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New Education Policy To Play Vital Role In Emergence Of India As World Leader: Anil Sahastrabuddhe

He said that under the new education policy, students can learn in their native language.

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Gorakhpur:

National Education Technology Forum chairman Anil Sahastrabuddhe here on Saturday radiated confidence that India will become a world leader by the centenary of independence, for which new education policies will play a crucial role. “India will not only develop, but also lead the world towards the centenary of independence. The new education policy will play a crucial role in that as it aims at the overall development of students, society and the nation,” he said during a seminar. at Madan Mohan Malaviya University of Technology.

The event was held on the 53rd anniversary of the death of Mahant Digvijaynath and the eighth anniversary of the death of Mahant Avaidyanath. He remembered Swami Vivekananda and said that every child has talent that must be recognized and passed on. “In 1967, Mahant Digvijaynath raised the vote in parliament for an education system based on nationalism and now his thoughts can be seen in the new education police,” he said. “For the first time, such an education policy has been created that includes provisions that consider 2.5 lakh villages in India,” he added.

He said that under the new education policy, students can learn in their native language. “Students will study through games, stories and after grade 6, education policy emphasizes skills development. There is also a focus on teachers’ responsibilities,” he added.

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