NEP 2020 aims to build complete personality: RSS functionary


The goal of the National Education Policy (NEP)-2020 is to build a complete persona of a person, a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) office- bearer mentioned right here on Wednesday.

RSS’s Akhil Bharatiya Sah-pracharak Sunil Ambekar additionally alleged that the British training system destroyed the system of training prevalent within the nation earlier than their arrival.

He was talking on ‘Rashtriya Shiksha Niti Ujjwal Bharat Ki Aur’ at a two-day lectures sequence right here.

“People think that there was no education system in India and that it was introduced in the country by the British, which is wrong,” he mentioned.

“I feel that India has the oldest education system in the world. They had created such a system that the values they imparted remained the same for generations. We need to understand this objective. When we talk about the NEP-2020, we need to question why we need this education policy and what we are creating through it,” he mentioned.

“Your education system will depend on how you look at the social life and humans…We need know how the education system was before the advent of the new educational policy and how it was years back.

“Many people believe that education came into the country only after British arrived and that it developed because of them. But we all know that there were many educational facilities in our country before the British came,” he mentioned.

Ambekar mentioned the training system in India was slowly destroyed after the British got here to India.

“Actually, it was the beginning of destruction of our education system,” he mentioned.

Citing a report, he mentioned that in 1830 that there have been one lakh colleges in Bengal and Bihar, and equally in Bombay, Madras and Punjab presidencies.

In 1858, British had enrolled solely 20,000 college students in 452 colleges and schools in 21 district of Madras presidency.

“On the contrary, 11,000 schools already existed before them and it had 1094 colleges and 1,57,195 students were studying in schools and 5,403 students were studying in colleges. It clearly indicated that they did not improve the education system, rather finished it,” he mentioned.

He additional alleged that the British training system was elitist and it was a car to promote caste privilege slightly than car to enchancment for all.

The colleges prior to the British had lecturers from all castes together with SC and ST, he mentioned.

On the NEP-2020, he mentioned, “The aim of the new education policy is complete development of an individual’s personality.” The major training can have two main parts that’s foundational literacy and numeracy, he mentioned, including, “Our ancient education system had three important sutras- reading, writing and arithmetic and after a long break, these three principles have been given importance in primary education rather than the weight of bags.” Similarly, significance has been given to languages and use of mom tongue or native language in major training.

Besides, emphasis has additionally been given to analysis, Ambekar mentioned.


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