Know when the new national education policy will be implemented in Karnataka? Education minister said this important thing

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Updated Sat, 01 Aug 2020 11:36 AM IST

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The new education policy in Karnataka will be implemented from August. This information has been given by S Suresh Kumar, Minister for Primary and Secondary Education. He says that the National Education Policy 2020 will be merged with a draft state policy in the state to be implemented from August. He said that within two weeks a separate education policy will be brought for Karnataka by merging the policy of the state and the new national security policy. This was revealed by Education Minister S Suresh Kumar in a video conference with Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, chairman of the NEP draft committee.

The Education Minister said that the Suba will be at the forefront of systematically implementing the education policy. NEP is a complete policy. The Government of Karnataka has already passed a resolution accepting the National Education Policy of the Central Government. There is a meeting on how to implement it. With this, a resolution has been passed accepting NEP 2020. He has informed that a meeting has been held with the members of NEP 2020 to implement the new education policy. For this a test force has been formed, which will present the action plan on August 16 and a detailed action plan on August 20.

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Significantly, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the National Education Policy 2020 (NEP) and renamed the Ministry of Human Resource Development as the Ministry of Education. Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar and Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ announced that there will be a single regulator for all higher education institutions and MPhil will be scrapped. Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare said that a National Technology Forum (NETF) would be created to promote digital learning. The e-courses will initially be developed in eight regional languages ​​and a virtual lab will be developed.

Under the new education policy, many important changes have taken place from school education to higher education and these It is headed by Kasturirangan. The National Education Policy (NEP) was drafted in 1986 and it was amended in 1992 and after 34 years, in 2020, many important and important changes have been made. Which has been described in its 108-page draft as the first education policy of the 21st century, which aims to fulfill the essential requirement for the development of the country.

The new education policy in Karnataka will be implemented from August. This information has been given by S Suresh Kumar, Minister for Primary and Secondary Education. He says that the National Education Policy 2020 will be merged with a draft state policy in the state to be implemented from August. He said that within two weeks a separate education policy will be brought for Karnataka by merging the policy of the state and the new national security policy. This was revealed by Education Minister S Suresh Kumar in a video conference with Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, chairman of the NEP draft committee.

The Education Minister said that the Suba will be at the forefront of systematically implementing the education policy. NEP is a complete policy. The Government of Karnataka has already passed a resolution accepting the National Education Policy of the Central Government. There is a meeting on how to implement it. With this, a resolution has been passed accepting NEP 2020. He has informed that a meeting has been held with the members of NEP 2020 to implement the new education policy. For this a test force has been formed, which will present the action plan on August 16 and a detailed action plan on August 20.

ALSO READ- NEP 2020: Easy language and understand new education policy through these 10 questions

Significantly, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the National Education Policy 2020 (NEP) and renamed the Ministry of Human Resource Development as the Ministry of Education. Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar and Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ announced that there will be a single regulator for all higher education institutions and MPhil will be scrapped. Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare said that a National Technology Forum (NETF) would be created to promote digital learning. The e-courses will initially be developed in eight regional languages ​​and a virtual lab will be developed.

Under the new education policy, many important changes have taken place from school education to higher education and these It is headed by Kasturirangan. The National Education Policy (NEP) was drafted in 1986 and it was amended in 1992 and after 34 years, in 2020, many important and important changes have been made. Which has been described in its 108-page draft as the first education policy of the 21st century, which aims to fulfill the essential requirement for the development of the country.

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