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NCERT denies reports claiming ‘Ramayana, Mahabharata will be taught as a part of history in schools’

“NCERT denies reports claiming ‘Ramayana, Mahabharata will be taught as a part of history in schools'”, Opindia, November 23, 2023:

“The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), on Wednesday (22nd November), refuted claims that said Ramayana and Mahabharata will be included in the school syllabus as part of history, as allegedly suggested by ‘a high-level committee constituted by NCERT and chaired by CI Issac’.

The news was extensively reported, with media houses claiming that the said recommendation was made by a high-level panel.

According to the reports, the Social Science Committee, led by Professor CI Isaac, additionally proposed several changes to the current course of study, including restructuring the history syllabus into four segments…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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