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If a student wishes to study any one language of India as third language.
Again stressing, not really necessary that it be one of the languages of India. It can be any language defined in the NEP. Again, it's upto the boards and schools to prescribe which languages offered in which schools.

But I don't think there will ever be a problem in finding English, Sanskrit/Hindi and <insert your mother tongue language here> language teachers in any given state, along with foreign language teachers.
 

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Sad reality - unless there is qualified teacher available for teaching the language school wont even provide it as a language , they sometimes hire temporary teachers on contract basis only if certain no. of students chose that subject - leave language even maths teaching teachers are nit there they tell students according to marks obtained they will have ability to choose either maths or computer subject (C++/IP) unless other students choose other subject even interested students scoring less marks wont get chance to learn that subject - how they will implement it we have to observe . if only existing teachers are there applicable to both govt & private school/colleges same thing would be there after new rules comes into effect. they dont even hire required no. of teachers most of the private school/ pu college end up taking more students per class to increase revenue - general observed here i meant affordable pricing colleges- only central funded coll/school have required infra that too is nt there in most institutions thanks to officials utilising development fund for their own purpose - they should make state govt school/coll similar infra like which AAP did in Delhi or atleast to similar to standard of KV or navo vidyalaya & central funded college- they should at least support all state universities to become autonomous and competitive. if there is no teacher they tell students to study by themself school wont help them in classes or have to go to staff room to study/ only fr internal/exams they'll ask contract teachers fr that subject to teach.

Some states syllabus is not updated in science/maths/commerce subjects at present aftr revision/updation its improved yet still need much more to standardise and even NCERT books authors need to reduce mistakes - in science books & other subjects - state syllabus some have partial incorporated syllabus of cbse then ask students to learn by rote practice.

Even CBSE needs to learn from ICSE & Goood things from state syllabus - some states provide maths option to commerce - in schools doesnt provide this option in cbse yet state syllabus does . cbse schools states non availability of teacher then they need to hire those subjects teachers they cant impose their subjects on students similar things happen in universities . NEP should contain provision to earn credit and transfer or upgrade to any institution in India like there is in US. example if 1 person want to stuidy in IIT from that place after studying in one after 1 year he should have that option after improving scores
 

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Again stressing, not really necessary that it be one of the languages of India. It can be any language defined in the NEP. Again, it's upto the boards and schools to prescribe which languages offered in which schools.

But I don't think there will ever be a problem in finding English, Sanskrit/Hindi and <insert your mother tongue language here> language teachers in any given state, along with foreign language teachers.

This is the problem bro. Your own suggestion to us is the problem bro.We can learn English communicate universally and our native mother language. But why we need to learn Hindi/ Sanskrit as second option. What's use of learning Hindi/Sanskrit? So its indirectly imposing Hindi on us.
Don't say with Hindi we can survive anywhere in India. For eg; If you take a class of 100 students studying in tamil Nadu, in that mostly 80 students will be have their career based on Tamil Nadu only in future. Only 20 people may migrate to other place or country. In that 10 may move to Northern states like Delhi, UP, MP, Chattisgarh for career. So if they needed they can learn in future. Why we have to burden our school students now itself. Same applies to other states only the migration level varies.

Bro, I am also love Hindi. Though I am from Tamil Nadu, I learnt basic Hindi. Hindi is a beautiful language and have equal respect and value like other languages of our India. But these kind of imposition makes us to hate Hindi.
In simple we need anything extra we can learn. why unnecessarily implying third language (Hindi/ Sanskrit)? That's my point.
 

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But why we need to learn Hindi/ Sanskrit as second option. What's use of learning Hindi/Sanskrit? So its indirectly imposing Hindi on us.
This is the problem with you guys. Anything we "suggest", you take it as "imposition". STRESSING AGAIN FOR THE NTH TIME,
But these kind of imposition makes us to hate Hindi
Nobody is imposing any language on anyone.
Don't say with Hindi we can survive anywhere in India. For eg; If you take a class of 100 students studying in tamil Nadu, in that mostly 80 students will be have their career based on Tamil Nadu only in future.
This may apply to TN, but looking to apply this logic to other states is definitely not going to work. This is so horribly wrong when you look at entire India.
Why we have to burden our school students now itself.
The NEP is meant to take burden off kids, not to add them. Removal of exams definitely helps.
 

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This is the problem with you guys. Anything we "suggest", you take it as "imposition". STRESSING AGAIN FOR THE NTH TIME,
Why you can't suggest Marathi, Gujarathi, Punjabi, Bengali or Assamese. Why its Hindi?. Then we are also telling Nth time, we don't like your suggestion. It looks like an imposition to us...

This is the problem with you guys. Anything we "suggest", you take it as "imposition". STRESSING AGAIN FOR THE NTH TIME,
Its literally blizzard to see some people seeing us an exclusive country or people. Does Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra, Telungana, West Bengal, Assam, Gujarat, Punjab are doesn't a part of India? My statement works on those states too. Bro in our country, there are lot of non veg people than Veg people. So shall we suggest veg people to eat Non Veg. same case here too. If they need they can. Bro as a Indian we shouldn't interfere in these 4 aspects of our fellow Indians:
* Language
* Food
* Culture
* Religion.
India is a socialist country and everyone free to choose their own decisions.

This is the problem with you guys. Anything we "suggest", you take it as "imposition". STRESSING AGAIN FOR THE NTH TIME,

Bro Adding a subject/ language increases pressure. Not the exams. Exam is a measurement tool of knowledge.

 
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Why you can't suggest Marathi, Gujarathi, Punjabi, Bengali or Assamese. Why its Hindi?.
I did say literally any language mentioned in the NEP. check my posts above. This is the problem. You don't read properly and start thinking of suggestions as imposition
Not the exams. Exam is a measurement tool of knowledge.
Not the main thing anymore in the new NEP. Although exams exist (for classes 3,5,8), Holistics are given more importance than exams in the NEP
 

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Does Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra, Telungana, West Bengal, Assam, Gujarat, Punjab are doesn't a part of India?
As someone who has lived in Kerala, Punjab, Maharashtra, WB and Delhi, I can certainly say this is so not true.
Bro as a Indian we shouldn't interfere in these 4 aspects of our fellow Indians:
* Language
* Food
* Culture
* Religion.
Nobody is, you are treating suggestions as impositions, that's your fault..
 

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* Language
* Food
* Culture
* Religion.
India is a socialist country and everyone free to choose their own decisions.
OMG then how our central government will function You don't want our central government will function 😛🤣
 
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