New Education Policy: Here is how Exam and academic system will change

The new education policy has been approved in the Modi cabinet meeting held on Wednesday. After 34 years, changes have been made in education policy.

New Education Policy: Here is how Exam and academic system will change

New Delhi: The new education policy has been approved in the Modi cabinet meeting held on Wednesday. After 34 years, changes have been made in education policy. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar gave this information. He told that after three decades India’s new education policy has come. Major changes have been made in the school-college system.

Ministry of Education:

Ministry of Human Resource Development had proposed to change the current name of the Ministry to Ministry of Education. Modi Government approved this proposal. Along with this, the cabinet has also approved the new education policy. After which now there will be only one regulatory body for the entire higher education sector. So that the disruption in the education sector can be ended.

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New changes in Education Policy:

The new education policy has changed a lot from primary classes to board exams, from report cards to UG mode of admission and MPhil. So let us tell you what changes are going to happen after the implementation of this new education policy and how it will affect the education of children.

The biggest feature of this policy is that school and higher education as well as vocational education such as legal education, medical education, agricultural education, and technical education have been brought under its purview. The purpose of which is to connect students directly to a life school along with studies.

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At the same time, art, craft, sports, yoga and music were taught as their extra curricular or co-curricular, but in the new education policy, all these are part of the main course will be called extra curricular.

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Students can take break from a regular course:

Under the new education policy, if a student wants to take a second course in the middle of the course, he can take a break from the first course for a limited time. The government said that under the current system, if a student cannot study further after studying engineering for four years or after studying six semesters, then he has no option. The student gets out of the system.

New result system:

Under the new system, the student will be able to get certificate after one year, diploma after two years, degree after three or four years. According to the government, under Multiple Entry Through Bank of Credit, the student’s first and second year credits will be credited through DigiLocker.

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