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Textbooks in local languages for Nagaland schools

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DIMAPUR, May 5 - As per the language policy, Naga Heritage Studies textbooks in local languages will be introduced from Class-I in Nagaland from the academic session of 2018 and Alternative English will be abolished in a phased manner starting from classes VI to VIII from the year 2019 in all the schools across the State.

The Principal Secretary, School Education and SCERT, Menukhol John, today issued a notification regarding the implementation of the three-language policy and promotion of Naga local dialects in the State. He reminded all government and private schools of the matter. However, in urban areas, in addition to the local languages, Naga Heritage Studies � which will be prototype textbooks written in English � will be used for non-local students.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the Nagaland Board of Secondary Education has sought a compliance report from all NBSE-affiliated higher secondary and high schools and furnish the list of the defaulting schools for taking appropriate action.

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Textbooks in local languages for Nagaland schools

DIMAPUR, May 5 - As per the language policy, Naga Heritage Studies textbooks in local languages will be introduced from Class-I in Nagaland from the academic session of 2018 and Alternative English will be abolished in a phased manner starting from classes VI to VIII from the year 2019 in all the schools across the State.

The Principal Secretary, School Education and SCERT, Menukhol John, today issued a notification regarding the implementation of the three-language policy and promotion of Naga local dialects in the State. He reminded all government and private schools of the matter. However, in urban areas, in addition to the local languages, Naga Heritage Studies � which will be prototype textbooks written in English � will be used for non-local students.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the Nagaland Board of Secondary Education has sought a compliance report from all NBSE-affiliated higher secondary and high schools and furnish the list of the defaulting schools for taking appropriate action.

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