Benfits Of Irst-Edcom

  • Endless opportunities to network, organize exchanges between students and staff across India and benefit from a strong connection to the advertising industry.
  • Free access to Assistance for Internships/Implant Trainings of all IRST-students.
  • IRST-EDCOM Funding Assistance: Find partners and receive assistance for Student/Academics funding applications.
  • Placement-Personal Skill development training for each student.
  • 96% Job & Entrepreneurship IRST-EDCOM program for all students.
  • Free attendance to two annual member meetingswith international speakers and interactive workshops, and one online meeting.
  • Government /Private Entrance Exams Preparation for all Students/Academics.
  • Free Projects Expo networking One times per year in Each State.
  • Receive discounts: Access the All the Offline Coursers for 30% Concession for all Registered Students/Academics-like in GATE,IETS,GRE,BANK exam Centers.
  • Creative library student teams for free in the IRST-EDCOM Venture Competition.
  • Industrial Visit Free participation to the EDCOM Thesis Competition;
  • IRST-EDCOM given First opportunity to become a Youth Entrepreneurs
  • Make podcasts or publish articles and be promoted to the Inspire! by IRST website and network;
  • Great opportunities to network with industry professionals and peers through the Inspire by EDCOM network.
  • Opportunity to create joint projects between Students/Academics -IRST EDCOM.
  • Staff members benefit from further training opportunities.

New Education Policy

School education

New pedagogical and curricular structure of school education (5+3+3+4): 3 years in Anganwadi/pre school and 12 years in school.

For children of 3 to 6 years: Access to free, safe, high quality ECCE at Anganwadis /Pre school/ Balvatika.

Foundational Learning Curriculum for age group of 3-8 divided in two parts:

  1. From age 3-6 in ECCE
  2. Prior to the age of 5 every child will move to a “Preparatory Class” or “Balvatika” (that is, before Class 1)

Age 6 to 8, Grade 1-2: Foundational Stage

Age 8-11, Grades 3-5: Preparatory Stage, play, discovery, and activity based and interactive classroom learning.

Age 11-14, Grade 6-8: Middle Stage, experiential learning in the sciences, mathematics, arts, social sciences, and humanities.

Age 14-18, Grade 9-12: Secondary Stage, multidisciplinary study, greater critical thinking, flexibility and student choice of subjects.

Medium of instruction upto grade 5, and preferably till Grade 8 and beyond, will be home language/ mother tongue/ local language.

Beginning with Mathematics, all subjects to be offered at 2 levels.

School students will have 10 bag-less days during which they are taught a vocation of their choice (informal internship)

Board Exams and School Exams 

School Exams will be held only for 3 levels – Classes 3, 5 and 8. Assessment will shift to a formative style which encourages higher-order thinking skills, critical thinking and conceptual clarity.

Board Exams to continue but these will be designed for holistic development. A new national assessment centre PARAKH (Performance Assessment, Review and Analysis of Knowledge for Holistic Development) will be established. Board exams will have less stakes.

All students will be allowed to take Board Exams on up to two occasions during any given school year, one main examination and one for improvement, if desired.

Higher Education and College Entrance Exams

National Testing Agency will conduct a common college entrance exam twice a year. This will be implemented from the 2022 session.

Bachelor’s degree will be of 4 years with exit options as follows.

  • Exit after 1 year: Certificate
  • Exit after 2 years: Diploma

Mid term drop outs will be given the option to complete the degree after a break.

Bachelor’s programmes will be multidisciplinary in nature and there will be no rigid separation between arts and sciences.

Indian arts, languages and culture will be promoted at all levels.

M.Phil degree will be discontinued.

By 2040, all higher education institutions like IITs will become multidisciplinary. There will be greater inclusion of arts and humanities subjects for science students and vice-versa.

Selected universities from among the top 100 universities in the world will be facilitated to operate in India.

The system of affiliated colleges will be phased out in 15 years and colleges will be given greater autonomy and power to grant degrees. The deemed university status will end.

Irst-Edcom Entrepreneur Plan

What do I get in IRST-EDCOM..?

01: Computer education. This is an obvious benefit as this itself is the product.

02: Daily life education. This can happen through the utilities section where you’ll learn those things that make your daily lives better.

03: Improve communication skills.

04: Develop interpersonal skills.

05: Get a wonderful friends circle consisting people from all walks of life and all professions.

06: Develop your talking skills.

07: Develop and mould your leadership abilities to bring out the leader in you.

08: Learn people management skills and put them to practical use on a daily basis.

09: Develop human training, motivational and counselling abilities.

10: Learn and practice money management skills.

11: Gain knowledge about a wide range of subjects related to practicalities of life.

12: Develop a radiant and attractive personality.

13: Develop a strong and powerful character.

14: Start earning money early in life and reach financial freedom very early.

15: Get lots of free time.

16: Develop a very positive attitude to be happy in life irrespective of the outer world.

17: Name , Fame and Popularity.

18: Fan following and followership.

19: Opportunity to do social service.

20: Opportunity to travel to many places.

21: Indispensible financial education.

22: Developentrepreunerial abilities.

23: Create leaders who can lead the country into the future.

24: Be an active part of national development.

25: Early retirement so that you can enjoy life to the fullest.

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