Under the new education policy, the government removed the 10th board, MPhil also ended.., Fact Check of the viral claim

New Delhi: The central government is working on implementing the new education policy in the country. During this, a message is becoming increasingly viral on social media. It is being claimed that under the new education policy, there will be no 10th board examination and MPhil has also been closed. This message is spreading rapidly on WhatsApp. The misleading message for the people is disturbing.


Now in this case the team of Press Information Bureau (PIB) has tried to find out the truth of the message. He found that no such order has been issued by the government. After investigating the matter by PIB, it has come to the fore that there is no such intention nor any order has been issued under the new education policy of the government. Referring to the new education policy, it has been said in this message that in view of the proposed education policy of 2020, the Education Department and the Central Government have issued an order not to conduct the 10th board examination.

This is a fake news. The New Education Policy, 2020, proposes a number of reforms with respect to school and higher education, such as multiple entry and exit options in degree courses, common entrance examinations for universities, a single regulator for higher education institutions, etc. and MPhil programmes. To close. However, there is no proposal to abolish the class 10 board exams in the new education policy, as claimed in the viral post. The policy talks about reforms in board and entrance examinations, so as to do away with the need to start coaching classes.

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