Acceptability of New Policies Regarding Education in India

  • S Naresh Associate Professor & Research Coordinator, PG and Research, Department of Commerce, St. Thomas College of Arts and Science, Chennai
Keywords: NEP, New Education Policy, India, Challenges, Reforms


A comprehensive framework developed to promote the growth of the educational system of a nation is provided by the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The process of replacing policies usually takes several decades. The National Education Policy of 1986 is replaced by the current policy, which is ranked third in a chronological series. The 2020 National Education Policy (NEP) provides a clear path forward for the country’s growth in education. However, following this technique is not required. Renowned foreign universities will be able to open campuses in the nation in accordance with the National Education Policy (NEP) of 2020. The 2020 National Education Policy gives the curriculum’s reform a lot of emphasis. The board assessments are being redesigned with an emphasis on giving students opportunities for experiential learning and developing their critical thinking abilities. Throughout all subject areas, the main emphasis will be on teaching students in their native tongue. The 2020 National Education Policy (NEP) recognises the need to develop highly qualified people in a variety of fields, including AI and agricultural. India needs to be well- prepared for the next events. India’s education system is being modernised to meet the needs of the modern world through the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, a comprehensive reorganisation of the country’s educational framework. This study investigates the problems and acceptance of the National Education Policy (NEP) in the context of India. In its whole, the National Education Policy (NEP) of 2020 offers a distinct prospect for India to revolutionize its educational framework and equip its students with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively navigate the forthcoming problems and prospects. The research looks into the National Education Policy’s (NEP) adoption and issues in the Indian environment. All things considered, the National Education Policy (NEP) of 2020 presents India with an extraordinary chance to transform its educational system and give its students the skills and information they need to successfully traverse the obstacles and possibilities that lie ahead.

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