Gujarat Assembly passes resolution for teaching ‘Bhagavad Gita’ in schools
Gujarat Assembly: The Gujarat legislative assembly on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution requesting the BJP government in the state to take necessary steps for the effective implementation of the education department’s recent decision to teach ‘Bhagavad Gita’ in schools.
While the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) invited the goal and stretched out its help to it, Congress individuals at first enlisted their dissent however later upheld it during the democratic, following which the public authority goal was passed consistently in the House.
In December last year, the state training division had reported that standards and values epitomized in the ‘Shrimad Bhagavad Gita’ will be shown in schools from Class 6 to 12 from the following scholarly year. The Minister of State for Education, Praful Pansheriya, made the presentation of the resolution to the House.
In his location, Pansheriya said the Public Training Strategy 2020 lays weight on teaching a deep satisfaction and association with the rich and various culture and information frameworks and customs of India in understudies. ” Likewise, it is fundamental to coordinate Indian culture into understudies’ day to day routines so they are presented to the rich legacy of Indian culture and feel glad for being Indian. Indian culture and information framework ought to be remembered for the school educational plan so that this association helps in the general improvement of the understudies,” the priest said.