The new and complete NCFTE will be formulated by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) in session with the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), in accordance to the Ministry of Education.
Earlier, Nishank had stated that the federal government is taking a number of initiatives and actions for implementation of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.
“The NEP 2020 has been finalised after a detailed consultation process with all stakeholders including State/UT Governments. As per National Education Policy 2020, implementation of the Policy requires multiple initiatives and actions, which will have to be taken by multiple bodies in a synchronized and systematic manner,” Pokhriyal stated in a written reply within the Lok Sabha right this moment.
“Accordingly, this Ministry has communicated to all States/UT Governments for implementation of NEP 2020 in letter and spirit. Ministry of Education is also organising ‘ShikshakParv’ from September 8 to September 25, 2020, to deliberate on various themes and implementation of NEP 2020 aimed at eliciting suggestions,” he stated.
The main reforms at school education introduced by NEP 2020 embody universalisation of Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE), nationwide mission to give attention to fundamental literacy and fundamental numeracy, no inflexible separation between arts and sciences streams and removing of separation between vocational and educational and curricular and further-curricular.