Bengal Varieties Six-Member Panel To Examine Nationwide Training Coverage
The Bengal authorities on Monday fashioned a six-member committee to review and share observations on the brand new training coverage permitted by the Union Cupboard, two days after Training Minister Partha Chatterjee slammed it as a “copy of the system prevalent in western countries”. Vice Chancellor of Jadavpur College Suranjan Das, retired professor and TMC MP Sougata Roy and educationist Pabitra Sarkar are amongst those that kind part of the panel.
Speaking to reporters, Mr Chatterjee mentioned the brand new committee will scrutinise the factors talked about within the new coverage, and submit its report back to the state by August 15.
“We will even search views of faculty lecturers and varsity professors on the matter. As soon as the committee submits its report, following cautious observations, we are going to convey our opinion on the brand new coverage to the Centre,” he mentioned.
The Union Cupboard had on July 29 permitted the New Training Coverage (NEP) 2020, changing the 34-year outdated Nationwide Coverage on Training (NPE), 1986.
Board exams for Grades 10 and 12 will likely be redesigned.
Mr Chatterjee had on Saturday hit out on the Union authorities for formulating the brand new sample of studying with out taking the states into confidence or parliamentary approval.
“I wonder how they (Centre) can think of enforcing it without any discussion in the Parliament or with the states. This is unilateral,” he had mentioned.