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Breaking the Inertia

Paradigm shift calls for a change in the purpose of education. It may meet with resistance from stakeholders initially. Committed leadership can bring change.

"Every time a new education policy is introduced, it calls for a shift in the existing paradigm. The National Education Policy (NEP-2020) also advocates for a shift. The difference between a 'change' and a 'shift' is that change can be incremental, time-consuming, or even superficial. A shift is transformative and total. It’s a new beginning. A lot more inner work is needed at the individual and collective levels for a shift. It may necessitate an overhaul of the attitudes and beliefs of all s...

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