National Education Policy (NEP) lacks focus on learning level, said Amir Ullah Khan while addressing at the roundtable meet on ‘Education in India’ at Media Plus Auditorium in Hyderabad on Sunday.
A group of educationists and intellectuals gathered under the banner of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) to discuss NEP and the status of education in the country with focus on Telangana State.
Mr Amir Ullah Khan said the main issue of Indians in general and the Muslim community in particular is education. He urged the govt. to focus on improving quality of education.
Prof. Dharmiya said that govt. had been making such policies that promoted drop-outs and decreased school budget to deprive the students of the country. He further said we had to think on critical lines and work to improve the status of education in India.
Speaking on the theme “India as a welfare state”, Dr. Talha Fayazuddin, State President of SIO Telangana State said that a welfare state should to fulfill the necessity of education on priority and in the Constitutional spirit.
Javeriya Saleem discussed various surveys carried out to know the status of education. She said that there were many loopholes in data collected.
Among other prominent intellectuals present in the roundtable meet were Dr Kumar, Dr Samuel HMI, and Dr. Salahuddin of MANUU.