Haryana working towards making education job-oriented

18th Aug 2015
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Haryana government is working towards making education in the state employment-oriented and is considering bringing in necessary changes in the system for the purpose, education minister Ram Bilas Sharma has said. Speaking on the occasion of Independence Day yesterday, the Haryana minister said changes in the system starting from the primary level to the senior secondary level are being considered for the purpose.


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"Monthly tests for students have also been introduced to improve the level of education in schools", he said. Regarding changes in curriculum, Sharma said Bhagwad Gita, Yoga, moral education, cleanliness, road safety and traffic rules are being added to the curriculum to help children become responsible citizens. On promoting sports in schools, he said the government has drafted 'Haryana Physical Activity and Sports Policy 2015' in order to ensure the future generation is healthy. The education minister also hailed freedom fighter V D Savarkar on the occasion.

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