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India's Education and Skilling Initiatives

Session Report
Aqsa Qureshi

Dr Shobha started the session by troughing light on Contours of The Public Policy In India in the Amrit Kaal –  

She started by covering relevant points under- 

Evolution of Education Policy 

FLEXIBILITY: NO HARD BOUNDARIES 

It promotes critical thinking and is multi-disciplinarity. Includes vocational subjects and pick subjects beyond streams. 

Even in higher education system the pattern is as follows – 

Multiple Entry and Exit 

Major + Minor | Double Major-Major with Research-Doctorate after Major 

LEARNING BEYOND CLASSROOM: EXPLORE YOUR POTENTIAL 

Inter-disciplinarity 

MARKET ALIGNMENT (workforce readiness) 

– Industry specific interest-based courses class 6 onwards 

– Intenships with Practioners class 6 onwards 

-Internships after each year 

-Semester system starting from class onwards 

-Practioners to be appointed as Instructors 

Bringing everything under one platform  

ONE PLATEORM (digitization) 

– NAD 

-DIKSHA 

-PARAKH 

-NISHTHA – working on teachers training 

– SWAYAM- online cources 

-AICTE Artificial Intelligence Indian Language Translation Tool 

– UTSAH 

-PoP 

– NIPUN – Guidelines for National Mission for Foundational Literacy and Numeracy 

-VIDYA PRAVESH – Play Based School preparation Module 

GLOBALIZED SYSTEM 

(Connecting with the world: path to become VISHWAGURU) 

• Establishment of International Campuses 

• Establishment of International offices 

• Establishment of Alumni Connect Cell 

• Knowledge cell for Indian Knowledge System 

• Single Regulator for Regulation, Accreditation, Funding and Academic Standards : Light but Tight 

• Research Foundation 

IMPLEMENTATION 

(2030-40: THE DECADE OF OPERATIONS) 

Challenges to tackle for implementing policy- 

-Handholding Schools and HEls 

-Granting autonomy to top universities 

-Reducing the curriculum in Schools and College 

-Pledging resources 

-Encouraging use of technology in learning, assessment planning and administration. 

Acknowledgement: Aqsa Qureshi is a Research Intern at IMPRI.

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