National Education Policy: Webinars, Seminars, Events on NEP 2021

National Education Policy: Webinars, Seminars, Events on NEP 2020

National Policy on Education Brief Description: An NEP(National Education Policy) is a comprehensive framework to guide the development of education in the country. 

The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020), outlines the vision of India’s new education system. The new policy replaces the previous National Policy on Education, 1986. The policy is a comprehensive framework for elementary education to higher education as well as vocational training in both rural and urban India. The policy aims to transform India’s education system by 2021.

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Webinars and Events on NEP

Here is a list of the best seminars, webinars, and other events relating to the National Education Policy (NEP 2020).

One week Faculty Development Program on Outcome Based Education

17th September - 23rd September 2021.

03:00 pm tp 04:30pm



Vimala College (Autonomous), Trissur

National Webinar on NEP 2020 (Challenges and opportunities for Higher Educational Institutions)

16th September, 2021
2:30 pm to 4:30 pm.





St. Mary's College , Puthanangadi , in association with ipsr solutions limited

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National level Intercollegiate Online Faculty Development Program on Outcome Based Education

30th August 2021 to 04rth September 2021 , 2:30 pm to 04:00 pm


Live Sessions

Internal Quality Assurance Cell of St. Philomena's College (Autonomous),

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National Web Series on National Education Policy - 2020

11th August , 2021
4 pm - 6:30 pm

Second Plenary Session(South India), association with AWS, Intel, AICTE, ASSOCHAM and Edu Solution Pvt Ltd

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Indian Knowledge System, Language, Arts & Culture

5th August (Thursday), 2021 from 10:45 AM to 2:00 pm


Ministry of Education (MoE)

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CODEFEST 2K21

August 14th, 2021



St.Joseph's college (Autonomous ) irinjalakuda
in association with ipsr solutions limited

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Use of Technology in Education

August 10th, 2021


D/o Higher Education

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Research, Innovation and Ranking

August 9th, 2021



D/o Higher Education

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Quality Education, Accreditation and Teacher D/o School Education & Development

August 6th, 2021


D/o School Education & Literacy / NICTE

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Indian Knowledge System, Languages, Arts and Culture

August 5th, 2021


AICTE

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Effect of NEP on Youth Empowerment and Sports Development

August 4th, 2021



D/o Sports

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Skill, Entrepreneurship Development and Employability: Challenges and Opportunities M/o Skill Development

August 3rd, 2021



M/o Skill Development and Entrepreneurship

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Multidisciplinary and Holistic Education

August 2nd, 2021



University Grants Commission

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Equity and Inclusion

July 30th, 2021



D/o School Education & Literacy : NCERT

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Talk on National Education Policy 2020: Industrial Connect

July 27th, 2021 - 12:00 pm



All India Council for Technical
Education

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Best Practices for online Teaching: Classrooms, Courseware and Tools - Workshop

8th July - 14th July , 2021


The Kerala State Higher Education Council

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International Faculty Development Programme on The Art of Doing Research

12th July - 22nd July , 2021


Jyothi Engineering College, Thrissur, Kerala.

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Quantum Computing

12th July - 16th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Information Technology Kottayam

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Faculty Development Program on QUANTUM COMPUTING

19th July - 23rd July, 2021


IIIT Dharwad

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Faculty Development Program on Telemedicine

26th July - 30th July, 2021


National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur

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AI Solution for Optimum Utilization of Power and Energy

05th July - 09th July , 2021


NIT Srinagar

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Opportunity and Challenges for Electric Vehicles in the Automotive Industry

26th July - 30th July


National Institute of Technology Srinagar

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Semantic Intelligence: The Way Forward with Artificial Intelligence (Part I)

21st July - 25th July, 2021


National Institute of Technology Kurukshethra

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Information and Cyber Security

12th July - 16th July, 2021

IIIT Vadodara

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Research Methodology

26th July - 30th July, 2021

National Institute Of Technology, Delhi

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Photonics

19th July - 23rd July, 2021

IIT Bhilai

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Computational Synthetic and Systems Biology

26th July - 30th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

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AICTE Training and Learning (ATAL) Academy Sponsored Five Days Online Faculty Development Programme on “3D PRINTING DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY”

19th July - 23rd July

National Institute of Technology Silchar

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ALGORITHMS AND VLSI ARCHITECTURES FOR MACHINE LEARNING

19th July - 23rd July

IIT Guwahati

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Introduction to the Mathematical Modelling of Smart Materials and their applications to Sensors and Actuators

12th July - 16th July, 2021

IIT Jammu

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Leadership Excellence for Academic Development(LEAD)-Elementary

12th July - 16th July, 2021

National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal

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Electrospinning Nanofibers: Science, Technology and Applications

12th July - 16th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Information Technology Nagpur

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Framework for Online Assessment

12th July - 16th July, 2021

National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research

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Artificial Intelligence for Computer Vision

12th July - 16th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

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Multi-Disciplinary Design Optimisation in Engineering: Basics

12th July - 16th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

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Energy Conversion and Storage Devices

01st July - 05th July

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

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Food Processing, preservation and cold storage

04th July - 08th July, 2021

IIT KHARAGPUR

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Nano-Sensors

05th July - 09th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur

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Designing Intelligent systems

05th July - 09th July, 2021

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur, India

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Management of Intellectual Property (IP) and Innovation (Creation, Protection and Leveraging of IP)

05th July - 09th July, 2021
National Institute of Industrial Engineering

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State of the art applications and research areas in high voltage engineering (RAHVE-2021)

05th July - 09th July
, 2021
National Institute of Technology , Calicut

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Data Science

01st July - 05th July

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Himachal Pradesh

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Semantic Intelligence: The Way Forward with Artificial Intelligence (Part I)

01st July - 05th July

National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra

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Redemption from Plastic Pollution: Indian Railways

05th July -09th July 2021

NATIONAL RAIL AND TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE

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Industry 4.0 and Manufacturing: Factory of Future Perspectives

05th July -09th July 2021

Lukhdhirji Engineering College

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Novel Materials

05th July -09th July 2021

Indian Institute of Technology Bhilai

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Recent Trends in Electric Vehicles

05th July -09th July 2021

National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh

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Additive Manufacturing in Industry 4.0 Strategy

05th July - 9th July 2021

National Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh

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AICTE-Workshop on Examination Reforms

12th 13th and 15th February 2021
10:30 am Onwards
Watch Live Event on Youtube

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On-line Workshop Incorporating Universal Human Values in Education for Directors, Deans and Faculties

14-18 December (ENGLISH) 21-25
December (HINDI)

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Annual Refresher Programme in Teaching (ARPIT) courses 2020

1st December 2020

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New Vocational Educational Training System & its impact on Skilling Ecosystem

3 & 4 December 2020
15:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs

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National level FDP for CAS

1st to 7th Dec.2020 at 3 to 6pm

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National Webinar on NEP – 2020 : VISION TO ACTION

November 26, 2020
@ 10.30 AM – 1.30 PM

Live Event Link

eLearning Forum Asia 2020 (eLFA 2020)

7-8 Dec 2020

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Organisation of Sarthak EduVision 2021

15-17th March, 2021
at Minto Hall, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

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Key Points on NEP

New Education Policy 2020 announced on 29 July 2020. 

  • 10+2 board structure is being dropped now. New school structure will be 5+3+3+4.
  • Up to Class 5 to be named as preschools, Classes 6 to 8 as Mid School, Classes  8 to 11 as High School, Class 12 onwards to be considered as Graduation.
  • 6th std onwards vocational courses available.
  • From 8th to 11 students can choose subjects.
  • All graduation course will have major and minor. Example – science student can have Physics as Major and Music as minor also. Any combination he/she can choose.
  • All higher education will be governed by only one authority. 
  • UGC AICTE will be merged.
  • All University government, private, Open, Deemed, Vocational etc will have the same grading and other rules.
  • New Teacher Training board will be set up for all kinds of teachers in the country, no state can change.
  • The same level of Accreditation to any college, based on its rating college will get autonomous rights and funds.
  • The new Basic learning program will be created by the government for parents to teach children up to 3 years at home and for preschool 3 to 6.
  • Multiple entries and exit from any course.
  • Credit system for graduation for each year student will get some credits which he can utilize if he takes a break in the course and comes back again to complete the course.
  • All schools exams will be semester wise twice a year.
  • The syllabus will be reduced to core knowledge of any subject only. More focus on student practical and application knowledge.
  • For any graduation course if student complete only one year he will get a basic certificate, if he completes two years then he will get Diploma certificate and if he completes full course then he will get degree certificate. So no year of any student will be wasted if he breaks the course in between.
  • All the graduation course feed of all Universities will be governed by the single authority with capping on each course.

Faqs of NEP

The National Evaluation Platform is a rigorous new approach to compiling and analyzing data from diverse sources so that countries can get strategic, evidence-based answers to their most pressing program and policy questions. It provides 

  • a new way to assess the effectiveness and impact of maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition (MNCH&N) programs
  • a systematic approach for identifying and compiling health and nutrition data from diverse, multi-sectoral sources, and ensuring that they are available for program evaluation
  • a core set of analytical methods for developing evidence-based answers to countries’ pressing program and policy questions
  • a commitment to building sustainable national capacity

Countries need a National Evaluation Platform because 

  • Improving maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition requires investing in and scaling up interventions that are proven to work, but many governments lack the reliable and consistent data and rigorous analysis to assess what works and what doesn’t.
  • Many important programs, projects, and interventions are not being effectively or consistently evaluated.
  • Countries have a wealth of national and district-level health and nutrition data, but the data are not centralized, well-organized, or widely available for analysis that supports decision-making.
  • Governments face challenges in clearly and consistently reporting on key MNCH&N indicators tracked in national and international accountability frameworks.

Program evaluation has become increasingly difficult because 

  • Proliferation of programs and interventions has made it unrealistic to find true ‘control groups’ needed for comparison in traditional evaluation designs.
  • Data which can be used to assess the impact of contextual factors on program results are often not available.
  • Program implementers and governments lack the capacity to use rigorous analytical techniques that accurately assess program impact.
  • Donors and policy makers often focus only on specific regions; they seldom provide funding for rigorous program evaluation, and they do not use comparable methods allowing shared review.  

  • NEP brings together available and relevant national and district-level data from a range of sources and assesses their quality. NEP also analyzes data and provides findings to evaluators, program managers, governments, and others. As additional data become available, NEP is updated, creating a longitudinal data set that enables analysis of trends over time.
  • NEP enables use of rigorous analytical methods to assess the impact of programs and strategies. It addresses multi-sectoral integration by assessing different programs (health, nutrition, WASH) together over time, enables comparative analyses of contextual factors that may affect program results, and facilitates equity analysis to identify populations that are not being reached by key interventions.
  • NEP offers a suite of 8 capacity building technical areas that cover key evaluation, analysis, and advocacy competencies to conduct evaluations. Technical areas are organized in skill-based modules which individuals can choose based on analysis focus and individual capacity.

  • NEP empowers countries to answer complex program and policy questions, and enables decision-makers to base strategic and program planning on a foundation of evidence.
  • NEP enables use of rigorous analytical methods to assess the impact of programs and strategies. 
  • NEP helps governments to hold themselves accountable, to demonstrate the effectiveness and impact of development aid strategies to donors and communities, and to report clearly and consistently on key MNCH&N indicators that are tracked in national and international accountability frameworks.
  • NEP builds in-country capacity to improve data quality and availability, conduct rigorous analysis, and track national progress on women’s and children’s health.

  • NEP is country-led and country-owned. National public sector institutions are leading actors in every aspect of its development and use, and a national steering committee of high-level leaders from stakeholder institutions identifies priority evaluation questions and receives NEP findings. Within NEP’s “home institution” in each country, as well as in other key partner institutions, selected scientists, managers, and staff members receive intensive training and capacity-building in compilation and maintenance of data, and in a range of rigorous analytical techniques. Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for International Programs provides technical support and training for the development and use of NEP, with funding from the Government of Canada.

NEP data and analysis can help address a range of issues, including: 

  • Global and national goals and targets, for example:
    • Why did a country achieve Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 4 but not MDG 5?
  • Impact of interventions on health and survival outcomes, for example:
    • How many lives can be saved by scaling up a program over the next 5 years to improve coverage of an intervention by 20%?
  • Decisions about program scale-up, for example:
    • Should a regional pilot intervention be scaled up to the entire country or only select areas or sub-populations?
  • Program prioritization, for example:
    • Which interventions should receive additional investment in order to maximize impact?
  • Equity of coverage, for example:
    • Are nutrition programs really reaching the poorest population? 
  • Effect of contextual factors, for example:
    • How does rapid economic growth in certain regions influence the impact of health and nutrition interventions?

Over time, in-country NEP teams will build their skills to analyze more types of data with more sophisticated analytical tools, in order to address the increasingly complex questions faced by policy-makers.

NEP provides a foundation on which countries can build strong, sustainable national capacity to improve data quality and availability, conduct rigorous analysis, and track national progress on women’s and children’s health.

NEP is a national platform built on national and district-level data. Other national platforms may provide an incomplete data picture, including data from only some districts or data from vertical evaluations. Through compilation of available data, and use of innovative methods for disaggregating household surveys to district level, NEP provides a strong data set for analysis and identifies where gaps in data persist.

NEP is guided by the Common Evaluation Framework, a conceptual model that defines the causal pathway(s) through which a given program or intervention is expected to impact health status. The framework also identifies contextual factors and their potential influence on the various components of the pathway. 

NEP builds a centralized, consistently organized, and accessible home for key health, nutrition, and other contextual data from a range of sources, which grows and evolves as additional data become available. Core district-level data come from population-based household surveys including Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS), censuses, and surveillance. These are supplemented by routine health management information systems (HMIS) data, program monitoring data, and results of special studies. The NEP database also includes relevant demographic and environmental data, to support analysis of contextual factors. All data are assessed for quality and consistency, ensuring analysis based on the best available information.

NEP compiles existing data from a variety of sources, assesses their quality, and organizes them into a unified, consistently-formatted database that is made available for further analysis. NEP collects new quantitative and qualitative data in specific instances when they are need to fill gaps in information on inputs, process, or context related to priority evaluation questions. NEP does not conduct new large-scale household surveys to fill gaps in intervention coverage or impact data.

NEP is not a survey. NEP is a comprehensive technical approach to compiling existing national and district-level data, rigorously analyzing data, and using data to inform strategic and programmatic decision-making. 

NEP grew out of experience in Malawi, where rapid national scale-up of an integrated community case management (iCCM) program required development of an innovative evaluation design based on dose-response analysis. Leading evaluation scientists have contributed to the development of the NEP concept, co-authoring a Lancet paper and convening a Rockefeller Foundation-supported experts’ meeting in March 2011. 

NEP is developed by the Institute for International Programs at Johns Hopkins University, in close collaboration with in-country government and academic partners. This partnership builds on IIP’s many years of experience working with governments to improve maternal and child health and nutrition by supporting the generation and use of sound evidence for program design and implementation.

In 2014 through 2016, four African countries—Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, and Tanzania—are building their own NEPs. NEP partners hope that successful development of the platform in these countries will provide proof of concept, leading to adoption of the NEP approach in other countries.

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