Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has newly declared that India will be the first country in the world to present Artificial Intelligence in the school educational program in VI standard.
The declaration was made at the 25th Convocation of All India Management Association (AIMA) where he clarified the vision and points of the new reported New Education Policy.
The minister explained the country’s $ 5 trillion economies will be obtained through these students. He further assured that the target would create a need for 1.5–2 lakh new supervisors in the country.
The minister said, with the new course of management and engineering, about 50% of the students will work with industry during their studies.
Pokhriyal added, 7.5-8 lakh Indian students go abroad in search of their future, and in the process, 1.5 lakh crore rupees are released from the country.
India is contributing to the excellence of other countries. The proof of the excellence of our education is that the CEOs of Google and Microsoft studied in India.
Emphasizing the need to regulate this brain drain, he declared, Now, we will prevent both talent and patents from departing the country.
The Minister announced that India would lead the online instruction unrest and endeavors would be made to offer online courses from the world’s main 100 colleges.
Talking at the occasion, AICTE Chairman, Anil Sahasrabudhe said providing the online degrees will empower quick development of gross enrolment proportion in India’s advanced education.
AIMA President Mr. Sanjay Kirloskar hailed the Minister of Education for introducing the National Education Policy. He appreciated the NEP for promoting India’s integration into the global education system and making India an education hub.
I compliment the government for giving a best in class structure for modernizing instruction in India and organizing a National Research Foundation. It was strange that Indian B-Schools and organizations had not created a world-class executives master though Indians who teach abroad became leading coaches.