The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has already initiated National Education Policy 2020 and is trying to make the educational institutions responsive to the needs of the student community.
The impact of National Education Policy and different educational institutions of Jammu and Kashmir are being reviewed at the highest level.
Recently LG Manoj Sinha launched key initiatives of National Education Policy-2020 today at an event held at Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Government PG College for Women, Gandhi Nagar.
In order to supplement the successful implementation of NEP-2020 in a paperless mode, various digital initiatives have been launched such as, e-Samarth portal, feedback portal, Biometric attendance portal, Sparrow portal, and Annual Transfer Portal to bring transparency and accountability in the department.
He underlined that Interdisciplinary curriculum and multi-disciplinary education are at the heart of National Education policy to train future innovators and leaders.
Environmental, scientific, technological transformation & globalisation has increased the pace of socio-economic changes. Problem-based learning will make the students familiar with real-world situations & develop thinking and creativity skills.
National Education Policy will play a significant role in making India a Knowledge super power. Since, the government educational institutions are equipped with requisite tools and resources at par with private institutions, we need to assess our national and global ranking and take corrective measures.