Venkayya Congratulates KCR For Making Telugu as Mandatory
Telangana Chief Minister KCR decision of making Telugu as a mandatory subject from 1st class to intermediate is appreciated. Recently Vice-President Venkiah Naidu expressed his appreciations on the KCR decision. Venkayya congratulated him and welcomed the rule. He also said that taking Telangana as inspiration and should be given first priority to their mother tongue. Venkayya expected that AP Chief Minister Chandrababu will also take such a decision as soon as possible. From the next academic year, Telugu should be from first class to Intermediate that may be a government or private educational institutes. These rules should be followed by every educational institute in Telangana government.
KCR stated that he will only allow the schools who will teach Telugu. Private schools teach only in English from many years. Children interaction in schools is also going on in English. There are a lot of examples that teachers are punishing students when they speak in Telugu. That’s why most of the children studying in Hyderabad English medium schools are not able to speak in Telugu. For the sake of jobs and communication parents and teachers are preferring English. This leads to decrease the number of people who speak in Telugu.
Posted September 13, 2017 at 18:32