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Make Telugu interesting for students, T'gana Deputy CM


Press Trust of India Hyderabad
Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari today asked officials to make Telugu interesting for the students as the language becomes compulsory from the next academic year.

Srihari, who handles education portfolio, held a meeting with officials on the state government's decision to make Telugu a compulsory subject from the next academic year, an official release said.

The state government had in September last year decided to make Telugu a compulsory subject in both public and private institutions in the state from class I to XII.

Telugu should be made an interesting and high scoring subject for students. It should not trouble them, Srihari said.

Officials said the Telugu text books are being prepared in a way that it becomes easy for students to follow even if they have not studied the subject in lower classes, the release added.

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First Published: Jan 29 2018 | 9:05 PM IST

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