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JAMMU: Vidya Bharti J&K organised a meeting to discuss and deliberate on implementation of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 on Tuesday. The aim of meeting was to discuss National Education Policy 2020 and future course of action in its implementation within UT of J&K and to make aware society in general and all students in particular on its use in school education, curriculum and contents.Prant Sanyojak Sameer Krishan Saproo presented welcome address and highlighted main points of NEP 2020. The meeting was presided over by Ved Bhushan Sharma President Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti J&K in presence of Desraj Sharma, Educationist and General Secretary Vidya Bharti Uttar Kshetra Kurukshetra.Satish Mittal, Pradeep Tripathi, Dr. Naresh Sharma Asstt Prof CUJ, Dr Vivek Sharma Asstt Prof JU, Prof Rajiv Rattan Sharma HOD Education Jammu University, Subash Chander Retired Principal, Samir Vohra Asstt Registrar SMVDU, Puneet Mahajan Director Supertech, Principals of BVMs Pradeep Singh Ramban, Naresh Singh Reasi, Kishori Lal Parihar, Kanshi Nath Raina, Swami Raj Kishtwar, Savita Sharma Dadwara, Shabnam Bali D.Nagar Jammu, Reena Rajput Amphalla, Renu Sharma Udhampur also attended the meeting and discussed the policy in detail.
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