The Rajasthan Government has wanted to present another syllabus in the schools from next scholastic session, which would incorporate stories of “mahapursh” (extraordinary pioneers) among different themes. The stride is being taken as a try to make the youngsters mindful about Indian culture and qualities.
On September 5, celebrating the event of Teachers’ Day, the Rajasthan Minister of State for Education Vasudev Devanani declared that the new syllabus, for Class 1 to 12, would acquire significant changes books covering Indian society, moral science and would incorporate stories of “mahapurush” (awesome pioneers) and most recent advancements.
He included that the understudies ought to find out about ‘mahapurush’, take lessons from their lives, the priest said. The new educational program would expand the understudies’ information as well as set them up for worldwide rivalry and present day challenges, he said.
The Minister said that the books would be printed by new syllabus and disseminated to understudies of more than 83,500 schools in the state.
In the wake of getting protests from educators’ affiliation and gatherings against expanding school length of time by 40 minutes, the priest said, the State Education Department has chosen to decrease it by 20 minutes and get rid of particular timings amid winters and summers. The State government had expanded the school length of time by 40 minutes from July 1, Mr. Devanani said, including, the aggregate length of time would now be of 6 hours and 10 minutes.