According to the new National Education Policy (NEP) released on Wednesday by the Narendra Modi government, the National Testing Agency (National Education Policy, NEP) will now be given additional charge for conducting entrance tests for admission in universities across the country. . In which he can conduct the Common Entrance Examination for Higher Education.
NTA already conducts entrance exam for admission in Central Universities like All India Engineering Entrance Exam JEE Main, Medical Entrance Examination – NEET, UGC NET, University of Delhi (DUET), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNUEE).
NTA will offer common entrance exam
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will offer a high-quality general aptitude test in science, humanities, language, arts, and professional subjects, as well as specific general subject exams, at least twice every year for the university entrance exam.
As per the new policy, the entrance examination conducted by NTA will be optional for admission to universities and colleges. The new system has some similarities to the standardized aptitude test ie SAT conducted for entry into the United States.
NTA took responsibility of conducting entrance exam in place of CBSE
Let me tell you, for some years, the courses for which the entrance examination was conducted by CBSE, the responsibility of all those examinations was given to the National Testing Agency (NTA). Which includes entrance exams like – JEE Main, NEET, UGC NET, CTET, GATE, AICTE, IIT and IIM etc.
According to the new education policy, music, philosophy, art, dance, theater, will be included in the curriculum of higher institutions education. The bachelor’s degree will be of 3 or 4 years duration. Academy Bank of Credit will be formed, digital record of students’ performance will be collected.
By the year 2050, at least 50 percent of the learners will have to join vocational education through the school and higher education system. A new national research institute will be formed for quality merit research, it will be related to all the universities of the country.