23 September, 2020

‘Vision Must Be Revised Every 10 Years’

Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar talks about national education policy and the key issues ailing the system in the country...

Photograph by Vijay Pandey
‘Vision Must Be Revised Every 10 Years’
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2017-07-31T11:00:11+05:30

The government is readying a natio­nal education policy, having formed a high-powered body that will come out with the final draft on its implementation. Union HRD minister Prakash Javade­kar speaks to Bula Devi on key issues ailing the system in the country and the ways being sought to tackle them.


Interview by Bula Devi; Video by Vijay Pandey; Edited by Suraj Wadhwa

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