Govt. of India urges Arunachal to stress on education sector specifically

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Itanagar: Innovative methods in the education sector will be introduced to meet the challenges arising amid Covid-19 Pandemic and also will stress on creating more awareness about Covid-appropriate behavior among teachers and students, suggested by the government of India, after a virtual meet on the completion of one year of the National Education Policy (NEP).

Governors and Education Minister Taba Tedir along with officers of the state’s education department participated in the video conference were present during the virtual meeting, which was addressed by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.
After the interaction with the officials during the video conference, Mishra said that the Arunachal government, specifically its education department, would “realize the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, inter alia, towards total literacy.”
Several programmes were launched too, during the virtual meet, including Vidya Pravesh, Indian sign language as a subject, Nishtha 2:0 and Safal, AI website for public awareness, academic bank of credit and multiple entry-exit, first-year engineering programmes in regional languages, guidelines
for internationalization of higher education, national digital education architect, and the National Education Technology Forum by the prime minister.
Education Minister, Tedir also took the stock progress of the NEP implementation in Arunachal before the video conference.

On Thursday 29 July 2021, Governor BD Mishra commended the state government for declaring 2021-22 as the ‘Year of Education in the state to focus on the education sector and to bring necessary reforms in the sector.