New education policy 2020 higher education: F Phil has been scrapped in the new education policy 2020. It is proposed to start a four-year degree course with research in its place.
- The new cabinet approved the new education policy
- Four year degree course with research
- M. Phil was abolished in the New Education Policy 2020.
New Delhi. The new education policy was approved by the Union Cabinet and announced on 29 July 2020 by the Minister of Human Resource Development and Prakash Javadekar. The new education policy proposes to discontinue M. Phil and start a 4-year bachelor’s degree with research. Now 20 Institutes of Eminence (IoE) have been asked to lead the way in starting this 4-year degree course.
Institute of Eminence Lead responsibility
Other IoEs can also implement it if they want to do so in the season 2020-21. According to the information, this step will be implemented this year to implement 4-year degree programs. In addition, an academic credit bank that will be in place by December 2020. According to information on the draft Higher Education Commission of India, HECI is also in the public domain to receive the feedback of the relevant stakeholders in September 2020 before being introduced in Parliament. will be kept.
Plan for first exam in 2021
The government is working to present structural details of the Common Entrance Test, CET for the entrance examination of higher education institutions by February March 2020-21. It plans to conduct the first examination in May 2021. In August 2019, 20 higher education institutions were given the status of Eminence Institute. These institutes also included IITs, Banaras Hindu University, Delhi University and 10 private colleges.
IoE can start these courses immediately
The Higher Education Secretary stated that some of these IoEs can start these courses with immediate effect. He said, “Phase-wise implementation of NEP will start from this month. IoE will be encouraged to start immediately in 2020-21 as 20 IoEs are selected and some of them have already signed the MoU. According to the secretary, the central editions may also be added by 2021 or 2022. The pilot for ACB will be tested at some IITs and central universities, until it is implemented across the country.