The current scenario in education demands the knowledge of NEP. this webinar will enlighten the people about NEP and also to clarify the myths surrounding it. There are mixed reactions for the people that if NEP to be implemented or not. This webinar might bring in the significance o NEP and it's implementation. NEP aims at producing engaged, productive, and contributing citizens for building an equitable, inclusive, and plural society as envisaged by our Constitution.
“National Education Policy-2020 aspires to turn around the face of education in India. The significant highlight of NEP 2020 is the proposal to establish the Higher Education Commission of India (HECI), for entire higher education. However, it is essential to know the changing system of education. It helps you expose your child to all the advantages it offers and to prevent him from falling prey to its limitations.”
Here are the seven most alarming current problems in Indian Education that NEP aspires to resolve.
The time between birth to the age of six is critical for a child's cognitive development. Unfortunately, the Indian education system suffers a lack of standardization in what a pre-school must deliver.Remedial Measures from NEP-2020
Most of the Indian schools teach five subjects from the very first standard: a text-book, a class-work, and a home-work note-book for each subject. Thus, a six-year-old is forced to carry a minimum of 15 books daily to the classes.
Don't even ask me what happened to the directives by the HRD ministry that less than 3kg weight burden should be given until class-5.
This excess weight results in musculoskeletal pain and a chance of spine injury.
What are our children achieving after taking such pains?
After five years of schooling (age 10-11) years, approximately 51% of students in India can read a grade-II level text (appropriate for 7-to-8-year-olds). Only 28% of grade-V students can do divisions.
Courtesy: Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), 2018
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