To assess the progress and successful implementation of the National Education Policy 2020 (NEP), a significant meet is scheduled to take place in Delhi on July 29-30. The event, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will witness the participation of various stakeholders in the education sector, from schools to top research institutes.
The meet aims to showcase innovative approaches and how they can be linked to the industry, fostering a transformative and robust education system in India.
Union Minister of State for Education Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, highlighted that the National Education Policy places a strong emphasis on connecting industry with research and innovation.
The objective is to revamp the education system and develop essential skills that align with the changing demands of the world. The meet will demonstrate how innovations, such as green hydrogen usage and driverless cars, can be integrated into the industry landscape to drive growth and progress.
One of the key aspirations of the NEP is to internationalise India’s education system. The policy aims to unlock the creative potential of every individual student and foster an inclusive learning environment.
By encouraging creative thinking and problem-solving abilities, the NEP seeks to create a dynamic educational ecosystem that nurtures talent and fosters excellence.