India’s modern, developed needs are met by the new education policy, according to PM Modi.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated on Wednesday that the new National Education Policy (NEP) was adopted by the federal government with consideration for the needs of a modern, developed India.
“The policy focuses stress on the holistic development of children, knowledge, skills, culture, and promotion of Indian values,” he added, adding the crucial role of teachers in efficiently carrying out this policy.
At a speech to new teachers in Madhya Pradesh, the prime minister noted that thousands of young people had been hired for a variety of positions by holding job fairs in several districts as part of the state’s push to give them access to government work.
He said that more than 22,400 youths have been recruited as teachers. The Madhya Pradesh government has set a goal of hiring individuals for more than 1 lakh government positions this year, including 60,000 teaching positions, which has the prime minister expressing his happiness.
The administration places a strong focus on skill development to support employment and self-employment, the prime minister said. According to him, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana has built skill development centres all throughout the nation to teach young people.