The University Grants Commission (UGC) has announced guidelines for changing the education system in line with the new education policy. A detailed report has been prepared by ‘UGC’ about how this principle will be applicable for the higher education institutions of the country and how new education methods can be developed by breaking with the current traditional education system.
The process of implementing the new education policy is underway in the country. Efforts have to be made to adopt new educational policy aspects in higher education as compared to primary and secondary education. For this, there is a need to change the education system, for which ‘UGC’ has taken the initiative. A detailed report of the guidelines has been prepared by the institute, in which the education system of the students has been commented.
The current teaching methodology of traditional and professional courses in higher education is dependent on book knowledge. There is a need to change it, and for that, the education of students should be audio-visual to a greater extent, teachers should teach more concepts through sculpture, painting, etc. The report includes many things that should be used for teaching in subject-related areas rather than conducting classes in closed rooms.
Instructions have been given by ‘UGC’ to adopt various methods. There are different types of pedagogy. Every teacher teaches through these types. The report has also given guidance on what changes can be made in these types and what types should be adopted by the teachers. It is expected that these methods will be used while implementing the new educational policy, and if this is not the case, the training of professors and teachers should be organized at the university and college level.
What are the guidelines?
1. The education of students should be more and more audio-visual.
2. Teachers should teach more concepts through sculpture, painting, etc.
3. Areas related to subjects should be used for teaching without conducting classes in closed rooms.
4. We should identify the teaching method we teach and make necessary changes in it.
5. Changes in teaching should be made keeping in mind the mother tongue of the students, their social and economic conditions.