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Problem-based learning will make students familiar with real-world situations: LG Sinha

JAMMU: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Tuesday launched key initiatives of NEP 2020 earlier today to equip students with a wide range of skills required for a knowledge society.

While launching the key initiatives, LG Sinha said Inter-disciplinary curriculum & multi-disciplinary education are at the heart of the National Education Policy to train future innovators & leaders.

Environmental, scientific, and technological transformation & globalisation has increased the pace of socio-economic changes. Problem-based learning will make the students familiar with real-world situations & develop thinking and creativity skills, Sinha said.

Adding that he said, the recommendations implemented in UG Program of all the colleges from 2022-23 session will bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge & practical skills, provide resources and choice for research and flexibility in completing degree programme.

The future higher education & learning will be more dynamic, adaptable and personalized like a liquid learning model platform to seamlessly blend the ideas from different disciplines to prepare students for varied & comprehensive knowledge in rapidly shifting world, Sinha said.

 

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