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Modi Government's 'this' decision can make 'happy' to the parents of school children!

Saturday - June 1, 2019 11:36 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Private schools’ arbitrary fee hiking to be occluded
Private schools’ arbitrary fee hiking to be occluded

New education policy can be applicable, the opposition can charge of 'saffronization' of the education!

JUNE 01 (WTN) - After a massive victory in the Lok Sabha Elections, there are many challenges before the Modi Government in its second term. On issues such as unemployment, agriculture, education and health, Prime Minister Modi needs to keep a lot of attention during his second term, because in his first term Prime Minister Modi had to face considerable criticism on these issues. Let’s discuss about education, so the Modi Government can soon implement the new national education policy. Some recommendations of the expert committee, constituted for the new national education policy, can give great relief to general public and entire credit can go to the Modi Government.

For your information, let you know that the Ministry of Human Resource Development has received a draft of the recommendations by the expert committee constituted for the new National Policy on Education. The existing education policy was prepared in year 1986 and it was amended in 1992. Before the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, BJP had announced for a new education policy in its manifesto, after which a committee was formed to suggest suggestions for the new education policy. In the second term of the Modi Government, former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and at present Lok Sabha MP from Haridwar, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has appointed the Human Resource Development Minister. For the new education policy, the committee has submitted the draft of the recommendations to the new Human Resource Development Minister.

In fact, the committee formed for the new National Policy has recommended that private schools should be given the freedom to decide the fees, but private schools can’t increase school fees arbitrarily. Obviously if the new education policy applies, private schools will have the freedom to decide the fees, but they will not be able to increase it arbitrarily. It has been observed that on one side, the fees for private schools are very high, while other side time to time private schools increase their fees arbitrarily. Due to the excess fees of private schools, there is a lot of financial burden on the parents of the children.

On the recommendations of the new education policy, the general public says that it is necessary to occlude the arbitrariness fees raising of the private schools, and if the Modi Government is making such a law, then it is a very happy news for the common Indians. It is true that Indian parents have to spend a lot of money on their children's education. According to a research, a lot of monthly earnings of the family of an average two children in India are spent on school fees and other related activities.

At the same time the committee has made another recommendation and that can be opposed. The expert committee constituted for the new national education policy has made recommendations for the inclusion of Indian education system in the syllabus of the schools. In the draft of the policy it has been said that wherever the Indian contribution and the historical context is contextual in knowledge, it will be included in the existing school syllabus and textbooks. Draft states that the contribution of mathematics, astronomy, philosophy, psychology, yoga, architecture, medicine as well as governance, governance law and India's contribution to society should be included.

It is being said that opposition to this suggestion of the committee can be opposed on the basis that on the pretext of the new education policy, the Modi Government is trying to saffronise education. Actually, opposition parties have been protesting from the very beginning that in the school syllabus, the ancient Indian culture and that contribution of the Indian in different areas should not be taught which is related to the Hindu culture. That's because opposition parties feel that education of children from the ancient Indian culture will saffron the education. But the opposition parties of the country probably do not know much about the contribution of Indian ancient education to every sector from science to health.

It is to be seen now that how long the recommendations of the new education policy are accepted by the Modi Government, and they are implemented. If Modi Government is successful in occluding the increase in private schools fees, the general public will get much relief from this. But only if Indian contribution in knowledge is included in the school syllabus, it may be that opposition parties strongly oppose it in the name of saffronization.