National Education Policy 2020 | Simple | Explained | Analysis

National Education Policy 2020 | Simple | Explained | Analysis

National Education Policy | Simple | Explained | Analysis


National Education Policy Simple | Explained | Analysis

New Education Policy was launched on Wednesday, July-29-2020. 

Its been 34 years since India has made any major reforms in its education system. The National Education Policy (NEP) was finally unvieled. The policy seeks to ramp up public investment in education from 4.4% of India's GDP to 6% and through a host of changes, transform education for almost 300 million students in the country.

The NEP Breaking down existing structure of India's 10+2. School in India will now follow the 5+3+3+4 structure

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5+3+3+4 EXPLAINATION


[First] [Foundation Stage] 5 years :- Pre-primary School 3 years + 1st and 2nd Standard = 5 YEARS.

For the first 5 years children aged 3 to 8 years will be enter foundational stage, Since maximum brain development happens at these ages, the curriculum will focus on learning languages, playing sports, and activities.  

[Second] 3 years :- 3rd, 4th, 5th where the students focus will shift to discovery and interaction-based classroom learning. logistics and numeracy skills will be honed at this stage. One points here is that medium of instruction.Till 5th standards students can learn by their own Regional Language or Mother Tongue. There is no issue to learn with English. e.g Student can learn with Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi & many more.) English will be as an subject of the syllabus.

[Third] [Middle Stage]3 years :- 6th, 7th, 8th The pedagogy will evolve to more experimental learning in the Science, Mathematics, Arts, Social Science and Humanities. This is also when students will be introduced to vocational training - they'll be taught technical skills that will allow them to take up job specialized in Computer Coding or Management or Trades or Crafts like pottery or carpentry. In fact they'll also have to do internship with specific Institution or Organisation. Students have to do internship while they are studying this is bonus point for students.

[Fourth] [Last Stage]4 years :- 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th No stream system, no more Science, Commerce and Arts. You can select your own favorite subject according to your Passion and Goal. You can study physics along with Sanskrit, or Political science with Computer software, maths with geography, or Chemistry with humanities. 9-12 Exams will be conduct as semester system 2 semester will be per year, e.g Every 6 months 1 exam will be assured. Students marks will be added by their behaviour, extra curriculum activity, and attendance. And the every final exams report card make by 360 Degree Assessement.



For Further graduations studies if student abandoned a college after 1 year he/she will be get an certificate of that curriculum year, if student leave college after 2 years he/she will be count as a diploma degree. If he or she leave college after 3 year of study they will get an bachelor degree of that course or study. If student complete 4 years of studies he/she will be get research certificate of bachelor degree. Those 4 years also you can select multiple subject simeulteneously and complete your passion with particular degree. This method is called multi-entry and multi-exits. College students can select multiple subject together at the same time.

National Education Policy 2020 | Simple | Explained | Analysis

Another really cool bit here is the Academic Bank of Credit (ABC). An ABC will store the academic credits that students 

earn by taking course from various recognized higher education institutions. Whenever you complete a course, a number of credits will be added to your bank. You can then transfer these credits if you decide to switch college. And even if you are forced to drop out for reason, These credits will remain intact. Meaning you can come back years later and pick up from where you left off.

Another thing the policy focuses on is the need to make universities multidisciplinary. Meaning, They'll be expected to teach

everything from Arts, Science and Commerce[Management] etc. under one roof. by 2040 the government seeks to phase out single-stream institution in favour of this model. 


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