New Education policy 2020

New Education policy 2020


New Education policy 2020


The Cabinet has approved the new Education Policy 2020.

  Education policy has changed after 34 years.  Here are the highlights of the new education policy:


  5 year basic rule

  1. Nursery; 4 years

  2. Junior KG @ 5 years

  3. Sr KG @ 6 years

  4. Seventh year; 7 years

  5. Eighth year; 8 years


  3 years preparation

  6. Third @ 9 years

  7. Assistant IV; 10 years

  8. 5th @ 11 years


  3 years east

  9. Study 6th @ 12 years

  10th @ 13 years

  11. Eighth @ 14 years


  4 years secondary

  12. SD IX @ 15 years

  13. SDSC @ 16 years

  14. Study FYJC; 17 locations

  15. STD SYJC @ 18 years


  Highlights:


  Only the twelfth grade will have a board.

  4 years college degree.

  No 10th board

  M.Phil will also be closed.

  (In an institute like JNU, students between the ages of 45 and 50 stay there for many years and pursue M.Phil. Now all these leftist ideologies will be removed from the institute.)


  Students up to the fifth grade will now be taught only in their mother tongue, local language and national language.  The rest of the subjects, even if they are in English, will be taught as subjects.

 

  Now only board exams are to be given in 12th class.  Before that, the tenth board exam had to be taken, which will not happen now.


  The examination will be held in semester form from class IX to class XII.

  Schooling will be done under the 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 formula (see table above).


  The college degree will be for 3 and 4 years ie first year of graduation, second year diploma, third year degree and a certificate will be given for graduation.


  The 3-year degree is for students who do not have to pursue higher education.  At the same time, higher education students must also have a 4-year degree.  Students with a 4-year degree will be able to do an MA in one year.


  --- Students will no longer have to do M.Phil.  Instead, MA students will now be able to pursue a PhD directly.


  Students will be able to take other courses in between.  By 2035, the overall enrollment rate in higher education will be 50%.  At the same time, under the new education policy, if a student wants to take a second course in the middle of a course, he can take a second course for a limited time from the first course.


  Many reforms were also made in higher education.  Improvements include graded educational, administrative and financial autonomy, etc. In addition, e-courses will be introduced in regional languages.  Virtual labs will be created.  A National Educational Scientific Forum (NETF) will be launched.  There are 45,000 colleges in the country.


  The same rules will apply to all public, private, perceived institutions.

  According to this principle, a new academic session can be started and all students and parents need to read this message carefully.

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