The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Education, Women, Children, Youth and Sports in its report on “School Textbook Content and Design Reform” suggested incorporating ancient knowledge, wisdom and teachings about life and society from the Vedas and other great texts. Indian curriculum in school curriculum.
Chaired by Rajya Sabha MP Binoy P Sahasrabuddha, the committee said NCERTs and SCERTs should focus on providing core content through their textbooks initially and explore a key development potential of the Ministry of Education to maintain uniformity in educational standards for school children across the country. Class-based general curriculum for various subjects for implementation by CBSE, CICSE and various other state boards.
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The 32-member committee’s report focuses on “removing all historical references and distortions about national heroes, ensuring equal or proportional references to all times in Indian history, and highlighting the role of great historical women achievers, including the Gargi, Maitreyi or rulers.” The Queen of Jhansi, Rani Channamma, Chand Bibi, Jalkari Bai ”.
The panel received approximately 20,000 presentations from experts, individuals and organizations, which were excluded / excluded from school textbooks. Speaking on history, the Committee noted in discussions with stakeholders that “the United Nations, through one of its most important bodies, such as UNESCO, has developed comprehensive guidelines for history that will advance the universal values of world peace, tolerance and democracy. And human rights. Social, economic.” , Emphasizing the need to highlight cultural and scientific history and toning down the history of conflict. ”
“Similarly, it has been noticed that school textbooks do not provide adequate coverage to some of the great Indian empires like Vikramaditya, Chola, Chalukya, Vijayanagar, Gondwana or the northeastern region of Travancore and Ahoms which have contributed to expansion. India’s position on the world stage cannot be ignored, “he said.
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