Action plan to implement new education policy in schools ready, Nishank launches portal with meaningful name

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-08 21:38:30 IST

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Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Thursday released the complete action plan in schools related to the implementation of the new education policy. At the same time, Sarthak (Stupend and Teachers Holistic Advancement through Quality Education) portal was launched to keep a vigilant eye on the implementation of the states.

The government is currently engaged in full force to implement the new national education policy. It can also be guessed that the action plan which took six years to formulate the implementation of the education policy in 1986, has been prepared by the current government within a year. Along with this, a portal with a meaningful name has also been launched for its effective implementation. It will act as a bridge between states on subjects related to the implementation of the policy. Through this, suggestions will be made regarding implementation in the states. Also, their implementation can also be monitored.

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Thursday released the complete action plan in schools related to the implementation of the new education policy. At the same time, Sarthak (Stupend and Teachers Holistic Advancement through Quality Education) portal was launched to keep a vigilant eye on the implementation of the states. At present, this action plan has been prepared keeping in view the concurrent nature of education. 

In this, the states and Union Territories have been given the exemption that they can also make important changes according to the local context and needs. This plan related to schools is for 10 years. On this occasion, Nishank said that there is a document of implementation of new education policy in meaningful schools. It is mainly indicative and suggestive. It can also be updated from time to time based on the input and feedback received from various stakeholders.

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