New National Education Policy implemented considering requirements of modern and developed India PM Modi
Bhopal, Apr 12, (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that the new National Education Policy is being implemented keeping in mind the needs of a modern and developed India.
He also said that the policy emphasizes holistic development of children, development of knowledge, skills, culture and Indian values.
“The Central Government has implemented the New National Education Policy (NEP) keeping in mind the needs of a modern and developed India,” the Prime Minister said in a video message at a program for newly inducted teachers in the Madhya Pradesh capital.
Modi said that the campaign to provide government jobs to youth in Madhya Pradesh is going on fast and thousands of people have been recruited for various posts by holding job fairs in various districts.
Modi said that more than 22,400 youth have been recruited for the post of teachers. He congratulated the youth who got the appointment letters for taking up important jobs like teaching.
Highlighting the important role of teachers in effective implementation of NEP, Modi said the massive teacher recruitment drive in Madhya Pradesh is a big step in this direction.
Modi said that half of the teachers appointed today will be posted in tribal areas, which will benefit the children.
He expressed happiness that the Madhya Pradesh government has set a target to recruit more than one lakh government posts, including 60,000 teachers, and as a result, the state has seen a huge improvement in the quality of education in the national record. Survey (NAS).
Modi also mentioned that MP has moved from 17th position to 5th position (NAS) without spending money on advertisements.
Referring to the ambitious skill development programme, he said the government is giving special emphasis to skill development to promote employment and self-employment.
He also said that under the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, skill development centers have been opened across the country to train the youth.
“In this year’s budget, 30 Skill India International Centers will be opened where youth will be trained through new age technology and an initiative has been taken to train small artisans through PM Vishwakarma Yojana and link them with MSME,” the Prime Minister said.
He appealed to the newly inducted teachers to keep the students in their hearts like mothers.
“You should always remember that the education (taught by you) will not only shape the present but also the future of the country,” the Prime Minister said.
Modi said that the education imparted by the teachers will bring about a positive change not only in the students but also in the society.
“The values you inculcate will have a positive impact not only on today’s generation but on generations to come,” he added.