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Education Ministry seeks inputs on new Draft National Education Policy

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New Delhi –  The Ministry of Human Resource Development, India is seeking inputs and suggestions on the Draft National Education Policy (NEP) 2019 from citizens, which aims at changing the education system in the country, and has sought suggestions from the public on the same.

In a post on Twitter, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD), shared the link of the web platform, innovate.mygov.in, where any citizen or stakeholders can share their inputs on the Draft National Education Policy (NEP) 2019.

There are four broad categories on which the inputs have been sought. After reaching the website, the user needs to select the category on which he/she has inputs. Only one section can be chosen at one time. The four categories are – School Education, Higher Education, Additional Key Focus Areas and Transforming Education.

Each of these categories further has more subcategories to ensure that the inputs are pinpointed and associated directly with a particular subject. For instance, the School Education section has eight subcategories, encompassing various issues such as the foundation of learning, universal access to education, inclusive education and accreditation of school education, among others.

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