Hope the government will implement NEP successfully in the higher education system and achieve all its goals in the predicted time. Thus, India will restore its role as a Vishwaguru.
While the higher education sector across the world is working together to reopen university campuses, the Indian government took a step back to reflect on the challenges that the education system faced.
The New education Policy 2020 strives to usher a new wave of globalization into the Indian education system. It has put Indian Universities at the center of its globalized efforts to accelerate education reforms and research innovations through collaborations and partnerships.If implemented with diligence and adequate government and industrial funding, these initiatives have the power to transform technical education in India which is critical to its overall growth and development. Such interactions and exchanges shall galvanize policy makers to draw effective steps that allow the nation to become leaders in rapidly evolving cutting-edge areas that are fast gaining prominence
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.
When the whole world is focussing on literacy, which at its barest, is the ability to read and write sentences, it never focuses on higher education which is very instrumental in the augmentation and progression of the society and in turn the development of the country.
The author highlights major recommendations which are recommended in the report of Education Quality Upgradation and Inclusion Programme (EQUIP) by the Department of Higher Education, MHRD.
“भारत तेरे टुकड़े होंगे ....”, “हमें चाहिए भारत से आजादी ......”, “ भारत की बर्बादी तक जंग रहेगी ....” आदि नारे लगाने लगे तो भारत की अस्मिता तथा अखंडता को अन्दर से ही खतरा हो जायेगा तथा सोवियत यूनियन की तरह हमारे देश के टुकड़े होने से भी कोई नहीं रोक पायेगा |