Tuesday, May 21, 2024

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education reforms

“Education for All: Empowering Minds, Transforming Lives” 

Education is essential because it unlocks human potential and shapes a better future for individuals, communities, and societies.

Foundation of India’s Future and Gen-Z

In the current generation, parents are becoming careless towards their children due to various reasons, but they are unaware that whatever they are doing with their children, they are also responsible for it.

Patriotism and truth

The way showed by Shri Narendra Damodardas Modi Ji and Shri Yogi Adityanath Ji will definitely generate leaders like them in future.

Introduce culture, agriculture and military training in the curricula

Inclusion of some new subjects, skill development programmes, agricultural training and military training may not be possible in the proposed school teaching structure. Therefore school teaching programme may be suitably extended.

Importance of Vedic knowledge in modern times

We suffered a heavy loss economically, socially and spiritually owing to ignorance of our great Vedic literature. It is time to put our focus back on Vedic knowledge so that our youngsters grow on all fronts.

Stigma and discrimination in 21st century classroom

Years of education and laws have not been able to keep away the prejudices, biases, and stigmas present in the classrooms and society.

Macaulay education system should end

There should be an education system that does not suppress the merits of human beings. Today's India needs its ancient culture. The new education system will have to revive Indian values and build a new India.

Change in Approach: Medical Education

The current government is seriously working on to bring exponential changes in the field of medical education that should have also been taken care of in first 65 years of independence.

NEP 2020 is the policy, that’s highly lauded

This enlightened policy was achievable because the government crowd-sourced opinions related to, from a wide Diaspora of public, who evince interest in academics

The plight of education system in India

For years, our education system has emphasized on producing “wrote learners.” Our policy still sticks to the “one size fits all” approach, which has failed to cater to the individual needs of intellect and creativity that humans are born with.

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