Examining Perception and Impact of National Education Policy 2020

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Hem Kant Poddar, Parshuram Dhaked


The National Education Policy 2020 may allow the education sector to take off despite the epidemic's stifling effects. Though the NEP announcement was met with scepticism by professionals in the field, it has the potential to put India on the map as a much-sought after educational destination. The National Education Policy 2020 ushers in a new age of educational changes and is meant to replace the previous education policy, which was drafted in 1986. For the first time, we have a policy that uses multiple-choice questions, cross-disciplinary instruction, and redos in an effort to free students from the shackles of bureaucracy. However, industry experts have studied the policy in great detail, leading to contrasting opinions. The goal of the strategy is to establish a reliable digital infrastructure inside the educational system that will keep classes running smoothly even in the face of extreme emergencies. The paper highlights the importance of education in today's society and the main positives and downsides of establishing a New Education Policy. The primary goals of this paper are to learn how well the New Educational Policy of 2020 is known, to learn how it is being received by the public, and to learn how the current state of the Educational Policy affects our ability to predict future needs in terms of trained personnel and financial resources.

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