Vice Chancellor of Jadavpur University Suranjan Das, retired professor and TMC MP Sougata Roy, and educationist Pabitra Sarkar are among those who form a part of the panel
Teaching the mother tongue or regional language upto Class 5 and lowering the stakes of board exams are part of the new reforms of the NEP unveiled last week
Two groups are not pleased with the new National Education Policy (NEP): The Communists and the Islamists.
NEP 2020: Quality of Anganwadi Centres to determine success of policy paving way for inclusive education
While many AWCs have fared well with respect to healthcare for mothers and infants, helped support parents and build communities, providing critical nutrition and health awareness, but their success is not quite impressive when it comes to the educational aspects of early childhood care and education.
From doubling enrolment rates to increasing Budget allocation, NEP 2020 could prove transformational
The reforms embedded in the National Education Policy 2020 represent an overhaul of the current education system and could usher in a better tomorrow for the country
NEP 'groundbreaking', but 'devil is in details', say academicians; call for full implementation of reforms
Centre introduced the new NEP on Wednesday which included lowering stakes of board exams, allowing foreign universities to set up campuses in India, and a single regulator for higher education institutions
The new National Education Policy (NEP) approved by the Cabinet on Wednesday seeks to entirely overhaul the system through various reforms.