Dharmendra Pradhan, the Union Education Minister, urged people to take the survey for the national curriculum framework today on Twitter. According to the minister’s tweet, “A dynamic National Curriculum Framework in line with the NEP 2020 will play a major role in achieving the goal of Viksit Bharat.”
Development of a vibrant, dynamic, inclusive, and futuristic National Curriculum Framework is essential, he continued, in order to blend cultural rootedness with a global vision, free education from the legacy of colonialism, and offer our future generations a stronger sense of pride.
To broaden the scope of consultations surrounding the ongoing revision of the National Curriculum Framework (NCF), on which new school textbooks will be developed, the Ministry of Education launched an online public survey in July 2022.
Visit the website ncfsurvey.ncert.gov.in if you’re interested in sharing your thoughts on the NCF revision. The NCF is a thorough framework that offers suggestions for the things that have to be covered in the classroom.
Ten multiple-choice questions (MCQs) covering subjects such “best ways to ensure that learning in classrooms is made more enjoyable” and “primary issues regarding curriculum content in textbooks that a new curriculum framework must address” must be answered by survey respondents.
A brief write-up on how to “make school education more relevant, effective, and meaningful for learners” can also be submitted as part of the survey by participants.