There have been extensive discussions around the implications of the NEP, here is an intricate reading of the document in the context of India’s prevalent academic culture.
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This article aims to bring to light the missing debate around NEP, highlighting the malaise of managerialism and its impact on teachers and the practice of teaching.
By legitimising privatisation in the education sector, the NEP 2020 is scripting a new India with varied imaginations and trajectories.
A growing obsession with grades and certificates goes against the free-spirited eagerness to learn with interest and turns children into docile and disinterested consumers of knowledge.
This article takes an introductory look at the NPE 2020 in the wider context of school education policy-making in India.
After the introduction of NEP 2020, many organisations affiliated to the RSS have shown their happiness and approval of the much awaited document.
Key Takeaways from the NEP: Multidisciplinary Approach, Emphasis On Skills and Building of Specialisations
From a single regulator in higher education to a multidisciplinary approach, the NEP plans to transform the educational landscape of India.
Can we imagine the university space beyond the hegemony of graded hierarchies, an obsession with degrees and qualifications to make it creative, holistic and enduring?