03 August, 2020

  • A policy with many a right intention (Polity and Governance)
  • Keep the focus on education (Polity and Governance)
  • Parents, the first and natural tutors (Polity & governance)
  • Rebuild India's confidence, revive the economy (Indian Economy)
  • Question of the day (International relation)

Prelims Quiz

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    A POLICY WITH MANY A RIGHT INTENTION

    Thirty-four years after the last National Policy on Education was introduced, in 1986, the National Education Policy, 2020 has been announced. It has been approved by the Union Cabinet, and will hopefully be approved by Parliament soon.

    • Innovative ideas and Proposals
    • Problems in the Education Policy

     

    KEEP THE FOCUS ON EDUCATION

    The Kerala government had formed a committee headed by M.P. Poonia, vice-chairman of the All India Council for Technical Education, to study the feasibility of setting up an ‘education city’ in the State.

    • Setting up of Education City in Kerala
    • Identifying and overcoming challenges

     

    PARENTS, THE FIRST AND NATURAL TUTORS 

    The National Education Policy (NEP) emphatically makes the case for early childhood care and education (ECCE). But how can low-income parents, with constraints on their time and energy, start getting more involved in ECCE?

    • AIM (aspiration, information, and motivation and measurement) Strategy for ECCE

     

    REBUILD INDIA’S CONFIDENCE, REVIVE THE ECONOMY

    This article is written by Former PM and well-known economist, Mr. Manmohan Singh. This article has appeared in the newspaper in the context of the present economic slowdown caused due to COVID-19. In this regard, the article focusses on following dimensions:

    • Impact of Contraction of Indian Economy
    • Steps to be taken to counter slowdown.

     

    Comments

    ANKURGOYAL 3 months ago

    DNS 23/07/2020 - FAIZAN SIR
    IN MALAYSIA, THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING IS GIVNE TO 31% OF STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

    IN KENYA, IT IS 50%

    NETHERLANDS, IT IS 63%

     

    TODAY'S DNS DATED: 04/08/20 BY FAIZAN SIR

    MALAYSIA = 50%

    KENYA 80%

    KOREA >60%


    WHICH DATA TO MUG UP????

    Vishal Gohil 3 months ago

    22:24 Sir talks about 100% FDI in education sector, thus I am confuse in question number 4. Please help.