Himanta says “Assam makes Assamese mandatory for educational institutions”


Guwahati, 9 June – Educational institutions in Assam must teach Assamese as a subject from class one to 10, education minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

The education minister mentioned that the Assam government has made it mandatory for educational institutions in Assam to teach Assamese as a subject from class one to 10.

Himanta said to the reporters in Guwahati on Sunday “Governor has given assent to the bill passed by the state assembly which provides for the introduction of Assamese as a subject in all the educational institutions operating in the state from class one to 10,” the minister told reporters in Guwahati on Sunday.

According to him in BTAD, the subject will be Bodo, and in Barak valley Bengali.


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