National Education Policy – 2020: A Transformative Initiative in School Education

11 September 2020
5:00 PM IST
02 Hours
Participants from India

Participants from Overseas


NEP 2020 emphasizes on ensuring universal access to school education at all levels- pre-school to secondary. Early Childhood Care & Education with new Curricular and Pedagogical Structure. Reforms in school curricula and pedagogy. Multilingualism and the power of language. Assessment Reforms, School Governance, Standard-setting and Accreditation for School Education

What will you learn:

  • Insights into the new National Education Policy in the area of school education.
  • Analyze the systemic changes in the NEP and envisage the new role of teachers.
  • Prepare a plan of action to implement the new initiatives in School Education.

Takeaways from the National Level Webinar
• E – Certificate for participation
• Synopsis of the session on NEP 2020
• Live interaction with the Speakers NEP drafting committee members (Q & A)
• Being part of the discussion forums with other educators

Who can attend:

Teachers, School Leaders, Principals, and Educators.

Programme Date: 11th September 2020

Duration of the Session: 02 Hours (1-hour presentation and 1-hour Q & A)

Session Timings: 5:00pm-7:00pm (IST)

Participants from India:  300 INR 

Participants from Overseas: 10 USD

About the speaker:

Prof. K. Ramachandran     







  • Advisor and Professor, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA)
  • Member, Drafting Committee – National Education Policy

Professor K. Ramachandran is currently Senior Advisor, Unit of International Cooperation, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), New Delhi. He has been a member of the drafting committee for the National Education Policy 2020. During the period 1990-2008, he worked with UNICEF as Senior Education Specialist and Senior Programme Coordinator. Prior to this (from 1975-1990), he was a member of faculty of National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi He has contributed to the preparation of several publications on the state of education in India, including “India: Education for All – Towards Quality with Equity”.