The Prime minister, Modi, is going to initiate a three days summit in Varanasi to discuss the implementation of the national education policy. Almost 300 vice-chancellors and directors from both public and private universities will attend the summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open a three-day education summit in Varanasi on Thursday to discuss the implementation of the national education policy (NEP) 2020 in the higher education sector, according to a statement issued by the ministry of education.
Over 300 vice-chancellors and directors from public and private universities, educators, policymakers, and business representatives from all over the nation will participate in this summit, Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam, to discuss how the policy can be successfully implemented.
The summit will take place from July 7 to 9. The summit is anticipated to cover a wide range of subjects, including multidisciplinary and holistic education, skill development and employability, Indian knowledge systems, internationalization of education, digital empowerment and online education, research, innovation, and entrepreneurship, quality, ranking, and accreditation, equitable and inclusive education, and building the capacity of teachers for quality education.