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Emphasis of New Education Policy on teaching multiple languages is welcome. But do we have enough skilled teachers?

Education policy: Make our report public or I will, TSR Subramanian to Smriti Irani

The 200-page report, as first reported by The Indian Express on May 28, contains close to 90 suggestions including reinstating detention of students beyond Class V.


Education is also about teaching values, taking pride in our heritage: TSR Subramanian

"The Committee is clear in its objective. We have to elevate the quality of education in our country," said TSR Subramanian, head of drafting committee for the new education policy,

New education policy to come up next year: Irani

HRD Minister Smriti Irani said the proposed new education policy would "fructify next year"

Report on new education policy to be uploaded by next week

On November 11, the department had uploaded the report on its website and asked citizens to submit suggestions and objections by November 23.

8-hour ‘nightmare’ for school students triggers opposition

Teachers, parents slam New Education Policy, call timing a ‘disaster in the making’.


Framing of New education policy: Providing quality education in govt schools is first step

Academicians from across the city have also criticised the decision of the previous government to make class X board exams optional.

New education policy: Gujarat governor stresses on need to revamp policy

As part of countrywide 50 consultative meets organised by SSUN, the report compiled out of these deliberations is to be submitted to the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) in November.

Government school heads blame no-detention policy for poor results, say scrap it

‘Make board exam compulsory at least for class VIII’.

Responses to new education policy- What students want: Mandatory educational trips, no burden of homework, tech-driven teaching

CBSE has invited online feedback from the students of classes VI-XII to take their responses.