Rethinking India’s Educational Landscape: Evaluating NEP 2020 and its Implications

  • Ria Juneja
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  • Ria Juneja

    Assistant Professor at ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI University, Dehradun, India

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The New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 aims to transform the academic environment entirely, both on the school and the college levels equally. To adapt to changing demands, NEP 2020 aims to provide education that is skill-oriented. Idealistic policies have to be implemented properly to help the young minds to make educated decisions for their future. Instead of being pawns preoccupied with grades and academic knowledge, a smart young generation with distinctive career paths and life perspectives, is something we may expect to see in the near future. With this new educational structure, students would be free to choose and investigate any field according to their aptitude and interests. The paper aims to give an in-depth insight on how NEP 2020 would enhance institutional innovation, student inclusiveness, and quality in education. By 2040, higher education institutions are expected to be multidisciplinary, meaning that there would not be a set division between science, humanities, and commerce streams. The article further focuses on how NEP 2020, seeks to integrate technology-based education more deeply into the core curriculum which will have an everlasting positive impact on the education system at all levels, essentially in post COVID-19 era.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 2081 - 2094


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