Table of Contents ALL ABOUT OF NEW EDUCATION POLICY IN INDIA-2020History of Education systems in India:-Languages use in New Education Policy:-The Official Languages in the Advanced country in the world:-The New Education Policy in India-2020Higher Education system in New Education Policy of India:-International Branch Campuses in India:-Teacher Educations System:-Some of the Other Changes in New Education Policy of India:-TOP 10. COUNTRY LITERACY RATE IN THE WORLD BY 2021.TOP 10 STATE IN INDIA LITERACY RATE AS OF 2021.TOP 10 BEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD FOR SKILLS AND EDUCATION:-“EDUCATION IS THE PASSPORT OF THE FUTURE, FOR TOMORROW BELONGS TO THOSE WHO PREPARE FOR IT TODAYShare this articleALL ABOUT OF NEW EDUCATION POLICY IN INDIA-2020 The National Education Policy in India (NEP 2020), was approved by the Union Cabinet of India.This outline the vision of the new education system in India.The New policy replaces the previous National policy on education in1986. The New policy education is a comprehensive framework of elementary education to higher education as well as vocational training in both rural and urban India. The new policy aims to transform India’s education system by 2030. National-Education-Policy-2020-NEP-2020History of Education systems in India:-The History of Education system began with teaching of traditional elements such as Indian religions, Indian Mathematics, Indian Logic, at early Hindu and Buddhist centres of learning such as ancient Takshashila (in modern-day Pakistan) & Nalanda( in India).Islamic education became ingrained with the establishment of Islamic empires in the Indian subcontinent in the middle ages while the coming of the Europeans later brought western education to colonial India.In 19th Century India,” English Education” meant “modern education”. Most taught a curriculum similar to public schools. Britain at the time taught English as a medium of instruction, especially those sponsored by the missionaries. British education system became solidified in India as missionary schools were established during 1820. Macaulay succeeded in replacing Persian with English as the administrative language, the use of English as the medium of instruction and the training of English speaking Indians as teachers through the English Education Act in 1835. Education System inancient india-Before British-RajLanguages use in New Education Policy:-The National Education policy 2020 has emphasized the use of mother tongue or local language as the medium of instruction till Class 5, while recommendation till class 8 and beyond.Sanskrit and foreign languages will also give emphasis. The new policy recommends that all students will learn three languages in their school, under the formula at least two of three languages should be native to India.The Official Languages in the Advanced country in the world:-1. China-The Official Language in China is Mandarin. Mandarin Chinese is known as common speech and it has only been the official language since 1930.2. Japan-The most widely spoken language in Japan is Japanese.3. German-The official language of Germany is standard German, with over 95% of the country speaking standard German as the first language.4. USA-English is the national language of the United States.5. UK-English is spoken across the UK, but it is not only the native official language.6. USSR-Russian language, is the principal state and cultural language of Russia. Russian is the primary language of the majority of people in Russia Rural-Education in India after Independence-The New Education Policy in India-2020Our old Education policy “10+2+3”, will be replaced The New School Education structure is” 5+3+3+4” Foundation Formula. The policy of the New education policy is as follows:-· The foundational stage:-The new curriculum will be prepared for these 5 years. Out of 5 years 3 years in Anganwadi or preschool from the age of 3 years (3,4 & 5) in Angan wadi and next 2 years in 1st and 2nd class in school-age of (3 to 8 years) old children. In this 5 years will be complete. It will focus on activity learning.· Preparatory stage:-From class 3 to 5(3rd, 4th & 5th) considered as the preparatory stage At this stage children will be taught experiments like speaking, writing, physical education, languages, art, science & mathematics from age of 8 to 11 will cover subject-based classes. Skill development courses will be covered at this stage.· Middle age:-Classes 6 to 8, covering children between ages 11 to 14. It will introduce the students to the more abstract concepts in subjects of mathematics, sciences, social science, art and humanities.· Secondary stage:-Classes from 9 to 12, covering the ages of 14 to 18 years It is again subdivided into two parts. Classes 9 and 10 cover the first phase, while classes 11 and 12covering the second phase. Modern Boys and girsl in Modern India-· Thesefour years of study are intended to inculcate multidisciplinary study, with depthand critical thinking, multiple options of subjects will be provided.· Instead,exams will be held every academic year, school students will attend three exams. In classes 2, 5 and 8.· Theboard exam will be continued to be held for classes 10 and 12 but will beredesigned. Standards for this will be established by an assessment body –PAREKH.(Performance Assessment, Review and Analyses of Knowledge for HolisticDevelopment).To make them easier, these exams will be conducted twice a yearwith students being offered up to two attempts.· This policy aims at reducing the curricula load of students and allowing them to bemore “ interdisciplinary” and “multilingual”. One example is if students wantto pursue fashion studies with physics or if they want to learn with chemistry,they will be allowed to do so. The report card will be “holistic” offeringinformation about the student’s skill.· Codingwill be introduced to the students from class 6 and experimental learning willbe adopted.· The middle meal scheme will be extended to include breakfast. More focus will begiven to students health, particularly mental health through the deployment ofcounsellors and social workersHigher Education system in New Education Policy of India:- It proposes a 4 years multidisciplinary bachelor’s degree in an undergraduate programme with multiple exit options. The will include professional and vocational areas will be implemented.· A certificate after completing of 1st year of study.· A diploma certificate will be given after completing of 2nd-year study.· A Bachelor degree certificate will be given after completion of 3 rd years.· A 4 year multidisciplinary Bachelor degree ( preferred option) after completion of 4 years.· M.Phil courses will be discontinued to align degree education.· National Higher Education Regulatory Council (NHERC), regulate higher education, including teacher education while excluding Medical and legal education.· Higher Education Grant council(HEGC), for funding and financing of universities and colleges. This will replace the existing ( National Council for Teacher Education), the All India Council for Technical Education, and the University of Grant commission. INDIA IS THE LARGEST UNSKILLED WORKFORCE IN THE WORLD.·PSSB(Professional standard-setting body)will include such as Veterinary Education Training, Council of Architecture, Indian council of Agriculture Research andNational Council for Vocational Education and Training.·The National Testing Agency( NTA)will now be given the additionalresponsibility of conducting entrance examinations for admissions touniversities across the country in addition toJEE Main and NEET.·The policy now proposes to internationalize education in India. Foreign Universities can now set up campuses in India.·The fees of both Private and Public universities will be fixed. Unemployed-Graduates-In India-International Branch Campuses in India:-Under the New Education policy in India, a grand goal of utilizing International education to reestablish in India as a Viswa Guruor World Teacher was reiterated by India’s Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu, who expressed the desire to establish India to attract global academic talent. Teacher Educations System:-The New Education policy 2020, puts forward many policy changes when it comes to teachers education. To become a teacher a 4-year bachelor of education will be a minimum requirement needed by 2030.The teacher recruitment process will also be strengthened and made transparent. The National Council for Teacher Education will frame a National Curriculum Framework for Teachers Education by 2021. Banaras-hindu-university-In IndiaSome of the Other Changes in New Education Policy of India:-· National Education Commission, headed by the Prime Minister of India.· National Research Foundation, to improve the research and Innovation Special Education Zones will be to focus on the education of underrepresented groups.· National Educational Technology Forum, a platform to facilitate the exchange of ideas on technology to improve learning.· Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, chairperson of the National Education Policy(NEP)drafting panel.· The New policy focused on “ how to think rather than what to think”.· NEP aims to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio in higher education including vocational education from 26.3%(218) to 50% by 2035..305 Crores new seats will be added to Higher Education institutions.· Multidisciplinary Education and Research Universities (MERUs) are at par with IITsIIMs to be set up as best models of best multidisciplinary education of global standards in the country.· ANational Mission for mentoring will be established, with a large pool of outstanding senior/retired faculty –including those with the ability to teach Indian languages.· Efforts will be made to incentives to the merit of students belonging to SC, ST, OBC and other SDGs.The National Scholarship Portal will be support, foster and track the progress of students receiving the scholarship.· The teaching of Mother’s tongue or regionally made compulsory till class 5th.· Vocational education will begin with training from class 6th.· Termination of M.phil courses.· The same norms will govern both the public and private higher education institutes and universities.· The New curriculum will include key skill development.· The new education policy will enhance practical, critical and experimental thinking.· Under New Policy there will be no more discrimination on science, commerce, matha or arts.· Under the new education policy, the same importance will be given to vocational activities and academic streams.· Internship and will be given from class 6th onwards for a vocational programme.· The regional language will be given more importance by introducing it as a medium of instruction till class 5th or 8th.· Online education and Digital education platforms importance will provide, the best alternative education to the student from anywhere to anywhere.· State Government and central government will work together to promote public investment in the education sector in increasing GDP to 6% higher.· Single University exam to be conducted by the National Testing Agencies(NTA). This will enable universities to have a common entrance exam instead of multiple exams.· Weights of school bags will be reduced. Proper health checks up, proper counsellors will be provided. Healthy meals, well trained social workers, community involvement in the schooling system will be adopted.· Under the New education policy students report card accessing –self, classmate, Teacher will have students report cards, so this will introduce three levels of report cards. WORLD CLASS HARVARD UNIVERSITY-TOP 10. COUNTRY LITERACY RATE IN THE WORLD BY 2021.1.UZBEKISTAN-99.99%2.UKRAINE-99.97%3.SAN MARINO-99.92%4.LATVIA-99.89%5.ESTONIA-99.89%6.CZECH REPUBLIC-99.83%7.LITHUANIA-99.82%8.TAJIKSTAN-99.80%9.AZERBAIJAN-99.79%10.KAZAKHSTAN-99.78%.But India Rank in literacy is 74.37% & the USA Literacy rate is 88% as per the report. TOP 10 STATE IN INDIA LITERACY RATE AS OF 2021.1.KERALA-96.2%2.DELHI-88.7%3.UTTARKHAND:-87.6%4.HIMACXHAL PRADESH-86.6%5.ASSAM-85.9%6.MAHARASTRA-84.8%7.PUNJAB-83.7%8.GUJARAT-82.4%9.WEST BENGAL-81.69%10.HARYANA-80.4%Whereas in Odisha the literacy rate is 77.3%.”But 31.4% is educated in Odisha.The highest unemployment rate in India is 19.4% in 2021. Whereas in Odisha the unemployment rate is 23.8% by April-2020. Literacy rate” means the percentage of people in a certain sample of the population of a country or state ability to read or write.” TOP 10 BEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD FOR SKILLS AND EDUCATION:-This is reported by the world economic forum-1. NORWAY2. FINLAND3. SWITZERLAND4. THE UNITED STATES5. DENMARK6. GERMANY7. NEWZEALAND8. SWEDEN9. SLOVENIA10. AUSTRIA. “Education and Employment contribute to economic development andpositive social and political outcomes ““Human capital is the key factor for growth, development andcompetitiveness”Best quote by:-Malcolm x.“EDUCATION IS THE PASSPORT OF THE FUTURE, FOR TOMORROW BELONGS TOTHOSE WHO PREPARE FOR IT TODAY Share this article Post navigationTop Highlights of the Union Budget-2022 30 Important Highlights Union Budget of India.