EducationMinisterGoesLive: Board Exams-2021 not to be conducted in Feb-March 2021, AI to be introduced soon

The Union Education Minister, Dr. Ramesh Nishank Pokhriyal through EducationMinsterGoesLive responded to the Nation-wide Viewers' Questions, including facilitating fullfledged Online Education, Imparting Training to the Teachers, conducting CBSE Board Examinations and dealing with the global pandemic CoViD-2019 situation among others. Artificial Intelligence to be introduced soon

By SC Sharma, Updated : Dec 22, 2020 18:11 IST
EducationMinisterGoesLive: Board Exams-2021 not to be conducted in Feb-March 2021, AI to be introduced soon
UEM Dr Ramesh N Pokhriyal Image Demonstrative

EducationMinisterGoesLive: The Ministry of Education has no plans to conduct the CBSE Board Examinations 2021 until February-end 2021. The Union Minister of Education, while addressing the Teachers, Students, their Parents, Guardians, at the outset expressed his gratitude to the teachers and appreciated them stating that the Teachers have taught the students like Warriors. Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal informed through  EducationMinisterGoesLive that in view of the widespread of CoViD (Corna Virus Disease) 2019, it would not be feasible for the Ministry of Education to conduct the CBSE Board Exams 2021 until February-end 2021. However, after February-end 2021, the Ministry of Education shall likely announce in after February Examination Dates for conducting the Board Examinations. 

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The Honorable Minister of Education Dr Ramesh Nishank Pokhriyal informed that the Government of India is working on introducing Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the aim of putting up India No. 01 in the World.  

Important: Key Points:  He responded to various questions put up by the people from various States. Dr. Pokhriyal answered on setting up a Committee to ensure forming the Holistic Education as part and parcel of New Education Policy. Cyber Security, Privacy would be maintained. On being asked for incorporating the Ethics, Ethical Value under the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, Dr. Ramesh N Pokhriyal replied that the Ministry of Education is working on the same as well.    

In as many as 2,80,000 Schools, Vocational Studies shall be introduced including Industry, Agriculture Various  Health, Environment.  Efforts are being made on utilisation of the Ancient Bharat Knowledge in the Modern Age. Competency-based Practical (Behavioral) Educational Training be imparted. India to be World's No. 01 Country with introducing Artificial Intelligence across the country. 

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The Central Government is working proactively on making Nishthaa Principle fullfledgedly practicable. Efforts are being made on effective and result-oriented Nishthaa Principle at the fastest possible. The Teachers would be imparted Online Evaluation Training. Online Education shall be made accessible far and wide in the remotest areas in the country. Diksha has reached in 35 States. One Class Plus One Channel is in place. 800 Radio Programs have been integrated.