National education policy will make India self-sufficient: Min | News from Nagpur

Wardha: Union Minister of State for Education Dr Subhash Sarkar said that the National Education Policy 2020 will prepare the youth for a prosperous and self-sufficient India. This policy provides comprehensive education, including the 2020 multidisciplinary curriculum. It plays a vital role in providing higher education to students as well as promoting social welfare, he said on Saturday while addressing teachers, officials and students. from Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University (MGIHU).
Sarkar was on his way to a seminar on National Policy for Education, Innovation and Research organized at MGIHU.
He said that everyone wants to work for the protection and promotion of Hindi and other Indian languages, especially their mother tongue. The government is taking various measures to develop high-quality educational institutions.
“We are also working on translating the curriculum into this educational policy. We are trying to make education a medium in local and Indian or bilingual languages,” he said.
He called on teachers to organize seminars or workshops on various Indian languages. He called for the technical use of Indian languages. He said that education helps spread knowledge in society. In a well-educated society, knowledge spreads rapidly, he said.
Referring to the old teaching method, he said that the system focuses on the holistic development of the student and develops values ​​of humility, honesty, discipline, self-sufficiency and respect. The thoughts and works of ancient Indian scholars like Charak, Sushruta, Aryabhatta, Varahmihira, Maitreyi, Gargi, etc. must be included in the current curriculum. It grew over thousands of years thanks to the contributions of gurus, who helped students develop human values, knowledge and skills. Gurukuls provide opportunities for the holistic development of students.
Ancient India has made great contributions to the world in the field of astronomy, medical science, mathematics, yoga, fine arts, surgery, civil engineering, etc. All Vedic-Wangmoy, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Purana, Smriti, philosophy, scriptures, poetry, drama, grammar and astrology are available in glory-enhancing Sanskrit, which is absolutely helpful for the preservation of civilization and the indian culture.
Referring to the famous Sanskrit grammar book ‘Ashtadhyayi’ composed by Acharya Panini, he said that there are eight chapters in this book. Acharya Panini’s contribution to the tradition of making many languages ​​understandable and accessible is inseparable.
In his presidential address, Vice-Chancellor Professor Rajneesh Kumar Shukla said that a number of programs and initiatives are being implemented in the university for the implementation of the National Education Policy. He said that engineers and doctors must be trained in Indian languages.
Vice Chancellor Hanuman Prasad Shukla, Chandrakant Ragit, Registrar Kadar Nawaz Khan, President, faculty, staff and students were present in large numbers.



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