Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

Minister of State Education Bhabesh Kalita inaugurates 'MyNEP' competition

The "MyNEP" competition titled My Education My India organized by Vidya Bharati was officially inaugurated by the Minister of State (Education) Bhabesh Kalita, Government of Assam on Tuesday.

MyNEP

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 Sep 2020 2:45 AM GMT

GUWAHATI: The "MyNEP" competition titled My Education My India organized by Vidya Bharati was officially inaugurated by the Minister of State (Education) Bhabesh Kalita, Government of Assam on Tuesday.

In addition to extensive discussion on the scope, scale and impact of national education policy reforms, the competition will also be included as part of a nationwide awareness campaign on the recently unveiled national education policy.

From September 25 Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Jayanti to 2 October Gandhi Jayanti, popular and attractive competitions based on MyNEP will be organized in the online medium - social media and website (www.mynep.in).

Competitions such as handmade painting, mime-making, letter writing to the Prime Minister, speech competition, essay writing competition, short film direction (production), digital designing and Twitter thread creations will be organized under the competition. Apart from these category-specific competitions, an interactive (informative) quiz on various aspects of national education policy will also be conducted through online medium. The names of the winners will be announced on October 5, 2020, stated a release.

During the inauguration, Minister Kalita said that the new National Education Policy will be helpful in furthering the country as well as Assam. The future generation of the country will be able to bring the specialty of India to the world stage by staying connected with its origin by getting education in mother tongue along with value based education.

At the program, Vidya Bharti North East Region General Secretary Sashiram Payeng said that the education system imported from abroad has divided our country and left no stone unturned to hollow out the roots of the country. This loss can be expected to be offset by the introduction of a new national education policy.

Also watch: Assam Celebrates World Rhino Day



Next Story