OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE NEW EDUCATION POLICY
Dr. Manisha S. Sontakke
The whole world is changing rapidly today in the realm of knowledge. Mechanical learning and artificial intelligence are gaining importance today. Therefore with a view to make the existing education system more flexible in the country, the Central Government of India has launched a New Education Policy. The new Education policy aims to transforming reform in school and higher education system in the country. The policy is based on foundational five pillars of Affordability, Accessibility, Quality, Equality and Responsibility. Creating on â€œEqual Justice Conscious Knowledge Societyâ€ and not just students thoughts but we are proud to be Indian in intellect, intuition and action. We pursue this policy with the vision of sustainable development and well-being, that the policy was formulated. While implementing this policy in the future, along with new opportunities in the field of education many questions will also arise. Therefore, this policy needs to be studied from both positive and negative side.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Socio-Economic and Environmental Outlook(SEEO)
Published on : 2022-05-24