How fast the government wants to grow on the new education policy can be gauged from this that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself will address the vice-chancellors of universities, directors of higher educational institutions and principals of colleges across the country. It will also include Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Minister of State for Education Sanjay Dhotre and Kasturirangan, chairman of the policy framing committee.
The conference also holds several sessions on topics related to higher education. In which proposals for changes in higher education will be discussed in detail.
It is said that after this, the Education Minister will also discuss with the State Education Ministers and BJP National President JP Nadda with the Chief Ministers of the BJP ruled states and request for timely implementation of education.
On the other hand, University Grants Commission (UGC) Secretary Rajneesh Jain has written in a letter to the Vice-Chancellors that there is a need to create awareness among others including teachers, students, and officials about the new education policy. He said that in this regard, universities and various colleges can organize webinars on various aspects of the policy and its implications.
Apart from this, tell the people concerned by taking the help of other online activities, so that students, teachers, or any concerned officials have no doubt about this.
The biggest feature of this policy is that school education, higher education as well as agricultural education, legal education, medical education, and technical education have been brought under its ambit.