School – Seven thousand English-speaking children will return to study through Hindi

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Seven thousand English-speaking children will return to study through Hindi
Bulandshahr. About seven thousand children studying English in government schools will now study Hindi again. This is because these kids have gone to class 6 after passing grade five and there is only one middle school of Hindi in front of them. If they want to study the English language even more, they will have to go to private schools. The parents of these children are concerned about their children’s educational future.
There are a total of 2399 municipal schools in the district. These include primary, upper primary and compound schools. Of these, English secondary education was started in 176 schools. This time about 20,000 children have passed class 5. These include about 12,000 children from the middle English primary school. He has to leave primary school and go on to upper primary to study the following year. But most of the high schools of these children in the village are of average Hindi. If these children study in a government school, there will only be a middle school in Hindi. If they want to study more in English middle school, they will have to take refuge in private school. Parents in the poor section cannot afford expensive fees. Under these conditions, they will only have to study the Hindi medium. About this disorder, teachers and parents say that after all, when the Hindi medium had to be studied, then why the ordering of the English medium was only up to the fifth grade.
The new education policy gives priority to the mother tongue
The government is emphasizing providing education through English in primary schools. Mandates are issued every day. At the same time, the new education policy has stated that it prioritises the mother tongue. In point number 4.11 on page 19 of the Education Policy, it has been mentioned that young children have a better understanding of meaningful concepts in their mother tongue or mother tongue. It has been said that priority should be given to the mother tongue at least up to class 5. If possible, emphasis should be placed on the mother tongue up to class VIII. There is talk among officials and teachers that if we continue in office, the mother tongue is being lost and if education policy is to be implemented, English must be abolished.
The education of children is being done according to the current provision of the government and the department. Efforts will be made to connect these children with nearby English middle schools. Akhand Pratap Singh, basic education officer

Seven thousand English-speaking children will return to study through Hindi

Bulandshahr. About seven thousand children studying English in government schools will now study Hindi again. This is because these kids have gone to class 6 after passing grade five and there is only one middle school of Hindi in front of them. If they want to study the English language even more, they will have to go to private schools. The parents of these children are concerned about their children’s educational future.

There are a total of 2399 municipal schools in the district. These include primary, upper primary and compound schools. Of these, secondary English teaching was started in 176 schools. This time about 20,000 children have passed class 5. These include about 12,000 children from the middle English primary school. He has to leave primary school and go on to upper primary to study the following year. But most of the high schools of these children in the village are of average Hindi. If these children study in a public school, there will only be a middle school in Hindi. If they want to study more in English middle school, they will have to take refuge in private school. Parents in the poor section cannot afford expensive fees. Under these conditions, they will only have to study the Hindi medium. About this disorder, teachers and parents say that after all, when the Hindi medium had to be studied, then why the ordering of the English medium was only up to the fifth grade.

The new education policy gives priority to the mother tongue

The government is emphasizing providing education through English in primary schools. Mandates are issued every day. At the same time, the new education policy has stated that it prioritises the mother tongue. In point number 4.11 on page 19 of the Education Policy, it has been mentioned that young children have a better understanding of meaningful concepts in their mother tongue or mother tongue. It has been said that priority should be given to the mother tongue at least up to class 5. If possible, emphasis should be placed on the mother tongue up to class VIII. There is talk among officials and teachers that if we continue in office, the mother tongue is being lost and if education policy is to be implemented, English must be abolished.

The education of children is being done according to the current provision of the government and the department. Efforts will be made to connect these children with nearby English middle schools. Akhand Pratap Singh, basic education officer

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