Significant progress is being made in the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and as per one of its key recommendations, 14 engineering institutes in eight states will provide technical education in five regional languages, Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday.
Significant progress is being made in implementing the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, and in line with one of its key recommendations, 14 engineering colleges in eight states will provide technical education in five regional languages, Union Education, Skills Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday.
The minister said the move would promote the country’s regional languages and “ensure that our aspiring youth can pursue technical education without worrying about language barriers.” In the presence of Director Mini Shazi Thomas, who inaugurated the Center of Excellence in Advanced Manufacturing at a cost of Rs 7 crore in Tiruchirappalli, the National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Tiruchirappalli, the Union Minister said, I assure you that you will witness a major change in our education system when we fully implement the policy. “
“As knowledge becomes the driving force of the modern economy, it is imperative that we move our education ecosystem in tune with the 21st century. In this spirit we now have NEP 2020. It promotes accessible, affordable, equitable and quality standards for all.” Education, ”said Mr. Pradhan.
This vision document provides the nation with a road map for the future, he said. “We are making significant progress in implementing the NEP. In line with a key recommendation of the policy, 14 engineering colleges in 8 states will provide technical education in 5 regional languages,” he said.
Further, as India moves towards the realization of a self-reliant India, the country should ensure that innovation leads to inclusive and inclusive growth of people from different walks of life. “Our priority for innovation must be to get education accustomed to our socio-economic realities. I am sure that institutions like NIT Tiruchirappalli will play a vital role in innovation and contribute to its best potential in nation building,” he said.
The Union Minister, who inaugurated the OPAL-Women’s Hostel at the event, called for taking active steps to encourage women to opt for technical education and acquire more skills in this field. This is necessary not only for the benefit of more choice for women, but also for the empowerment of the country, she said. Chairperson Bhaskar Bhat presided over the function.
The Center of Excellence in Advanced Manufacturing Houses offers 3D Metal Printing, Femtosecond Micromachining System, Laser Shock Peing System and High-Temperature Indentation Tester for Metal Printing, Marking, Texturing, Micro-Channeling. -Drilling, micro-cutting, laser shock painting and imaging. These additions will further enhance the research and innovation climate at NIT Tiruchirappalli.