New Education Policy Aims for children says PM Narendra Modi

On the occasion of India's 74th Independence Day , Prime Minister Narendra Modi shed light on the National Education Policy, or NEP, and said that the finest new education policy aims to attract youngsters with moral roots while making them global citizens. Delivering his seventh straight Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday shed light on the National Education Policy, or NEP and said that the New education policy aims to attach our youngsters with their roots while making them global citizens. 

Highlighting the importance of education in building ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat’ (self-reliant India), PM Modi said, “Education is of great importance in building self-reliant India, in building modern India, in building new India, in building prosperous and prosperous India. With this thinking, the country possesses a replacement National Education Policy”. “The involve ‘Aatma-nirbhar Bharat’ (self-reliant India) has captured people's imagination and become a ‘mantra’ for everyone”, PM Modi added in his address to the state on the occasion of India's 74th Independence Day . A day earlier, President Ram Nath Kovind in his address to the state on the eve of 74th Independence Day said that the new National Education Policy spells a long-term vision with far-reaching impact and can transform future challenges into opportunities by developing a top quality education system.

He said the new policy will strengthen the culture of inclusion, innovation and institution. "I am confident that this policy would be implemented, a replacement quality education system are going to be developed and this may transform the longer term challenges into opportunities, paving the way for a replacement India. 

Our youth are going to be ready to freely choose their subjects consistent with their interests and skills ," Kovind said. "They would have a opportunity to understand their potential. Our future generations won't only be ready to get employment on the strength of such develop but also will create employment opportunities for others," he added. President Kovind, while talking about the future impact of latest policy, said that, "The NEP spells a long-term vision with far-reaching impact. it'll strengthen the culture of 'inclusion', 'innovation' and 'institution' within the sphere of education.” “Imparting education within the maternal language has been given emphasis so as to assist young minds grow spontaneously. this may strengthen Indian languages also because the unity of the country. Youth empowerment is important for building a robust nation. The National Education Policy may be a right step during this direction," he added. 

The NEP approved by the govt last month replaces the 34-year-old National Policy on Education framed in 1986 and is aimed toward paving the way for transformational reforms in class and better education systems to form India a worldwide knowledge superpower.

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