Kerala squanders chance to be part of edu. policy discussion

New Delhi: Kerala squandered the chance to participate in the discussions to evolve a new public educational policy for India, as the last day to submit a report after assimilating the ideas from the discussions held at the panchayat level was Friday. The nation still follows the education policy that former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi introduced in 1986. As part of efforts to evolve new policy, the draft policy was put up on the website and suggestions were invited. The Centre's plan is to discuss the NEP at the panchayat, block, district and state levels, then at the zonal levels and finally at twelve round table conferences. The new education policy would be implemented only after this.

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