New Education Policy 2023

Hello friends, if you are searching for New Education Policy 2023 PDF and you cannot find it anywhere then don’t worry you are on the right page. In this pdf, you can read about the education system of India like rules, syllabus, guidelines, education system, etc. In this post, you can read new highlights, major changes, benefits, and features of school education higher education. the format of 12 has been completely abolished in the new education policy.

Till now the school curriculum in our country used to run according to 10+2 but now it will be according to 5+3+3+4. From this post, you can easily download NEP 2023 in just one click free of cost.  Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal has said that NEP New Education Policy 2023 is based on the concept of equity, quality, and access.

New Education Policy 2023 PDF – Overview

Name of Scheme New Education Policy 2022 (NEP)
Name of Ministry Union Cabinet Minister for Human Resource Development, Government of India
HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank
Launched by Central Government of India
Beneficiaries Students of India
Major Benefit Provide New Reforms and Infrastructure In India
New Education Policy 2021-22 Launched Date 29 July 2020
NEP 2020 implementation date Available
Scheme Objective Education System Reform
Scheme under State Government
Name of State All India
Post Category Scheme/ Yojana
Official Website

New Education Policy 2023 PDF – Highlights

Topics Details

Outcomes of NEP 2020

  1.  Universalization from ECCE to Secondary Education by 2030, aligning with SDG4
  2. Attaining Foundational Learning & Numeracy Skills through National Mission by 2025
  3. 100% GER in Pre-School to Secondary Level by 2030
  4. Teachers to be prepared for assessment reforms by 2023
  5. Inclusive & Equitable Education System by 2030
  6. Board Exams to test core concepts and application of knowledge
  7. Every Child will come out of School adept in at least one Skill
  8. Common Standards of Learning in Public & Private Schools

Major Reforms: School Education

  • Board exams will be low-stakes & test actual knowledge instead of rote learning
  • Mother tongue to be a medium of instruction till 5th grade
  • Report cards will be a comprehensive report on skills and capabilities instead of just marks and statements
  • The national mission is to focus on basic literacy and basic numeracy
  • Major changes in the pedagogical structure of the curriculum with no rigid separation between streams
  • All separations between vocational and academic and curricular and extra-curricular will also be removed
  1. New National Curriculum Framework for ECE, School, Teachers, and Adult Education
  2. Board Examination will be Low Stakes, Based on Knowledge Application
  3. Medium of Instruction till at least Grade 5, and preferably till Grade 8 and beyond in Home Language/Mother’s tongue/ Regional Language
  4. 360-degree Holistic Progress Card of Child
  5. Tracking Student Progress for Achieving Learning Outcomes
  6. National assessment center – PARAKH
  7. NTA to offer Common Entrance Exam for Admission TO HEIs
  8. National Professional Standards for Teachers (PST)
  9. Book Promotion Policy and Digital Libraries
  10. Transparent online self-disclosure for public oversight and accountability
  11. Universalization of Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE)
  12. National Mission on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy
  13. 5+3+3+4 Curricular and Pedagogical Structure
  14. Curriculum to integrate 21st Century Skills, Mathematical Thinking, and Scientific temper
  15. No Rigid Separation between Arts & Sciences, between Curricular and extracurricular activities, between Vocational and Academic streams
  16. Education of Gifted Children
  17. Gender Inclusion Fund
  18. KGBVs up to Grade 12
  19. Reduction in Curriculum to Core Concepts
  20. Vocational integration from Class 6 onwards

Use of Technology

  1. Use of Technology in
  2. Education Planning
  3. Teaching Learning & Assessment
  4. Administration & Management
  5. Regulation- Self Disclosure & Minimum Human Interface
  6. Increasing Access for Disadvantaged Groups
  7. Divyang Friendly Education Software
  8. e-Content in Regional Language
  9. Virtual Labs
  10. National Educational Technology Forum (NETF)
  11. Digitally Equipping Schools, Teachers, and Students* Graded Autonomy: Academic, Administrative & Financial
  12. Phasing out Affiliation System in 15 years
  13. National Mission on Mentoring
  14. Independent Board of Governors (BoG)
  15. Single Regulator for Higher Education (excluding Legal and Medical)
  16. online Self Disclosure based Transparent System for Approvals in place of ‘Inspections’
  17. Common Norms for Public and Private HEIs
  18. Private Philanthropic Partnership
  19. Fee fixation within Board Regulatory Framework
  20. Public Investment in the Education Sector to reach 6% of GDP at the earliest

Major Reforms: Higher Education

  1. 50% Gross Enrolment Ration by 2035
  2. Holistic and Multidisciplinary Education- Flexibility of Subjects
  3. Multiple Entry/Exit
  4. UG Programme – 3 or 4 years
  5. PG program – 1 or 2 years
  6. Integrated 5-year bachelor’s/Master’s
  7. M Phil to be discontinued
  8. Credit Transfer and Academic Bank of Credits
  9. HEIs: Research Intensive/ Teaching Intensive Universities and Autonomous Degree-Granting CollegeModel Multidisciplinary Education and Research University (MERU)
  10. The present Education Policy was adopted in 1986 which has been continued till date that is for the last 34 years
  11. The country got the education policy after 34 years
  12. The Union Cabinet, chaired by the PM himself, has approved the Draft of the National Education Policy today morning.
  13. The Cabinet has also accepted the proposal of changing the name of MHRD to the Education Ministry.
  14. The vision of creating an education system that contributes directly to transforming the country, providing high-quality education to all, and making India a global knowledge superpower.

Evolution of Education Policy

  1. University Education Commission (1948-49)
  2. Secondary Education Commission (1952-53)
  3. Education Commission (1964-66) under Dr. D. S. Kothari
  4. National Policy on Education, 1968
  5. 42nd Constitutional Amendment, 1976- Education in Concurrent List
  6. National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986
  7. NPE 1986 Modified in 1992 (Programme of Action, 1992)
  8. T.S.R. Subramaniam Committee Report (May 27, 2016)
  9. Dr. K. Kasturirangan Committee Report (May 31, 2019)

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