Rss advice to the central government that the new education policy should not be one-sided

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Published by: Prabhapunj Mishra
Updated Tue July 13, 2021 9:07 AM IST

RSS national contemplation meeting in Chitrakoot
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At the contemplation meeting of the Sangh in Chitrakoot, the top leadership of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh advised the central government that the new education policy should not be one-sided. Must be absolutely factual. Unobjective and non-historical facts should be removed from the curriculum. On the third day of the RSS Rashtriya Chintan meeting here on Sunday, there was an educational brainstorming session. In a meeting organized with the Prant Pracharaks on the Arogyadham campus, Sangh chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat that for several years education has been conveyed by misrepresenting many facts of Indian history.

Instead of practical knowledge, students are forced to memorize. He said that the new education policy should be designed and implemented soon so that the new generation get the right knowledge about the Indian heroes. Said that from math to science can be practically taught. The sangh chief said that moral education must have a curriculum.

In addition, from agriculture to horticulture should also be included in this. Concerns were raised at the meeting that new courses have not yet been launched in schools. He said there should be no delay in this work. Education should be given again by the start of the educational institutions closed in Corona. During the meeting, suggestions were also made to reduce the burden of children’s bags.

At the contemplation meeting of the Sangh in Chitrakoot, the top leadership of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh advised the central government that the new education policy should not be one-sided. Must be absolutely factual. Unobjective and non-historical facts should be removed from the curriculum.

On the third day of the RSS Rashtriya Chintan meeting here on Sunday, there was an educational brainstorming session. In a meeting organized with the Prant Pracharaks on the Arogyadham campus, Sangh chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat that for several years education has been conveyed by misrepresenting many facts of Indian history.

Instead of practical knowledge, students are forced to memorize. He said that the new education policy should be designed and implemented soon so that the new generation get the right knowledge about the Indian heroes. Said that from math to science can be practically taught. The sangh chief said that moral education must have a curriculum.

In addition, from agriculture to horticulture should also be included in this. Concerns were raised at the meeting that new courses have not yet been launched in schools. He said there should be no delays in this work. Education should be given again by the start of the educational institutions closed in Corona. During the meeting, suggestions were also made to reduce the burden of children’s bags.

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