Mother tongue helps children in learning second language, says state school education secy



Ranchi, Dec 28: Okay Ravikumar, Secretary of College Schooling and Literacy emphasised the significance of residence language or mom tongue-based training of the kids.

Throughout the second day of the ‘Mom Tongue Based mostly Multilingual Schooling’ convention held by the Jharkhand Schooling Venture Council in collaboration with UNICEF, Ravikumar stated that by together with the mom tongue of a kid within the teaching-learning course of, it could be simpler to show the kids a second language as properly.

Saktibrata Sen from Room to Learn shared the details from the work executed on multilingual training in authorities major faculties within the Barwani district of Madhya Pradesh and the Sirohi district of Rajasthan. She additional shared the planning on multilingual training primarily based on the modification made in Jharkhand as properly.

Dr Dheer Jhingran from Language and Studying Basis whereas sharing his expertise of engaged on mom tongue-based multilingual training in authorities major faculties of Bastar district of Chhattisgarh emphasised that Jharkhand ought to work on it for a minimum of the subsequent three to 5 years. “There’s a must work on multilingual training in a scientific method,” he added.

Together with this, lecturers and different officers from totally different areas of Jharkhand mentioned in small teams easy methods to work on subjects associated to multilingual training such because the capability constructing of lecturers, studying materials, learning-teaching course of, and neighborhood participation. Talk about what must be executed and share your concepts and techniques.

On the third day of the conclave, representatives of Room to Learn, UNICEF, State of Chhattisgarh, NCERT, Ranchi College, Central College and different academic establishments will share their experiences on ‘Mom Tongue Based mostly Multilingual Schooling’ and work on additional technique.

Dr Avinav Kumar, State Program Officer and Sunisha Ahuja, Schooling Specialist UNICEF Delhi together with Parul Sharma, Schooling Specialist UNICEF Jharkhand, Shakti Bratasen, Room to Learn and Bhagyalakshmi Balaji, Room to Learn and Dr Dhir Jhingran from Language and Studying Basis had been additionally current on the event.


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