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Reforms in the Education System to Achieve the Atmanirbhar Bharat Mission

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Studies and Research in Social Work, Karnatak University, Dharwad, India
  • 2Department of Studies and Research in Social Work, Karnatak University, Dharwad, India

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 12, Issue (3), Pages 10-13, September,6 (2023)


Atmanirbhar Bharat is not a new concept. Indian freedom fighters under British rule used this concept to fight against British policies, and they used the term Swadeshi instead of Atmanirbhar Bharat. Both concepts are almost similar, and the main objective behind it is to prepare India to become self-reliant in the future. Therefore, the Government of India is initiating several policies and programmes for self-reliance in all dimensions of functioning, such as economic, social, environmental, political, cultural, and educational. The educational sector is very basic and important sector because education plays a vital role in the development of the country. Therefore, to achieve the Atmanirbhar Mission through education, India has made several reformative changes and introduced the New Education Policy 2020. The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP) has different views as compared to the old education policies and aims to enhance learning beyond extended. It is Encouraging students to leverage their real-world experiences, excellence in higher education, experiential learning through the development of professional skills, quantitative thinking, and promoting research and innovation. This paper is based on secondary data, and its main objective is to shed light on the major reforms in the education system undertaken to achieve the Atmanirbhar Bharat Mission.


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