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New Education Policy: Complete undergraduate education that is incomplete ; New education policy will provide relief to students

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Pune, 7 June 2024: Many students have to leave their undergraduate education incomplete due to family responsibilities, marriage obligations or some unavoidable reason. A year or two of education does not provide a job, nor does it benefit it in the future. However, the New Education Policy (NEP) has provided students with a ‘multiple entry multiple exit’ option. Students enrolled in graduation in the academic year 2024-25 will be able to opt for this option at an inevitable time.

In rural and tribal areas, most of the girls studying in the first or second year of graduation get married. They want to learn when they settle down; But it is not possible to study again from the first year of graduation. In such a situation, NEP has provided the facility of further learning from the same course from where he left education. Children also have to drop out of school for some unavoidable reason. Such students will not necessarily return to the mainstream of education. However, ‘multiple entry multiple exits’ are giving them an opportunity. This option will be available for the four-year undergraduate course from this year, but students will have to complete some business-oriented credits for it.

Skill-oriented topics needed:

If the student wanted to stop studying that year due to unavoidable reasons, he had to take an exit course of 10 percent credit. These courses will focus on skills. So that the student can get a job based on that degree. Within seven years, the student will be able to return and resume his studies from there. Student credits will be stored in the Academic Bank of Credits and the student will be able to earn a degree using them as needed.

Which degree in which year?

  • Upon completion of first year of graduation: Certificate
  • After completion of two years: Diploma
  • Completion of three years: Degree
  • Completion of four years: Degree Honors

“Multiple entry multiple exits will allow students who have stopped their education due to difficulties to return to the stream of education in the future along with employment opportunities. Each year of graduation is perfect and the student is able to find employment in the outside world.”

Dr. Parag Kalkar, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Savitribai Phule Pune University

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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