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NCrF will create new opportunities for lifelong learning and skills. It will boost productivity per capita, empower everyone and lay a strong foundation for India to lead this century, says Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

New Delhi ,UPDATED: Nov 21, 2022 4:09 PM IST

Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan (Image Courtesy - Twitter/@dpradhanbjp)

Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan (Image Courtesy – Twitter/@dpradhanbjp)

By India Today Web Desk: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan addressed the National Credit Framework (NCrF) workshop at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Delhi) today, 21 November.

During his speech, he said that the ‘National Credit Framework will be a key to improving the economic convertibility of education, bringing a vast majority of our population into the care of formal education and skills, achieving the GER targets and supporting India’s accelerate the progression towards becoming. a $5 trillion economy.”

He added that ‘NCrF will create new opportunities for lifelong learning and skills. It will boost productivity per capita, empower everyone and lay a strong foundation for India to lead this century.”

ON FAKE 2020

During his speech, Dharmendra Pradhan mentioned that the new education policy, NEP 2020, envisions the universalization of the credit framework for removing barriers between knowledge, skills and employability, establishing a credit collection and transfer system for all types of learning to ensure seamless mobility. between learning and skills pathways.

He further advised students to focus on developing skills and raising academic qualifications.


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