New education policy 2020: PM Modi told why 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 system will be replaced in schools by 10 + 2

New education policy 2020: PM Modi told why 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 system will be replaced in schools by 10 + 2


PM Modi said on Friday why under the new education policy, 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 system is being brought in by eliminating 10 + 2 system in the schooling system. During his address at the conference organized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development and UGC on the new National Education Policy, he said that a new world order has arisen with the changing times. A new global standard is also being set. According to the changing global standard, it is also very important to change the education system of India. Changing 10 + 2 from school to 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 is a step in this direction. We have to make our students' global citizens. We also have to keep in mind that along with becoming global students, they should also be connected to their roots. In the new education policy, a provision has been made that along with making the students a global citizen, they will also be connected to their roots.

New education policy 2020: PM Modi told why 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 system will be replaced in schools by 10 + 2
New education policy 2020: PM Modi told why 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 system will be replaced in schools by 10 + 2

It is to be noted that the 10 + 2 format has been completely abolished in the new education policy. Till now the school curriculum in our country runs according to 10 + 2 but now it will be according to 5+ 3+ 3+ 4. This means that one part from the primary to the second class, then the second part from the third to the fifth, the third part from the sixth to the eighth and the last from the ninth to the 12th. Here, understand what is the system of 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 format


Foundation stage


The first three years children will take pre-schooling in Anganwadi. Then in the next two years, children in class one and two will study in school. A new curriculum will be prepared for these five years of studies. The focus will be largely on activity-based learning. It will cover children between the age of three to eight years. In this way, the first five years of studies will be completed.

Preparatory stage


In this phase, classes three to five will be studied. During this time, children will be taught science, mathematics, arts etc. through experiments. Children between eight and 11 years of age will be covered in it.


Middle stage


It will cover classes 6-8 and will cover children between 11-14 years of age. These classes will be taught subject-based courses. Skill development courses will also start from class six.

Secondary stage


Classes 9 to 12 will be studied in two phases, in which intensive study of subjects will be done. There will also be freedom to choose subjects.

Other important points of PM Modi's speech on new education policy


The Prime Minister said that the National Education Policy is going to lay the foundation of 21st century India and the new India. The Prime Minister expressed satisfaction that there was no complaint of discrimination from any region or class of the country. He said, "Every country goes on improving its education system with its national values, improving according to its national mission. The aim is that the education system of the country should prepare and prepare the future of its present and future generations.


He said, "This is also the basis of India's national education policy." National education policy is going to lay the foundation of 21st century India and new India. ''

Modi said that the national education policy is being discussed extensively across the country. People from different fields, people of different ideologies, are expressing their views and reviewing it. He said that this is a healthy discussion, the higher it is, the more benefit the country's education system will get.

Present Education System In India


He said, "It is a matter of happiness that after the introduction of the National Education Policy, there has been no mention of any kind of discrimination from any part of the country, from any section of the country, or is bent on one side." It is a sign that people wanted a change in the education system that had been in place for years.

The Prime Minister said that so far our education system has been focused on "what to think while in this education policy" the emphasis is on how to think.

The conference is being organized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development and University Grants Commission.


During the conference, special sessions on important aspects of education covered under the National Education Policy, 2020 such as holistic, multi-disciplinary and future education, quality research, and equal use of technology for better access to education will be organized.

Apart from Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal and Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development Sanjay Dhotre, the chairman and members of the committee constituted to draft the National Education Policy, as well as eminent educationist scientists, are also participating in the program.

Building a Better Teacher


The Union Cabinet had approved the new Education Policy-2020. The new education policy has replaced the 34-year-old education policy, which was implemented in 1986. The goal of the new policy is to make such reforms in the schools and the higher education system of India that India is called the 'superpower' of knowledge in the world.

Courtesy - livehindustan

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