Pune. The national anthem will be compulsory from 19 February in all colleges in Maharashtra. Technical and Higher Education Minister Uday Samanta said that the state government will issue a notification asking all the colleges to start their work with the national anthem from February 19, the birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. A notification will be issued to make it effective.
On 26 January last month, the Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP coalition government made it mandatory for school students to read the Preamble of the Constitution during the morning assembly. Apart from this, the Maharashtra government is also preparing to make the teaching of Marathi language compulsory in all schools from the state till the 10th standard.
Marathi language minister Subhash Desai said on Wednesday that the bill is being drafted and on 24 February It will be introduced in the budget session of the Legislative Assembly starting from June. He told reporters that there are 25,000 schools in the state, in which Marathi is not studied. But once the bill is passed, it will be mandatory for all schools running here to include the teaching of Marathi language in their curriculum.
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