NEP 2020 rooted in ‘Bharatiya’ by integrating global perspective: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday said that the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 is in tune with the roots of the country and has received unprecedented acceptance from across the country. Noting that the NEP is rooted in “Indianness” and incorporates a global perspective, Shah said the policy enriches knowledge and culture and aligns with the aspirations of the society.

“Education aims to inculcate character, compassion, courage and prepare students to face the challenges of life. Education can enable India to reach the pinnacle of success. Society is looking towards us with expectations and hopes. That he will fulfill it. Our educational aspiration is not only to get degrees and certificates but also to achieve global good,” Shah said at a function marking two years of NEP’s launch.

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“The National Education Policy is in tune with the roots of the nation and has received unprecedented acceptance from across the country. The policy clearly states that a strong public education system is the foundation of a developing democratic nation. The NEP aims to provide citizens with such There is development that combines national pride with global well-being in the spirit of Vasadhaiva Kattambakkam,” he said.

The Home Minister also noted that the NEP is an antidote to Macaulay’s system of education designed to colonize our minds. Shah launched several initiatives in the field of education and skill development to mark the completion of two years of NEP 2020.

The NEP, approved by the Union Cabinet in 2020, replaced the 34-year-old National Policy on Education formulated in 1986 and aims to pave the way for transformation of the school and higher education system to make India a global knowledge superpower. Had to do.

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