Haryana government’s big decision, there will be no nursery, LKG and UKG classes in private schools

Haryana government's big decision, there will be no nursery, LKG and UKG classes in private schools

The Haryana government has issued an order to close the classes of Nursery, LKG and UKG in all private schools in the state, citing the physical and mental development of innocent children.

Rohtak District Education Officer Vijay Lakshmi Nandal said that children should get enough time to mature mentally and grow physically. Therefore the state government has ordered the closure of classes from Nursery to UKG.

He said that when the child reaches the age of playing, then due to the pressure of studies at that time his mental and physical development stops or decreases. In view of this, the government has taken this decision. In Haryana, the BJP and Jannayak Janata Party governments have ordered the abolition of classes from Nursery to UKG in private schools. Since then, many discussions are taking place regarding education in the state.

Some people say that the government is ending education and some people are seen standing in support of this decision of the government. People say that three or four years is not the age for a child to study, so the government has rightly ordered this. Due to this, the mental and physical development of the children will be done in a proper way.

Rohtak: Haryana government issues orders to shut Nursery, LKG & UKG classes in pvt schools across the state. Dist Elementary Education Officer, Rohtak says, “Children should get ample time to play & grow mentally. So state govt has decided to shut down Nursery, LKG & UKG classes.(5.12) pic.twitter.com/7jvgSWXg9G

— ANI (@ANI) December 5, 2019

education mafia will be shocked

In private schools, children studying in classes from Nursery, LKG to UKG, in a small private school, charge at least Rs 500 per month, admission fee of around 10 thousand. After this, in some good schools, this fee increases even more. Along with this, study material had to be taken from the school along with the dress, bag. In this, the school operators and the shopkeepers associated with them used to make huge profits. If after this order of the government, classes from nursery to UKG are abolished from private schools of the state, then the education mafia will suffer the most.

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FIRST PUBLISHED : December 06, 2019, 05:54 IST

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