Government Not Against English, But Wants To Strengthen English Language

Government Not Against English, But Wants To Strengthen English Language, Ramesh Pokhriyal

Government Not Against English, But Wants To Strengthen Indian Language: As we all know recently the New Education Policy 2020 was launched and in that it is decided that the students till Class 5th they all have to study in mother tongue language which can be Hindi or any other Indian Language.

So in the context of this decision, the Union Minister of Education Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the Central Government not against English, But wants to Strengthen Indian language. He also said that there are so many countries which are well developed and accomplished many big achievements and they used only there mother tongue.

So why India don’t. And this comment of Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal is very significant as the Former congress leader and union minister Mr. P Chidambaram and DMK MP Kanimozhi Karunanidhi. They alleged that all the government officers and authorities should have to speak in their mother tongue.

And because of New Education Policy 2020 first time it is happening that student can choose the subject he/she wants. Like they can select commerce stream and can read literature with that. And any other. Said Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. 

Shivraj Singh Chauhan said during the webinar that we have to ensure that every child in the state go o school and learn. Under the new education policy 2020 we have to work on imparting skills and knowledge in the students.

The education has three objectives now – Imparting Skills, Imparting Knowledge, Imparting Moral.

Conclusion

So it is a very good thing that now onward till class 5th student will study in their mother tongue language. Government Not Against English, But Wants To Strengthen English Language

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