Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address from Red Fort today also mentioned the new education policy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that education has an important role in building a self-reliant, modern, new and prosperous India and new education policy will create new confidence. He said that the country’s education system has a great importance in building a self-reliant India, in building a new India, in building a prosperous and prosperous India. He said that with this thinking, the country has got a new national education policy. This new education policy will give the country a new confidence and a new energy.
In his speech, PM Modi also said that the government will soon unveil a new cyber security policy. He said that within the next 1000 days, more than 6 lakh villages will be connected to the fiber-optic network. We will soon unveil a new cyber security policy.
PM said that during Corona’s time we have seen what the role of Digital India campaign has been. He said that just last month, about 3 lakh crore rupees have been transacted from BHIM UPI alone. Before 2014, only 5 dozen panchayats in the country were connected with optil fiber. In the last five years, 1.5 lakh gram panchayats in the country have been connected with optical fiber.
Significantly, after a long wait of nearly three and a half decades, the country has received the gift of new education policy (NEP). The new framework with multi-entry and exit of 5 + 3 + 3 + 2 in place of the existing 10 + 2 + 3 + 2 structure, being innovative and ambitious, is also full of challenges.
Skill measurement, vocational education, equality, quality, education of different streams, local and global mix, inclusive and bilateral understanding, development of analytical understanding, light burden of baggage, education zone, short syllabus, emphasis on exploration, discussion, discussion, research And the focus on innovation, autonomy to colleges and studying in the mother tongue for better education in the early stages are indeed very good ideas.