In this video, we analyze four important points from the National Education Policy 2020 introduced by the Indian Government in July 2020. These points were a hot topic of debate and discussion on social media. Internships for kids, Hindi being the medium of education, Foreign universities being able to set up campuses in India, and multiple exit points for undergraduate students. We read the entire 60+ page document to understand the policy on our own and we encourage people to do the same over here:
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00:50 INTERNSHIP OR CHILD LABOUR?
01:31 IS HINDI MANDATORY?
02:44 FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES IN INDIA?
03:41 MULTIPLE EXIT OPTIONS?
04:14 REJECT NEP
04:37 IS NEP PERFECT?
Some important points about National Education Policy 2020:
Universal Access: The NEP 2020 has provisions to ensure universal access to school education at all levels- preschool to secondary.
Early Childhood Care & Education: The 10+2 structure of school curricula is to be replaced by a 5+3+3+4 curricular structure
Multilingualism and the Power of Language: The NEP 2020 advocates for mother-tongue/local language/regional language as the medium of instruction at least till Grade 5
An Academic Bank of Credit is to be established for digitally storing academic credits earned from different institutes so that these can be transferred and counted towards final degree earned.
Online and Digital Education: A dedicated unit for the building of digital infrastructure, digital content and capacity building will be created in the MHRD to look after the e-education needs of both school and higher education.
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