New education policy focuses on Indian culture: Himachal Governor Arlekar

New education policy focuses on Indian culture: Himachal Governor Arlekar

Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar. File photo

Dharamsala, October 13

Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar said the National Education Policy (NEP) focused on Indian thoughts, culture, history and values, that will help the nation reestablish itself as the leader of the world.

The Governor was the chief guest at a seminar held on ‘Shiksha Ka Bhartiya Swaroop’ organised by the Central University at Dharamsala today. He said today’s education was not able to connect us with culture and traditions. “The new education policy can help us to solve the problem. The policy cares about the development of educational institutions.”

He said we got political freedom in 1947, but the British ideology still prevailed. He appreciated the efforts of the Himachal Central University in taking forward the NEP. — TNS

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