New Delhi: There is a huge gap in the national education policy. It should be changed. Therefore, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said that there is no chance of implementing it in Delhi now.
Manish Sisodia attended a program organized by Delhi Teachers University in Delhi today.
Speaking then, he said, “Educational policies should be designed with a 360 angle view. Education policies should be designed keeping in mind the training of teachers. In that way, a lot of changes are required in the National Education Policy 2020. Some points should be incorporated in it. We have found that there is a huge gap in the National Education Policy 2020. .so it cannot be immediately implemented in Delhi.
Suppose we are implementing National Education Policy 2020 maybe in Delhi. Students of classes 9 to 12 will not have teachers to teach the subject as per the new education policy. There is no clear guidance in the National Education Policy as to what the qualifications of those teachers should be. Our Govt is affiliated to Delhi Teachers Training University. We have made all the facilities to qualify the teachers. “There are many problems in the draft statement of the National Education Policy and its implementation,” he said.