Rajasthan leaves its mark on New Education Policy | Jaipur News


The new policy cites the frame of 5+3+3+4 years using a solid base of Early Childhood Care and Educatio…Read

JAIPUR: Rajasthan has been shown to be a pioneer concerning education reforms at the country since the New Education Policy (NEP) released Wednesday included many proposals made by the former BJP government in nation.
Former state education minister Vasudev Devnani, that had been center member of the Central Advisory Board Education (CABE), an apex body of HRD ministry made to provide hints for NEP, stated that a lot of the key highlights of the NEP were his own thoughts.
“I had been a part of several long talks with the HRD ministry at New Delhi and left him comprehend the significance of the suggestions. Among the important ideas we gave is to deliver most of the high education institutes in the nation under a single umbrella. This was released as Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) at NEP,” explained Devnani.
The new policy cites the frame of 5+3+3+4 years using a solid foundation of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) from three decades old, which has been proposed by the former BJP government too. To promote the use of mother tongue, Devnani had proposed the medium of instruction ought to be inside, that was executed in NEP for pupils till course V.
Devnani clarified,”In NEP, Centre has introduced’school examinations ‘ at Class III, V, VIII in addition to the board examinations in classes X and XII, which we proposed. Before the recommendations were approved by the Central authorities, Rajasthan had started conducting board examinations for courses V, VIII, X and XII, even though no student is announced fail or pass at class V and VIII.”


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