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this the market’s overwhelmingly educational nature and we see that, today, the business is not solely about books either. The changes both in post-COVID-19 education and in government policy, including the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, with a push towards more hybrid forms and interactive ways

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Education Policy ( NEP ), 2020 reveals that “the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012–2017) estimated that only a very small percentage of the Indian workforce in the age group of 19–24 (less than 5%) received formal vocational education whereas in countries such as the USA the number is 52%, in Germany 75%, and

In: Adult Education in India
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, which enables publishers to sell their products across the country. I feel that the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, which will be implemented in the coming year or two, offers a great opportunity for educational publishers to develop new content and adapt existing materials to fit the new syllabus

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its objectives, the Trust has started acclimatizing itself to the significant dimensions of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, adopted by the Union government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after a gap of almost 35 years. NEP opens new vistas of knowledge creation and

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Sangwari Hub has chosen to focus on issues related to SDG 5 (Gender Equality). The National Education Policy ( NEP ) 2020 of India mandates that teaching, research and service activities of colleges and universities be integrated through sustained and mutually beneficial community engagement. Socially

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In: Bridging Knowledge Cultures
Chapter 7 Using Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) for Building Youth Consciousness on Democracy in Everyday Life (DIEL) in India
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reduce conflict. The recently launched National Education Policy ( NEP ) 2020 by the Ministry of Human Resources & Development ( MHRD ), India, endorses these ideas and aims to prepare a skilled cohort ‘who are socially conscious, knowledgeable and can devise solutions to problems through innovation

In: Sustaining the Future of Higher Education