Udaipur. The basic tenet of the National Education Policy states that an excellent educational institution is one in which every student is welcomed, looked after, and has a safe and inspiring learning environment. This is the first education policy of the 21st century, whereby children have been targeted for quality education and 100% enrollment from primary to secondary level. The realization of these goals and implementing this policy at the grassroots level is a considerable challenge. It will be impossible to realize it without the cooperation of all the stakeholders. The said idea was expressed by Dr. Shailendra Pandya, Member, Rajasthan State Child Rights Protection Commission, Government of Rajasthan, was Speaking at the level workshop as the Chief Guest. in the Rajasthan State Educational Research and Training Council (SCERT) in Udaipur under the joint aegis of the Department of International Institute of Cry and Women's Empowerment - Division on National Education Policy - 2020
While interacting with the participants on the characteristics and challenges of education policy, threw light on various aspects of the new education policy.
Puneet Sharma, Chief Planning Officer, Planning Department Udaipur, Sanjay Joshi Deputy Director Women Empowerment Udaipur, Devi Kishan Parmar, representative of cry Institute, and representatives of Education Department also presented their views at the program.
Representatives of various voluntary institutions working in the Udaipur division, Rajasthan SCERT, and Education Department representatives participated in the program.