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Post by: Komal Chautala on October 07, 2014, 06:40:57 AM
People's suggestions to be taken for New Education Policy, says HRD Minister Smriti Irani

 Monday, 6 October 2014 - 4:35pm IST | Place: GUWAHATI | Agency: PTI
The Centre would invite suggestions from students, teachers and parents for the proposed New  Education Policy, the process of which will begin from next year, Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Zubin Irani said on Monday.

"For the New Education Policy, we will go to all the states. We will invite suggestions from students, teachers and parents for it and will discuss with them how this policy should be," Irani said at a function here.

The government would use all the media -- print, electronic and Internet -- for engaging the society in the process, she said.

Stating that all the past education policies were framed by educationists and academicians, she said for whom such a policy mattered most were never associated. Irani, however, added: "I am not here to blame the past.

I am here to frame the course for the future." The minister said the process for the  New Education Policy for the country will begin from next year. India had last formulated the National Education Policy in 1986.
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Post by: Komal Chautala on November 16, 2014, 09:19:35 AM
NDA's new education policy to come out by 2015, Smriti Irani says
Binay Singh,TNN | Nov 16, 2014, 04.28 AM IST

VARANASI: Union HRD minister Smriti Irani said on Saturday that her ministry was looking forward to bring about more transparency in formulating the education policy by involving common people in the decision making process.

"Till now, the country's education policy has been determined by some handful of experts only. But things would change soon. Next year, when the new education policy will be prepared discussions will not be confined to the experts alone but the opinion of those living in villages will also be solicited," Irani said while speaking at the inaugural function of a two-day seminar organised at the Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith by the Mahamana Madanmohan Malaviya Institute of Hindi Journalism in association with the Bharatiya Itihas Sankalan Samiti.

Speaking about the Udaan project she launched on Friday in New Delhi, Irani said, "It would provide free online resources to girl students of Class XI and Class XII to prepare for admission tests of premier engineering colleges."

The HRD minister added: "The aim is to enrich and enhance teaching and learning of science and mathematics at senior secondary level by providing free and online resources to everyone, with a focus on special incentives and support to 1,000 selected disadvantaged girls per year. The project would specially focus at addressing the low enrolment ratio of girl students in prestigious technical institutions and to enable girl students to receive special incentives and support so that they can join these institutions and go on to take leadership roles in the future."

Speaking on the occasion, MGKV vice-chancellor Prithvish Nag highlighted the features of the university founded by Mahatma Gandhi. He also urged the HRD minister to declare MGKV as an institution of national importance. The function was also addressed by senior RSS functionaries Bal Mukund and Krishna Gopal, who highlighted the multi-dimensional personality of Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya.
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Post by: Komal Chautala on December 08, 2014, 06:43:54 AM
New edn policy should address challenges'
IANS  |  7th December 2014
New Delhi: The government proposes to formulate a new education policy to reportedly take on the challenges posed by lack of quality, research and innovation in Indian institutions of learning. Experts, who term the current policy as "outdated" and "not equipped" to face modern-day challenges, feel the new policy should lay down a clear roadmap for the nation if it is to develop into a knowledge society.

They opine that for India to develop as a knowledge society, its education policy should be inclusive, addressing issues from pre-school till the highest levels and also lay stress on basic skills at an early level.

Ambarish Rai, national convenor of NGO Right to Education Forum, said the last education policy was formulated more than 20 years ago and it was time for a new "comprehensive policy".

"The challenges facing the country have changed since the last policy. Inequalities in education have increased, and presently, six million children remain out of schools. Thousands of children can be seen out of schools," Rai told IANS.

"We need a comprehensive education policy -- addressing issues from the pre-school till the highest level," he added.

The National Education Policy, 1986 (modified in 1992) laid stress on the need for a radical reconstruction of the education system, to improve its quality at all stages, and gave much greater attention to science and technology, the cultivation of moral values and a closer relation between education and the life of the people.

Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani recently raised the matter at a conference highlighting the ministry's initiatives. "India now needs a new education policy in which a discussion on academic merit - which course should be taught in which way - will also be included."

"We are trying that this deliberation on the national education policy begins across the country from January 2015, and the views of all stakeholders - on which course should be structured in which way - will also be taken," she said.

Sourav Banerjee, literacy director at Room To Read (India), agreed that the current education policy was "outdated" and "not equipped" to adequately address present-day challenges.

"The current policy talks of almost everything without any clear focus, priority and roadmap. There are no quantifiable outcomes against which progress can be tracked or measured," he said.

"It also does not specify the responsibility and accountability of the various stakeholders in the process of delivering edu
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Post by: Baljit NABHA on January 27, 2015, 03:43:47 PM
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Post by: Komal Chautala on January 27, 2015, 07:27:13 PM
Govt launches consultations for drafting of new education policy
PTI | Jan 27, 2015, 10.10 AM IST

NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday launched the exhaustive exercise for holding consultations aimed at the drafting of a new national education policy and invited suggestions and discussions towards that end.

The launch was announced in all dailies across the country on Tuesday with the public being asked to participate in the process on the website http://www.mygov.in.

"Suggestions are invited on 33 themes identified for discussions. Consultations will start soon from villages, block and districts to state and national level," said advertisements appearing in the dailies.

"The objective is to formulate a new education policy for the country through an inclusive, participatory and holistic approach.

"The government would like to bring out a National Education Policy to meet the changing dynamics of the population's requirement with regards to quality education, innovation and research," said a note on the website.

The aim of the initiative is to make India a knowledge superpower by equipping its students with the necessary skills and knowledge and to eliminate the shortage of manpower in science, technology, academics and industry, it added.

People giving suggestions on the website would have to join a group. The group consists of tasks and discussions. Tasks are both online and on-the-ground. The discussions would enable participants to share their thoughts and ideas.

The National Policy on Education was framed in 1986 and modified in 1992. Since then, several changes have taken place that have seen calls for a revision of the policy.

HRD minister Smriti Irani had earlier said that the consultation process would be exhaustive in nature and, unlike previous years when only a few officials were involved, all stakeholders, starting from childen and parents from the village to the block level, would be involved in the exercise.

The process could take as long as a year.
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Post by: Baljit NABHA on February 03, 2015, 09:20:17 PM
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Post by: Komal Chautala on February 05, 2015, 07:06:09 PM
Education policy to be by Aug: Govt to NCERT

FEB 04, 2015
NCERT  New Delhi, Feb 3 (PTI) The government today asked NCERT to complete the process of consultations on the new education policy with stakeholders by August and submit a report to it by September.
HRD Minister Smriti Irani also favoured publication of a book by NCERT portraying the life of great freedom fighters.
Chairing a general council meeting of the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT), she called upon the states and all the stakeholders to give their suggestions on the new education policy.
With the deliberation on the policy kicking off on January 26, she said NCERT should also reach out to various stakeholders seeking their feedbacks and aspirations.

“This exercise is to be completed by August and the report submitted by September 2015,” an official statement said.
Irani also accepted suggestions for publishing a book which celebrates the achievements of women in their chosen fields.
During the deliberation, she said NCERT in consultation with the Ministry of Defence should publish a book that contains a collection of eminent freedom fighters of the country and it should be named as Veer Gaatha, officials in the HRD Ministry said.
She, however, did not name the freedom fighters who would find a place in the book.

PTI
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Post by: Hannibal on March 30, 2015, 06:39:15 PM
National education policy by Nov: Smriti

Swayam project
The minister informed students about the Centre's Swayam project under which they had a chance to do 80 online diploma and certificate courses free of cost
She listed a few of them, including farm technology, sericulture and mushroom cultivation.

Jalandhar, March 29
Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani today said that the Centre was in the process of amending the National Education Policy that was framed about 30 years ago.
Irani, who was here for a convocation ceremony at KMV College, said the process of gathering online feedback from the public had already begun.
The minister said the policy, which would be amended to promote holistic education in the changing scenario, would be finalised by November so that it could come into effect from December onwards.
At the function, she interacted with the gold medallist students asking them about their aims and ambitions.
The actor-turned-politician even interacted with the girls outside the vocational centre opened at the campus. The girls said they wanted to pursue these courses but were bound by limited resources. The minister informed them about the Centre’s Swayam project in which they had a chance to do 80 online diploma and certificate courses free of cost. She listed a few of them, including farm technology, sericulture, mushroom cultivation and garage mechanics.
Irani denied reports about her “bad equation” with party chief Amit Shah, which had surfaced recently after she was dropped from the national executive.
On her political rival and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s sabbatical, she said he would have to respond to the people of his constituency Amethi. She feigned ignorance when asked for comments on the displeasure expressed by the authorities of the National University of Education, Planning and Administration over not involving them in the framing of new education policy.
Irani did not respond to the media on certain uncomfortable questions pertaining to her tiff with IIT board members over directors’ selections and her plans to introduce mother tongue as the medium of education.
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Post by: Hannibal on April 11, 2015, 04:31:10 AM
Centre to finalise new educational policy soon: HRD minister Smriti Irani
Apr 10, 2015 20:07 IST

Human resource development minister Smriti Irani said the central government was in the process of finalizing a new educational policy of soon. Addressing students at the local National Institute of Technology on Friday, she said there was huge gap between the country's educational system and industry that badly needed “world-class expertise”.

Irani, who is on a visit here in connection with the Umang “techno festival” at the institute, had long chats with the students and sought their views on various issues. “This gap (between the educational system and industry) must be closed,” she said and sought the cooperation and opinion of people on how to frame a new educational policy for the next generation.

Asking students to prepare themselves for a “new India”, she said: “The 'Make in India' campaign is going to change the concept of the nation and I'm hopeful it has reached the minds of the people. The new NDA government at center had been doing a lot for ending the un-employment and trying its best to provide skill development based projects to the youth. Such projects will be launched all over India and will be help young people to stand on their feet.”

Hamirpur MP Anurag Thakur said that the BJP led central government was “all set to help the people to stand on their feet.” “The country's youth will be given preference in every field of life so that they were able to stand on their feet. Youngsters should channelize their energy for national reconstruction rather than indulging in anti national and anti social working.”

Senapati GopalaKrishnan, the chairman of the institute's board of governors, hailed the initiatives taken by the new central government for the youth of country while director Rajnish Srivastva gave details on the activities being undertaken by the institute.
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Post by: EDUCATION on May 09, 2015, 07:04:14 PM
Can some one provide education policy 2003 of Punjab state.
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Post by: SHANDAL on June 02, 2015, 11:28:02 AM
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Post by: Hannibal on June 22, 2015, 05:50:12 PM
India does not need new education policy, say experts
Some of India's most renowned education experts have reportedly opined that there is very little evidence to back the government's decision to revamp the nation's education policy.


New Delhi: Some of India's most renowned education experts have reportedly opined that there is very little evidence to back the government's decision to revamp the nation's education policy.

Participating in a recent roundtable conducted by CUTS International Public Policy Centre (CIPPolC), the experts reportedly arrived at a consensus that earlier polices related to education have already spelt out concerns relevant even today.

They said what was needed was an implementation strategy.

For this, they said there is a need to focus on credible data collection at all levels of the education system.

Prof SK Thorat, Chairman, Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) said India should have a similar system as UK's educational statistical institute.

He also stressed that in the Indian context there is also a need to have a National Education Commission which should conduct in-depth assessment of the requirements of the educational system.

Prof Thorat chaired the roundtable while C Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor, OP Jindal Global University; Prof JS Rajput, former Chairman NCTE & NCERT; and Sanjay Bhargava, chairman Shiksha Mandal Wardha, a Bajaj education trust, were the key catalysts at the roundtable.

The discussion also significantly dealt with the question of India having the need for-profit entities in the education sector.

There was a divided house on this issue. While C Raj Kumar stated that education worldwide is run by non-profit entities, some other experts opined that it is for profit entities which alone can provide for the expansion and quality provided it is accompanied by effective but not excessive regulation.

Currently, even though India has the largest private sector participation in education, it does not work because of excessive controls.

Sajaya Bhargava said that decisions on starting and expanding an institution should be left to institutions, especially for institutions with a good track record.

Speaking on merit of earlier polices, Professor Rajput suggested that common school system as recommended by Kothari Commission (1968) should be put in place.

Some of the other important issues that were dealt with included lack of philanthropic involvement in education and the need to include even pre-primary education within the fold of education system in India.

Some of the key recommendations included need to have student feedback on teachers, doing away with restrictive labour polices to boost skill development, need to have capable leaders at the helm of institutions and reform of UGC by involving states in its governing body.

Pradeep Mehta, Secretary General of CUTS International, delivered the concluding remarks.

The roundtable was attended by representatives of academia, policy makers, researchers, civil society, UN agencies and NSDC, amongst others.

ANI
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Post by: Hannibal on September 03, 2015, 06:06:47 PM
Irani invites suggestions on new education policy

New Delhi, Sept 3 (PTI) HRD Minister Smriti Irani today invited suggestions from teachers and students of CBSE schools on the new national education policy, the draft of which is expected to be prepared by the year end.

Presenting the CBSE awards to teachers ahead of the national teacher's day celebrations on September 5, the Minister also favoured introduction of three new award categories including a category that recognises a teacher's achievement in promoting education in rural areas.

"CBSE should also be involved in drafting the new national education policy and should ask the students and teachers about their views, the inputs of which should be collected by November 15," she said at the award function.

The new education policy seeks to involve stakeholders from cross sections of the society including the teachers and students, the consultation process of which has began from January this year.

Hailing the achievements of the teachers who were felicitated at the event, she asked CBSE to constitute three award categories, felicitating teachers who promote performing arts, who venture beyond the classrooms and promote innovation and those who promote teaching in rural areas.

Thirty-four teachers from across the country and abroad were conferred the CBSE award for their innovations in classroom teaching.

The selection of the awardees is based on the academic efficiency and desire for improvement, genuine interest and reputation in the community, love for children, perseverance and commitment towards the field of education.

Sixteen mentors were also awarded for collaboration and handholding through regular visits to clusters of schools for promoting quality.

The Mentors awards recognise principals who go an extra mile in their endeavour to promote excellence.

Mentors are selected on the basis of their training experience, professional guidance, positive role-modelling, collaboration with mentee schools and initiating innovative practices.

These awards consist of a Merit certificate, a shawl and a cash prize of Rs 50,000.

The process of selection is both rigorous and transparent.
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26 मई से पहले देश के सामने होगी नई शिक्षा नीति: स्मृति ईरानी

नई दिल्ली: देश की मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्री स्मृति ईरानी ने आज इंडिया टीवी के मेगा कान्क्लेव शो संवाद के माध्यम से बताया कि मोदी सरकार 26 मई से पहले देश को नई शिक्षा नीति की सौगात दे देगी। उन्होंने कहा, “नई शिक्षा नीति के अंतर्गत एनसीआरटी (NCERT) शिक्षा तंत्र में आ रही तमाम मुश्किलों को दूर करने की कोशिश करेगा। मुझसे स्टूडेंट खुद आकर कहते हैं कि उन्हें रैनिसेंस के बारे में पता है लेकिन महाराणा प्रताप के बारे में नहीं।”

मोदी सरकार के दो साल पूरे होने पर इंडिया टीवी द्वारा आयोजित संवाद मेगा कान्क्लेव शो में स्मृति ईरानी ने केंद्र सरकार के प्रदर्शन पर अपना पक्ष रखा। जेएनयू विवाद से जुड़े मसले पर सवाल पूछे जाने पर उन्होंने कहा कि उनके मंत्रालय ने कभी भी विश्व विद्यालय के मसलों पर हस्तक्षेप नहीं किया। उन्होंने कहा कि इंग्लिश में इसके लिए दो शब्द हैं, पहला इन्यूडो और दूसरा है जिसमें एक राजनैतिक संदेश छिपा होता है प्लांटेड न्यूज़। इन दो शब्दों ने उनकी उपलब्धियों को प्रभावित किया है।

ईरानी ने कहा, “मेरे विचार से लोग समझते हैं कि मैं किसी को भी कोर्ट में नहीं खींच सकती हूं, क्योंकि कानून और व्यवस्था मानव संसाधन एवं विकास मंत्रालय के अंतर्गत नहीं आता है।”

उन्होंने कहा, “जैसा कि जेएनयू का मामला न्यायालय के समक्ष है, और इस मंत्रालय की मंत्री होने के नाते मेरे लिए इस पर कोई बयान देना उचित नहीं होगा। जिस किसी ने भी इसे राजद्रोह का मामला बताया है उसे यह अदालत में साबित करना होगा। इसका दूसरा सच यह भी है कि अगर आप बेल ऑर्डर की कॉपी देखें तो आप पाएंगे कि जज ने उस भावना को अभिव्यक्त किया है जो देश के लोगों की आवाज को प्रभावित करती है। फैसले की कॉपी में जो बयान है वो मेरा नहीं है जज का है।“

हैदराबाद के दलित छात्र रोहित वेमुला की मौत पर उन्होंने कहा, “मैं जो कुछ भी आम लोगों के सामने कहा है मैने उसके पक्ष में सदन में तथ्य रखे हैं, पेश किए हैं, यही कारण है कि सदन में मेरे खिलाफ प्रिविलेज मोशन पास नहीं हुआ।”

स्मृति ईरानी ने इस दौरान कांग्रेस उपाध्यक्ष राहुल गांधी पर भी तंज कसा। उन्होंने कहा कि वो विश्वविद्यालय और कानून निर्माताओं से संबंधित जिन पत्रों की सीरीज का जिक्र कर रहे थे उसमें उनकी पार्टी के एक नेता का भी नाम शामिल था।

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प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी की डिग्री के बारे में सवाल पूछे जाने पर उन्होंने कहा कि अगर आप थर्ड पार्टी बनकर विश्वविद्यालय से संपर्क साधते हैं तो विश्वविद्यालय की यह जिम्मेदारी बनती है कि वो कंडीडेट की निजता की रक्षा करे। उन्होंने कहा कि लेकिन जब यह मसला पब्लिक डोमेन में आया हमारे पार्टी अध्यक्ष ने इच्छा से डिग्रियां सार्वजनिक कर दीं यहां तक कि विश्व विद्यालय प्रशासन ने भी इन दस्तावेजों को सही बताया। 

शिक्षा के भगवाकरण के आरोपों पर बोलते हुए उन्होंने कहा, “अगर यहां पर मेरी जगह मेरी पार्टी का और भी कोई सदस्य बतौर एचआरडी मिनिस्टर होता तो उस पर भी यही आरोप लगते।”

तकनीकी शिक्षा को बढ़ावा दिए जाने संबंधी प्रश्न पर ईरानी ने कहा कि इस सरकार ने उन्नत भारत अभियान को लोगों के सामने रखा, इसके अंतर्गत आईआईटी, आईआईएम और सेंट्रल यूनीवर्सिटी देशभर के 90 जिलों से पांच गांवों को गोद लेंगे, ताकि तकनीकी शिक्षा और तकनीकी जानकारी को बूस्ट किया जा सके। उन्होंने यहां पर सरकारी पहलों का अनुकरण करने के लिए निजी संस्थानों से भी अपील की।

नई शिक्षा नीति पर बात करते हुए ईरानी ने कहा, “कक्षा 1 से 8 तक के बच्चों को बिना किसी बाधा के प्रमोट किया जाता है और वो 9वीं और 10वीं में आकर फेल हो जाता है यह एक बड़ी चुनौती है। इस तरह की आशंका तमाम राज्यों ने साझा की है।”

उन्होंने कहा कि राज्य सरकारों के अधीन आने वाले एजुकेशन एजवाइजरी बोर्डों को सलाह दी गई है कि वो इस नीति को खत्म करें। उन्होंने कहा कि जहां तक बात शिक्षा के भगवाकरण की है तो साल 2005 में जो नेशनल करिकुलम फ्रेम तैयार किया गया था उसमें बदलाव नहीं किया गया है।   
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