Mumbai: The National Educational Policy (NEP) 2020 focuses on capacity building of students, teachers, and institutions, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said.
Speaking on the ‘National Education Policy – 2020: A Bright Future of Education’ webinar on Friday, the Union Minister expressed happiness over the nationwide approval of the new policy.
“NEP will focus on building capacity not only of students but also of teachers and institutions. This is the first time the entire nation is so excited about a policy. We have received more than 1.5 million suggestions for NEP and we are open. To hear more from the people of the country, ”Pokhriyal said.
“The government is seeking article-wise suggestions for the NEP and countries around the world have shown interest in the implementation of policing in their countries as well,” he said.
His comments came during the Bright Future of Education’s webinar on Friday.
The new National Education Policy (NEP), approved by the Union Cabinet on 29 July, is set for change with the vision of creating an education system that directly contributes to changing the country, providing high-quality education to all, and to India Creating a global knowledge superpower.