Explore India’s educational transformation with the NEP 2020’s innovative “multiple entry and exit options.” This student-centered approach promotes flexibility and lifelong learning, empowering learners to acquire skills and qualifications at their own pace. Despite recent reservations from a parliamentary panel, the system’s potential to address issues like rigid academic structures and high dropout rates remains promising.
Shobhit Mathur, vice-chancellor of Rishihood University, emphasizes the need for a well-planned implementation strategy, uniting all stakeholders. Discover the journey towards a more inclusive and responsive higher education system, bridging gaps and enhancing opportunities for students at different stages of their careers.
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