What is the new schooling structure of NEP 2020?

What is the new schooling structure of NEP 2020?

The new 5+3+3+4 School Structure will comprise 12 years of school & 3 years of pre-school (or Anganwadi or Balvatika). According to NEP 2020, mother tongue will be a medium of instruction till 5th grade.

What would be the primary medium of education recommended by the NEP for the first 5 Year?

The NEP states “Wherever possible, students till Class 5 should be taught in the mother tongue/regional language/local language.” The proposal is based on the results of various studies that show that young children learn better in their mother tongue.

Should the teaching and learning of English language be continued in India?

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English is the best tool to provide good opportunity for the learner to learn. Thus, though a foreign language, English occupies a unique position in the Indian educational system. Even after independence, it continues to be a major language having a prestigious position in our society.

Why is English taught in Indian schools?

English, due to its ‘lingua franca’ status, is an aspiration language for most Indians – for learning English is viewed as a ticket to economic prosperity and social status. English is introduced as a second language from grade 5 onwards. Some states also mandate learning of a non-native third language from grade 6.

What did NEP 2020 suggest on teaching of the classical language Sanskrit?

Under the trilingual policy of NEP 2020, States are left to take up the cudgels of offering Sanskrit as a language through primary and secondary education. However, the Indian identity which is perhaps congruent with learning Sanskrit is more aligned to the prerogative of the Central rather than the State governments.

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What is NEP CBSE?

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) said that it is following the New Education Policy (NEP) to improve the performance of the students in the Board examination.