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The new ‘National Education Policy’-Srivastava is involved in Indian values.

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May 23, 2024
The new ‘National Education Policy’-Srivastava is involved in Indian values.

Tahir Kamal Siddiqui | Indore | Along with the upliftment of the nation from ‘one nation, one education policy’, there is widespread work on the National Education Policy by keeping the all-round development of the students at the center. This information is State Press Club, M. In the ‘Dialogue’ program of Q. Prof. Western Region Head of National Education Policy Implementation and Vice Chancellor of Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda. Dr. Vijay Kumar Srivastava gave. It has been three years since the National Education Policy (NEP) came into force on 20-20. He informed that the aim of the new education policy is to make everyone education, equality, quality, education to be borne by all, skill development to develop priority and entrepreneurship.

He said that the new National Education Policy is based on the human value of the Indian knowledge tradition, it includes major pillars of Indian knowledge tradition like Ayurveda Economics etc. This policy gives everyone the right to educate the entire nation as well as educate everyone. Every student gets frequent opportunities for reading as much as possible, this is its specialty. If the student leaves his studies in the middle for some reason, he will get credit in exchange for the course completed. He will be able to resume the place where he has left his studies.

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India towards becoming a world guru again….

Vice Chancellor Prof. Srivastava said that the new National Education Policy, which came in implementation from the year 2020, is a big step towards making India a world guru again. Currently, a large number of Indian students go to study in European countries with USA, but the results of this policy are now coming to light. 2500 students from 64 countries are getting education at Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Two universities in Australia are working with centers in the Gift City of the state of Gujarat. At the same time, IITs and IIMs have opened their campuses in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. State Press Club Madhya Pradesh President Praveen Kumar Khariwal, Vice Chancellor Prof. Srivastava was honored by giving Momento.

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