Dharmendra Pradhan sees New Education Policy as blueprint for emerging economies
He particularly highlighted its profound impact on various aspects of education
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan emphasised on Friday that India's New Education Policy (NEP) of 2020 holds significant promise for emerging economies, positioning itself as a potential blueprint for formulating comprehensive strategies in human resource development.
During his keynote address at the 2nd Voice of Global South Summit, Minister Pradhan underscored the pivotal role of NEP 2020 in instigating transformative reforms within the Indian educational system.
He particularly highlighted its profound impact on various aspects of education.
Furthermore, he elaborated on the policy's broader agenda, stating, "NEP 2020 is meticulously designed to craft an educational structure that not only reflects Indian values but also aligns with the 2030 agenda for sustainable development, promoting holistic and inclusive education."
Emphasising the necessity for global cooperation, Minister Pradhan stressed the importance of collective efforts.
He asserted, "NEP 2020 serves as a guiding template for emerging economies, offering a comprehensive approach to shaping strategies for human resource development."
Highlighting India's proactive role, Pradhan referenced the New Delhi Declaration of Leader's Summit and the nation's leadership in discussions at the G2 education minister's meeting.
These discussions centered on fostering collaboration to develop resilient, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable-skilled ecosystems.