4 languages will be taught in Bihar schools
Bihar Education Department is going to make unprecedented changes in the syllabus of schools. These changes will be made under the New Education Policy, NEP. With this decision, preparations are on to change the syllabus from class 1 to class 12. Its objective is to give proper place to regional languages in the curriculum along with other changes in the curriculum.
Preparations are underway to change the syllabus from class 1 to class 12 in Bihar. This process of change in school education has been targeted to be completed by the year 2026. After the change in the syllabus in the state, the books will also change completely. Under the New Education Policy (NEP 2021), the exercise to change the school curriculum has intensified across the country. The experts of the Education Department are continuously working on this.
target by 2026
Under the New Education Policy (NEP 2020), the books from class 1 to class 12 will be completely changed by the year 2026. Due to this, about 2.25 crore students will have to study from the new curriculum itself. The curriculum is being prepared on the basis of creative and experiences so that the students can understand the new syllabus well and their knowledge can be enhanced. However, soon suggestions will also be taken from teachers, researchers, students and educational institutions regarding this.
4 languages will be taught
According to this decision of Bihar Education Department, now regional languages will also be included in it. From the very beginning, studies of Magahi, Bhojpuri, Angika and Vajjika languages will be started till the fifth standard. At present, these languages are not being taught separately, but over the years the demand for studying these languages has been rising. After this, on the opinion of the experts of the Education Department, these four new languages are being given place in the new curriculum.
Nodal officers have also been deputed to prepare books based on the new syllabus and its outline. It includes Dr Rashmi Prabha and Dr VK Kujjar. The team of the State Council of Education Research and Training is working rapidly on regional languages and courses, with the goal of preparing new syllabus by the year 2022.
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