New Delhi: Addressing the inaugural session of the Conference of Governors on National Education Policy from Monday video conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that lakhs of people were involved in formulating this policy, including students, teachers and parents.
PM Modi said that today everyone is feeling this policy, people are seeing the changes they wanted to see in it.
The Prime Minister said that now there is a dialogue on the new education policy in the country on how to implement it in the country and it is also necessary because it is going to build a 21st century India. PM Modi said that the National Education Policy is not just for changing the modalities of studies. This is going to give a new direction to the social and economic aspect of 21st century India. It is shaping the resolve and strength of self-reliant India.
Highlights of PM Modi’s address
Whether there is a teacher or a big educationist in the village, everyone is looking at the national education policy, their education policy. There is a feeling in everyone’s mind that I wanted to see this improvement in the earlier education policy. This is the main reason for the acceptance of the National Education Policy.
The more teachers and parents are connected with education policy, the more students will be connected, the more its relevance and comprehensiveness increase. Millions of people of the country, living in the city, living in the village, people related to the education sector, had given their feedback for this, gave their suggestions.
Education policy and the education system are an important means of fulfilling the aspirations of the country. Center, state government, local bodies, all are attached to the responsibility of the education system. But it is also true that the government, its intervention, its influence, in education policy should be at least.
Please tell that after 34 years, the Modi government introduced the new education policy of the country. After a long brainstorm by a committee, several suggestions were submitted, which were passed. Under the new education policy, major decisions have been taken like teaching children with practical education, creating employment opportunities in higher education.