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National Education Policy 2020 will be a game changer – Union Minister of State for Education Dr. Opinion of Rajkumar Ranjan Singh; 4th Convocation of MIT World Peace University, Pune, confers degrees to 4576 students

National Education Policy 2020 will be a game changer – Union Minister of State for Education Dr. Opinion of Rajkumar Ranjan Singh; 4th Convocation of MIT World Peace University, Pune, confers degrees to 4576 students
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Pune: National Education Policy is important for the development of society and providing quality education. After the announcement of the National Education Policy 2020 by the central government, various problems in the society can be solved, development can be done through research, along with the overall development of students. High quality research-based education should be available to all students. The National Education Policy 2020 will be a game changer for generating knowledge and creating an environment for research, said the Minister of State for External Affairs and Education, Government of India. Expressed by Rajkumar Ranjan Singh.
The fourth convocation of MIT World Peace University was held on Saturday at Vishwa Sabha Mandap, Vishwaraj Bagh, Loni-Kalbhor, Pune. On this occasion, 4576 students of the university were awarded degree certificates. Minister of State for External Affairs and Education, Government of India Dr. Rajkumar Ranjan Singh was speaking. On this occasion former Chairman of ISTRO and Chairman of National Education Policy 2020 Dr. Padma Vibhushan. K. Kasturirangan was present as the guest of honour. MIT World Peace University Founder President Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Da. Karad was. On this occasion Rahul Vishwanath Karad, Executive President of MIT WPU, Vice-Chancellor Dr. R.M. Chitnis, Vice-Chancellor Dr. Milind Pandey, Vice Chancellor Prof. Tapan Panda, Dr. Prasad Khandekar, Registrar Dr. Prashant Dave and Controller of Examinations Prof. Ganesh Pokle and others were present.

During this convocation ceremony, Keval Padmawar of B.Tech was honored with Founder President Medal and Minu Kalita of Bachelor of Education was honored with Executive President Medal. Students were also awarded gold, silver and bronze medals. Engineering & Technology, Management (UG & PG), Liberal Arts, BEd, Fine Arts, Media & Journalism, Commerce, Economics, Science, Pharmacy, Sustainable Studies, Design, Governance etc. A total of 4576 students were awarded degrees on this occasion.
Minister of State for Education Dr. Rajkumar Ranjan Singh said, this day is important for students to achieve their ambitions in life. Students should be educated according to modern technology and changing times. Education should combine spirituality with science and technology. Research was of special importance in the ancient Indian education system. The work of imparting practical knowledge was done through Nalanda and Taxila universities. The National Education Policy 2020 will work to take the Indian education system to a higher level. The strategy will be a tool for holistic development and exploratory attitude through multidisciplinary curriculum. It has been decided to provide skill education from primary. In the digital age, this education policy will create a digital learning environment.

Padma Vibhushan Dr. K. Kasthurirangan said, MIT is working to provide quality and modern education for the development of society and personality development. This is a very important day in the life of students. They will go out for the welfare of the society and make their own career. An education at MIT will help you succeed and achieve your goals. India is a country of cultural, social, religious, inquisitive nature. Indian values ‚Äč‚Äčeducation is the means to achieve this goal. A National Education Policy has been formulated for holistic development. A university is a place that lays the foundation for the development of a country. Along with the technology, there should be a spiritual environment. India can go to space in next few years through space technology, it can only happen because of Indian youth. Huge opportunities await in India.
Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad said, We intend to provide valuable education. The university will emerge as a hall of knowledge to meet the expectations of parents. It is India’s responsibility to show the way to happiness and peace. Discipline and character is true education. This teaching is being done through education. Education should be done by combining science and spirituality. It is only through the value-based education system that the students will become full-fledged citizens and Indian culture will show the way to the world in the future.

Rahul Karad said, the university is working to create a generation that will take India to the top of the world. Along with employment, we have a responsibility to create a responsible personality of the society. Students of various faculties should consider the welfare of the society and the country. The goal of the National Education Policy should be achieved through the curriculum. Meanwhile, we have prepared a syllabus for Peace Studies. He requested to include it in the National Education Policy. He requested to make Bharat in the name of India. Students should work to spread Indian thought in the world. Through the university Dr. Vishwanath Karad Startup Fund will be given. Students themselves can be used for business and research. This will create new entrepreneurs and researchers.
Dr. R.M. Chitnis proposed. Prof. Gautam Bapat, Prof. Chainika Basu and Prof Pournima Bagchi moderated. Prof. Ganesh Pokle thanked.

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