National Education Policy

National Education Policy

GD Goenka School, Indirapuram has made several endeavours implementing the National Education Policy (NEP) within the school. Here are several steps the school has undertaken:

Curriculum Alignment:

GD Goenka, Indirapuram has aligned the school curriculum with the new guidelines and objectives outlined in the NEP. This involved revising existing curricula to incorporate new themes, subjects, and learning outcomes.

Technology Integration:

We are embracing technology as a tool for teaching, learning, and assessment. Integrating digital resources, online platforms, and educational technology tools to enhance the learning experience and facilitate personalized learning approaches.

Multilingual Education:

Further, the policies implemented are in sync to promote multilingualism and encourage the use of regional languages in teaching and learning processes, as advocated by the NEP.

Assessment Reforms:

Revised assessment and evaluation practices are continually devised to align with the competency-based learning approach advocated in the NEP and a paradigm shift is induced towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation methods that focus on holistic development rather than rote memorization.

Inclusive Education:

Various strategies are developed and executed to ensure inclusivity and diversity within the school environment as well as provide support systems for students with special needs and create a welcoming atmosphere for all learners regardless of background or ability.

Vocational Education:

Integration of  vocational education and skill development programs into the curriculum to prepare students for real-world challenges and career opportunities have been catered to by offering courses and practical experiences aligned with local industry needs and global trends

Community Engagement:

We lay more stress in fostering collaboration with parents, local communities, and stakeholders to garner support for the implementation of NEP initiatives. Involve community members in decision-making processes and seek their input on educational reforms.

Infrastructure Upgrades:

We offer an upgraded infrastructure and facilities to support the implementation of innovative teaching methodologies and learning environments outlined in the NEP, such as flexible learning spaces and well-equipped labs.

Teacher Training:

We have also enriched ourselves in providing extensive training to teachers on the principles and methodologies introduced in the NEP. This includes workshops, seminars, and ongoing professional development programs to equip teachers with the necessary skills and knowledge.

Restructuring school curriculum and pedagogy in a new 5+3+3+4 design:

The structure and approach to school education are being redesigned to better meet the developmental needs and interests of learners at various stages of growth, spanning ages 3-8, 8-11, 11-14, and 14-18 years. This redesign follows a 5+3+3+4 model with effect from session: 2023-24, which includes the Foundational Stage (2 years of primary school for Grades 1-2, ages 3-7), Preparatory Stage (Grades 3-5, ages 8-10), Middle Stage (Grades 6-8, ages 11-14), and Secondary Stage (Grades 9-12 divided into 9-10 and 11-12, ages 14-18). This ensures a more responsive and relevant educational experience for students. For further information kindly refer to the link given below: Click Here

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