“I prefer students being taught in mother tongue till grade 12,” says Educationist M V Srinivasan

The policy seeks to do extensive use of technology in classrooms, early enrolments of children and free education. But absence of any road-map on how to raise funds to meet the ambitious targets leaves a black hole. Photo: iStock

Listen to The Federal Podcast to know the views of Educationist M V Srinivasan on the National Education Policy. He is also the Assistant Professor at NCERT. He said learning in one’s mother tongue helps a child understand better and improve cognitive skills. He adds that in most of the developed nations, children are taught in their mother tongue.

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