This time in India, the Ministry of Education has proposed to teach Vedas, Gita and Ramayana to the students as a proposal to practice the knowledge-tradition-culture of ancient India in the madrasa curriculum.
Initially, these will be taught in 100 madrasas. Later it will be introduced in 500 madrasas. According to the new proposal of the National Open Schooling Organization, Vedas, Gita and Ramayana will be taught in madrasas from now on.
The new proposal mentions 15 new courses. The Vedas, Yoga, Ramayana and Mahabharata may be included in this list as the bearers of Indian tradition and culture. There is also Sanskrit language. There will also be some vocational skills. The Bhagavad Gita will also be taught.
Ramesh Pokhriyal, India’s Union Education Minister, claimed on Tuesday (March 2nd) that the new proposal from the National Institute of Open Schooling would help madrassas and international students understand Indian culture and traditions.❐
Source: Times of India