NEW DELHI: On Tuesday new Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar conveyed that examination of all sections are required for the establishment of a New Education Policy (NEP). He stress on emerging investigate and innovation for sustainable development. He was conveying at an occasion arranged by RSS connected body Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal (BSM) and pro-BJP Bharat Niti here on subject linked to NEP where numerous speakers inclined for emerging Sanskrit. The union HRD minister communal his sight of education should be accessible, affordable, high quality and encouraging research and innovation. Javadekar further conveyed that, we need outlook from all ideologies. We need each and every opinion because he considers education is a national mission to take the nation ahead. Minister also conveyed that, there was even conjecture even over his presence in the event. He, though, augmented that in a democracy dissimilar views can exist. Subsequent to all what we require is good learning which can give a strong foundation for life, he said adding that this is not at all a BJP-Congress issue.
The HRD minister's comments come in the surroundings of the various allegations of saffronisation that have been throw alongside the Centre by rival parties ever since the BJP led government come to power. BJP General Secretary Muralidhar Rao, Mukul Kanitkar of BSM and former NCERT Director J S Rajput conveyed concerning reviving Sanskrit and said on issues like cheering regional languages, receiving out of colonial hangover and make sure that India becomes a VishwaGuru. He also further conveyed that, Rajput, who was an associate of the HRD selected group on development of NEP, which conveyed concerning the significance of Sanskrit and conveyed previous PM Jawaharlal Nehru too has harassed concerning it in his book Discovery of India.