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New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
After the landslide | TH
COVID spiral | Pioneer
NEWS
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New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
After the landslide | TH
COVID spiral | Pioneer
NEWS
New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
?The policy is comprehensive, holistic, far sighted
and will certainly play a great role in the natio n’ s
future growth of the nation.
?I must commend the TSR Subramanian Committee in
2016 and the K Kasturirangan Committee for having
done a stellar job.
?It seeks to transform India into a vibrant knowledge
society.
?It rightfully balances the rootedness and pride in
India as well as acceptance of the best ideas and
practices in the world of learning from across the
globe.
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New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
After the landslide | TH
COVID spiral | Pioneer
NEWS
New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
?The policy is comprehensive, holistic, far sighted
and will certainly play a great role in the natio n’ s
future growth of the nation.
?I must commend the TSR Subramanian Committee in
2016 and the K Kasturirangan Committee for having
done a stellar job.
?It seeks to transform India into a vibrant knowledge
society.
?It rightfully balances the rootedness and pride in
India as well as acceptance of the best ideas and
practices in the world of learning from across the
globe.
?I note with great satisfaction that one of its loftier
goals is to bring two crore out-of-school children
into the school system and reduce dropouts.
?Reduction in the burdensome syllabus, focus on
vocational education and environmental
education
?Bringing in a single regulator to look after all
institutions barring medical and law colleges.
?The policy gives a fillip to holistic education by
envisioning the convergence of science and arts
streams.
Page 4


New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
After the landslide | TH
COVID spiral | Pioneer
NEWS
New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
?The policy is comprehensive, holistic, far sighted
and will certainly play a great role in the natio n’ s
future growth of the nation.
?I must commend the TSR Subramanian Committee in
2016 and the K Kasturirangan Committee for having
done a stellar job.
?It seeks to transform India into a vibrant knowledge
society.
?It rightfully balances the rootedness and pride in
India as well as acceptance of the best ideas and
practices in the world of learning from across the
globe.
?I note with great satisfaction that one of its loftier
goals is to bring two crore out-of-school children
into the school system and reduce dropouts.
?Reduction in the burdensome syllabus, focus on
vocational education and environmental
education
?Bringing in a single regulator to look after all
institutions barring medical and law colleges.
?The policy gives a fillip to holistic education by
envisioning the convergence of science and arts
streams.
?The focus on ethics and human and
Constitutional values will go a long way in the
creation of an enlightened citizenship essential
for deepening our democratic roots.
?Increasing the school-going years from 3 to 18
instead of the prevalent 6 to 14.
?Setting up a National Mission on Foundational
Literacy and Numeracy.
?Importance of nutrition to the all-round
development of children: energy-filled breakfast
+ nutritious mid-day meal
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New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
After the landslide | TH
COVID spiral | Pioneer
NEWS
New Education Policy 2020 | ToI
?The policy is comprehensive, holistic, far sighted
and will certainly play a great role in the natio n’ s
future growth of the nation.
?I must commend the TSR Subramanian Committee in
2016 and the K Kasturirangan Committee for having
done a stellar job.
?It seeks to transform India into a vibrant knowledge
society.
?It rightfully balances the rootedness and pride in
India as well as acceptance of the best ideas and
practices in the world of learning from across the
globe.
?I note with great satisfaction that one of its loftier
goals is to bring two crore out-of-school children
into the school system and reduce dropouts.
?Reduction in the burdensome syllabus, focus on
vocational education and environmental
education
?Bringing in a single regulator to look after all
institutions barring medical and law colleges.
?The policy gives a fillip to holistic education by
envisioning the convergence of science and arts
streams.
?The focus on ethics and human and
Constitutional values will go a long way in the
creation of an enlightened citizenship essential
for deepening our democratic roots.
?Increasing the school-going years from 3 to 18
instead of the prevalent 6 to 14.
?Setting up a National Mission on Foundational
Literacy and Numeracy.
?Importance of nutrition to the all-round
development of children: energy-filled breakfast
+ nutritious mid-day meal
?Mother tongue plays a highly critical role in the
overall development of the child.
?Mother tongue, which a child hears right from the
moment he or she is born, provides personal
identity, connects with culture and is crucial for
cognitive development.
?When world leaders call on me, they prefer to speak in
their mother tongues even though they are proficient in
English.
?Great scholars prefer to write and speak in their mother
tongues.
?There would be no imposition of any language and
no opposition to any language.
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