One year of NEP 2020: PM Modi launches academic credit bank, NDEAR, and more

One Year of NEP 2020: Prime Minister launched multiple initiatives in the education sector including the Academic Bank of Credit and National Digital Education Architecture.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the country’s educational community today after a year of transformative reforms under NEP 2020.

Addressing the nation on Thursday afternoon, the Prime Minister first congratulated compatriots and all students on the completion of a year of the new National Education Policy. He said that teachers, school principals, and policymakers have worked very hard to put the national education policy on the ground.

“I would like to congratulate everyone on the fact that the new education policy has completed a year. Even in the midst of the pandemic, the policy is being implemented with the help of suggestions from more than hundreds of thousands of citizens, d teachers, autonomous bodies and by deploying a working group, progressively, ”Prime Minister Modi said.

He emphasized the creation of a new future and the achievement of new heights within the framework of the national education policy. Prime Minister Modi said the new “National Education Policy” assures young people that the country fully supports their morale. The newly launched artificial intelligence program will also steer our young people into the future, opening several avenues for an AI-driven economy, the prime minister said.

On this occasion, the Prime Minister launched multiple initiatives in the education sector, in particular the Academic Credit Bank, which will offer multiple entries and exit options to higher education students. It also launched the National Architecture for Digital Education in the field of education.

In a major announcement, PM Modi said 14 engineering schools in 8 states offer education in 5 different Indian languages, including Hindi-Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, and Bengali.

On July 29, 2020, the Indian government approved the New National Education Policy (NEP) to introduce several significant changes in the Indian education system from primary education to higher education levels.

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