India has faced many unprecedented challenges that have hinged our efforts since Independence in providing quality education to children.
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 attempts to liberate India from these shackles of the past since the last one was undertaken 34 years ago (in 1986) and modified in 1992 had failed to achieve its goal.
Let’s see what our bloggers have to say about it.
Blogger Sejal’s Opinion: No sanction can ever be given to a policy on education that is based on the architecture of exclusion!
Because we need not only a clear-cut and time-bound implementation strategy but also continuous support and commitment of policymakers (Which is, per se, a major task) along with a few ground realities that should be kept in mind.
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