NEP 2020 will empower youth for future challenges

By Editorial

While discussing about the New Education Policy 2020, education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank highlighted on the point that the New Education Policy will help to empower the youth for future challenges in the fast-developing world. The New Education Policy will bring in great changes in the prevailing education system in India and pave the path for the intellectual development of the youth in India. The government has taken this initiative to prepare the students for the challenges that they might have to face in the fast-changing world. 

Read more: NEP 2020: 10 Big Reforms for Colleges and Universities


How NEP will empower the youths in India?

With this New Education Policy, the students will be empowered and this will make India a self-reliant, developed and digital nation. The different reforms that will be brought about in the school, college and university level will help the students in enhancing their potentials and becoming responsible citizens of the society. 

Enhancing scientific temperament 

The students and researchers must be socially responsible in a scientific manner. Their focus must be on the fact that they must highlight on the scientific bent of mind and propagate science among all sections of people in the society. In this way, scientific temperament will be developed in society. 

Strengthen Indian languages and increase the unity of India

With the New Education Policy 2020, there will be a rise in the culture of innovation, inclusion, and institution in the education sector. Imparting education using the mother language has been given preference in the New Education Policy 2020. This will help to strengthen the Indian languages. This will also increase the unity of the nation. The youth can be easily empowered as it has been found that people understand more when taught in their mother language. 

Reforms in school education

Universalization of the Early Childhood Care Education, focusing on basic numeracy and literacy, no strict separation between the arts and science streams and no separation between vocational and academic are some of the reforms at the school stage that have been proposed in this New Education Policy. 

Subject selection based on interests

With the New Education Policy 2020, the youth of the country will be able to select their subjects based on their talents and interests. They would also get the chance to understand and realize their potential effectively. When the youth will be empowered in this manner, they will not only be able to create job opportunities for themselves but also for the others too. 

New Education Policy 2020 will not only pave the way for better education opportunities but also help the youth to become socially responsible citizens of India.


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