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Education Ministry Carried Out Meeting on NEP 2020 Curriculum Framework
The Ministry of Education held a meeting with representatives of all Ministries and Departments and Senior Officials of the Government of India, and essential bodies. The purpose of the meeting was to take forward the procedure of widespread consultation for the development of the new National Curriculum.
by Pragti Sharma / 11 Aug 2022 12:38 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 37
The Ministry of Education held a meeting with representatives of all Ministries and Departments and Senior Officials of the Government of India, and essential bodies, including ICAR, NCERT, DRDO, Election commission of India, etc. The purpose of the meeting was to take forward the procedure of widespread consultation for the development of the new National Curriculum.
Secretary of the Department of School Education and Literacy in the Ministry of Education, Anita Karwal, chaired the meeting. She focused on how ministries and organizations can actively contribute to buildout a curriculum framework that is open to suggestions and appropriate to the developmental requirements and interests of students at different stages of their blossoming.
The essential deliverables of NCF were discussed in detail during the meeting. It includes Foundation Literacy and Numeracy, Flexibility in Choice of Subjects in Secondary Classes, Reimaging Vocational education, Inclusive Education, Integrating Knowledge of India, Early Childhood Care and Education, Competency-Based Education, Reduction of Curriculum to Core Essentials, Identification of Core Skill and Content, and Multilingualism.
It also included values like gratitude towards national heritage, respecting and taking care of elders, respect for public property, needs of Gifted Children, Experiential learning, the spirit of service, consolidation of arts and crafts, health and well-being, community development, sports and physical education guidance and counseling.
It was decided in the meeting that all Ministries will soon transmit inputs for the National Steering Committee in written and NCERT to take cognizance of. The Ministries were also asked to participate actively and whole-heartedly and disseminate the web-app-based citizen survey being undertaken by NCERT.