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‘Proper implementation of NEP will be done from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Kutch to Khonoma’ – AICTE Chairman

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Describing the National Education Policy 2020, as a breath of fresh air, Dr. Jitendra K. Das, Director at FORE School of Management, New Delhi, said, “I have noticed massive changes happening, with the AICTE getting transformed according to the new age requirement. The transformation at AICTE is an indication in itself the way to India is going to change. The education policy is expected to be productive, precise in terms of planning the outcome desired by the country. The NEP is more of a strategy statement for the nation”.
Earlier, a welcome address was given by Mr. Bharat Patel, Chairman Startup and Skill Development Committee, ASSOCHAM Western Council where the tone of the day’s proceedings was set. The session was being moderated by Dr. Jitendra Das.  

“The NEP is a gamechanger and the implementation has to be done from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Kutch to Khonoma – the first green village of India, situated in Kohima”, said Prof Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE, Govt. of India. 

Referring to the PMO’s swift action on the policy, he said, “The government’s  commitment and seriousness towards implementing it soon, is visible”. 

Incidentally, the NEP 2020 was announced on 29th of July and within a week i.e. on 7th of Aug, a webinar was organised by UGC, MHRD in which the Prime Minister spoke at length on the new education policy. 

Hon. President at the same time also organised a meeting with all centrally funded universities, IITs, IIMs.

“We must have a strategy, action plan and review mechanism in place for the reform policy implementation. The Ministry is right now meeting different committees  to create an action plan, and in a month or two it will be rolled out”, said Prof. Sahasrabudhe

Also present were learned and eminent speakers, Harish Sanduja, Director, Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group of Schools & Member, Academic Council, Saamarthya Teachers Training Academy of Research (STTAR), Ghaziabad; Achin Bhattacharyya, CEO and Founder, Notebook; Dr. Mahendra Sharma, Pro Chancellor & Director General, Ganpat University; Dr. Umesh Chandra Jain, Secretary – North Zone, Association of Chemistry Teachers and Principal, Academic Heights Public School;. Saurabh Kumar, Director Academics, Vidyamandir Classes and Dr. Amit Joshi, Director, Global Knowledge Research Foundation.

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