key changes to the current system moving towards

  1. a higher educational system consisting of large, multidisciplinary universities and colleges, with at least one in or near every district, and with more HEIs across India that offer medium of instruction or programmes in local/Indian languages;

2. a more multidisciplinary undergraduate education;

3. faculty and institutional autonomy;

4. revamping curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, and student support for enhanced student experiences;

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1.2 Major Changes

National Education Policy 2020
NEP 2020

4-year programme may also lead to a degree ‘with Research’. If the student completes a rigorous research project in their major area(s) of study as specified by the HEI.

Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) shall be established. It will digitally store the academic credits earned from various recognized HEIs. So that the degrees from an HEI can be awarded taking into account credits earned.

Stand-alone agricultural universities, legal universities, health science universities, technical universities, and stand-alone institutions in other fields, shall aim to become multidisciplinary institutions offering holistic and multidisciplinary education.

An autonomous body, the National Educational Technology Forum (NETF), will be created. It will be a platform for the free exchange of ideas on the use of technology to enhance learning, assessment, planning, administration, and so on, both for school and higher education.

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