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No language imposition: revised new education policy

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Any Aayog/Committee created for coordination among bodies looking after diverse aspects of education must be an autonomous public body, independent of the government, and primarily comprising of educationists and academicians of proven academic record and probity. The CABE under the MHRD could be considered for such a role, but it would need to be headed by academicians of high repute.

Still we have to follow colonial education system introduced by the East India company.Official language of the central Govt is Hindi but English is compulsory all over India

It is a great honor to be ruled by uneducated-arrogant leaders who hate western education but want it''s all benefits.Their own children study -settle in west and they preach us about hindi and deshbhakti.Indian education before british has completely failed.That''s why western styled education with more emphasis on logic-reasoning was required to run modern nations.India already has one national language and it is english.It may be foreign language but indians from every state support it(TN,AP,North east,bengal,kashmir).No need to hide behind burqa of hindi.All hindi speaking areas are dumps and resemble africa rather than modern india

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