NEP bringing makeovers in academic system of India
Hyderabad: Stressing upon the application of the double level and also credit history transfer eco-system in session 1, panellists of Hans seminar on NEP stated, “NEP is bringing transformations in the educational system of the country. It is also a step towards high-quality liberal education with broad multidisciplinary exposure,” stated panellists.
Speaking on the day 2 session 1 of The Hans India’s seminar on ‘National Education Policy (NEP)’ on Sunday, held at Shilpakalavedika in Hitech City,Prof NV Ramana Rao, Director of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal stated, “NEP offers students to pick teachers and timings accordingly, providing flexibility, quality by allowing students to frame their courses.”
He even more stated that with UGC efforts in college with the application of NEP, a scholastic financial institution of debts will certainly be kept. Students can customize their levels or make details adjustments or expertises, statedProf Ramana, including that he stated that the scholastic financial institution of debts will certainly have credit history buildup, credit history acknowledgment, credit history transfer, and also credit history redemption.
Dr Deepak Amba Mishra, Associate Dean of the Indian Institute of Petroleum & & Energy (IIPE), Visakhapatnam, stated,”After the implementation of NEP, it will bring the fragmented higher education system to multidisciplinary universities, sub-critical research funding to National Research Funding (NRF) with resources allocated as per the percentage GDP and problem first approach.”
Prof Dr Ramesh, Regional Director of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), Hyderabad, stated, “NEP will provide academic flexibility, it is the provision for innovative and interchangeable curricular structures to enable creative combinations of courses, programmes in disciplines of study leading to degree/diploma/PG Diploma/certificate of Study offering multiple entries and multiple exit facilities in tune with NEP, which removes the rigid curricular boundaries and creates job opportunities for students.”
S Sreenivas Murthy, Director of Institute of Public Enterprises (IIPE), Hyderabad, stated, “Undergraduate degree programmes of either 3 or 4-year duration, with multiple entries and exit points and reentry opportunities within this period, with appropriate certification of a certificate after completing 1 year (2 semesters) of study in the chosen fields of study.”