– Foundational Literacy and Numeracy: Achieving foundational literacy and numeracy among students by 2025, ensuring a strong educational base. – Revamped Examination Structure: Students will now undertake exams in grades 2, 5, and 8, reducing the burden and frequency of assessments. Board exams for grades 10 and 12 will be revamped with biannual – Interdisciplinary Curriculum: Encouraging interdisciplinary and multilingual education, the policy promotes a flexible curriculum that nurtures diverse skills and knowledge. – Coding and Experimental Learning: Coding will be introduced in 6th grade to enhance practical understanding. Health Focus: Extension mid-day meal scheme to include breakfast, prioritizing students’ well-being with the addition of counselors.
– Multidisciplinary Bachelor’s Degrees: A flexible 4-year undergraduate program with multiple exit points (certificate, diploma, bachelor’s) to foster a comprehensive skill set. – Phasing Out M.Phil: The policy discontinues M.Phil courses, aligning degrees and streamlining the education journey. – Higher Education Commission: A Higher Education Commission of India will regulate higher education, aiming to enhance enrollment ratios and maintain academic standards. – Regulatory Councils: A National Higher Education Regulatory Council will oversee higher education, and a Higher Education Grant Council will fund universities and colleges, replacing existing bodies. – Internationalization: Encouragement international collaboration by allowing foreign universities to establish campuses in India