The Prime Minister emphasized on making Indian education system at par with the highest global standards

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday conducted a review meeting with officials of the Ministry of Human Resources and Development and emphasized on reforms required in the education sector, including National Education Policy.

During the meeting, as per a press release from the Prime Minister’s Office, emphasis was laid on the use of technology in the education sector and enhancing learning and adapting by the use of technology such as on-line classes, education portal and class-wise broadcast on dedicated education channels.

Focus was also laid on bringing uniformity in education providing universal access to quality education, improving the quality of elementary education, through a new national curriculum framework that focuses on multi-linguistic, 21st century skills, integration of sport and art, environmental issues etc.

The use and promotion of technology in various modes for education at school and higher levels was discussed in details i.e. online mode, TV channels, radio, podcasts and others.

Reforming the higher education scenario by making Indian Education System at par with the highest global standards making education effective, inclusive, contemporary rooted in the Indian culture and ethos.

As per the press release, stress was given on early childhood care and education, foundational literacy and numeracy, adapting contemporary pedagogy, preserving the cultural and linguistic diversity of India with a special focus on early vocationalization of education.

It was decided to usher in education reforms to create a vibrant knowledge society by ensuring higher quality education to all thereby making India a ‘Global knowledge Super Power’.

To achieve all these goals and to ensure efficient educational governance extensive use of technology including Artificial Intelligence will be promoted.

IVD Bureau