Teachers have always been held in high regard in Indian history. However, in today's world, such respect and awe have faded. If India aspires to become a worldwide guru, it must first reclaim its lost dignity in teaching.
Only when accompanied by the national leadership's vision can the kind of transformation envisioned in the headline be achieved. Given this, the report titled "The State of Foundational Literacy and Numeracy in India"by the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council is a step in the right direction.
From evolution to adaptation, the term "digitisation" has taken on new meanings, expanding into a better and bigger realm. In the previous ten years, many strategies have been proposed and implemented using fresh techniques in the education sector as a result of digitisation.
With the National Education Policy (NEP 2020), Indian education enters an era of inclusive education, in which students with disabilities will not be denied entry to school under any circumstances.