The New Education Policy 2020, that will certainly be a landmark in the history of education in India, has been approved by the government after wide ranging consultations. The Draft NEP discusses reducing curriculum content to enhance essential learning, critical thinking and more holistic experiential, discussion-based and analysis-based learning. Here you will get to know the major changes implemented through the education policy 2020. The education policy which is currently in force in our country was formulated in the year 1986. In 2019, the Ministry of Human Resource Development released a Draft New Education Policy 2019, which was followed by a number of public consultations. New Delhi: Implementation of new curriculum, assessment pattern and new Board exam patterns for class X rolls out from 2022-23 while for class XII from 2024-25, said the National Education Policy 2020, which was approved by the Union Cabinet on July 29, Wednesday. Some colleges and universities might start adapting few parts of policy from next academic year but not whole at once.The transition has to be smooth and trainings will setup for teachers regarding the policy.So it will take some time as of now. National Education Policy 2020 | New curriculum, assessment system to roll out from academic year 2021-22 Priscilla Jebaraj NEW DELHI, September 19, 2020 22:03 IST At least 3.5 crore new seats will be added to higher education institutions. The New Education Policy, NEP 2020 emphasises on the use of technology at both school and higher education levels. New Delhi: The HRD Ministry, which is in the process of giving final shape to the new National Education Policy (NEP), has laid down a six-point … Though NEP has been approved, its so vast that it can't be implemented immediately, but gradually. It is very case that what is formulated will be implemented in the way we are expecting. Higher Education: Increase GER to 50% by 2035: NEP 2020 aims to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio in higher education including vocational education from 26.3 per cent (2018) to 50 per cent by 2035. There are two parts of any policy: theory and practice part . It was revised in 1992. The NEP 2020 is the first new education policy to be introduced in India in the 21st century, the last having been implemented in 1986, 34 years ago.