New Education Policy 2020 is viewed to take india as a “Global Knowledge Super Power”. The New Education Policy (NEP) policy approved by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday is expected to bring major changes including allowing top foreign universities to set up campuses to India, a greater proportion of students getting vocational education and a move towards institutes including IITs turning multi-disciplinary.
The policy focus on making “India a global knowledge superpower”.One of the stated aims of the policy is “deep-rooted pride” in being Indian, not only in thought, but also in spirit, intellect, and deeds, as well as to develop knowledge, skills, values, and dispositions that support responsible commitment to human rights, sustainable development and living, and global well-being.The policy focus on “light but tight” regulation by a single regulator for higher education as well as o increased access, equity, and inclusion.
The NEP lays down that by 2040, all higher education institutions (HEIs) must aim to become multidisciplinary institutions, each of which will aim to have 3,000 or more students. There shall, by 2030, be at least one large multidisciplinary institution in or near every district. The focus is to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio in higher education including vocational education from 26.3% to 50% by 2035.
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