More than 20 states agreed on implementation of new education policy


The states of the central government are also getting full support in implementing the National Education Policy. So far, about 20 states and union territories have agreed on the policy and have started work on its implementation. Most of these states are NDA or BJP ruled. Despite this, the rest of the states are also in favor of the policy, except for a few points. It is definitely that they are still confused about its implementation.

At present, the major states whose consent has been received regarding the policy and they have started working on the implementation include states like Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Tripura, Madhya Pradesh.

After the arrival of the National Education Policy, the kind of atmosphere created in the country about its implementation and the states are also getting together, the Education Ministry is very excited. According to the ministry, a draft has been sent to all states for implementation. It tells how the states have to move ahead with the implementation of the policy.

At present, the trend of the states has been revealed during the campaign being run by the Ministry of Education in the name of Teachers' Feast. The states were actively participating in this with full preparation. This campaign is from 8 to 25 September.

Played till According to the officials associated with the ministry, the next phase of the policy will be discussed with all the states which are in favor of the policy except for a few points, but they are still uncertain about when to implement it.

Anyway, education is a state subject. Therefore, the ministry will soon talk to the states about this and they will agree to implement it. At present, the states that have not taken any decision regarding the policy so far include states like Bengal, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, and Delhi.

Anyway, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had indicated in the beginning to take a flexible approach regarding the implementation of the policy. In such a situation, there will be no deadlock with the states regarding the policy.

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