Education trends in India 2020

With changing lifestyles, changing norms of living one thing which is effected the most are changing education trends in India. Education is the basic right of every child it is really important to understand the new setup and policies of the education system.

The system is changed to the self-learning process and in every tier of education, it has recorded a positive change. The thing which majorly changed in education is the sift from subject-based rote learning to more skill-oriented learning methods.

Innovation learning

The stress of learning and memorizing is taken away with innovative learning and practical outlook. Now, the courses are structured and designed in an innovative way and so the assessment module.

This is the new norm and opened up more scope of innovation in India with different ideas from the younger generation.

New learning space

With virtual classes, giving new teaching methods, digitization of classrooms, and technological transformation. Kids are learning in a new environment with more sense of responsibility.

Apart from school or college virtual classed, online education portals are also gaining popularity and clearing kid’s doubts. In real terms, this is the sure shot beginning of the digital era.

Education trends

Challenges for teachers

This new trend is challenging for kids and teachers too. Teachers are facing some very genuine and basic challenges but trying to come over those.

1. Lack of tech-savvy: There are teachers who love to teach kids with an old school teaching methodology and with virtual leaning this is important to learn new techniques and technology to pass kids those right source of education.
2. Lack of support from parents: It happens in many cases all parents are not understanding and cooperating.
3. Multiple tasks for teachers to maintain lectures and household chores.
4. New learnings: This is new even for teachers and they are learning new technology to teach kids.
5. Inspiring students to be more self-directed and complete their assignments and homework.

New Education Policy 2020

The new education policy has a vision for a new education system that should be of high quality, learning, and with a practical approach.
The “10 + 2” structure will be replaced with the “5+3+3+4” model comprises of “foundation stage”, “Preparatory Stage”, “Middle Stage” and “Secondary stage”.

Coding will be introduced from class 6 and experiential learning will be adopted along with other changes in the syllabus and examination process. For more details about this policy, you can check here.

In upcoming blogs, will share new education trends and learning methodology which is followed for teaching and learning of kids.

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44 thoughts on “Education trends in India 2020

  1. Thanks for this insightful article. Hope the educational reforms help making our new generation employable and ready for the real world challenges.

  2. Very informative post, and quite relevant in these times. Hope the new education policy brings about the long awaited changes we need in our system.

  3. I am awaiting the implementation of NEP. I hope we can make it effective soon. Online teaching is difficult and different but now I think the urban private schools have adjusted. However our rural population and government schools in urban areas have not been able to cope up and that’s where majority of reforms are required. I hope these kids get proper care and education during this Covid times.

  4. So many things are happening all over the world and same is the case with the education sector. Some changes are good but they have their cons too. Online education gives them the flexibility but on the other hand is increasing the screen time. Really keen on seeing the execution of the New Education Policy. Nice post. All the best for Alexa.

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  5. Very informative and detailed post that has everything that is happening currently. We just hope the situation eases a bit and new normal changes soon

  6. A very informative post on the latest ongoing trends.
    Education in India has come a long way with varied options and choices.
    The New Education policy is sure to bring a better change.
    We as parents as well as teachers and students we all learned a lot during this lockdown and online classroom and slowly trying to adjust to it.

  7. I think its a welcome change and as is with any new reform it will take time adjusting to it. High time the “10 + 2” structure is replaced with the “5+3+3+4” model.

  8. I strongly feel that New education Policy should not just remain on papers and should see the light of the day. This is the real revolution in education Industry and favorable to all the students.

  9. This is such a well-articulated and apt post. The Education system is taking a makeover and it is need of the hour as well to keep the younger generation relevant to the changing times. But what remains to be seen is how this NEP-2020 is implemented. It all looks great as policy but proper implementation is the key.

  10. The shift from rote learning to practical skill-based learning is indeed a welcome change. The NEP does have several heartening changes that it applied well could revolutionalise the education system in India.

  11. My heart just breaks when I hear how the on going education system is running. With no proper exams till a certain age and in some school kids don’t even have a proper grammar or maths base… It hurts. When I came across the new education policy i was happy to know about the changes and I am hoping they will implement them well.

  12. Yes, lot of new ways of teaching have been invented in last few months along with NEP. Hopefully it will give more practical approach to the education which we lacked during our time.

  13. It is not the education policy or system need a change. A change in the mindset of society, teachers and the parents required the most. We have to accept new changes , new way and new generation with open mindedness and live. Humanity, life skills and adaptability and acceptance of failure is what we need to teach above all other things. #lifemarblesRead

  14. Educational reforms are long pending and how is this going to impact students is an area most parents are anxious about and not to mention the amount of change schools and teachers would be bringing in their teaching style..

  15. My friend and I were discussing only last week how cool it is that we can use technology to impart education now. Instead of just theory, we can show them practically what something is. It was one of my favourite things about the new education policy.

  16. I completely agree that the current education system was not in sync with the changing needs of the time. I am hopeful that good implementation would mean better education

  17. The education system has changed and how. No one expected inline classes and homeschool as an option but everyone is following it now.

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