Critical Comparison of India’s new Education Policy with Global Education Policies

  • Amit Nagar and Ritim Mangla
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  • Amit Nagar

    Assistant Professor at Asian Law College, India

  • Ritim Mangla

    Student at Law College Dehradun, India

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Education is the very driving force of morals and principles in the students and a robust education system is an essential key in development of a nation. The Indian education system has come a long way from the Vedic period to the modern education system. There was a time when students had to leave their homes and live with their Guru’s (teachers) for about fourteen years to receive education; today we have everything remotely accessible, just a click away, even when we are hit by a pandemic. This shift came through after the establishment of British rule in India. The most appreciated feature of any system is its dynamic nature. Pertaining to this view, the New Education Policy, 2020 was introduced in India. The paper will focus on critically analyzing the New Education Policy, 2020 and the major lacunas that the policy possesses on the basis of the formulation and practical applicability. The paper will also throw light on the loophole’s that are probable in the applicability of the policy as the real success of any policy lies in its effective applicability. The paper also comprises of a distinct comparative study between the education systems of countries like Finland, USA and India. The comparison is based on how the new education policy, 2020 differs from the education systems of other nations and the scope of improvement by critically analyzing the key features of different education systems. Towards the end, the paper will deliver a concluding analysis based on the research conducted on the New Education Policy, 2020 and the present education system of the progressive nations like Finland and USA. The paper will also sum up all the key features of the New Education Policy, 2020 and it will also highlight all its prospective attributes.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 1872 - 1880


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