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Ideal implementation of New Education Policy will be done in MP : CM

Team Absolute|Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that as Madhya Pradesh has set new records of development in the fields of power, water and agriculture in the past years,efforts will be made for best achievements in the field of health and education. Chouhan was inaugurating the webinar on Health and Education on Monday on the third day of brainstorming through a series of webinars being held for formulating the road map of Atma- Nirbhar Madhya Pradesh. Chouhan said that under the direction of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, three new objectives of the new education policy of India have been set with a perception to gain knowledge, skill and values. Madhya Pradesh will implement it in an ideal manner. In Health sector, new support has also been extended in Ayushman Bharat scheme. This scheme is proving to be a guide. Work of providing better health services in remote rural areas will be done in Madhya Pradesh. Chouhan further informed that in the field of technical education, work of Global Skill Park is in progress in the state with the cooperation of Singapore at a cost of Rs. 600 crore.Chouhan said that through this series of webinars under the direction of NITI Aayog, important work is being carried out to prepare a roadmap for achieving self-reliance in other sectors including health and education. Goals of development will be achieved in three years in various fields.The Union Minister for Human Resources Development Ramesk Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has said that organizing webinars for Atma-Nirbhar Madhya Pradesh is praiseworthy.
Contemplation helps in receiving important suggestions. About 2.5 lakh suggestions were received for India’s new education policy. In the new education policy, 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 format will be applicable instead of 10 + 2 format. Many educationists, vice-chancellors and others gave their advice in this biggest innovation after the Independence of India. He mentioned in detail the salient features of India’s new education policy. Nishank informed that students will be connected with vocational education from class 6.The most important thing is that no child will be deprived of education. This will help in eliminating the drop out of about 2 crore 50 lakh students.
He said that now mother tongue will be used from 1st to 5th class. Mother tongue has been given such importance in many countries of the world. For the first time in India, Indian languages included in the Eighth Schedule have been linked to education. Students will evaluate themselves.

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