Sushant Singh Rajput Had Once Said 'Coding Will Be Future Language', It's Now A Part of New Educational Policy
GUWAHATI: With the Centre's new Education Policy, a clip of Sushant Singh Rajput's video is going viral where he is stressing on the need to include coding in the school curriculum.
In the video, the deceased actor, in an old interview, had said that 65% of the students who are going to kindergarten this year will do jobs in technology that we haven't invented yet.
Further, he had said that that coding will have to be included in the curriculum as this is going to be the language that we will need in the next few years.
Govt of India in 2020:— Harish S Itagi (@HarishSItagi) July 29, 2020
- Coding will be taught from Class VI onwards.
- Focus will be on Artificial Intelligence.
Sushant Singh Rajput in 2019:
- In few years, coding will be made mandatory.
- Focus will be on Emotional Quotient.#NewEducationPolicy #SushantSinghRajput pic.twitter.com/xFM90JFvMe
The government in the New National Education Policy (NEP) announced that coding will be taught from Class 6 onwards.
The announcement was made by education ministry officials at a press conference, which was held in the presence of Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar and Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'.
The decision was taken at the cabinet meeting on Wednesday last.
In the press meet, school education secretary Anita Karwal listed out some 'path-breaking reforms' in the policy, which involved the inclusion of coding in class 6th curriculum.