Indira Gandhi National Tribal University (IGNTU) has organised a 3-day international conference on ‘New Education Policy and NAMODI Framework’.  The conference began on July 12 at 10 am.  The conference was organised at an auditorium of IGNTU, which is situated in Amarkantak, the town from where river Narmada originates.

The Centre under the leadership of Narendra Modi welcomed ideas, suggestions and frameworks from the world for making new education policy.  Under guidance of T V Kattimani, vice-chancellor of IGNTU, the university prepared an interactive scheme to upgrade education policy.

The conference was conducted to launch the scheme.  Sumitra Mahajan, Speaker, Lok Sabha, the chief guest of the event, could not make it due to bad weather.  She joined participants from NIC Indore via video conferencing and addressed the audience.

Kattimani told audience that NAMODI framework is a result of hard work.  The acronym NAMODI stands for “Nano Architecture Mobile Oriented Digital Institutes”.  He said the primary aim of this policy is to create skilled India.

“Reformation and character building of a teacher should be focus of education policy,” Mathur said.

“India is a country of youth. Their direct participation in preparing new education policy will help bring out best of ideas. Also, policy needs to focus on teaching students our Vedic history,” said Suneel Ambekar, national secretary, ABVP

“I congratulate TV Kattimani for the policy. The education policy should focus on 17 goals of sustainable development as listed by the United Nations,” said Kohle.

“I feel privileged to be here. For better India, each student should be allowed to study in their mother tongue. The students should be well aware of the culture of India,” said SK Panda, former director, NCT

Source: Times of India