New Education Policy aims to facilitate an inclusive, participatory and holistic approach and it is a progressive shift towards a more scientific approach to education. The prescribed structure will help to cater the ability of the child – stages of cognitive development as well as social and physical awareness.
The age group 4 to 10 (up to class 5th)has been recognized globally as the crucial stage for development of mental faculties of a child. This period of education is more critical as it lays the foundation for the future studies and career stream. It is very critical for both parents as well children of this age group to make a right career decision keeping in mind of the new paradigm shift of Education Policy and the new age career options. We recommend our DMIT assessment for this age group.
New Education Policy 2020 has the maximum impact on students from class 6th to 10th and opens up a new paradigm for these students. It will introduce students to more abstract concepts in the subjects of mathematics, sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities. These 5 years of study are intended to inculcate a multidisciplinary study, coupled with depth and critical thinking. The experiential learning will be adopted and emphasis on practical knowledge and skill development will be the core focus point in the study curriculum.
It has become now more important for the students of class 6th to 10th to have a clear understanding of their inherent skill strengths, interest areas and capabilities so that they can get a right direction to succeed in their professional pursuit.
The “New Education Policy 2020” envisages a focused approach that aims to give play to the unique abilities of each student. Therefore, choosing the right courses and careers for students in grades 11 and 12 is now more important than ever. The evaluation now will be based more on the skill and capabilities of a student rather than marks or grades. Students will be assessed on the National Assessment Centre- ‘PARAKH’ which will be a realistic test for a student of his skills and application of knowledge instead of traditional rote learning evaluation.
A class 11th & 12thstudent who selects the courses and subjects mapped to his capabilities, traits, learning style, inherent strengths as well interests have a better chance to succeed in his higher studies and professional career than one who just selects his stream due to peer or parental pressure without any keenness or aptitude for the selected subjects.
Our Career Assessment for the students of these two classes along with a detailed roadmap with AI based student dashboard.
Did you know that our country has the world’s largest youth population in the age bracket of 18-24 years? Also, we are a country with the most extensive higher education system. With such a massive population rushing for the job market, choosing a specialization or course in graduation/post-graduation is not an easy task.
Many students, wanting to get a head start in their career, are confused about choosing their specialization or course especially when this decision has a direct bearing on their future career.
It is important to take a decision after understanding one’s passion and area of interest rather than participating in a rat race or choosing a course on peer or parental pressure. The right career decision begins with selecting the appropriate course at graduation level or specialization at the post-graduation stage which should be based on individual inherent strength, skills, personality, interest and learning style and not just on social influence or current trends.