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Forced Acceptance Of Online Education Would Augur Well For Online Delivery Of Educational Opportunities: Dr Ajeenkya DY Patil, President, Ajeenkya DY Patil University

In an exclusive conversation with BW Education, Dr Ajeenkya DY Patil, President - Ajeenkya DY Patil University and Chairman - DY Patil Group shed some useful insights on the impact of COVID-19 disruptions on the education sector, the New Educational Policy and Union Budget 2021. Excerpts:

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Union Budget 2021: NDEARing To A Strategic Shift In Education

A National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR) envisaged in the Budget states that it would be “set up within the context of a Digital First Mindset”. This is a fundamental shift and will not be an easy one to pull-off, but you cannot fault the FM on intent.

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Budget 2021: Hype And Hope For Education

Budget earmarks the need for holistic progress cards for students that will provide them invaluable information to help students choose careers based on their personal strengths, interests and potentialities.

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NEP 2020: Solving For A Scientifically Designed Career Guidance Program

The National Education Policy, 2020 attempts to instil a holistic, integrated, enjoyable and engaging pedagogy that will allow students to explore their interests at early stages.

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The EdTech Sector Is Poised For Growth

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The education tech landscape will evolve, more pure content plays will be created, more online digital plays that are horizontal will be created.

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In The Era Of AI How Coding Is Most Important For Students

The National Education Policy (NEP), has introduced Coding at a young age to enhance the exposure to technology and create a path to a new world of innovation and creativity.

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COVID, NEP And Changing Education Landscape

What COVID has done is to wake up the system from its slumber and disrupt the traditional process completely, forcing the education sector to embrace digital medium in a big way.

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New Education Policy 2020: A Determined Attempt To Transform Professional Education For An Atmanirbhar Bharat

NEP has ingredients for building robust systems to support high-quality research, recruit the best talent, and promote meritocracy

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Gaps In Education: The Need For Well-equipped Modern Schools In Small Towns

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Unless the schools in the small towns match up to the standards of their counterparts in capital cities, issues like migration, unskilled labour and unemployment, among others, will not be mitigated.

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How NEP Makes The Future Generation, Future-ready

The NEP will be a blueprint for India to be self-reliant; it shall speak to all aspects of education with an eye on the future.

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