NCERT Panel: To connect school children even more with spirituality, a new puzzle has been made by NCERT. According to the information received, the panel of the National Council of Educational Research and Training has now recommended adding the Indian epics Ramayana and Mahabharata in children’s subjects.
It is very important to teach Ramayana and Mahabharata to children.
Let us tell you that a committee was formed for this, while giving complete information, Chairman of the committee CI Issac said that it is important to teach Ramayana and Mahabharata to the students of class 7 to 12. He said, “The committee has emphasized on teaching epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata to the students in the social science syllabus. We believe that during adolescence, students develop a sense of self-respect, patriotism and pride for their nation.”
He further said that due to lack of patriotism, every year thousands of students leave the country and take citizenship in other countries. Therefore it is important for them to understand their roots, develop love for their country and their culture. He said that some education boards currently teach Ramayana to students, but they teach it as a myth. The education system serves no purpose, and would not be a service to the nation, if these epics were not taught to students.
“The name Bharat should be used instead of the word India in textbooks.”
Giving further details on teaching Mahapath to children, committee chairman CI Issac had said that the panel had recommended inclusion of ‘classical history’ instead of ancient history in the textbooks for classes 3 to 12 and changing the name ‘India’ to ‘Bharat’. It was also recommended to replace it with ‘.
For your information, let us tell you that the panel also proposed to NCERT that the name Bharat should be used in place of the word India in children’s textbooks. While responding to this proposal of the panel, NCERT had said last month that the process of curriculum development is still going on. NCERT said, “It is premature to comment on the media reports on the related issue.”
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