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State BJP chief L Murugan said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been upholding the glory of Tamil language wherever he goes.
In his tweet to former Union Minister from the state Pon Radhakrishnan, Nishank said he was looking forward to the guidance of the ex-central minister in implementing NEP in Tamil Nadu.
The revised policy has proposed that prior to the age of 5 every child will move to a 'preparatory class' or 'balavatika'.
Officials will study the policy and chart out what works best for TS.
Doing away with the 10+2 structure of school education, stress on teaching in mother tongue, and adoption of mutli-disciplinary approach will transform the education sector in a big way.
Political parties in the State have come out against the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, which got cabinet nod on Wednesday.
First the positives. At the school level, one of the major changes announced in the New Education Policy is that formal education will begin at the age of three.
It also says that in areas with large numbers of socio-economically disadvantaged students, schools should have a pupil-teacher ratio of 25:1.
The NEP says Sanskrit will be offered at all levels of school and higher education as an option for students. Other classical languages of India will also be available as options.
Now, they only need to rework the essentials to ensure it’s updated, he said.
In a series of tweets, PM Modi said the New Education Policy is based on the pillars of 'access, equity, quality, affordability and accountability'.
The draft of the NEP formed by a panel headed by former Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief Kasturirangan and submitted to the Union HRD minister last year.