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‘Punjabi’ will be taught in public schools of Western Australia, a matter of pride for Punjab

‘Punjabi’ will be taught in public schools of Western Australia, a matter of pride for Punjab


This year syllabus from pre-primary to 12th will be prepared. Punjabi is being considered to be taught in schools after Tamil, Hindi and Korean languages ​​are included in the curriculum in 2021.

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Published: Tuesday, January 10, 2023, 3:20 [IST]

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There is good news for Punjabis from Australia. According to the information, ‘Punjabi’ will now be taught in public schools of Western Australia. Preparations are being made to include Punjabi language in the school curriculum. The Australian government is adopting Punjabi as the newest language after the 2021 census, indicating that it is the fastest growing language in Australia. Where more than 239,000 people speak Punjabi at home and this is 80 percent more than in 2016. SBS Punjabi gave this information.

This year syllabus from pre-primary to 12th will be prepared. Punjabi is being considered to be taught in schools after Tamil, Hindi and Korean languages ​​are included in the curriculum in 2021. Students are expected to be able to take Year 11 courses in 2024. The first Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) course exam is set, while schools will have access to courses from pre-primary to Year 10 starting in 2024.

In December, Education Minister Sue Ellery told SBS that Punjabi would be introduced as an option for pre-primary through grade 12 students in Western Australia. He said that with more than 190 languages ​​spoken across the state, linguistic diversity is a great strength, providing social, cultural and economic benefits.

He said that it is very sad that no one has taken care of this area for the last 35 years and this area is completely backward. Dr. Nijjar said that now all the facilities will be provided to the people in this area and first of all the work of drains will be completed. Nijjar said that our dream is to make life easier for the people of the state and provide a clean environment. He informed that there is no dearth of funds for the development works and the basic needs of the people will be provided on initiative basis.

On this occasion, the people of the area thanked Dr. Nijjar and said that now our area has also been listened to. Jaswinder Singh MLA, Gagandeep Singh, Lucky, Ravi Sher, Kamal Bugga Taylor, Navneet Sharma, Sukha Singh Valtoha, Baldev Singh Attariwala and a large number of local residents were present on the occasion.

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Punjabi will be taught in public schools of Western Australia

Story first published: Tuesday, January 10, 2023, 3:20 [IST]

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