Task force for NEP 2020 implementation in Karnataka submits reports to Deputy CM – education
The task force for the implementation of the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 in Karnataka presented its report to the Chief Deputy Minister CN Ashwathnarayan, and the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, S Suresh Kumar, on Saturday.
At a press conference where the report was presented, the deputy CM said that Karnataka is the leader in forming a committee on the implementation of NEP-2020 in the country, adding that discussions on the report will take place in The gabinet.
“To implement NEP in the state, we had formed a committee to present the report. We have received the final report from the committee. In other states, no committee has yet been formed, if it has been formed as well, reports have not yet been submitted. The report will be discussed in Cabinet meetings, ”said Ashwathnarayan, who is also the state’s Minister of Higher Education, adding that the recommendations will be implemented in a phased manner starting next year.
In its report, the committee suggested the separation of the regulation and operation of schools, equitable and inclusive education, curricular, pedagogical and assessment reforms, along with other reforms in the scheme.
The new National Education Policy (NEP) approved by the Union Cabinet on July 29 is set to mark the beginning of a series of changes with the vision of creating an education system that contributes directly to transforming the country, providing education from high quality for all, and making India a global knowledge superpower.
The policy aims to enable a person to study one or more specialized areas of interest at a deep level, and also to develop character, scientific temperament, creativity, spirit of service, and 21st century capabilities in a variety of disciplines. which include science, social studies. sciences, arts and humanities, among others.