- July 30, 2020
-- The Union Cabinet has officially cleared the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 to bring transformational change to the Indian education system after 34 long years.
The new policy aims to establish India as a global knowledge hub by imparting 21st century skills and multidisciplinary education, while continuing to be deeply-rooted in Indian values and ethos. The government aims to increase the Higher Education Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) to 50% in 2035 by kick-starting a series of reforms pertaining to the overall regulatory structure of Higher Education, enabling the use of technology & upgrading curricula, as per the latest skills & knowledge requirements.
In this article, we outline 10 major takeaways from the press briefing conducted earlier today by members of the newly renamed 'Ministry of Education' (formerly known as the Ministry of Human Resource Development):
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