Kurukshetra (Asian independent) “To implement New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, the biggest challenges includes flexible curriculum development as planned sequence of instructions in the educational process that leads to desirable human resources for the Indian economy,” believes, former Vice Chancellor Professor M.M. Goel, retired from Kurukshetra University.
He was addressing online national symposium organised by Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University today on the topic ‘Challenges in Implementation of New Education Policy for Higher Education ’. Prof. Rajshree Vaishnav HOD education welcomed and presented citation on the achievements of Prof. M.M .Goel.
To ensure quality research, we have to encourage the scholars for making analysis before covid (BC) and after covid (AC) for drawing the policy implications, told Prof. Goel.
To become reflective, we need face to face teaching for wisdom and online education just create interest for that and cannot be substitute of class room, believes Prof. Goel.
We have to work out the strategies for overcoming the limitations of e-teaching and e-learning for implementing, said Prof .Goel.
To compete with the foreign universities, we need to accept the challenge with spiritual training of teachers based on sermons from Gita and Anu-Gita for enlightened global citizenship in Hinglish if not English language , told Prof. Goel.
The fraternity of teachers have to be ready for all the challenges by becoming street smart teachers (simple, moral, action oriented, responsive and transparent) with effective leadership qualities, told Goel.
We need to reduce the scarcity of teachers by encouraging shadow teachers out of senior students under earn while you learn scheme, told Prof. Goel.