NIPUN Bharat Gujarati

NIPUN Bharat Gujarati in Gujarati, By SSA Gujarat

National Initiative for Proficiency in Reading with Understanding and Numeracy ( NIPUN Bharat )

Learning to read involves "tracking" the brain so that a set of letters can be understood as coherent words. To achieve this and to connect the characters to the sound, clear study is required. The more complex the spelling of the language, the more practice is required. 

Although many bright children learn to recognize words, most children learn to read more effectively, starting with the smallest one or two letter units. To understand a sentence, one has to read the whole sentence within the limits of one's working memory. 

 This means that children should read at least 45-60 words per minute to understand the paragraph. Proficiency is required for the analysis of written material. When spelling rules are simple and instruction is sufficient, most babies learn to read in their own language in 4-6 months. English takes more time to learn complex spelling languages ​​like Portuguese, Tamil or Urdu.

 If the neural circuits used in reading are functional, even weak and malnourished children can be taught to read with decoding and flow (although they may have difficulty comprehending). Many do not have extra practice at home so they may need more teaching hours to learn fluently. When a large number of students are unable to read in Std 2 or higher, the probable cause is limited or inappropriate instruction rather than poverty and malnutrition.


NEP 2020 publishes that at present a large proportion of students at primary level - an estimated over 50 million students have not been able to achieve basic literacy and numeracy. NEP-2020 further emphasizes that it is imperative to address this crisis immediately and immediately, so that basic education can be achieved in schools and all students have access to quality education. 

 There should be an immediate national mission for all children to acquire basic literacy and numeracy. Students, as well as their schools, teachers, parents and the community, should be given immediate support and encouragement in every possible way to help them achieve all these important goals and missions, which are indeed the basis of all future education. 

 It is also important to note that familiar language has a key role to play in ensuring a better education for children. The multilingual approach generally supports the learning of all languages ​​well, starting with the strong foundation of children's mother tongue which has been proven by universal research. Our effort should be to develop a consensus around the importance of multilingual education to support improved literacy and numeracy skills as well as better teaching of other languages ​​and subjects. 

 To avoid a learning crisis, the policy suggests that the entire elementary and secondary school curriculum will focus on basic literacy and numeracy and, in general, reading, writing, narration, arithmetic, and arithmetic and mathematical thinking - continuous constructive (developmental) / adaptive assessment. 

 Tracking each student's learning individually with a robust system and thus ensuring each student's learning, the purpose of education is not only cognitive development but also character building and creation of holistic and holistic individuals equipped with key 21st century skills for which our school system Assessments that are concise and primarily examine rot memorization require regular and formative assessments instead. 

 The assessment should consistently reflect the learning gap of each child, consistent with the standard appropriate study findings, and should eliminate these gaps in a timely manner. The system will be aptitude-based, promote children's learning and development and test high-level skills such as analysis, critical thinking and conceptual clarity. 


 Recognizing the important role of basic skills in national development, it was announced under the 'Atmanirbhar Bharat Mission' that a national basic literacy and numeracy mission will be launched in the country by 2026-27 to ensure that every child up to standard 8 acquires basic literacy and numeracy. The curriculum structure for the purpose will be developed to systematically advance practical teaching materials - both online and offline, study findings, teacher capacity building, and their measurement indicators, assessment techniques, etc.

NIPUN Bharat Gujarati in Gujarati, By SSA Gujarat

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NEP 2020 Gujarati saransh Click Here

NEP 2020 alekhan Saransh Book pdf

Gujarat NEP 2020 Task force Committee 9/02/2021 

શાળા દફ્તર School Office file 

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