The National Education Policy is big on access to education. starting from Primary Education. In Higher Education, the aim is to increase Gross Enrolment Ratio to 50 percent by 2035: PM Narendra Modi

Smart India Hackathon 2020: PM Narendra Modi’s address, excerpts via @PMOIndia:


The 21st century is the era of knowledge. This is the time for increase focus on Learning, Research, Innovation. And, this is exactly what India’s National Education Policy, 2020 does

This Policy wants to make your school, college and university experience: Fruitful, Broad-based, One that guides you to your natural passions

This Hackathon is not the first problem you have tried to solve. Nor is this the last. I want you, and youngsters like you not stop doing three things: Learning, Questioning, Solving. When you learn, you get the wisdom to question

India’s National Education Policy reflects this spirit. We are shifting from: The burden of the school bag, which does not last beyond school. To the boon of learning which helps for life. From simply memorising to critical thinking

Among the most exciting things of the Policy is the emphasis on inter-disciplinary study. This concept has been gaining popularity. And, rightly so. One size does not fit all. One subject does not define who you are

This will ensure the focus is on what the student wants to learn. Rather than what the student is expected to do by society. Inter-disciplinary studies gives you control. In the process, it also makes you flexible

National Education Policy is big on access to education. Starting from primary education. In Higher Education, the aim is to increase Gross Enrolment Ratio to 50 percent by 2035

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