New Delhi: With the aim to understand the vision and mission of New Education Policy, New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) organized a two days’ workshop.
The workshop was inaugurated by Chairperson-NDMC, Shri Dharmendra by lighting the lamp at Convention Center, NDMC, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi.
Inaugurating the workshop, Shri Dharmendra given the outline the aim of organizing the workshop that it will provide the understanding of the vision, mission and philosophy of the National Education Policy-2020(NEP) with its salient points, curriculum and relevant Pedagogy, and evaluation. It will also explain the universalization, the inclusion, significance of restructuring of education in early childhood care and education, values and life skills and evaluation under the New Policy.
He said that after launching the National Education Policy 2020 by Central Goverment it is the need of hour to organize such type of orientation programmes on contents and intents of the policy. He urged to all educators of NDMC to learn the intention and spirit of the policy for the better result from new education system.
He also suggested for organization of more such workshops after three months to sort out the different hurdles and difficulties to implementation of the policy and can also address all the problems of educators. He added that some experts or resource person will visit the schools to access the ground level realities or evaluation of the implementation. He hoped for successful implementation of NEP by NDMC Education team in its schools.
In the workshop, Director (Education)-NDMC Shri D.P Singh informed that NDMC is working on a website exclusively for the education department to cater all the basic needs of teachers, students as well as officials and it will be launched within three months.
The workshop session were addressed by the different experts on the Education Policy like Mrs. Anita Sharma, Dr. Geetanjali Kumar, Dr. Dharam Parkash, Shri Manjeet and Mrs. Kavita Rana and interacted with the educators for their queries.
On the occasion, all Heads of the schools – Principals, Vice Principals and Primary HMs (including Primary Incharges of composite schools, independent Primary and Nursery schools etc) were also present.