New E-Commerce Policy and Draft National Education Policy 2019 (Download PDF)

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New E-Commerce Policy

  • Inter-ministerial task force-Constituting a new e-commerce policy has submitted its report to the government.
  • To define e-commerce, strengthen FDI laws in the sector, address regulatory and competition issues and customer concerns.

Expected Belief of the Policy

  • Data Privacy.
  • Structures.
  • Competition.
  • Online grievance redressal mechanism.
  • To ensure fairness in the market place.

Draft National Education Policy 2019

  • Submitted by the Committee led by the Chairman Dr. Kasturirangan on education policy.
  • To meet the contemporary and futuristic needs of India՚s large youth population.
  • To meet the changing dynamics of the requirements in terms of quality education, innovation and research.
  • To make India a knowledge superpower by equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge.
  • To eliminate the shortage of manpower in science, technology, academics and industry.
  • Foundational pillars- Access, Equity, Quality, Affordability and Accountability.

Key Areas of Change

  • Ministry
  • Curriculum
  • RTE Act
  • Teacher education
  • Higher education
  • Institution
  • Language

- Published/Last Modified on: April 9, 2020

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