Amit Shah: Regional languages will play crucial role in revolutionising the education system

BENGALURU: Regional languages, will play a critical role in revolutionising the education system guided by the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, said the  Union Home Minister Amit Shah. 

In his inaugural address at the Nrupatunga University on the auspicious day of Basava Jayanti, Akshaya Tritiya, and Eid, he said that the Narendra Modi-led goovernemnt has pledged to realise the objective of making India a knowledge-based superpower. 

During the celebration of 75 years of independence (Azad ka Amrit Mahotsav), the Centre hopes to instil a culture of patriotism among students, he said. He noted that 410 higher education institutions have been established in the country in the last eight years, including six central universities, seven IIMs, and 15 AIIMS.

The minister said that the North East region, which had previously been overlooked, has been given priority in all developmental projects, including education, and that a Sindhu Central University has been constructed in Ladakh. He also stated that the union government is working to build India as a global manufacturing base. He also praised Karnataka for setting an example for other states in terms of implementing the NEP-2020.

Chief Minister Basavarja Bommai, speaking at the event, noted that the government is focusing on the three E's: Education, Employment, and Empowerment. He also stated that a new employment policy has been developed that places a strong emphasis on boosting self-employment and entrepreneurs.

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