The new Cabinet approved the new Teaching-Learning and Results for States program under the National Education Policy (NEP). This approval has been given to improve school education. 5718 crore rupees will be spent under the World Bank assisted program. The announcement was made by Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar (Prakash Javadekar) after the Union Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The new centrally funded program will be organized by the Department of School Education and Literacy of the Central Government. Javadekar said, "An important decision has been taken in the Union Cabinet meeting that the new National Education Policy will now be implemented." The stars program has been fixed for this. Now education will not mean studying by rote but learning by understanding. ”He said that this project will run with the support of World Bank. Its total cost is Rs 5718 crore, of which the World Bank has contributed $ 500 million. Javadekar said that this program will be implemented in Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala and Odisha. A statement issued by the government said that these identified states will be provided with various measures to improve the quality of education. According to the statement, "In addition to this project, it is envisaged to implement a similar ADB funded project in Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand and Assam. All states will partner with each other to share their experience and best practices. "