National Curriculum Framework (NCF)

NCERT: Inviting Suggestions From Citizens For National Curriculum Framework

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Posted on 22 Nov 2022
11:10 AM

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On 20 October 2022, National Curriculum Framework (NCF) for Foundational Stage 2022 and Balvatika was introduced by Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan
Teachers, students, parents, and other stakeholders can take the survey at ncfsurvey.ncert.gov.in, which has been launched by the NCERT

Teachers, students, and parents are asked to submit proposals for the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) to the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).

On 20 October 2022, National Curriculum Framework (NCF) for Foundational Stage 2022 and Balvatika was introduced by Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan. The curriculum framework aspires to advance India's educational system by implementing the National Education Policy (NEP 2020) throughout the nation's schools, according to the NCF mandate document published on 29 April 2022.

The education ministry had earlier announced that the NCERT had begun the processes of developing National Curriculum Frameworks using a bottom-up method, wherein states and union territories (UTs) will be submitting their contributions based on gross root levels.

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The National Curriculum Framework (NCF) is being created, according to the NCERT, utilising a vertical, bottom-up method and a paperless digital survey for the national curriculum (DiSaNK).

There are 23 languages accessible for the NCERT digital survey. Take the poll in only 10 minutes, and don't forget to share the link with all of your e-groups and acquaintances to encourage widespread participation, the NCERT said on its official Twitter account.

Teachers, students, parents, and other stakeholders can take the survey at ncfsurvey.ncert.gov.in, which has been launched by the NCERT. By downloading the DiSaNC app from Google Play, they can also participate in the survey there.

Last updated on 22 Nov 2022
11:10 AM
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