Tribune News Service
Patiala, November 26
The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) on Friday observed National Constitution Day to commemorate the formal adoption of the Constitution of India. Prof BK Kuthalia, chairman, State Higher Education Council, Panchkula, talked about constitutionalism and the National Education Policy 2020 during an online lecture delivered on the occasion.
Prof Kuthalia said, “Constitutionalism took shape during the National Movement for Independence.” Regarding recommendations of the National Education Policy Prof Kuthalia said, “The policy aims to transform India into a vibrant knowledge society. It is a plan of action to change the system of governance.”
The Indian Education System required structural reforms and not ‘cosmetic changes’, Prof Kuthalia added.
Constitutionalism took shape during the Independence movement. The National Education Policy aims at transforming India into a vibrant knowledge society. It is a plan of action to change the system of governance. Prof BK Kuthalia, chairman, State Higher Education Council, Panchkula
“With a focus on skill enhancement, multidisciplinary studies, academic bank credit and research, the NEP 2020 re-imagines vocational education,” said Prof Kuthalia.
“The NEP will initiate vocational education in schools and students will have a flexible curricular framework. Essential and experiential learning and critical thinking will enhance skills of students to meet new requirements of the 21st century,” Prof Kuthalia added.
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