Two Day Seminar on Vision of Free India: A Transforming Role of New Education Policy -2020

Organizer: KCC INSTITUTE OF LEGAL & HIGHER EDUCATION, GREATER NOIDA– Affiliated to GGSIPU (Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University), Dwarka, New Delhi2B2C, Knowledge ParkIII, Greater NoidaUttar Pradesh 201306ICSSR SPONSORED

About the Seminar

  • When: 26-27 May, 2023
  • Free Registration
  • Call for Papers
  • Certificate of Presentation will be issued to all Paper Presenters
  • One Paper may have maximum three Authors only


  • Seminar Full Paper Proceeding with ISBN No: All accepted full papers will be published in Seminar Full Paper Proceedings with ISBN No and Soft copy will be shared with the authors.

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This Seminar on “Vision of Free India: A transforming Role of New Education Policy: 2020” is about celebrating “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” through vision of an enlightened and well-educated society. Education is an important pillar of any society, fundamental to achieving full human potential and developing an equitable and just society for promoting national development. The Union Cabinet of India approved the National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) on 29 July 2020. It defines the goal for India’s new education system. The new policy has replaced the 1986 National Policy on Education. In both rural and urban India, the program provides a comprehensive framework for education. This includes basic through higher education as well as vocational training. The initiative seeks to completely restructure India’s educational system by 2040. National Education Policy 2020 envisions an India-centric education system. By delivering high-quality education to all, it contributes directly to our nation’s long-term transformation towards an equal and thriving knowledge society. The policy amplifies the use of native or local languages as a language of instruction until Class 5. Under the guidelines of the policy, all pupils should learn three languages at school. It also stipulates that the pupils will not be forced to learn a language. Every student can get quality education no matter caste, gender or any disability. In NEP-2020 we got the freedom of choosing any subjects/streams with no boundations. Equality in Caste, Gender and Category. The objectives of the NEP undoubtedly set very high goals to transform the lives of the learners and thereby the socio-economic environment of the nation but in view of the huge population with a diversity of various sorts, infrastructural limitations, and other factors, all the stakeholders are bound to think seriously over its effective implementation and other related challenges.This seminar will focus on all aspects of National Education Policy-2020 from which India will move on the path of freedom of learning, expressing and explaining


This seminar aims at providing a common platform to all the stakeholders in Education- the regulators, managements, faculty members, researchers, students and people from Industry to deliberate on diverse perspectives on transformingrole of New National Education Policy-2020 to achieve vision of free India and new India, and to discuss the practical challenges that may be encountered during the implementation of this policy.

  • 1. To create awareness on the perspectives of the National Education Policy 2020.
  • 2. To visualizes a unique education system to meet the global standards of education.
  • 3. To identify and bridge the gaps in curriculum and attainment of future learning outcomes.
  • 4. To discuss the roadmap towards a holistic education.
  • 5. To aid in materializing the vision of transforming India into a vibrant knowledge society.
  • 6. To facilitate exchange of ideas and networking amongst National & International stakeholders.
  • 7. To assess the impact of National Education Policy on higher education.
  • 8. To discuss the required regulatory reforms, faculty up gradation and student flexibility integral to effective implementation of NEP.
  • 9. To create an ecosystem for multidisciplinary education, research & funding.
  • 10. To discuss the impact of NEP in making of new India by reviving all sectors of economy


The Seminar will have session covering the following related sub-themes. Topics are indicative, but not limited to these only

  • India and NEP
  • Elementary Education and NEP
  • Flexibility in the National Education Policy
  • The New Education Policy and Technical Education
  • The New Education Policy and Vocational Education
  • Choice-based Credit System and the National Education Policy
  • Infrastructure and the NEP
  • Pedagogy and the NEP
  • Evaluation and Assessment
  • Mental Health and the NEP
  • Cultural, Languages, and Learning
  • Policy and Implementation
  • Standard Operation of Procedure for implementation of NEP
  • NEP and the future of India
  • NEP: Transforming School Education through ITEP
  • Curriculum and pedagogy in schools
  • Impact of Teachers’ Education in ensuring Equity and Inclusion in Education
  • Quality Universities and Colleges: Transformation of Higher Education
  • Catalyzing Quality Academic Research in all Fields through a New Research Foundation
  • Early Childhood Care and Education: The Foundation of Learning
  • Technical education: Challenges and Reforms for New India
  • NEP 2020: Growth of other Sector of Economy


  • Seminar Date: 26-27 May, 2023
  • Last Date for Submission of Abstract: 28th April, 2023
  • Notification for Acceptance of Abstract: 30th April, 2023
  • Last date for Submission of Research Paper: 10th May, 2023

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Original Abstract and Full Paper written in English language has to be submitted as per given Guideline on given email


  • Selection of papers for presentation and discussion will be based on the abstract submitted.
  • The abstract of about 300 words must include the purpose, methodology, major findings of the research and the keywords. It should follow the guidelines given below:
  • Length and reference: 300 words; Font: Times New Roman; Font Size: 12 points; 1.5 space.
  • Title Page: Title, Author(s), Affiliation(s), Contact Details


  • Spacing: 15, Font: Times New Roman, Font Size: 12 Points , Margin of one inch all around
  • Title page: The title page of manuscript must include the title of the theme, names of authors including the corresponding author, affiliations, keywords(maximum 5), phone numbers & email.
  • References: APA formatting style. All tables, charts and graphs should be given on separate sheets with title.
  • Paper must have not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere an undertaking to this effect should appear in the cover letter / email.


Prof. (Dr) Bhavna Agarwal, Professor, KCCILHE, Greater Noida

Dr Sunita Singhal, Associate Professor, KCCILHE, Greater Noida
Contact No. 9711569479
Dr Nitu Maurya, Assistant Professor, KCCILHE, Greater Noida
Contact No, 9717021175

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