One day will be designated as “Mother Language Day” in schools, with studies in Chhattisgarhi and tribal dialects required.
On Teachers’ Day, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel made three major decisions affecting Chhattisgarh students. To promote the Chhattisgarhi language in the state, all schools will now offer Chhattisgarhi and tribal dialect education once a week. Swami Atmanand English Medium Schools will also teach Sanskrit. Simultaneously, computer education will be mandatory.
As per Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, it will be taught in all schools once a week to promote other tribal dialects, including Chhattisgarhi. The text is being prepared using local tribal dialects from the Bastar and Surguja regions and other areas. One day per week of study in Chhattisgarhi will promote the local language and spark student interest in studies.
The Chief Minister has proposed teaching Sanskrit subjects in Swami Atmanand English medium schools to promote the country’s culture and tradition. Simultaneously, the Chief Minister has mentioned making computer education mandatory in Swami Atman and English medium schools. Referring to Mahatma Gandhi, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel stated that education should promote a child’s physical, mental, and intellectual development. Keeping this in mind, the Chhattisgarh government is promoting education through innovation.