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“New Education Policy 2022-23”

Author- Dr. Shilpi Shrivastava

Professor & Head Department of Chemistry

Kalinga University Naya Raipur





Under the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) published The New Education Policy.

After approval by the Union Cabinet, made public. The New Education Policy aspires to enhance education for all by making it more inclusive, equitable, and accessible with a focus on underprivileged people. It also emphasizes the development of skills for the twenty first century, such as creative, critical thinking, and problem solving. new institutions like digital universities are to be 

be established, and technology is to be used to improve education. India is prepared to make significant to its educational system in order to become a global force. The most recent changes were implemented. There is four sections to  the National Education 


  • Part I covers education in schools.
  • Part II with higher educational adult education is one of the “Other Key Areas of Focus”
  • Part III of the higher education section
  • Part IV “Making is happens “analyses how the policy is put in the practice.


  1. The goal of the policy is to reorganize school curricula and pedagogy into a new “5+3+3+4” design so that school instruction can be customized to the needs and interested of student at different developmental stages, including a “Foundational Stage” (five Years),

a “Preparatory Stage” (three years), a “Middle Stage” (three years), and the “High Stage” 

            “(Four years, covering grades nine, 10, 11, and 12).


  1. The objective for elementary schools is “universal basic literacy and numeracy” by 2025. Because of this, the Ministry of Human With a focus on underserved populations, the New Education Policy seeks to improve education for all by making it more inclusive, egalitarian, and accessible. Additionally, it stresses the acquisition of 21st-century abilities like creativity, critical analysis, and problem-solving. The policy also calls for the creation of new organizations like digital universities and the use of technology to enhance education. In order to become a worldwide force, India is poised to undertake big reforms to its educational system. The most recent adjustments were made. The National Education Policy is divided into four parts: Part I deals with school education, , Part III with “Other Key Areas of Focus” such adult education, Part IV with “Making it Happen,” which analyses the policy’s implementation.



  1. The Ministry of Human Resource Development will do this by establishing the National Mission on Foundation Literacy Numeracy. With the exception of institutions managed, aided, or under the direction of the federal government, both public and private schools will be examined and accredited using same criteria.


  1. With the exception of institutions managed, aided, or under the direction of the federal government, both public and private schools will be examined and accredited using the same criteria. For free school through secondary education, the gross enrollment ratio must be 100%. (GER is defined as the proportion of the total enrolment in education, regardless of age, to the official population in given school years.)


  1. Public and private schools will be evaluated and accredited using the same standards, benchmarks, and procedures, with the exception of those administered, assisted, or controlled by the federal government.
  2. For preschool through secondary education, the gross enrollment ratio must be 100%. (GER is defined as the proportion of the total enrolment in education, regardless of age, to the official population in given school years.) According to the policy, ensuring that children are enrolled, attending school, and given the proper opportunity to re-enroll requires monitoring their academic progress.


  1. The mother tongue or native language of the until at least the fifth grade, and preferably unit the eighth grade or later, local or regional language must be employed as the medium of expression. The “threelanguage formula” will continue to be employed in classrooms, with the states will use this budget to carry out the central government’s programmes for  assisting female and transgender students, such a providing bathroom and hygienic facilities, conditional cash transfers, and bicycles. State will be able to Sponsor “community based” project thank to the fund.


  1. The plan suggests creating “school complexes” that include a secondary school and additional educational facilities that cater to lower grade levels, such as within 5 to 10 kilometers radius of Anganwadhi centers. With a cluster School that is a intricate, “ more effective functioning, coordination, leadership, administration, and management” will be attainable.


  1. According to this guideline, all academic institutions must adhere to the same audit and transparency standards as a “not-for profit” organization. The excess must be reinvested in the education sector if there is one.


  1. By the year 2040, all “Higher Education Institutions” (HEI’s) shall seek to be multidisciplinary, according to the policy.


  1. By the year 2030, every district must have at least one interdisciplinary HEI. He is free is policy’s intended outcome. Offering two year master programmes for graduates of tree year undergraduates programmes, our five year programmes for graduates of integrated Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes courses for the M. Phil shall be related.


  1. The policy states that “high performing” Indian universities should be encouraged to establish campuses abroad.Similar to this, only a small number of colleges, including those that are rankd in the top 100 in the world are urged to conduct business in India.


  1. A National Research Foundation shall be created to enable “merit based but equitable” peer viewed research support.


  1. The strategy mandates cooperation between the federal government and the states to increase public education spending to 6%.



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