Holistic Approaches in New Education Policy-2020 to Make Empower the Children with Special Needs in West Bengal Board of Secondary School

Author: Pradip Das & Dr. Suman Sharma

DOI Link :: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/04.2024-57664554/BIJMRD/2024/V2/I2/A8

Abstract: In Chapter 11 of New Education Policy-2020,”Education is fundamental to achieving full human potential, developing an equitable and just society, and promoting national development. The global education development agenda reflected in Sustainable Development Goal(SDG) Goal 4, seeks to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all by 2030”New Education Policy (NEP) 2020. From the perspective of Divyangjans and from RCI’s perspective, this equity-based education another rehabilitation services, needs to be rebooted in the light of the NEP-2020, SDG 4 & Right to Persons with Disability Act (RPwD) Act, 2016.In achieving this basic purpose, the RCI organized National Symposium on “Transforming Human Resource Development in the context of NEP-2020’’- NCERT on 28-29December, 2021 at Convention Centre, NEDFI, Guwahati was extremely successful. In the early 19th Aurobindo says that there has definitely been a change in the outline of Indian education after independence, but it is not sufficient. Every person has some or the other special ability or ability. The purpose of education is. That he should develop these special apologies. The format of education should be such that the abilities available in the person can be developed naturally, so that the child can easily achieve every goal of his life. The need of education should be according to the needs of the future which should develop the inner powers of the child. The goal of education is to develop the child’s powers and make them humanistic and holistic by removing individualism and socialism To realize this special mind should be the aim of education The main aim of education should be to develop the growing soul, to express that which is best in it and to perfect it for noble work.

Keywords:Holistic Education, Holistic Development, Child With Special Needs (CWSN), Inclusive Education, NPE-2020, RPWD Act-3016, RCI Act.-2000, SSM, Inclusive Education, and RTE Act:2009.

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