India’s new education policy: a case of indigenous ingenuity contributing to the global knowledge economy?

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Purpose: Given that the policy is rather comprehensive and detailed, this paper aims to identify some of the key features and discuss the mechanisms by which the benefits of the policy might reach all sections of society. Design/methodology/approach: In this paper, we analyse India’s new education policy (NEP) and discuss how it might impact education and employment in India and the neighbourhood. Findings: This paper believes that the NEP (2020) is likely to alter the educational landscape of India and make education accessible to all sections of society. In addition, the impact of this bill will be felt in the Indian workplace. Research limitations/implications: This paper would urge the policymakers, educationists and corporate leaders to conduct research on the benefits of the NEP in two phases. In the short run, they could study the implementation – in the long run, all three stakeholders should track the changes in the quality of graduates being produced as a result of the new policy. Originality/value: This is the first known critique of the NEP (2020) written by five Indian-origin academics and practitioners, offering insight into the policy for scholars and practitioners.

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Varma, A., Patel, P., Prikshat, V., Hota, D., & Pereira, V. (2021). India’s new education policy: a case of indigenous ingenuity contributing to the global knowledge economy? Journal of Knowledge Management, 25(10), 2385–2395. https://doi.org/10.1108/JKM-11-2020-0840

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