Impact Of New Education Policy In The Changing Business Enviorment: An Empirical Study With Special Reference To Skill Development In India

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Vishal Varma, Reshu Gupta, Gavesh Bhardwaj, Mohit Tiwari, Tripti Tiwari


India Has Not Made Any Substantial Reforms To Its Education System In 34 Years. However, On July 31, 2020, The National Education Policy (Nep) Was Announced. This Policy Intends To Expand Public Spending In Education From 4.4 Percent Of India's Gdp To 6 Percent. The Focus Will Be On Drastic Change In The Teaching-Learning Methodology And Research Which Will Affect More Than 300 Students Through A Series Of Reforms. The Policy Also Proposes Single University Entrance Exam Administered By The National Testing Agency. In Brief, Nep Provides Choice, Chance, And Change, But We Must Wait And See How It Is Implemented.The Present Study Is Descriptive In Nature In Which Data Have Been Collected From 150 Respondents From The Selected Higher Educational Institutions Of Delhi-Ncr Through A Structured Questionnaire And Analyzed With The Help Of T-Test And Mean.

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