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New education policy - Nai Shiksha Niti

New education policy - Nai Shiksha Niti 


In this post, we are provide Information about New Education Policy in Gujarat and all India state

Central Cabinet approves a new education policy  It will be announced today.

HRD ministry renamed as education ministry: a decision taken at a cabinet meeting

New education policy Some Important point 


1) SSRA (State School Regulatory Authority) will be formed whose chiefs will be associated with the education department.

2) Will run 4 years integrated BEd, 2 year BEd, or 1 year B Ed course.

3) Pre-primary education under ECCE (Early Childhood Care and Education) through Anganwadi and schools.

4) TET will apply up to the secondary level.

5) Teachers will be removed from non-academic functions, only election duty will be imposed, teachers will be removed from BLO duty, MDM we will also be removed from teachers.

6) SCMC i.e. School Complex Management Committee will be formed with SMC / SDMC in schools.

7) Teacher appointment will also include demo/skill test and interview.

8) A new transfer policy will come in which transfers will be almost closed, transfers will be on promotion only.

9) Staff quarters will be created in rural areas, on the lines of Kendriya Vidyalayas.

10) RTE will be implemented till class 12 or till the age of 18 years.

11) A healthy breakfast along with a mid-day meal will also be given in schools.

12) There will be three language-based school education.

13) Foreign language courses will also start in schools.

14) Science and mathematics will be promoted, science or maths subjects will be compulsory in every senior secondary school.

15) The local language will also be the medium of education.

16) NCERT will be the nodal agency in the whole country.

17) Politics and government interference in schools will almost end.

18) There will be a credit-based system that will make it easy and simple to change colleges. In between, any college can be changed.

19) The new education policy will have 4 years BEd only after BEd Inter, 2 years BEd after graduation, 1 year BEd course after Masters.


New education policy - Nai Shiksha Niti

New education policy - Nai Shiksha Niti 





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New education policy - Nai Shiksha Niti  in Gujarat State 

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 School Education Early Early Childhood Education: 



This policy emphasizes the importance of early childhood and aims to provide quality primary care and education to all children aged 3-4 years by 205 through drastic investments and new initiatives.

  B Basic Literacy and Statistical Knowledge Special attention will be given to linguistic and statistical literacy during Std. 1 to 8.  The purpose of the policy is to strengthen the basic elemental knowledge and statistical knowledge of every student up to standard and then up to 205.  


 Curriculum and Teaching: 



A New Development for School Education Based on the Principles of Brain Development and Teaching The appropriate curriculum and pedagogical framework is based on P + 2 + 2 + 2 drawing.  Equal emphasis will be placed on all subjects in science, social science, arts, languages, sports, mathematics with the integration of professional and educational standards in the school. 


   Universal Outreach:


 The objective of this policy is to achieve a 100% total enrollment ratio for education in various schools by 2020.  Ch.  Equal and Universal Education: This policy is very much dedicated to ensuring that no opportunity to learn and progress is lost due to birth or background circumstances.  A special education sector will be set up to focus on this.  Is.

  Teachers will be recruited through strong, transparent processes, promotions will be based on merit as well as periodic assessments from various sources and a progressive path to becoming an educational administrator or teacher professor will be available. 

  School Management Schools will be organized in school complexes (a group of 10-20 public schools) - this will be the basic unit of governance and administration that will have access to all the resources - structure, education (e.g. libraries) and people (e.g. arts and music)  Teachers) - with a strong professional teacher community. 

   Regulation of schools: Regulation and operation of schools will be carried out by separate bodies to avoid conflicts of interest.  There will be clear, separate mechanisms for policymaking, regulation, operations and educational matters.



Higher education 


The new structure has been conceived with a new vision for higher education and a vast, resourceful, dynamic variety of structures - with scholarship institutions.  The existing 200 universities and 50,000 colleges will be integrated into about 15,000 excellent institutions.  

  Liberal Education:


 Extensively based liberal arts education at the undergraduate level for integrated, wide-ranging interactions in the fields of science, arts, humanities, mathematics, and business.  :


 Management:

 Institutional governance will be based on autonomy - academic, administrative, and financial.  Each higher education institution will be governed by an independent board. 


  Regulation: 


The regulation will be light but tight to ensure financial viability and public sentiment. Standard arrangements, funding, recognition, and regulation will be undertaken by independent bodies to address conflicts of interest. 

 Teacher education Teacher preparation programs will be rigorous and will be held in dynamic, multi-disciplinary higher education institutions.  3 - Year Integrated Stage - Subject offered in specialized, multi-disciplinary institutions - Special graduate teacher is the main way to become a teacher.  Substandard and dysfunctional teacher education institutions will be closed.  

Vocational education All vocational education will become an integral part of the higher education system.  Technical universities alone, health science universities, legal and agricultural universities, or institutions in other fields will be closed.



Vocational education will be an integral part of all this education - the aim of this policy is to provide vocational education to at least 50% of all students by 205.

 National Research Institute A new unit will be set up across the country to generate and expand research and innovation. 

TECHNOLOGY PROCEDURE IN TEACH The policy aims to improve classroom performance, support teacher professional development, increase educational access for disadvantaged groups, and streamline educational planning, administration, and management through appropriate technical coordination at all levels of education. 

 Adult Education The objective of this policy is to achieve 100% of youth and adult literacy by 2020. 

Promotion of Indian Languages ​​This policy will ensure the protection, development, and dissemination of all Indian languages. 

 Financial education will make the significant public investment to expand and give importance to public education.  

 National Education Commission The National Education Commission or National Education Commission will be formed under the leadership of the Prime Minister - who will be the guardian of the vision of education in India. 

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