Ministry of Education Prepares ₹ 100 Crore Project to Introduce Vedas in Curriculum ReadingS


New Delhi: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said the Center has allocated 100 billion rupees for projects aimed at introducing Vedas and Indian languages ​​in the curriculum.

Students who pass the Class X (Veda Bhushan) and Class

This decision comes after the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), a government-appointed body, recently agreed to reintegrate Vedic education.

The decision will benefit students from Vedic boards – Bharatiya Siksha Board (BSB), Maharshi Sandipani Rashtriya Veda Sanskrit Shiksha Board (MSRVSSB) and Maharshi Sandipani Rashtriya Ved Vidya Pratisthan (MSRVVP) who will not have to appear for any other examination held. With the National Open Schooling Examination.

Earlier, students from other boards had to pass NOSE exams to get admission in colleges for further education.

Pradhan, who released the Sanskrit translation of Laxmi Puran at the Central Sanskrit University on Saturday, emphasized how we can move towards social justice, women empowerment and women-led development by imbibing the knowledge, values ​​and message of the Vedas.

He hoped that the university would work to connect new generations to its heritage, including Indian languages, literature and Sanskrit.

Laxmi Puran is a devotional lyric poem composed by the great saint-poet Balaram Das in Puri, Odisha, in the 15th century AD. Balaram Das is known as the ‘Balmiki’ of Odisha for his Odiya language ‘masterpiece’ ‘Ramayan’. It belongs to the ‘Panchasakha’ period of Odiya literature, known for the promotion of devotion and Brahma Jnana.

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