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CM Mamata Banerjee is likely to raise some concerns on education policy At the Niti Ayog meeting Special focus on education policy! At Niti Aayog rally, Mamata to talk about national education policy – ​​News18 Bangla

#Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee left for Delhi on Thursday to attend Niti Aayog’s meeting. The visit of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to Delhi is already arousing curiosity. And this Niti Aayog meeting is going to be one of the most important ‘Education Policy’. At least that’s the news according to new sources.

In 2020, the central government formulated the “National Education Policy 2020” to formulate education policy across the country. And with this education policy, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee can attend NITI Aayog board meeting.

According to Navanna sources, a high-level meeting was held recently under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary. The Vice Chancellor of Jadavpur University, the Chairman of the Curriculum Committee, the Chairman of the Board of Higher Secondary Education and several officials from the Department of School Education were present at this meeting. According to Navanna sources, this whole matter was discussed at this meeting.

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Basically, the state has objections to several parts of the “central education policy”. What the state has repeatedly stated since the development of the education policy. According to sources, the state wants to make a separate education policy with the overall education system. However, officials also agree that students in the state will be in trouble if several parts of the central education policy are not implemented.

In this case, the state will oppose the remaining parts even if the significant parts of the central education policy are included in the separate education policy. And Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee can raise these objections at the NITI Aayog board meeting. It includes a number of recommendations, including having the 10th and 12th grade exams run by a single jury. Besides school education, the state also has objections to several recommendations on higher education. So on the whole, if the state wants to do education policy separately, but some parts of the central education policy are accepted in principle, the chief minister can point out that the remaining parts will not be implemented during the Niti Aayog board meeting. of administrators.

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Education as a component is a jointly listed subject. In this case, even if the state formulates a separate education policy, the chief minister may raise objections to parts of the central education policy at the Niti Aayog executive council meeting and explain parts of the State objections. It is believed that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may raise the issue that the state is not receiving money for several central government projects besides education policy at the Niti Aayog meeting. Incidentally, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s visit to Delhi is also expected to have a courtesy meeting with the country’s newly elected President, Draupadi Murmu. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is due to return to Kolkata next Monday.

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