All Institutes Equal for Auditors; Single Regulator formed; Multidisciplinary Education to be promoted--All changes you need to know.
New Delhi: Under the New Education Policy or NEP 2020, all educational institutions will be held to a similar level of audit and disclosures.
There will be a single body which will regulate all higher educational institutes, the Higher Education Commission of India.
The NEP 2020 also said that now there will be transparency in disclosure of fees charged by all Higher Educational Institutions, also the institutions cannot increase the fees randomly.
Categorization of HEIs
All Higher Educational Institutions will now be categorized into 3 categories-- Research, Teaching and Autonomous Degree-Granting.
Multidisciplinary Study and Flexible Learning
The NEP 2020 will support multidisciplinary studies and flexible learning by the year 2040. Students are free to opt for subjects of their choice. For Ex-Students can now choose Fashion Designing as Major and Physics as Minor. Transfer of Credits will be exercised with the help of Digilocker and Academic Credit Bank.
You can Drop Out with a certificate
As per the new policy, the Under Graduate Programmes of 3 or 4 years will have multiple exit options. Students can drop out after 1 year and get a certificate or you can get a diploma after 2 years and leave.
Internationalisation of Education
The newly draft NEP states that high performing Indian Universities will be encouraged to set up campuses in other countries. Similarly, the Top 100 universities worldwide can set up campuses in India.