The author examines the implications of FYUP on higher education and reflects on the NEP 2020 in this context.
The following article is a part of a series that attempts to understand the primary goals and principles that underline the NEP 2020.
From socialisation to school curriculum, from taboos on sex associated discussions to engaging cross gender interactions, the issues of masculinity and femininity need to be probed into.
The article looks at the National Education Policy 2020 with a critical perspective and raises some important questions around the promises it makes and the issues it leaves unresolved.
The article engages with the need to make school level science more inclusive and egalitarian and listen to the aspirations of children from diverse backgrounds.
An important goals of education is to lay the foundation for a society based on equality, peace and justice.
The Neo-liberal agenda has reduced the teacher into a facilitator or service-provider and the learner into a mere client.
Kerala’s historically consistent top rank in terms of its literacy rate has much to do with a sustained emphasis on democratising education and generating public awareness.
Education has to play a very significant role in building a society premised on the ethos of equality and justice.
The article looks at how the pandemic has opened up a plethora of challenges before the teaching community and even those who are soon to join the vocation.