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Thursday, 25 July 2019

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It was decided by the education department of Gujarat state to teach compulsory Gujarati language as the first language in all primary schools of the state. An official resolution has also been made by the government regarding its implementation. As per the resolution made by the Government, standard 1 and 2 in the year 2018, standard 3 in the year 2019, standard 4 in the year 2020, thus the compulsory implementation of Gujarati language education will be implemented up to standard level 8. The textbook board has also been instructed to prepare the syllabus for sale in the next 10 days.
It is worth mentioning that, from the year 2018-19, those schools which want to get affiliation with other boards will have to implement Gujarati language education in the Objective Certificate.
Mother tongue is the first language as recommended in the country's first national education policy-1968, the three-language formula recommended in the context of schooling, so that schools in Gujarat should have Gujarati as their first language.

For the past several years, the medium of instruction in English schools belonging to boards including CBSE, ACSE, IB is English and Hindi and foreign languages ​​are taught as other languages, but children are deprived of expected knowledge of mother tongue Gujarati as Gujarati language is not taught. As a result, the government has made it mandatory to make Gujarati subjects compulsory in any board other than Gujarati medium of the state or primary schools of any medium, starting next June, 2018. However, in other board schools, Modama has been told to start teaching late in the second semester
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