Odisha Government Urges Jharkhand To Keep Odia Language In Teacher Training Curriculum

Odisha Government Urges Jharkhand To Keep Odia Language In Teacher Training Curriculum

The Odisha government has urged the Jharkhand government not to remove the Odia language from the teacher training curriculum, adding that it creates an atmosphere of dissatisfaction, mistrust and unrest among Odia-speaking people in Jharkhand.

The Odisha school and the minister of mass education, SR Das, have written to the minister of education of Jharkhand, Jagganath Mahto, requesting that the hate language not be removed from the teacher training curriculum. The Odisha minister, referring to an announcement released by the Jharkhand Board of Education on September 20, has written that the removal of the Odia language from the curriculum has created uncertainty among people in the state who speak Odia.

According to the letter, the advertisements posted for primary teacher training in the Odia language have been removed from the seventh article, and Sanskrit, Bengali, Uru, Ho, Mundari, Santhali and Kudmali have been included.

Furthermore, three major political parties, including Biju Janata Dal, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Odisha Congress, have urged the Jharkhand government not to exclude Odia from the primary teacher training course. The parties said that the recent decision by the Jharkhand government to remove the Odia language from the course and not to hire new teachers in Odia schools has created an atmosphere of dissatisfaction.

The Union Education Minister Dharmdera Pradhan has also written to the Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhand. in connection with the failure to supply Odia textbooks to Odia students and the appointment of Hindi-speaking teachers in Odia middle schools in border villages.

In the letter to Andhra Pradesh’s Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and Jharkhand’s Chief Minister Hemant Soren, the Union Minister has stressed the need for hate-speakers to protect the Hate language.

The former governor of Jharkhand, Draupadi Murmu, also condemned the exclusion of the Odia language from the teacher training course. Murmu hails from the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. On Friday, Odisha Pradesh Congressional Committee Chairman Niranjan Patnaik had called the MLA Congress, Alamgir Khan, in Jharkhand to say there was growing resentment in Odisha over the neglect of the Odia language in Jharkhand.

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