New National Education Policy 2020: The task of implementing the new education policy in the University of Delhi (DU) has been entrusted to the 42 member team.
Initially, a 30-member team was formed in the month of September. At that time, a faction of teachers had pointed fingers at the formation of the committee.
It was alleged that the teachers of SC, ST, OBC and Divyang classes are not represented in the committee. Perhaps this is the reason that now 12 members have been increased in the committee formed earlier.
DU administration said that Prof. of Management Studies Prof. Vivek Suneja has been appointed as the chairperson of the committee. The committee consists of professors of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics, Commerce, Education, Statistics. Apart from this, principals of various colleges have also been included in the committee.
This includes principals of colleges like Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Ramanujan College, Lady Shri Ram College, Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College, St. Stephen’s College, Hindu College, Acharya Narendra Dev, Janaki Devi Memorial College, Miranda House, Hansraj, Ramjas etc. Now the names of the Academic Council are more in the 12 names issued.
- Tips on implementing new education policy.
- Explores economic and administrative aspects.
- Explain the changes to be made in the current curricula in the context of the new education policy.
- Identification of possible changes in examination schedules.
- An investigation into the effects that regular, distance learning students have on reading.
- The National Education Policy was made in 1986, after which many major changes have been made.
- Big and renowned universities all over the world will be able to build their own campuses in the country.
- The target of enrollment in higher education is 50 percent by 2035.
- Under the new education policy, the guidelines to be given to students up to 5th standard in all schools will be in mother tongue or regional language.
- Subject details will be given in classes 6 to 8.
- Coding will be taught to students from class 6 onwards.