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Friends, PFA National Education Policy 2020 alongwith PPT on the same for information. Thanks
From India, Malappuram

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File Type: pdf PPT on NEP 2020.pdf (1.27 MB, 2160 views)

Sir, Thank you for sharing. Kindly let us know NEP 2020 towards higher education. Thanking you with regards
From India, Chennai
Thank you for the NEP2020 doc. Please share if any document on implementation guideline is available. My focus area is in the 4 year segment - 9, 10, 11 & 12 standards. Thanks and regards.
From India, Bengaluru
The NEP 2020 is expected to restructure the existing architecture of education in the country. But it will take time. So, it is a perspective plan. The output will come out after some years. So, the transition of the current system to the new system requires proper visionaries on the top of educational institutions.
From India
The current education system will be replaced by the new policy. This is an important guideline. It helps for through study of the policy.
From India, Pune
Thank you for sharing this informative post regarding NEP2020. I read a similar article at UK assignment help website. Also I have heard that it's expected to restructure so keep us updated about this.
From Pakistan, Karachi
Thank you for sharing such wonderful work .

Thanks for the resources you shared. they are quite helpful. please provide a ppt for higher education also.
From India, Bhubaneswar
The NCF 2005 has recommended “Art as a subject at all stages covering all four
major spheres, i.e. music, dance, visual arts and theatre….We must bring the
arts squarely into the domain of the curricular, infusing them in all areas of
learning while giving them an identity of their own at relevant stages.” It also
states that “The importance of India’s heritage crafts, both in terms of their
economic and aesthetic values, should be recognized as being relevant to
school education.”
In all assessing the Arts Pedagogy situation in Karnataka and indeed in India, has been
complex given the problematic issue of there not being a clear history of developing an Arts pedagogical curriculum across the different age groups and education standard levels. When I have approached teachers in Government schools and discussed the topic of an Arts curricula most often I have been given a blank response to the effect that an Arts pedagogy is not seen as a key component in Education itself. So far as Art is concerned it is an extra curricula activity and not a main subject. Hence the necessity for there being criteria's or for that matter a set parameter to contextualise an Arts Education curriculum seems in the minds of most teachers seems far fetched and unnecessary.
It is of serious concern to Government schools in India, post National Curriculum Framework 2005, that Arts Education is concurrently given importance and valued as a core curricula activity.

From India, Bengaluru
thanks for the resources .please provide ppt about teacher and teacher education
From India, Hyderabad

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