India’s NEP introduces blockchain technology in the revised syllabus for classes 9 to 12


The national education policy (NEP) 2020 is going to change ahead of the new syllabus on behalf of the current demand in the world of employment.

India is a developing country and under the current leadership of the ruling government, this country brought several new changes to bring improvement in the education system. The last big change in the education policy was NEP 2020 but now it is going to change. 

On 8 May 2023, Crypto Twitter user Koinly shared the latest news ahead of India’s new education policy and confirmed that they are going to introduce several technology focussed chapters in the syllabus of the class of 9th to 12th, to replace the history based less useful chapters.

These main tech topics in the renewed syllabus will be IoT, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, augmented and virtual reality, 3D printing, and cloud computing. 

Such new chapters will surely bring new changes to the next generation of India because the demand in the world is now changing and technology is playing a vital role. 

Blockchain, India, & Crypto Regulation

In the present time, crypto companies are operating their businesses in India under the traditional financial regulation system. Over the last several years, the Indian government failed to give a clear answer on whether it is going to ban or regulate. 

Under the G-20 leadership, the Indian finance ministry brought the concept of a Global crypto regulation framework and for the same, they are in talks with several government agencies around the world. 

In early 2022, the Indian finance ministry brought a bill to give full regulatory approval for the country’s central bank to use blockchain technology in financial innovation & digital payment services.

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