OPINION OF THE COLLEGE TEACHERS ON NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY- 2020 IN PURBA MEDINIPUR DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL – A CASE STUDY.

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Dr. Pijush Kanti Tripathi

Keywords

National Education Policy, multidisciplinary, descriptive research, stratified sampling, rating scale

Abstract

The Indian government has placed a strong emphasis on making significant reforms to its educational system in order to raise standards and make it more widely accepted. In an effort to give everyone access to high-quality education, the MHRD recently unveiled the National Education Policy (NEP), which would drastically alter the educational landscape. NEP 2020 seeks to modernise education to meet 21st-century demands while also making it more transdisciplinary, adaptable, and comprehensive. The goal of the current study is to learn what educators think about the National Education Policy 2020 and how their opinions relate to the key elements of the policy, specifically as they relate to gender, teacher discipline, and teaching experience. In this work, descriptive research is used. Here, the technique of purposeful stratified sampling has been applied. A five-point rating scale questionnaire was created based on some of the most notable aspects of NEP 2020. The study's findings indicate that teachers have a high degree of agreement and a low degree of disagreement with NEP. Additionally, it shows that while teaching experience is found to be significant, the relationship between teachers' agreement and disagreement (opinion) on the aspects of NEP 2020 with regard to gender and teacher discipline is found to be non-significant. The adoption of new educational policies in the Indian educational system would undoubtedly result in the comprehensive growth of the country's future inhabitants.

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