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Legal Education Under New Indian Education Policy, 2020

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“Children are the future, educate them well and let them lead the way”.
In India, a new education policy typically comes along only once every few decades. The first education policy was in 1968, introduced by the administration under Mrs. Indira Gandhi. This was replaced by the National education policy in 1986, by Mr. Rajiv Gandhi who was Prime Minister at that time. A few years later in 1992, it was slightly modified again by Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao. and now in 2020, approximately three decades later, a new education policy with drastic changes has been brought in by the ruling government. The details of the policy were released to the nation after cabinet approval on. It was said that this National Education Policy or NEP 2020, would be a comprehensive framework to guide the development of education in the country.
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QURESHI, S. ., Dr. RAMPRAKASH, NARGIS, S. ., & AHMED, A. . (2021). Legal Education Under New Indian Education Policy, 2020. International Journal of Culture and Modernity, 4(April). Retrieved from https://ijcm.academicjournal.io/index.php/ijcm/article/view/34
  • Submitted
    31 May 2021
  • Revised
    31 May 2021
  • Published
    31 May 2021