Ever have this thought how beautiful it would have been if the concepts of coding were introduced in the sixth standard after all calculus remains of no use in the world where cloud-computing along with digital marketing plays a major role today because these courses are coined as the money minted sources?
What is India New Education Policy 2020?
National educational policy is determined as they are good and are known for nurturing true talents because who could have ever thought that one would get the option of studying bakery with science too or even consider food technology as the budding aspiring option that would allow one to become the leading masters of food processing giant companies.
The all-new option of facilitating a “5+3+3+4” designed curriculum has been a different one because it allows the students to choose whatever subject that they feel like to choose.
For example, if a student opted for the B.tech program and then he wishes to drop down from it after the first year then he will be allotted a certificate whereas if he wishes to change in the second year then he might be allotted a diploma and his credits would be transferred to his new course.
This new education policy has fixed the bachelor’s degree of four years that allows one to upgrade his own set of skills without indulging in the numerous baseless options.
Just imagine the fluidity of practical approach would be imparted towards the kids of the primary standard as they will have ten-bag fewer days where the private schools affiliated to CBSE would impart them more about the vocational training courses.
In an easy explanation, it will diminish the stereotypical thinking of people that always forecasted the vocational work below themselves.
New Education Policy 2020 Aims
Those days will vanish when the work of a plumber was cast as the work of the people belonging lower class.
As this new education policy aims in narrowing down the widened gap between the stereotypical thought process of the people as it will train the primary students to nurture their creativity skills by enrolling into the gardening, cooking and much more vocational training courses maybe also in wielding the electric circuit of the houses.
“Say no to route learning and yes to understanding”– All new phenomenal approach of this policy.
Remember those days when rote learning a day before the exam helped in getting good grades but often brought anxiety issues to those who couldn’t score well?
Yes, you must have, after all our whole generation has suffered the plight of being molded as machines that delivered the right set of answers instead of reasoning them, and perhaps this is the foremost reason why Indians lacked in the areas that seek logical reasoning.
Self-analysis is prioritized for the long-run well-being of an individual
How difficult it was to face reprimands from our teachers especially when the grades didn’t come good or the magnitude of humiliation that we faced when the average percentile of ours was compared to the topper of the class?
Those were the appalling but memorable days that we all lived but while working into the corporate sector we realized that marks didn’t matter the way skills did.
After the post-graduation, a student is entailed to make his career path without glancing back or even taking the advice of a career expert because that particular age group is enough for one to determine his/her areas of interest that would fuel his aspirations to become an expert.
But in the last few years, a reputed survey has found that most of the employees prefer to switch job roles after some time owing to the lack of interest or arising fear of securities that nudges them in the corner where they either prefer to live a life only on the purpose of earning or accept the non-conventional career path where the salary might be lower but happiness will surely fall in their path.
This one is the major setback that the older education policy tried to impose over the others and also let one become more persistent with what was happening to them remained accepted by them because the dreams of bagging golden opportunities and attaining admissions in the great college remained the dream of many.
But this no-thought the most after-sought race killed the creative thinking of many who wanted to bud as creative artists.
Even though today the animation industry stands tall amidst the other in media and gaming arena but what does sound a worrisome fact that the percentage of animators in our country didn’t bloom much and remained significantly low as compared to other developed countries where post-graduation in graphic design, animation and gaming is seen as a creative platform that fills the void of not letting the impartment of creative skills to happen.
Never before it has been seen that a government is ready to spend 6% of the overall GDP in the education sector but for the first, it has instilled a ray of hope for those whose thinking always collided with ways of conventional learning where cognitive skills were redeemed to be the subset of rote learning and engulfed the channel of creativity.
The aim of honorable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi to led India on a path of self-reliance where every individual despite the class, gender, and background doesn’t get prohibited from what others had to endure in their formative years of the career seems to come true on the very front of this education initiative.
The tinted glass paints that remained away from the girl of standard eight who dreamt off becoming a painter seem to come true, the budding chap who once felt the career of radio-jockey was his childhood dream can ultimately become one day.
This is the beauty of a land that stretches its coasts from the Bay of Bengal to Kanya-Kumari where handicraft and looming were once the agrarian business now would turn into the areas of interest for the young seeds.