Committee has been set up to implement New Education Policy for primary and secondary schools
The Karnataka government will discuss plans to introduce the new education policy to the primary and secondary schools in the state soon, said its chief minister Basavaraj Bommai.
While offering tribute to M Visvesvaraya on Engineers Day, Bommai said, "We are ready to have a discussion on National Education Policy. There are revolutionary changes. A committee has been set up as we haven't decided on its implementation for primary and secondary schools," he added.
Earlier in August, the Karnataka government released an order on implementation of the National Education Policy-2020 (NEP) that will be in effect from the ongoing academic year of 2021-2022. The state’s higher education minister, CN Ashwath Narayana, chaired a meeting with the officials of the education department and state higher education council.
He later announced that Karnataka had become the first state to adopt the NEP 2020. Therefore, the state government now looks to completely transform the education system for schools, he added.
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