National Education Policy in India


National Education Policy in India

What is National Education Policy 2021-

National Education Policy 2021 has been implemented in place of Education Policy 1986. In the new "education" policy 2020, children from 3 years to 18 years have been kept under the Right to Education Act, 2009. Under the New Education Policy 2020, a new educational system has been fixed by 2030 and the curriculum will be divided on the basis of the 5+3+3+4 educational system in place of the current 10+2 model.


Who is the chairman of the new education policy-

Explanation: Union Education Minister D.P. met Padma Vibhushan Dr. K.K, Chairman of the National Education Policy 2020 Forming Committee on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. President, National Policy on Education, 2020."

The National Policy -

The National Policy on Education estimates that by the year 2035, half of all students enrolled in school will go on to higher education. It is clear from this that higher education in India is going to expand on a large scale. It has immense potential for development. Since the size of the Higher Education Sector in India itself is so huge

What are the main problems of education-

Shortage at the level of teacher management, teacher educationand training, school administration, and management. Lack of practicality in the courses. Unreliability of school-level statistics. Non-implementation of provisions for economically weaker sections.

What is the pre-school term age-

The age limit in Kendriya Vidyalayas is 5 years. Similarly, in non-government schools which are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, the minimum age for admission is 5 years. He said that the minimum age for admission to class 6 in Rashtriya Military School and Sainik Schools is 10 years and the maximum age is 11 years.

What is meant by pre-primary education-
The education given before education is called primary education, that is, the education that a child receives before getting formal education in primary school is called elementary and pre-primary education or nursery education.

What is Pre Primary School-
Pre-primary education is also known as pre-school education. It is given in the name of anyone system in government and private schools such as Anganwadi, Nursery School, Pre-School, Preparatory School,  Montessori School, and Pre-Primary Education.

Why is pre-primary education necessary-
Before entering the first grade, it is considered necessary for the children to have an inclination for studies. For this purpose, Anganwadi centers were established in India so that children can be provided with pre-primary education along with tackling the problem of malnutrition.

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