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WEBINAR - NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY - 2020 : THE WAY FORWARD - Shared screen with speaker view
dr pranabananda patusi
03:24
Dr prabananda patusi , Lcturer in Engish , Hill-Top Degree College, Mohana, Gajapati ,odisha ,pranabpattajoshi@gmailcom
dr pranabananda patusi
03:44
Good Morning to all
Sumana
07:01
Good Morning Everyone
dr pranabananda patusi
07:25
Dr prabananda patusi , Lcturer in Engish , Hill-Top Degree College, Mohana, Gajapati ,odisha ,pranabpattajoshi@gmailcomGood Morning to all
Sarojini Sahu
07:33
Good morning everyone
MANSHA GARG
07:48
good morning all
dr pranabananda patusi
11:22
Dr prabananda patusi , Lcturer in Engish , Hill-Top Degree College, Mohana, Gajapati ,odisha ,pranabpattajoshi@gmailcomGood Morning to all
Sonam Mansukhani
11:50
Good morning Dr. Prabananda
Sonam Mansukhani
12:02
This is Dr. Sonam Mansukhani
Jayanthi Babureddy
12:11
Good morning to all,Dr.vyjayanthi.R
Sonam Mansukhani
12:29
Good morning Dr.Vyjayanthi
Sarojini Sahu
14:57
Mrs.Sarojini Sahu, Researcher, Digapahandi, Ganjam, Odisha. sarojinisahu2050@gmail.com
Sonam Mansukhani
15:25
Good morning Ms. Sarojini
dr pranabananda patusi
15:36
Dr prabananda patusi , Lcturer in Engish , Hill-Top Degree College, Mohana, Gajapati ,odisha ,pranabpattajoshi@gmailcomGood Morning to all
Anand Prakash Pathak
17:05
Good morning to all. It is Anand Prakash Pathak, Assistant Professor (Selection Grade), University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun.
Sonam Mansukhani
18:09
Good morning Prof. Anand
Amogh P.M. (OPJ) G4
19:35
good morning
R_DC
21:01
Good Morning Everyone 🙏
Dr.Shreelakshmi P
21:25
Good morning
dr pranabananda patusi
24:37
Hoing for a better discussion on today's webinar , i wait
dr pranabananda patusi
25:16
sorry , plz read hoping
Richa Gupta
25:58
good morning everyone
Dr. Mayengbam Joychandra Singh
26:14
Good morning everyone
K. S. Paviyazhini
26:21
Good Morning everyone
MANSHA GARG opj
26:50
maam i have a little network issue so cannot turn on my video
MANSHA GARG opj
27:07
if i turn it on i will not be able to here
MANSHA GARG opj
27:10
hear
Jennifer Fernandes
29:17
Good morning everyone
Dr Sulagna Mohanty
29:46
A very good morning to all
dr pranabananda patusi
31:34
good morning
dR. Xavier VK
32:40
Good Morning all Dignitaries and delegates of Webinar on National Education Policy - Dr. Xavier VK
dr pranabananda patusi
32:44
Dr pranabananda Patusi, Lecturer in English, Hill -Top Degree College, Mohana, Gajapati, Odisha,pranabpattajoshi@gmail.com
JITENDRA KUMAR
33:27
Good Morning everyone!
Keren. Franklin
33:50
Good Morning to all!
JITENDRA KUMAR
34:07
Jitendra Kumar Gupta (Research Scholar) B R Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur. Email :jitendramuz89@gmail.com
Sandya Rani
34:25
good morning everyone
Manoj Kumar Behera
35:57
good morning to all
Sonia Rani
36:32
good morning everyone, Dr. Sonia Rani, Trinity College,jalandhar
dr pranabananda patusi
38:11
Good morning
Dr Shashi A Mishra
38:18
good morning to all. Dr Shashi Arunkumar Mishra. Mumbai
V.Vijayalakshmi
38:22
V.Vijayalakshmi Amrita Vishva Vidyapeetham Coimbatore
V.Vijayalakshmi
39:01
I am not able to get audio any YouTube link
Dr Sulagna Mohanty
40:33
Vijaylakshmi mam, please log out and try to log in again. You might be able to get the audio. Thank you
dr pranabananda patusi
41:09
Dr prabananda patusi , Lcturer in Engish , Hill-Top Degree College, Mohana, Gajapati ,odisha ,pranabpattajoshi@gmailcomGood Morning to all
Ankusha Bandyopadhyay
42:21
Ankusha Bandyopadhyay, Asst prof. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, ankusha.bandyopadhyay@gmail.com.
Ankusha Bandyopadhyay
42:45
Good morning to all.
Sandya Rani
43:40
S Sandya Rani,Research Scholar(Kolhan University) Sandya. indu@gmail.com
Galaxy J6
44:21
no audio sir
Anusha H (PSE) grp 5
52:27
Starting training like coding at the young age like class 6, will it not be in way pressurising for the student?
dr pranabananda patusi
53:09
pranabpattajoshi@gmail.com
Preetam Mohanty
53:24
sir, with the various ways in which the NEP 2020 brags itself, there is a budget of 6% of the GDP for education for the states and the centers striving to reach it. in reality, with 50% of the population below 25, what is actually required was 10% atleast. + many states are not capable as well to provide. so will the central govt do any mechanisms for this? and how are we supposed to do this entire change and modern educational development within 6% of the GDP given to education?
Amogh P.M. (OPJ)
57:59
sir, would 10+2 grades mean including puc levels in high school level?
Sonam Mansukhani
58:55
Amogh, the plus 2 stage is already included in the new paradigm.
Nikhil Gupta
59:22
Ma'am can we ask questions at the end ?
Sonam Mansukhani
59:57
You may but better to put it on chat box as it will help us filter
Nikhil Gupta
01:00:09
okay ma'am
Amogh P.M. (OPJ)
01:01:23
can students pick their subjects of choice at 6th grade?
Preetam Mohanty
01:03:35
another question I got, introduction to the early childhood care and education through the anganwadi workers, its basically an attempt to face the brave world with a totally rusted system. (personal opinion). in most places, and some people won even be trainable. so, what do u suggest? should they be trained to the last level till they are fit for the job? or do u suggest any other ways to it?
Sarojini Sahu
01:03:39
How far is it possible for the colleges situated in the rural areas to impart skill based education having only Arts stream?
Opj_Kavya Gopal
01:03:54
what do you would be the biggest challenge while implementing the new nep ?
Nikhil Gupta
01:04:19
Sir does Industrial Visits provide holistic development of a student? if yes, as we dont see it happening in the current system, would there be compulsory inclusion of Industrial Visit in school/college curriculum ?and how much do you think Is it necessary to have Industrial Visit?
Sumon Bhattacharyya
01:06:06
Can any combination of subjects be taken in the +2 level ?
Dr pranabananda Patusi
01:06:46
can the present system improve the standard of the students? It is purely a corporate based Education? How far is it appropriate to the rural colleges having only one stream? How the students in the rural areas will get skill based education and inter disciplinary subjects? Is not it paves the way for privitazation of Education?
A
01:07:39
audio is clear in the laptop not in the mobile
Anusha H (PSE) grp 5
01:08:20
5+3+3+4 . 5(2+3: age 3 to 6 anganwadi or playschool and age 6 to 8 class 1-2)which is foundational level, helps in improving the cognitive ability, and the basics. +3 is the class 3to 5 age 8 to 11. +3 is class 6 to 8 age 11 to 14. +4 class 9 to 12 age 14 to 18.
Trisha Jain(OPJ)
01:09:53
Sir the education policy talks about bringing digital resources and using technology in running business. So now not everybody is skilled to use the technology easily, even if their is training given will it help to get proper jobs and even if it happens what about the current weaker section of the society? Won't this idea snatch away many peoples daily bread as we don't need many people handling an area which is completely digitalised?
Amogh P.M. (OPJ)
01:09:58
can the child start first grade at 7 years of age?
Sumon Bhattacharyya
01:10:07
Will the Universities be allowed to start Online Degrees & given equal credit ?
Dr. Sunanda Nanda Bera
01:12:45
Thanks to all Panelists, resource persons and organising committe members.. myself DR. SUNANDA NANDA BERA, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, EMAIL- snbera9@gmail.com
Sarojini Sahu
01:12:58
Mrs.Sarojini Sahu, W/O, Dr. Pranabananda Patusi, Researcher, Digapahandi, Ganjam, Odisha sarojinisahu2050@gmail.com
Trisha Jain(OPJ)
01:13:55
Sir even the policy have introduced these various course but in India is education easily affordable for all the sections of India? What's the use if students cannot afford it ?
Sonia Rani
01:14:56
how this policy will effect the marginalized sections?
Dr. Sunanda Nanda Bera
01:15:43
very informative Webinar.. DR. SUNANDA NANDA BERA, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, EMAIL- snbera9@gmail.com
Lekshmi R
01:17:10
Sir, how does the NEP 2020 differ from the earlier NEP in its approach towards teachers?
Shubham Singh(OPJ) G-7
01:17:32
The Draft of National Education Policy 2019, included sex education in it, then why is it not included in the Final Policy ?
Dr.Talla Narayana Gowd
01:17:50
For development of India, Strengthening of quality of Rural Education in India is essential. Whether the New Education Policy is helpful in the integrated Development of India or not ?
Sumon Bhattacharyya
01:18:04
Is their the provision of multi entry & multi exit scheme in the Degree level ?
Amogh P.M. (OPJ)
01:18:04
why should sex education be taught at such a young age?
Dr.Shreelakshmi P
01:18:09
How effective would it be to have integrated B
Abhishek Kumar
01:18:14
How do you think scholarship of scholars, teachers and students will be developed in the inter disciplinary space? Because at the moment, it only means giving a large number of courses belonging to different disciplines. It rarely happens that depth is encouraged and what ultimately happens is people just know a little of many things and nothing very well.
Dr. Habeeb
01:18:37
our institutes are not figured in top 100 or 200 ranking. What is the reason? Is it because of the parameters/method of evaluation? May be more favourable to western institutes. How credible is the evaluation authority?
Dr.Talla Narayana Gowd
01:19:07
Why many IITs or NITs or Universities of India didn't not
Pleasa Serin Abraham
01:21:00
The proposal is that public and private schools – except the schools that are managed, aided or controlled, by the central government – will be assessed and accredited on the same criteria, benchmarks, and processes. Already established best practices are there set by individual states.
Dr.Talla Narayana Gowd
01:21:06
Why many IITs or NITs or Universities of India didn't not get the rank in top 100 in the world even after 73 years ?
Sonia Rani
01:21:57
no audio sir
Pleasa Serin Abraham
01:23:00
The proposal to transform the educational sector from the affiliation system to the autonomous system in the coming 15 years will adversely impact students’ access to higher educational institutions, especially in villages and other backward areas.
Trisha Jain(OPJ)
01:23:19
IF the government is so determined to increase the Gross Enrolment Ration then why doesn't it reduce the course fee to minimal amount(specially the college fee) so that the students can continue studying and not drop out at an early age
Dr pranabananda Patusi
01:25:05
can the present system improve the standard of the students? It is purely a corporate based Education? How far is it appropriate to the rural colleges having only one stream? How the students in the rural areas will get skill based education and inter disciplinary subjects? Is not it paves the way for privitazation of Education?
Aditi.Anand (PSE)
01:28:07
Sir I have two questions I would like to ask : 1) How can we address the issue of skewed access to higher education which willreduce existing regional disparities and has the previous schemes failed toresolve these gaps ?2) How do we target the disadvantaged groups in the rural areas and amongeconomically poor households for them to afford education to implement the NEP 2020 ? Thank you Sir.
Amogh P.M. (OPJ)
01:29:40
Does the NEP 2020 introduce sex education? If so, why should sex education be taught to kids at such a young age? Would it degrade their innocence?
KARTIKEYA KRISHNA
01:31:55
Sir will all colleges have the option to offer a 4 year program
Pushkarni Panchamukhi
01:32:08
Will inviting foreign universities not wipe out local universities and also will it not pose a danger to indigenous knowledge extended by Indian universities?
Abhishek Kumar
01:32:10
optical fibre to all villages is a project that's going on for last 10 years if not longer
Sarojini Sahu
01:34:35
How far is it possible for the colleges situated in the rural areas to impart skill based education having only Arts stream?
Anand Prakash Pathak
01:35:54
please use video responsibly
Soubiya
01:37:11
Sir, some foreign universities for higher studies have a requirement that you need to show minimum 4 years of education at Bachelor's level but our course is 3 years, how will that be tackled in this policy?
Amogh P.M. (OPJ)
01:44:03
are there any changes in the examination system in the policy?
Dr. Sunanda Nanda Bera
01:45:30
pls share feedback link... DR. SUNANDA NANDA BERA, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, EMAIL- snbera9@gmail.com
Sumon Bhattacharyya
01:46:22
Is there any Certificate option for attending the Webinar ?
JITENDRA KUMAR
01:48:38
what about the feedback form....
Sarojini Sahu
01:49:12
How far is it possible for the colleges situated in the rural areas to impart skill based education having only Arts stream
Dr pranabananda Patusi
01:49:20
isn't the importance of English minimised?Its a preplan to Smash English Language
Sarojini Sahu
01:50:33
How far is it possible for the colleges situated in the rural areas to impart skill based education having only Arts stream?
Dr pranabananda Patusi
01:52:38
foreign companies are coming and demanding SEZ.
Dr. Habeeb
01:53:09
UPA 2 has tried to invite foreign universities but the result was not impressive. Then how NEP is going to adress this?
T V SRIRAM
01:53:44
I have a question which is a little off topic, But, do you think India's policy Is more focused on professional education and a broad understanding of a subject as compared to the western sphere of education focusing on more vocational training for a certain career and job like germany?
Dr pranabananda Patusi
01:53:51
ok sir, they are coming for business. Destructuction in the name of development.
Sonam Mansukhani
01:54:04
Please write to me on m.sonam@jainuniversity.ac.in
Soubiya
01:54:43
Will our degree be changed to 4 years?
Dr.Shreelakshmi P
01:55:41
Sir want to know your opinion on integrated B.Ed course at graduate level
Dr.Isac Gunday
01:57:12
Hi, to Everyone. I am Dr. Isaac Gunday from Andhra Pradesh. My phone battery is low and no power to chargeIt's a nice discussion with you.Thank you to Jain university and All.Bye.
Dr pranabananda Patusi
01:57:43
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Dr pranabananda Patusi
02:01:19
wonderful talk and question answer session
Susama Panda
02:01:28
very insightful
JITENDRA KUMAR
02:01:41
share feedback link..
Dr pranabananda Patusi
02:01:51
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Dr pranabananda Patusi
02:02:06
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Dr. Mayengbam Joychandra Singh
02:02:12
Thank You Sir
K. S. Paviyazhini
02:02:24
Thank you Everyone
Lovely Joseph Pullokaran
02:02:34
sir......informative and valuable session...
Dr pranabananda Patusi
02:03:20
Feed back form
Jayanthi Babureddy
02:03:32
Thank you for providing excellent information Dr.vyjayanthi.R
Joanspreetha Y
02:03:42
thank you sir
Sudakshina Bhattacharya
02:03:46
thank you for hosting this programme
Anand Prakash Pathak
02:03:56
thank you for organizing such a wonderful & informative event
Sarojini Sahu
02:03:58
Feedback link please
A
02:04:12
Excellent session
Ankusha Bandyopadhyay
02:04:25
Thank you insightful session .
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02:04:29
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