Chhattisgarh govt decides to dedicate one day in a week to teach Chhattisgarhi dialect in schools

Raipur: On the occasion of Teachers’ Day, chief minister Bhupesh Baghel has taken three major decisions in the interest of students. Now, every school in the state will dedicate one day a week to teaching Chhattisgarhi and other local dialects. Teaching material is also being prepared to implement this decision.

In Bastar and Surguja, text material is being prepared in local dialects, and in remaining regions, the material is being compiled in Chhattisgarhi. Studying in Chhattisgarhi and other local dialects one day a week will encourage the students to speak the dialects and take interest in the same.

In another major announcement, Baghel has said that Sanskrit language will also be taught in Swami Atmanand English medium schools as a subject to promote Indian culture and tradition. Moreover, he has also made computer education compulsory in Swami Atmanand English medium schools. Quoting Mahatma Gandhi, Baghel said that education should be aimed at physical, mental and intellectual development of a child, and this is the reason why Chhattisgarh government is adopting innovative approach to promote holistic education for all-round development of children.

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