International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Education Management | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023 | Rating: 5.2 / 10


An Evaluation of the Indian National Education Policy 2020 in Terms of Achieving Institutional Goals

Dr. Patcha Bhujanga Rao [3] | Preethi Inampudi [2]


Abstract: A well-defined and potential education policy advocates country?s social and economic growth. To improve the efficiency in educational systems, countries employ several phases at school and college levels during their study cycles, considering countries tradition and culture. The 2020 NEP envisions providing a quality education favoring to India's growing economic system, since it influences all spheres like manufacturing, service industry, R&D, banking, and so on. Divulged in its new education policy, created in reception to recommendations from a cluster of experts chaired by Dr. Kasturirangan, former ISRO chief. The new strategy aims to accomplish three important goals in education, from elementary to higher education: maximum quality, fairness, and honesty. As a result, the NEP-2020 aims in cultivating creative potential skills and analytical thinking skills necessary in the global labour market. Thus, all programmes must be rebuilt to be outcome-based, so stakeholders understands the learning capacity required that can help them grow to meet future economic shifts. This article canvasses several policies stated in the education system and divergences with current system. The future paybacks of several conception and the augmented effects of 2020-NEP on the higher education system in India are examined. In order to fulfill its objectives, several recommendations are offered for its proper implementation.


Keywords: Higher education, NEP-2020, Multidisciplinary, Analysis, Implementation strategies, Innovations


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,


Pages: 757 - 765


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