National Education Policy

NEP 2020 will focus on the safety and security of school-going girls both inside and outside of the campus

Education on revamp mode in Meghalaya

उनको आत्म निर्भर बनाने की चुनौती को स्वीकारना होगा

More emphasis  will have to be given to admitting post-graduate and PhD students from abroad

Synergy from all institutions, academia and the students will be helpful for expeditious implementation of NEP 2020

The new National Education Policy is a means to fulfilling new aspirations, new opportunities of a new India

The NEP-2020 has the potential to transform the education system of India

Less than 5 percent of the workforce in India received formal vocational education

Education policy and education system are important means of fulfilling the aspirations of the country

Education is on the concurrent list and therefore NEP needed a consensus from States for a national acceptance

National Education Policy will bring about a paradigm shift in the country’s education system

Inclusion of Occupational Therapy in Health Policies among Other Demands of AIOTA

Indus Action aims to enrol one million underprivileged students in high-quality private schools by 2020