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Traditional Indian Education Values and New National Education Policy Adopted by India
Varsha K. Patil,
Published in SAGE Publications Ltd
Ancient Indian education was value-based consisting of Gurukul system and world-famous “Nalanda and Takshashila Universities.” The value-based education policy reforms were the basis for utilizing the knowledge for benefits of mankind. In ancient Bharat, there were knowledgeable personalities like Sushrut, Aryabhatta, Panini, and Chanakya who set examples in front of the world. The national long-term impact is its shift from 10+2 pattern to 5+3+3+3+4. This decision will bring a major change in Indian education system after three decades. The new National Education Policy is promoting Indian value-based education with all-inclusive ecodevelopment of Holistic Education, Bharat-centric Education, Development of Knowledge-based Society, and Emphasis on Knowledge-based Education. © 2021 Trustees of Boston University.
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JournalData powered by TypesetJournal of Education
PublisherData powered by TypesetSAGE Publications Ltd
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