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NEP empowers youth to become job creators rather than job seekers: LG

Post by RK News on Saturday, April 29, 2023

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Varanasi, April 28: Calling  upon the Universities and educational institutions to focus on 6Cs – Curiosity, Choice, Collaboration, Creativity, Communication and Critical Thinking, to empower youth, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today asserted that campuses and  classrooms should reflect the change and issues affecting the world, adding, NEP 2020 has brought transformative reforms in education. 
Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha was addressing the National Seminar on “National Education Policy-2020: Exploring the Prospects” at Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, today.
Lt Governor said that the National Education Policy encourages Knowledge, Innovation and Independent thinking for students' Holistic Development. Global outlook with an emphasis on Indian knowledge tradition makes the learning a lifelong process.  
The Lt Governor said the latest innovations in Artificial Intelligence will have greater impact on fourth industrial revolution. He said, since automation is changing workplaces across the world, youth will need reskilling, tech upskilling and  mental flexibility to adapt to ever-changing needs of the industry.
“Under the guidance of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi, NEP 2020 has brought transformative reforms in education. It has ensured that education system meets the challenges of 21st century and enables youth to become job giver rather than job seeker,” said the Lt Governor.
The Lt Governor highlighted various aspects of the National Education Policy and shared the vision to meet the challenges of future workplace and also highlighted the advantages of multidisciplinary Education. 
“Education nurtures our soul. NEP emphasises on establishing balance in living & life and to inculcate the desire for lifelong learning process. Real education in the true sense starts from where the syllabus ends and a student begins to discover him or herself,” said the Lt Governor.
Our National Education Policy aims to transform higher educational institutions as knowledge hubs that will create vibrant communities; bridge the gap between disciplines; enable artistic, creative development of students; promote research & innovation and make the education more inclusive, he said.
“As we are moving towards multi-disciplinary education, it is important that we focus on bridging technology gap and make our campuses a nursery of talents, who will make immense contribution to India’s knowledge economy,” the Lt Governor added.The Lt Governor also shared the efforts to implement NEP-2020, in letter and spirit, in J&K UT.
Prof. Anand Kumar Tyagi, Vice Chancellor, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi; HoDs; faculty members, resource persons and students in large number were present on the occasion.

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