All the problems related to the Indian education system are directly or indirectly related to the prevailing education policy in the country. But if the Union HRD minister Smriti Irani is to be believed, the country will soon have a new education policy in hands.
She said it is interesting that a National Education Policy was being set up in the wake of counseling individuals living in towns and far-flung territories.
Commenting on the Right to Education and the past government, she said "The past government got passed the RTE however, neglected to make any procurement for the fee and expenses of 25 percent students whom they have given seat reservation in non-public schools. We made the required courses of action and have paid for the training of 18 lakh students subsequent to checking their records through state governments," she said.
She gave all the Credit for the new step to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She said the human asset improvement service has digitized National Council of Educational Research and Training books from Class 9 to 12.
In a statement made by Smriti Irani on the All India Radio, she said "We have gotten proposals from individuals living in 1.10 lakh towns and more than 1,500 metropolitan bodies ... we have arranged a report with the assistance of specialists, including guidance by training gatherings, to enhance our instruction framework. It will come out in about 15-20 days."
"All these books are accessible free of expense in English, Hindi and Urdu through a portable application," the Minister further added.
Irani likewise said the service will dispatch a web gateway - Bharatvani - in a matter of seconds on different subjects going from educating to learning in 22 Indian dialects and languages.
"Work has as of now commenced on as many as six different fields. These organizations will bestow professional and mechanical aptitudes to students through recognition and declaration courses. We will include IIT workforce to instruct them" she said.
She also said that a number of foreign colleges are working together with Indian foundations under the University Grants Commission standards so that Indian students can be taught in India.