Among the most talked about steps of the new government, the New Education Policy would be formulated keeping the consultation of all the states in mind, cleared HRD minister Smriti Irani. She said that earlier the decisions were taken for such policies by some individuals which were handpicked by the ministry. This time the ball would be in the court of all the states and among the general people as well.
She said, “We should go the blocks, to the districts, talk to states, make the new education policy through mutual consultations.” She also pointed out that the government is eyeing the teacher’s shortage problem as well and is allocating Rs. 900 crore for teachers training all throughout the nation under Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching.
She further urged the fellow MPs to construct toilets in schools which fall under their constituencies, to maintain basic hygiene and cleanliness among the students. Irani also declared the name of the winner of the logo completion for the new National Education Policy. Nawaj Shaikh the winner from National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) was announced as winner through the MyGov platform and got awarded Rs. 10000 and a certificate of appreciation.
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