Visitor’s Conference

President Ram Nath Kovind Virtually Inaugurated The Visitor’s Conference

At the ‘Visitor’s conference’, President Kovind conferred that determined efforts should be made to make Jammu and Kashmir a hub of knowledge, innovation, and learning by implementing NEP.

On Sunday, President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurated the Visitor’s Conference of Vice-Chancellors of Central Universities, Directors of Institutions of National Importance of Ministry of Education, and other Ministries here today. At the occasion of the visitor’s conference Union Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’; Minister of State for Education Shri Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre; Secretary, Higher Education Shri Amit Khare; Chairman, Drafting Committee of NEP, Dr. K. Kasturirangan along with senior officials of the Ministry, UGC and AICTE were present.

The President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind in the inaugural address of the Visitors’ Conference conferred “The National Education Policy aims to reorient the education system towards meeting the needs of the 21st century by achieving the twin objectives of inclusion and excellence. It sets the vision of developing an equitable and vibrant knowledge society by providing quality education to all”.

President At the ‘Visitor’s Conference’ on Implementation of NEP in Jammu Kashmir

President Kovind also said that determined efforts should be made to make Jammu and Kashmir a hub of knowledge, innovation, and learning by implementing NEP. At the ‘Visitor’s conference’, he also said that Jammu and Kashmir is a reservoir of extremely intelligent, talented, and innovative children and the execution of the new National Education Policy will produce students with ignited minds.

President Ram Nath Kovind conferred “Determined efforts should be made to make the paradise a hub of knowledge, innovation, and learning by implementing NEP in letter and spirit. These steps would make Jammu and Kashmir once again a ‘Firdaus on the earth, a bright jewel on the crown of Mother India’ as it was referred to in the medieval age”.

While addressing the event of Visitor’s conference he mentioned a few examples of Kalhana’s Rajtarangini and Mahayana Buddhism. The principles of Kalhana’s Rajtarangini and Mahayana Buddhism were very popular in Kashmir. The President commented that ‘the history of India’s cultural traditions would remain incomplete without taking them into consideration’.

He further added “It is important to understand our tradition and rich cultural heritage which can be achieved only in our mother tongue. It is this mother tongue that is being encouraged in the new education policy as it adheres to the cultural ethos of our country”.

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