Punjab:The Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi went against the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to extract the Punjabi out from the primary/major subjects list. CM Said’ decision to keep Punjabi out of the significant subjects has violated the rights of Punjabi natives, further, he expressed, “ The decision was against the federal spirit of the constitution.
The CM stated, “ I firmly oppose the CBSE’s authoritarian’s decision to keen Punjabi out of the main subjects. The decision is against the spirit of the constitution and violates the rights of Punjabi youth who are eager to learn their native language. I condemn the biased exclusion of the language Punjabi from the main course.
In response to the comments, the CBSE said “ the decision was purely taken at the administrative level and classification of subjects from minor to major is not indicate their significance.
Punjabi as a language has been taught at the undergraduate and postgraduate level in various parts of India, and when we talk about Punjab solely, there it has much significance due to being the native language of the state.
In Punjab, there is even a university that names upon state language Punjabi where learners can pursue the program in their academics at the highest level; hence it is pretty dissatisfying for the natives to see their language been reduced to the less important subject.
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Earlier, the Punjabi education minister Pargat Singh had expressed his disappointment over the decision by the CBSE as well, where he said on Wednesday, “it is an unfortunate decision by the board to keep the Punjabi out of the central subjects from the date sheet of the 10th and 12th released by the CBSE.
He further appealed to the CBSE to withdraw the decision as this decision is hurting the natives of Punjab massively; he further said that if the board stays the same on their stand, he will go to the union minister to roll back the decision as soon as possible.
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