Telangana: ‘Telugu subject is compulsory for all classes’

Compulsory Teaching and Learning of Telugu in all Schools: The Telangana state government has issued directives making Telugu subject compulsory for all classes from the beginning of the 2022-23 academic year. Telugu has been made compulsory as a second language for students of government and private schools as well as other board affiliated schools like CBSE, ICSE, IB. The Department of School Education has issued directions to this effect as part of the Telugu Compulsory Teaching Act 2018. It was then decided to implement this policy in stages. As a part of it, from 2018-19, from 1st to 9th class, Telugu has been introduced as a compulsory subject. However, Telugu has been made compulsory in the 10th class this year as well.

According to this law, Telugu should be taught as a compulsory subject in all government recognized schools from 1st to 10th class. It warned on the occasion that schools violating government regulations should be punished. As part of this, the Department of Education has printed two types of textbooks. Printed one type of text books for Telugu speaking students and another type of text books for non-native speakers.

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