The news is that around Fifteen Thousand Schools affiliated to CBSE will adopt Yoga for their students. The Yoga classes have been made compulsory for all the students of these schools.
Yoga has been made the part of the Physical Activity for which the students of 10+1 and 10+2 will have to engaged for two hours a week. It has been made compulsory for the students and the schools to arrange the former in the physical activity daily.
Ayush Minister Mr Shripad Yaso Naik informed the Rajya Sabha that Yoga has been made the part of Curriculum by National Council for Teacher Education so that the teachers coming out in future may be acquainted by Yoga and its practice.
The HRD Minister has already confirmed that Physical Education is the part of CBSE curriculum and the students of 1st to 10th class will be engaged in the physical activity for 40 to 50 minutes every day while the students of Senior Classes can be part of this Physical training twice a week so that they may be fit mentally and physically.
NCTE has already prepared the syllabus for the diploma courses to the future teachers for the Elementary classes and PG classes. From the pupil-teachers it will be transferred to the teachers and from there to the students. The main focus is on the physical and mental health of the students and the teachers.
Are…. Krne Se Hoga, Karo-Karo…..