India, a nation with a rich and diverse culture stands a potential destination for higher education. The growing economy is a booster for the nation to promote education, and interestingly, be a role model to other nations’ educational systems.
NEP has brought about an evolution to the much-needed education sector, and the changes can be implemented with continuous efforts from the government and school authorities in addition to teachers, students and parents.
The education system in India is now at an interesting turning point. Installed to reform an outdated model, the National Education Policy 2020 has been introduced.
With the introduction of vaccines at one end, schools are gearing up to reopen for young children after the pandemic year. With this new development, students, teachers, and the government face a set of unique challenges again. What will be the core challenges? Read more:
With NEP and new teaching reforms, the field of education is progressing by miles. In addition to technological advancements, how can education be made more interactive and engaging for students? Here’s more:
Mr Sreevalsan explains in detail about the role of technology in education and how should teachers, students and the administration proceed to adopt it rightly in the current ecosystem.