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A Qualitative Analysis on the Significant Landmark in Indian Education: New Education Policy 2020

ANWESH: International Journal of Management & Information Technology

Volume 7 Issue 2

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: Jayadatta S. | Author(s) Affiliation: KLE Society Inst. of Mgt. Studies and Research, BVB Campus, Hubli, Karnataka, India.
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The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 seeks to reform education by focusing on the learner. The NEP incorporates recommendations from the Education Commission (1964–66) and the Justice J. S. Verma Commission (2012), as well as previous versions of the policy – National Policy on Education 1986 (NPE 1986/92), Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, and Rights of Persons with Disabilities (RPWD) Act, 2016. The NEP 2020 is a big step forward since it emphasizes kids’ entire development by assuring access, relevance, equity, quality, and solid foundational learning. Stakeholders in the education industry may learn a lot from the new policy. This research, written by KPMG in India, examines the impact of the NEP and identifies several opportunities that have arisen as a result of the new policy. Significantly, the policy emphasizes four critical reform areas: curricular adjustments to establish strong fundamental abilities, enhancing learning quality at all levels of education, shifting evaluation methods, and, ultimately, the need for systemic transformation. The year 2020 has been a landmark year for countries all across the world. Apart from COVID-19, the introduction of the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 was another significant move in India. Various committees have advocated increasing the budget allocation for education to 6% of GDP on a regular basis, which has piqued the interest of scholars. The goal of this article is to identify the NEP 2020 concerns and priorities.

Keywords: Free and compulsory education act, Education commission, National Education Policy (NEP), Systemic transformation.

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