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Jharkhand: Odia language did not find place in primary teacher training, wrote a letter to the governor demanding its inclusion

Jharkhand: Odia language did not find place in primary teacher training, wrote a letter to the governor demanding its inclusion


The Jharkhand Academic Council (Ranchi) is protesting against the non-inclusion of Odia language in the examination of trainees of primary teacher training.

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oi-Pallavi Kumari

Updated: Tuesday, January 10, 2023, 18:46 [IST]

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Native Odia people of Singhbhum district in Jharkhand have decided to approach the education ministry against the Hemant Soren government’s move to again remove Odia from the primary teacher training programme. A group of Singhbhum residents under the aegis of Odisha Bhasha Vichar Manch, led by Deepak Kumar Singhdeo, a member of the Kera royal family, on Monday decided to write letters to the governors of both Odisha and Jharkhand and the ministry on the issue of Odia language and administrative neglect Went.

Such a decision of the Jharkhand Academic Council has greatly hurt the self-respect of the Odia language speakers of Jharkhand. He says that in Seraikela Kharsawan, West Singhbhum and East Singhbhum, Odia should have been included in the examination. He has asked for its inclusion.

The advertisement for the NCTE exam published by the Jharkhand Academic Council on January 7 includes the inclusion of languages ​​such as Sanskrit, Bengali, Urdu, Ho, Nagpuri, Mundari, Khadia, Santhali and Kudmali in the seventh paper (regional languages) of primary. But Odia could not find a place in the teacher training examination. This is despite the fact that Odia is the second language of the state as it is home to around 20 lakh Odia speaking people spread across its 10 districts.

While 35 Odia schools are currently running in the state, the Odisha government is funding 160 teachers through Utkal Sammilani to impart education in Odia to the students there.

Deepak Kumar Singhdeo, a member of the Kera royal family, said, “We will also launch a petition campaign in Singhbhum against the decision of the NCTE and the Jharkhand government and if the government does not take appropriate action to include Oriya in the primary teacher training programme, So we will approach the Jharkhand High Court.”

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Odia language: Odias in Jharkhand to move Guv and Edu Min over language neglect

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