Don’t draw hasty conclusions on draft of New Education Policy: Vice President Naidu


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Jun 02, 2019 21:51 IST

Vishakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh) [India], June 2 (ANI): Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has appealed to the individuals to review, analyse and debate the draft of New Training Coverage and to not come to hasty conclusions.
Observing that core problems with training had been essential and deserve the eye of all stakeholders, he mentioned that decreasing the load of college baggage, selling sports activities, inculcating morals, scientific and rationale temperament, historical past and the contribution of the liberty fighters ought to turn into part of the curriculum.
Inaugurating a two-day convention on ‘Trade Academy Interplay for Enchancment of High quality of Lecturers’ organised by the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Vitality (IIPE) right here, Naidu referred to as for establishing a symbiotic relationship between academia and the {industry} to create an ecosystem for innovation to thrive and generate employment for the youth.
Calling for a revamp of the training system in order that the graduating college students had been totally outfitted with expertise to satisfy the wants of the {industry} or agriculture or have the aptitude and expertise of a risk-taking entrepreneur, the Vice President mentioned the scholars should not solely be employable but in addition possess life expertise, language expertise, technological expertise, and entrepreneurial expertise to allow them to be gainfully employed or self-employed.
Stating that the Indian universities didn’t determine within the prime 100 rating international universities, the Vice President urged universities and educationists to introspect and enhance the requirements.
“We can’t have a system that operates at a sub-optimal stage. We can’t have an training system that produces a lot of unskilled and unemployed youth. Yearly, lakhs of scholars are passing out of the portals of upper training establishments with a majority of them missing employable expertise,” he mentioned.
“All stakeholders must work collectively to vastly enhance the standard of training and analysis. There may be additionally a necessity to advertise academia-industry information clusters for selling innovation-oriented analysis. India must be among the many main international locations in publishing high quality analysis papers in peer-reviewed worldwide journals, and in acquiring patents for improvements.” (ANI)


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