State Times NewsJAMMU: Vidya Bharati J&K that is Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti J&K organized the inaugural ceremony of Vidya Bharati MyNep Competition in Bhartiya Vidya Mandir High School Amphalla, here on Thursday.This programme has been arranged in three categories, 9th to 12th, UG & PG students and all citizens.The national event was inaugurated on 11th September with the blessing of honorable Prime Minster Sh. Narendra Modi Ji & good wishes of Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank Honorable Education Minster of Bharat in the presence of Vidya Bharati office bearers.Today on 17th September the programme is being launched in UT J&K and Ladakh by Vidya Bharati J&K.Organizer Samir Krishan Saproo welcomed all the guests and members present on the occasion and said that the aim of the programme, of MyNep 2020 must become the topic of discussion with society in general and all students in particular on four themes that is Bharat centric education, holistic education, knowledge based society and quality education.The programme was inaugurated by Ved Bhushan Sharma President Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti J&K in the presence of Priya Sethi Ex Education Minister J&K, Hari Bhushan, Satish Mittal, Pradeep Tripathi, Vivek Sharma, Sunil Malhotra, Samir Vohra, Naresh Jain, K.K Mengi, Puneet Mahajan, Inderjeet all executive member of society, members of ABVP Pardeep Singh, Vishal Manhas, School management committee members of BVM Amphalla and Dashmesh Nagar Principals and all teachers.The main speaker of the programme Pradip Kumar, Prant Saghthan Mantri J&K, who highlighted the main points of MyNewp 2020. He said that MyNep 2020 is the 1st education policy of 21st century and aims to address all growing developmental imperious of the country the policy proposes the reviving and revamping of all aspects of the education structure include in regulation and governance, to create a new system that is aligned with the expressional goals 21st century education.He also said that the rich heritage of ancient and internal Bhartiya knowledge and thought has been the guiding light for this policy.The aim of education in our past was not just the store of knowledge as preparation for life, this world, or life beyond schooling, but for the complete realization and liberation of the self.We had world class institutions in our country such as Takshila, Nalanda and Vikramshila which had set highest standards of multidisciplinary teaching and research and hosted students across the globe which produced great scholar such as Charka, Sushrta, Aryabhata, Varhmhir, Baskarachary, Bhramgupt, Chankya, Panini, Patanjali, Maytriye, Gargi and numerous other he said that all these rich legacies must be nurtured preserved for future and also research and put new use through new education system.He made an appeal to one and all to participate in Vidya Bharati MyNep Competition and make it a mass awareness programme among the society in general and all educationists, Teachers, all students etc.The competition will be done through www.MyNep.in Facebook, Instagram , Twitter, YouTube etc. the contents will be available and participation in thirteen languages on the website upto 24th September and the competition from 25th September to 2nd October 2020.The participants will be awarded certificates and cash prizes also. It is a bright opportunity for all individuals, institutions to register themselves as MyNep Ambassadors.Ved Bhushan Sharma in his presidential address requested all the members to participate in the programme and make others to participate in the event thus making it a public movement.He showered his good wishes and hoped that all citizens, students, teachers will participate and encourage the others for making the event a successful programme.General Secretary Vidya Bharti J&K presented the vote of thanks.
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