Former ISRO chief and eminent scientist K Kasturirangan.

NEP’s approach is to realise new system aligned with 21st century education goals: Kasturirangan – education

The National Education Policy (NEP) will contribute to a new system aligned with the ambitious goals of 21st century education, while remaining ingrained in Indian value systems and ethics, eminent scientist K Kasturirangan said on Saturday. .

Kasturirangan, who was the chairman of the committee in charge of drafting the NEP, made the remarks at the eighth convocation of the Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing – Kancheepuram.

“The vision of the new education system in India is designed to ensure that it touches the life of each and every citizen according to their needs and needs, as well as creating a just and equitable society. “NEP’s approach is to realize a new system aligned with the aspirational goals of 21st century education while remaining ingrained in Indian ethics and value systems. The policy provides an integrated but flexible approach to education, ”he said.

The former head of ISRO said: “In addition, he has taken into account the interconnection of the various phases of education and how it will allow continuity, coherence and processes to, ultimately, carry out an end-to-end educational roadmap for the country. . “In the call, the institute that has been awarded the ‘Institute of National Importance’ by the Ministry of Education, awarded degrees to 306 students.

For the current academic year 2020-21, the Institute launched three new M.Tech programs in Advanced Robotics, Power Electronics Systems Design, and Engineering and Informatics to train young Indian engineers with specialized skills and to face the technological challenge of the future.


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