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Internationalisation of Higher Education in India UGC brings regulations in accordance with NEP, 2020-Education News

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) has finally brought in regulations to internationalise and upgrade India ‘s educational system in accordance with New Education Policy (2020).

Education News India
Education News India

HRD Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal unveiled the New Education Policy (NEP), 2020, with the goal of raising educational standards in the country. To promote internationalisation of higher education and make India a top study destination, NEP 2020 calls for a number of actions, including, facilitating faculty/student exchanges, research and teaching partnerships, and the signing of pertinent, mutually beneficial MOUs with foreign nations.  It also involves encouraging top-performing Indian universities to establish campuses abroad. For instance, those from the top 100 universities in the world will be allowed to operate in India. Each Higher Educational Institute (HEI) will set up an international student office to welcome and assist students arriving from abroad.

Also, each HEI will be allowed to count credits earned at foreign universities when necessary and there will be courses and programmes in subjects like Indology, Indian languages, AYUSH systems of medicine, yoga, arts, etc. Numerous actions have been taken to improve internationalisation of higher education in accordance with the National Education Policy (NEP), 2020, including Identifying and fostering each student’s unique strengths through educating parents and teachers about the need of fostering each student’s holistic development in both academic and extracurricular areas.

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