Manish Sisodia, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister on Thursday, notified that the NEP or new National Education Policy proposes a poorly-funded and highly-regulated education model. Moreover, it is either in dilemma or quiet on how the changes laid out in it will be accomplished.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader, Alluding to the new policy as a dynamic archive said it perceives the blemishes in the present education framework however couldn’t break liberated from the weights of old traditions. The NEP is a dynamic record yet there is no guide for its execution.
Sisodia said at a press that the country was sitting tight for a new education strategy for a long time. It is here at this point. It is a forward-looking record, which acknowledges the blemishes of the present instruction framework yet has two issues with it. It couldn’t break liberated from the weights of training’s old conventions and doesn’t state how the changes that it discusses will be accomplished.
He further added that the approach is either quiet or befuddled on these issues. The strategy suggests a profoundly directed and ineffectively subsidized training model. There is an endeavor to escape from the administration’s duty to give quality education in its schools.
On Wednesday he said that Teaching in the understudies’ native language or regional languages up to Class 5, bringing down the stakes of board exams, a solitary controller for advanced education establishments with the exception of law and medical colleges and normal passageway tests for colleges is a piece of the broad changes in the NEP disclosed
The deputy chief minister explained that Crucial educating in the first language or local dialects is a dynamic advance. They additionally welcome the focus on timely childhood education.
Sisodia, who is likewise the education minister of Delhi, stated that If there will be regular placement tests in colleges, for what reason do we need board tests? What is the requirement for duplication? A strategy, which is currently going to be set up for the following scarcely any decades, is totally quiet on sports. Replacing the 10+2 structure of the school educational programs with a 5+3+3+4 curricular structure relating to the 3-8, 8-11, 11-14, and 14-18 age bunches separately, rejecting M.Phil programs and executing basic standards for private and open advanced education establishments are among other striking highlights of the new arrangement.