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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Press conference on recommendations for NEP

Release of an
Analytical Report and Recommendations on New Education Policy

Mr. Mohammad Salman President of SIO Mumbai chapter
addressing media brief the recommendations and said that there were
consultation programs done by SIO at 19 different places with
Professors, academicians, students and other Student organizations’
and Report is drafted to MHRD and state Education department as part
of Suggestion For New educational policy 2015.(Recommendations
Enclosed)

On this occasion, Chief Guest Mr. Sudheendra Kulkarni (Chairman, ORF
Mumbai) congratulate the student body for preparing the document and
said that “The New National Education Policy must simultaneously
achieve four objectives - Equity, Access, Excellence and
Employability. Promotion of communal harmony, secularism, national
unity and integration, social justice, gender justice, tolerance and
respect for pluralism and diversity, and peace in the world must be
the guiding purpose of the system of education at all levels.” Quoting
Swami Vivekananda he said “purpose of Education should be "Atmano
Mokshartham Jagadhitaya cha" (For the liberation of self and for
welfare of the world).

Educationist and writer from Aurangabad Dr. Badrul Islam raised
serious consensus on the market-oriented up gradations of educational
policy in third decade of economic reforms, where Private stakeholders
in both school and higher education on name of philanthropic approach
adopting the responsibility of education by removing it from shoulders
of government, and this philanthropic understanding of today’s time is
much dominated by corporate players who are influencing on curriculum
reforms rather infrastructural based on their market policies.

Today government is cutting grants on schemes at different levels, and
at many places faculties are recruited on contract basis by
demoralizing their responsibility, it became very difficult to
distinguish economic and educational discourse, it is mixed in
totality and results are expected in the same way which is not
possible, since education is gradual process to build community and
nation besides helping for employability, many courses we have
neglected in humanities by assuming it as non-employable course in
higher and school education, if we want to progress then we also need
to have good understanding on subject of humanities.

SIO Mumbai

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