What is SARTHAQ? How is it beneficial for the education department in India?
On April 8th, Ramesh Pokhriyal released a school education implementation plan titled Students’ and Teachers’ Holistic Advancement through Quality Education (SARTHAQ)
The proposal was announced as a part of the Amrit Mahotsav, a celebration of India's 75th anniversary of independence.
The thought came from the Department of faculty Education and Literacy. SARTHAQ may be a plan for implementing school education that's both indicative and suggestive.
The program lays out the steps for implementing NEP 2020 over the next ten years. The flexibility to change the plan with "local contextualization" is provided to states and union territories.
They were given the option to change plans based on their needs and specifications. The plan is interactive, versatile, and inclusive, according to the Education Minister. SARTHAQ's main emphasis is on setting targets and deadlines.
It associates the NEP's guidelines with 297 "tasks," as well as responsible departments, schedules, and 304 task outputs. He also urged all stakeholders to use the plan as a compass for implementing transformational changes in the education sector.
Recently, the Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) so as to train and enhance the talents of teachers and students of the CBSE affiliated schools.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to train and develop the skills of teachers and students in CBSE-affiliated schools.