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6800 Teachers of Primary and Secondary Schools In Up To Learn Sanskrit And Then Teach Students
Lucknow, Nov 18 (TNA) The Uttar Pradesh government is rolling out many schemes to propagate and promote Sanskrit language. UP will now impart Sanskrit language training to teachers of primary and secondary schools in the state in association with Sanskrit Sansthan and State Educational Research Training Council.
Online camps, under this unique initiative to spread Sanskrit language will start from Wednesday. Chairman of the Sanskrit Institute Dr Vachaspati Mishra, said that Sanskrit language sanskaar's must begin with primary education.
Even during the period of the ongoing Corona pandemic, to ensure that teachers are not deprived of Sanskrit language training, the institute will impart online training in collaboration with DIET. For this, consent has been received from 68 diet centers in the state to organize Sanskrit language training camp for teachers.
In the first phase, 100-100 teachers from each DIET will be imparted training in Sanskrit. In this way, about 6800 teachers of the state will acquire Sanskrit knowledge during the entire training. After this 14-day training, teachers will be able to impart knowledge of Sanskrit language to the students in a better way in the classrooms.
Dr Vachaspati also informed that in 72 Sanskrit schools in the state, students will be imparted training in Sanskrit language with a five-day online computer. At the same time, preparations are being made to install computers in the remaining Sanskrit schools.