A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON IMPLEMENTATION OF NEP 2020: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Authors

  • Mohini Dattatraya Shinde Institute of Management and Research Chh. Sambhajinagar

Keywords:

NEP, Multidisciplinary Approach, Student Centric, technological development, Ministry Of Education.

Abstract

As per Nelson Mandela education is most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. This powerful weapon was very effective in India. In the 5th century, the roots of education were deeply rooted in India. Taxila and Nalanda, the oldest universities in the world, became the foundation of Indian education. Later there were many changes in education. New universities, policies, commissions, changes like Radhakrishna Commission, Mudaliar Commission and Kothari Commission came in independent India. Then came the First Education Policy in 1968 and the New Education Policy in 1986. Among all these changes, the most important change is the newly introduced New Education Policy 2020. In this policy, all the factors which were the weaknesses and advantages of Indian education were considered. Mother tongue was given preference. Three language formula, multidisciplinary education and many important things came. All good things are on paper and in real work there is a big difference. So this education policy is as good as it looks on paper but it is difficult to actually implement it. In NEP 2020 there is some opportunities and also some challenges are there. For successful implementation of NEP we all need to work together as team and will definitely achieve what is expected by NEP 2020.

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Published

08-03-2024

How to Cite

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Mohini Dattatraya Shinde, “A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON IMPLEMENTATION OF NEP 2020: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 9, no. GHRIEBM, p. 4, Mar. 2024.