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Assamese to be compulsory in schools from next year

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GUWAHATI, July 30: The Assamese Language Learning Act, 2020 will come into force from January 1 next year, according to a government notification.

According to the Act, schools which are not teaching Assamese as MIL or first language or second language or elective language, will have to introduce Assamese as a subject in Standard I to X from the academic year 2021 in a phased manner. The pre-primary schools will also introduce teaching of Assamese language from the next academic year.

The schools will have to follow text books prescribed by the respective academic authorities of the government for teaching Assamese.

A student who has not opted for his mother tongue (other than Assamese) as first or second language may study his mother tongue as third language.

However, a student admitted in Class VI or above in any school on transfer from another state will be exempted from the purview of the Act.

Also, schools in Sixth Schedule areas, Bodo medium schools in Bodo inhabited areas and schools in Barak Valley areas have been exempted from the purview of the Act.

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Assamese to be compulsory in schools from next year

GUWAHATI, July 30: The Assamese Language Learning Act, 2020 will come into force from January 1 next year, according to a government notification.

According to the Act, schools which are not teaching Assamese as MIL or first language or second language or elective language, will have to introduce Assamese as a subject in Standard I to X from the academic year 2021 in a phased manner. The pre-primary schools will also introduce teaching of Assamese language from the next academic year.

The schools will have to follow text books prescribed by the respective academic authorities of the government for teaching Assamese.

A student who has not opted for his mother tongue (other than Assamese) as first or second language may study his mother tongue as third language.

However, a student admitted in Class VI or above in any school on transfer from another state will be exempted from the purview of the Act.

Also, schools in Sixth Schedule areas, Bodo medium schools in Bodo inhabited areas and schools in Barak Valley areas have been exempted from the purview of the Act.

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