A.R Rahman, First To React On The New Draft Policy !! Check Reactions !!

Amid protests over the draft version of the National Education Policy 2019, the NDA-ruled government at the centre has tweaked the draft. The centre had clarified on Sunday that Hindi will not be thrust upon any state. The centre’s education plan is seen by many in the southern states as an attempt to impose Hindi on school students.

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Music director A R Rahman on Monday welcomed the changes made to the draft National Education Policy saying the alteration will enable students to choose any language they want to study.

The musician took to his Twitter account to express his contentment, which roughly means, “Hindi is not compulsory in TN. The draft policy has been revised.”

Southern states of India, headed by Tamil Nadu, demonstrated severe outrage against the National Education Policy draft made by the Human Resource Development Ministry, which made Hindi and English mandatory in schools in non-Hindi speaking states.

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Ever since the draft was made public, it invited huge outcry and criticism from Tamil Nadu. People took to Twitter and other social media platfoms to express their outrage against Hindi imposition.

Director Parthiban and followers reacted to his tweet :

According to the new version of the draft policy, “Students who wish to change one or more of the three languages they are studying may do so in Grade 6 or Grade 7, so long as they are able to still demonstrate proficiency in three languages (one language at the literature level) in their modular Board Examinations sometime during secondary school.”

In the original Draft National Education Policy 2019, a three-language formula recommended the inclusion of English and Hindi besides mother tongue in the non-Hindi state, while the Hindi-speaking states were to include English and Indian language from other parts of India.

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Academy Award winner AR Rahman is among the first to react to the new change. He took to Twitter to share the news with his followers and called the new decision ‘beautiful’.

 

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