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Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about the new education policy. He said that the goal of the new education policy 2020 is to prepare employment seekers instead of job seekers and to try to change the purpose and content of the country’s education system.

Modi was addressing the finale of the fourth ‘Smart India Hackathon’. He said that in the new Education Policy -2020 announced earlier this week, emphasis has been laid on inter-subject study, which will ensure that the student who wants to learn has full attention. The goal of this policy is to take the burden off the students and motivate them to learn useful things in life.

Increase admission to higher education by 2035 The Prime Minister said that a major goal of the new education policy is to make  accessible to all. The goal of this policy is to increase the average admission in higher education to 50 percent by 2035.

Modi said, “It is not just a policy document but a reflection of the aspirations of over 130 crore Indians.” You must also be looking around you, even today many children feel that they are tested on the basis of a subject in which they are not interested. When there is pressure from parents, relatives, friends, then they start reading topics chosen by others. “

The attitude will change through new education policy He said, “This trend has given the country a very large population, which is educated, but most of what they have read, it does not work.” She feels an incompleteness in herself even after the degree of degrees. Efforts are being made to change this attitude through the new education policy, the shortcomings of earlier are being removed. There is now a systematic improvement in the education system of India, an attempt to change both the purpose and content of education.

Prepared keeping in mind the thinking of youth The Prime Minister said that the new education policy -2020 has been prepared keeping in mind the thinking of the 21st century youth of our country, their needs, their hopes, expectations and aspirations.

21st century is a work of knowledge He said, “Not everyone comes from the same size (clothes or shoes). A subject does not decide who you are. There is no limit to discovering new ones. There are many examples in human history that have done very well in different fields. Be it Aryabhatta or Leonardo da Vinci, Helen Keller or Gurudev Rabindranath Thakur. “

Addressing the students, he said, “21st century is a work of knowledge. It is a time to focus on learning, research and innovation. This is what India’s new education policy, 2020 does. We are focusing on the quality of education in India. Our effort is to make our education system the most modern and better for our students. “

Out of the burden of school settlements Modi said, “The new policy is about the spirit that shows that we are getting out of the burden of school settlements, which are not required outside the school, we are moving towards that process of learning which life I am helpful in learning to think rationally instead of just rote. To give a better life to the poor, the role of the youth is very important in achieving the goal of easy access to life. ”

Our country is called the ‘superpower’ of knowledge in the world Earlier this week, the Central Cabinet announced the new education policy-2020, and changed the country’s 34-year-old education policy made in 1986. The goal of the new policy is to make such reforms in the schools and higher education system of India that our country is called the ‘superpower’ of knowledge in the world.

Talk of same entrance exam Under the education policy, children up to the fifth standard will be educated in their mother tongue or regional language, the importance of board examinations has been reduced to some extent, the provision of a single regulator of higher education in all subjects other than law and medical colleges. It is also said that there is a similar entrance examination for admission to universities 

5 + 3 + 3 + 4 structure implemented in the new policy
Changing the structure of the old policy to 10 + 2 (up to class X, then up to class XII), the framework of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 has been implemented in the new policy. The age limit for this has been fixed at 3-8 years, 8-11 years, 11-14 years and 14-18 years respectively. M.Phil has been abolished and similar rules have been made for private and government higher education institutions.

India’s languages ​​will move forward
In his address, Prime Minister Modi said, “Now the changes brought in the education policy, the languages ​​of India will progress, they will be further developed. It will not only increase the knowledge of India, but will also increase the unity of India.

Smart India Hackathon
Hackathon is a non-stop competition to create or develop a digital product, which is organized by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development every year. In this, problems are put before the students of the field of technology and technology, which they have to find something new, out of the box. (With language input


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