A new chapter begins

02 August 2020


With the independent verticals taking care of Regulatory/Accreditation/Funding/General Education, it will address various issues related to smooth functioning of the education institutions. The introduction of a four-year multidisciplinary bachelor’s programme shall be the preferred option since it allows the opportunity to experience the full range of holistic and multidisciplinary education in addition to a focus on the chosen major and minors as per the choices of the student.

This change is an important step in revamping the higher education landscape. The multiple entry and exit options along with introduction of an academic bank of credit will provide an opportunity of continuing studies in a staggered way. This will address the needs of the industry and will also help students to go back and upgrade themselves after acquiring the work experience. The new education policy will provide students with exposure to multi-disciplinary and flexible curriculum which is the backbone of holistic development.

The increased focus on research will encourage education institutions in doing a cutting-edge research which is the need of the hour and will further help Indian degrees get more international acceptance,” says  Ashwani Awasthi, Managing Director, RICS School of Built Environment.

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