New Education policy 2020: Higher education

Institutional Restructuring and Consolidation :

School students

The fragmentation of elevated education by transforming higher education institutions into large multidisciplinary universities, colleges, and HEL clusters Hubs, each of which will aim to have 3,000 or more students as well as sports, develop active research communities across disciplines including cross-disciplinary research. The ancient Indian universities Tashashila, Nalanda, Vallabhi, and Vikramshila, which had thousands of students from of great success that large multidisciplinary research and teaching universities could bring.

More Holistic and Multidisciplinary Education. The very idea that all branches of creative human endeavour, including mathematics, science, vocational subjects, professioal subjects, and soft skills should be considered ‘arts’, has distinctly Indian origins.

21st century capacities in fields across the arts, humanities, langages, sciences, social sciences and professional,technical, and vocational fields.

Imaginative and flexible curricular structures will enable creative combination os disciplines for study and would offer multiple entry and exit points, thus, removing currently prevalent rigid boundaries and creating new possibilities for life-long learning.

Department in Languages, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Indology, Art, Dance, Theatre, Education, Matheamatic, Statistics, Pure and Applied Sciences, Sociology, Economics, Sports, Translation and Interpretation, and other such subjects needed for a multidiscipinary stimulating Indian education and environment .

Valu-based education will include the development of humanistic, ethical, Constitutional, and universal human values of truth(satya), righteous conduct (drama), peace (shanti), love (prem), nonviolence (ahimsa).

Reference: http://National Education Policy 2020 (Thursday,30-July-2020 ) – (1.39 MB)

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