10 Lines on New Education Policy

After independence, it was 1968 when education policy was introduced and once in the year 1986, it was updated. Now in the year 2020, the education system has been changed completely as per time. In this generation when everything is getting updated then why we should follow the old education system and this system hinders new development and creativity. I have brought here some sets of 10 lines and hope you will like it.

Ten Lines on New Education Policy

Set – 1

1) New Education Policy in India was announced on the 29th of July 2020.

2) The Union Cabinet of India approved this education scheme.

3) They added a new vision to education.

4) The New Education Policy will replace the old one that was the National Policy on Education of 1986.

5) It was not an easy task; it took many years and meetings to bring this new education policy.

6) In this policy, the concept of 10+2 has been replaced by the 5+3+3+4 model.

7) Instead of giving exams every year now, students have to face exams only in classes 3, 5, and 8.

8) The concept of board exams in class 10 and 12 remain but with some changes.

9) This new education policy shows glimpses of new India and will also develop new scientists and innovators into our country.

10) It will also reduce the exam phobia among students and will encourage them to learn.

Set – 2

1) The New Education Policy was introduced on the 29th of July 2020.

2) It has been brought with various changes in the old education scheme.

3) It was 1986 when the older Education system was launched.

4) As per the time, the education system should also be updated and this policy is just a new beginning.

5) The main aim of this scheme is to make India a superpower.

6) In this sequence, the name of the Ministry of Human Resource Development has been changed to the Ministry of Education.

7) The current 10+2 education system will be replaced by 5+3+3+4.

8) The age limit for this new system will be 3-8 years in the first group, 8-11 years in the second, 11-14 in the third, and 14-18 years in the fourth group.

9) Now the playschools will be included in school education.

10) This policy is not limited up to school education; the higher education system has also changed accordingly.

Set – 3

1) Recently on the 29th of July, the Union Cabinet of India introduced this new education policy.

2) This policy will encourage students to learn their mother tongue because up to class 5, students are free to learn any language.

3) There is also a scheme of vocational education and it will start from class 6.

4) This education system will focus on a child’s interest and will make them skilled at school itself.

5) PARAKH is a new assessment process for students.

6) It is one of the most remarkable changes in the history of the Indian Education system.

7) Through this new scheme, classrooms will not be boring anymore; students will love this learning process.

8) Now coding and other technical terms will also be a part of school knowledge.

9) A new committee was formed under the Cabinet Secretary T. S. R. Subramanian in 2015 for this new education policy.

10) This education system also aims to increase the GDP from 4% to 6% in the education sectors.

After a frequent interval, your phone also needs an update, also you wardrobe and many other things then why we should follow the same education policy for so many years. So, the government took a major step and brought a new education policy for us and it is really a bold step in the field of education. It will encourage creativity and interest in children.