Implementation of Sanskrit from class 6-8, in Uttar Pradesh School

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The Yogi Government of Uttar Pradesh is increasingly trying to increase the Sanskrit language (Sanskrit) in the state. The efforts of the government to provide better education and provide all the facilities to the children of Sanskrit schools have started paying off. On the instruction of the government, the Sanskrit Board will teach students from class 6 to 8 from the NCERT books. With this, students of Sanskrit school will be taught computers along with English.

From the academic session 2021-22 in the state, the syllabus of the National Council of Educational Research and Training will be implemented in Sanskrit schools from class 6 to 8 also. Presently NCERT syllabus is applicable in classes 9 to 12. From this session 2021-22, students of classes 6 to 8 will also read the NCERT book.

Computer and English studies, Sanskrit required

 Sanskrit will be included as a compulsory subject in the course of the students. With this, students of Sanskrit schools will be able to gain knowledge of Sanskrit along with computers and English.

At present, 1164 Sanskrit schools are being operated within the state. More than 97,500 students are studying in it. The government has taken this step to connect the students with the Sanskrit language to modern education. It may be noted that the state government has also announced to provide free food and hostel facilities to more than 4 thousand students of Sanskrit schools of more than 200 Gurukul system.

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