NEP 2020: What does the new policy mean for learners and India's education system?

Making board exams easy, reduction of curriculum to core concepts, replacement of 10+2 structure of school curricula with a 5+3+3+4 structure and teaching up to at least class 5 in the mother tongue or a regional language, are among the many school education reforms outlined in the new National Education Policy, approved by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday. Educationist Meeta Sengupta talks key takeaways from the NEP 2020, what the 'transformational' reforms mean for the students and India's old and rigid education system and highlights some 'glaring gaps' in the policy. Watch now. (Text: PTI)
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