RSS Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat is set to release an alternative curriculum for school education in the capital on Saturday. It comes in the backdrop of the Centre carrying out consultations to frame the National Education Policy (NEP), which is set to be unveiled by the year end.
Prepared by an Ahmedabad-based think tank called Punarutthan Vidyapeeth, the curriculum is compiled in a five-volume series and meant to promote ‘Indian model’ of school education. According to Vidyapeeth the curriculum is compiled in a five-volume series and meant to promote ‘Indian model’ of school education. According to Vidyapeeth chancellor Indumati Katdare, the curriculum is based on ‘Indian values’ and education systems as documented in the Upanishads and tracts of the eighteenth century. The curriculum, as explained by Katdare essentially centres around a syllabus based on Vedic education, family values and moral values....Read more
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