National education policy 2020 restructures both school and higher education

​​In the offing are ‘easier’ board exams, better-designed progress cards at school, a single higher education regulator, multiple entry and exit options in courses, same norms for private and public institutes, and a watch on fee hike, writes ET.

Replacing the rules framed in 1986, the new National Education Policy restructures both school and higher education, making room for a more ‘flexible’ and ‘integrated’ approach.

In the offing are ‘easier’ board exams, better designed progress cards at school, a single higher education regulator, multiple entry and exit options in courses, same norms for private and public institutes and a watch on fee hike, writes ET.

HRD Ministry is set to get back it’s old name of Education Ministry.


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