The Government of India approved the New India education Programme scheme for the financial years 2022-2027 that will cover all areas of adult education and match with the national education policy 2020.

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has announced the‘ New India education Programme’for the next five years, to cover all aspects of adult education. The ministry has decided to use the term‘Education for All’ rather of‘ Adult Education,’because the former term did n’t represent allnon-literates who are in the age group of 15 years and above.
This programme is anticipated to bring Rs1037.90 crore between 2022 and 2027, with the central government providing Rs 700 crore and the states providing Rs337.90 crore, respectively.
Implementation of the scheme
Through volunteerism, in an online mode, this recently launched scheme will be implemented. Face-to- face training, workshops and orientation for volunteers will be arranged. All available information and resources will be made available digitally so that registered volunteers can easily access them via digital channels similar as radio, TV, portals and mobile phone- based free open- source apps.
The Ministry of Education will be the implementing ministry of this scheme.
The aim of the scheme
This scheme’s aims are to educate not only foundational numeracy and literacy, but also critical life skills similar as digital literacy, financial education, awareness and health care, commercial skills, education and child care, and family welfare. Vocational skills development will also be focused upon so that obtaining local employment becomes easier and basic education including preparatory, middle, and secondary education.
Education courses in lores, trades, culture, technology, recreation, and sports as well as various other areas of interest to local learners, similar as more advanced material on key life skills, are also to be included under this programme.

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