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National education policy 2020: education minister of west bengal raised questions on government, said- not passed in parliament – national education policy west bengal education minister partha chatterjee raised questions on the government said not passed in parliament


National Education Policy 2020: Regarding the National Education Policy of the Center (NEP) 2020, a senior minister in the Mamta Banerjee government said that it was prepared without being passed in Parliament and states were not taken into confidence. West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said on Friday that education is on the concurrent list, but the content of the new policy was not discussed with the state governments before it was passed by the Union Cabinet on July 29. Also Read – Video: CM Gehlot said – Prime Minister Modi should stop the ‘Tamasha’ happening in Rajasthan

The Congress and the Left parties criticized the BJP-led government at the Center for “sidelining” the Parliament on the NEP on 30 July. DMK President MK Stalin on Saturday attacked the policy, saying it was an attempt to “impose” Hindi and Sanskrit and vowed to join hands with like-minded political parties and chief ministers of other states. Also Read – On hearing the complaint of women employees, the Minister himself got involved in cleaning the toilet

Chatterjee had told reporters on Friday night that NEP 2020 was “copy paste of Western model”. The TMC general secretary said, “I wonder how they (the center) think about implementing it in Parliament and without discussing it with the state government.” It is one sided. ” TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee is one of the most important critics of the BJP. The minister said that the West Bengal government has listed “10-12 marks of NEP, which we will indicate in a letter to the Center very soon”. The minister said but did not elaborate. Also Read – New Education Policy 2020: Kapil Sibal said- the vision of this policy is correct but it contains many paperwork

Reacting to Chatterjee’s comments, West Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh said that those who have destroyed the state’s education system have no right to criticize others. It is an irony that the state government, which has no education policy, is opposing the education policy of the central government. The education system in Bengal is completely broken. The Union Cabinet approved the National Education Policy 2020 on 29 July, replacing the 34-year Education Policy, 1986.

The main attraction of the draft policy is that all students will give school exams in class 3, 5 and 8, which will be conducted by the appropriate authority. Board exams will continue for classes 10th and 12th, but redesigned. It also advocates a “broad-based, multi-disciplinary, flexible curriculum with undergraduate education as a holistic, creative combination of disciplines, integration of vocational education and critical points with appropriate certification.” The new policy got approval from the cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after six years of consultation. It will replace the previous system which was announced in 1986 and revised in 1992.

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