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March 04, 2020 Wednesday 09:52:37 AM IST

Opening of Yoga University

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As reported by the Ministry of  Human Resource and Development, the Government of India has undertaken a detailed exercise for formulating New National Education Policy (NEP) for which a committee under Chairmanship of Dr. K. Kasurirangan was constituted which submitted its report to the Ministry on 31-05-2019. The report of the Committee uploaded on the Ministry of Human Resource Development’s website https://mhrd.gov.in/list-nep/ portal to elicit feedback/ comments/suggestions from the stakeholders. The draft National Education Policy (NEP) has been proposed inter-alia that yoga shall be an integral part of the curriculum of school education and higher education.




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