New Delhi: Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal has said that the Ministry of Education has set up a task force on Wednesday to prepare technical guidelines, including engineering courses. The Decision The Minister was summoned at a high-level meeting during his presidency.
“Today’s meeting is a step in the direction of achieving the Prime Minister’s vision Students In their mother tongue, they can pursue professional courses such as medicine, engineering and law. There is Language Any student will be charged but provision should be made so that bright students are not deprived of technical education due to lack of knowledge of English language, ”said Nishank.
“A task force has been formed today to prepare a roadmap for technical education in the mother tongue.
Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare; His agenda was to discuss and deliberate on the implementation of the New National Education Policy (NEP), which was attended by IIT directors, education experts and senior ministry officials.
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and the National Institute of Technology (NIT) will start offering courses in the mother tongue from next academic year. The decision was taken at a review meeting last week chaired by Nishank.
“Some IITs and NITs are being shortlisted for launching technical education, especially engineering courses, education in the mother tongue (and this) from next academic year,” a senior ministry official said. Said.


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