CBSE education up to 12th class will be in all 22 regional languages

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has taken a significant step towards promoting multilingual education in India. In a recent decision, the board has allowed schools to adopt Indian languages as a medium of instruction. This decision has been taken under the New Education Policy-2020, which emphasizes the importance of promoting and preserving Indian languages.
In a letter addressed to all affiliated schools, the CBSE has asked them to use Indian languages as an alternative medium of instruction, according to the means available to them. This move is expected to benefit students who are more comfortable learning in their mother tongue or a regional language.
The decision is a welcome move towards promoting linguistic diversity in education and providing equal opportunities to students from different linguistic backgrounds. It is also expected to help in the preservation and promotion of Indian languages, which are an important part of our cultural heritage.

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