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    Set up many - free - "Tamil Language teaching Schools" throughout Tamil Nadu

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    Brought Forward to highlight the "Fact a Law has been passed and approved today by the CM of Telangana that Telugu Language is to be made the Compulsory Language in all Schools in Telangana from Class 1 up to 10th".

    An Extract from the New Item of "Hindu" dated 13-9-2017

    Telugu to be made compulsory

    Hyderabad, September 13, 2017 00:00 IST
    Updated: September 13, 2017 04:04 IST

    The government has decided to make all educational institutions teach Telugu as a compulsory subject from 1st to 12th standards.


    Telangana CM Makes Telugu Mandatory From Class I to 12 in Schools

    Sakshi Khanna | CNN-News18
    Updated:September 13, 2017, 12:05 AM IST
    Hyderabad:


    The Telangana government has decided to pass a resolution in the state Cabinet meet for protection and perseverance of Telugu language and literature.

    The Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrashekar Rao, has ordered regional "Telugu" language to be made a compulsory subject, from 1st to 12th standard, in all educational institutions, private and public, in the state.

    The Chief Minister also instructed that all private and public institutions in Telangana must display their organisation's name in Telugu on their signboards. The Telangana government has decided to pass a resolution in the state Cabinet meet for protection and perseverance of Telugu language and literature.

    The move comes at a time when other south Indian states, like, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha are debating the "language war" and making all efforts to safeguard their regional language and culture.

    The Chief Minister, in a statement, said,"Only the educational institutions that are teaching Telugu, as a compulsory subject, will be given recognition and permission to function. For those opting for Urdu, it should be offered as an optional. Sahitya Academy will prepare syllabus for the Telugu subject to be taught to primary, secondary and higher and intermediate classes. The government will be strict in implementing the policy that Telugu is taught as the compulsory subject and only the syllabus framed by the Sahitya Academy is taught. For signboards, other languages can be added if anyone wishes to."

    To promote Telugu in the state, the Telangana government has decided to organise World Telugu Conference in Hyderabad from Dec 15th to 19th. The Chief Minister sanctioned Rs 50 Crore for organising the Conference, which will discuss how to preserve, protect and enrich Telugu in Telangana.

    Few days back, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh N Chandrababu Naidu also decided to enact a legislation to give more power to the Telugu Language Development Committee for more effective enforcement of Telugu as the official medium of communication in the state.

    The committee made many recommendations to the government like use Telugu language in all government works from Secretariat level to Panchayat level, preference for people who have studied in Telugu medium for government jobs, Telugu as primary language in government and private schools and also one compulsory language in higher studies in state. It also said display boards should have Telugu as prominent language. The committee has also recommended action against those who neglect Telugu.

    Taking a cue from neighbouring states in the south, the two Telugu states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, too, are taking steps to promote Telugu.

    Interestingly, in Andhra Pradesh, the ruling Telugu Desam Party is an ally of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and in Telangana, the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti is known to be in good terms with BJP-led Central government. Both Telugu states, have not shown any resistance to other language. But with language wars waging in South India, only time will tell, which way it will go.


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    Brought Forward to highlight the "Fact a Law has been passed and approved by the Government of Karnataka that Kannada Language should be the Compulsory Language in CBSE and ICSE Schools in Karnataka.".

    An Extract from the New Item of "CNN-News18" dated 14-7-2017

    Karnataka Govt Makes Kannada Mandatory in CBSE and ICSE Schools

    Imran Khan | CNN-News18
    Updated:July 14, 2017, 3:57 PM IST
    Bengaluru:

    Education Minister Tanveer Sait said the decision comes in the wake of the report submitted by Kannada Development Authority and the schools have no choice but to implement it.

    The rule will also apply to all Kendriya Vidyalaya schools based in the state.
    The Karnataka government has issued a circular making Kannada mandatory in CBSE and ICSE schools from this academic year.

    "Kannada being a state language we have amended the state education act to bring all schools under the ambit of the education department. And we have introduced Kannada as an introductory language in all schools. At least students should know the essence of the state language," Minister Tanveer Sait told CNN-News 18.

    The minister said the decision was taken without carrying out any consultation with the stakeholders.

    "We have amended Section 1 of the Karnataka Education Act, making Kannada compulsory in all schools in Karnataka irrespective of their affiliation. Hence, there is no need of (consultation). They have to implement it."

    The rule will also apply to all Kendriya Vidyalaya schools based in the state. "All schools are allowed to work only after the issue of no objectification certification by the government of Karnataka. We have certain conditions. All schools in Karnataka, including Kendriya Vidyalayas, will have to follow it," he added.

    The minister claims that the circular is not an imposition as it introduces only the basics of the language. Further, no exam has been prescribed yet, he said.

    Sait, however, didn't clarify whether Kannada will be made compulsory from Class 1 till 10 or will be taught as an extra subject. Many of the CBSE and ICSE school managements had earlier opposed similar moves of the state government.

    Apart from making Kannada compulsory, the minister said that schools will also have to play state anthem naada geethe in daily assemblies along with the national anthem.

    “We are also part of India. State anthem written by Jnanpith awardee Kuvempu speaks about rivers, religion and our commitment to the nation. It will be compulsory for the schools to play the state anthem.”

    When asked about the timeline of implementation, he said that Introductory Kannada will take off immediately. “State anthem introduction is yet to be prescribed,” he said.


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    Brought Forward to highlight the "Fact a Law has been passed and approved today by the Governor of Kerala that Malayalam Language should be the Compulsory Language in all Schools in Kerala up to 10th Standard".

    An Extract from the New Item of "Hindu" dated 11-4-2017

    Kerala makes Malayalam mandatory in schools

    Schools that violate the law would attract hefty fines, says Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The Kerala government has promulgated an ordinance to make teaching of Malayalam mandatory in all schools in the State.

    Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told reporters after the weekly Cabinet meeting that the new law will be applicable to all schools regardless of the syllabus they followed. Schools that violated the law would attract hefty fines. Schools should not put up boards or conduct campaigns against speaking Malayalam, he said.


    An Extract from the New Item of "New18.com" dated 11-4-2017

    Malayalam to be Made Compulsory in All Kerala Schools

    ".....Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan claimed that in some schools in the state, speaking Malayalam is against the rules. He said that such rules cannot be allowed and ordered a fine of Rs 5,000 against the principal of one such school.

    Back in 2011, Malayalam was a made a compulsory first language in all schools in the state. In 2013, the Oommen Chandy government had also decided to make proficiency in Malayalam language a must for getting jobs in government services in the state......."


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    In "Tamil Nadu" as far back as year 2006 a Law has been passed by the then Government - that Tamil Language must be made compulsory "First Language" of all Native Tamils and the Others of Tamil Nadu beginning from their respective Schools and Colleges which has still not been "enforced into Practice" effectively. - The Tamil Nadu Government should enforce this Law "immediately" in all Schools and Colleges of Tamil Nadu as per this Law

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    Engal Thai Moli Thamil







    The "utmost necessity" of correcting the present "Status of Education" and thereby the "Social, Financial and Political Status" - of all "Native Tamils of Tamil Nadu"

    "Thamila ! Thamila ! Naalai nam Naale, Naadum nam Naade" by great Thamil Kavignar Vairamuththu



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    Statistics of Ethinic Groups in Tamil Nadu :

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...ow/2952062.cms

    http://legacy.joshuaproject.net/sout....php?rog4=IN25

    http://joshuaproject.net/states_districts/IN/IN25

    http://www.censusindia.gov.in/Census...Statement3.htm

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    'Puratchi Kavignar' Bharathidaasan - too spells out the grievences of the Tamilians of Tamil Nadu over their present Social Status and Education Levels "in their own Motherland" - as follows:

    "......வந்தவர் தமிழாற் செழித்தார்
    வாழ்வினில் உயர்ந்தபின் தமிழையே பழித்தார்

    நம் செயல் ஒழுக்கங்கள் (traditional practices) பற்பல அழித்தார்
    நாமுணர்ந்தோம்
    "

    "நாயினும் கீழாய்ச் செந்தமிழ் நாட்டார் (Native Tamils)
    நலிவதை நாம் கண்டும்"
    ,
    ஓயுதல் இன்றி அவர் நலம் எண்ணி
    உழைத்திட வேண்டும்.


    "எளிமையினால் "ஒருதமிழன்" படிப்பில்லை யென்றால்
    இங்குள்ள எல்லோரும் நாணிடவும் வேண்டும்.
    "




    (1) Developing the knowledge of Tamil Language and other Social & Science Studies in 'Tamil Medium' especially among the financialy Middle/Lower and Lower Level "Native Tamilians" and Others up to 8th Standard.

    Tamil Nadu Government should set up "many" - "New Schools for teaching Tamil Language" - along with 'basic studies' on "Tamil History, Tamil Cultural Practices", on Health Studies and Cleanliness (Personal & Environmental), on Ethical Studies "(Thirukkural)" & Social Etiquettes, on Environmental Nature - Protection and Preservation, and on Basic Science Studies - "in every nook and corner" of 'all villages' in Tamil Nadu.

    These Schools should be with "qualified" and "dedicated" - Teachers for teaching Tamil Language and other Studies, complete with all basic facilities comprising of "New Buildings with good Toilet facilities", "Canteen with Free Meals" facilities, and "Free Text Books" and Library facilities" - especially for the benefit of the financialy Middle/Lower and Lower Level "Tamilians and others", from the "Socially Underprivileged" and "Cheri" Population of Tamil Nadu. That too should be essentially for the 'Children and Young Adults' among them, who didnot have the privillage of any education during their young days'. During their period in these Schools the 'Children and Young Adults' should 'also' be provided with relevent new "Free Dresses" - "at least" in four sets at a time - three times a year".

    (2) Developing the knowledge of Tamil Language and other Social & Science Studies in 'Tamil Medium' especially among the financialy Upper, Upper/Middle and Middle Level "Native Tamilians and Others" up to 8th Standard

    Tamil Nadu Government should set up "many" - "New Schools for teaching Tamil Language" - along with 'basic studies' on "Tamil History, Tamil Cultural Practices", on Health Studies and Cleanliness (Personal & Environmental), on Ethical Studies "(Thirukkural)" & Social Etiquettes, on Environmental Nature - Protection and Preservation, and on Higher Science Studies - "in every nook and corner" of "all cities and villages" in Tamil Nadu.

    These Schools "too" should be with "qualified" and "dedicated" - Teachers for teaching Tamil Language and other Studies, complete with all basic facilities comprising of "New Buildings with good Toilet facilities", "Canteen with Free Meals" facilities, and "Free Text Books" and Library facilities" - especially for the benefit of the Financialy - Upper and Upper/Middle Level "Tamilians and others of Tamil Nadu".

    The "Liquor" or "Tassmark" Shops and "Cinema Theatres" "in the precincts" of all these 'Tamil Language & Cultural Studies - Schools' should be "completely banned". There should be no "Caste prejudices whatsoever" within these Schools, where all students should be treated with equal dignity.

    The intended "Mode of Practice of 'Tamil Media" Education in Primary and Secondary - Schools of Tamil Nadu", falling within the Second Category should be as follows:

    To prevent the disappearence of Tamil Language in the near future in the present day Tamil Nadu, which is the "mother tongue" of 89.34% of population of the present days "Native Tamils" of the Tamil Nadu, which has also been their "own motherland" over three thousand (3,000) years of it's history, it is vital the process of Re-Tamilising the whole of present day Tamil Nadu in the field of Education of Native Tamils and Others be enforced immediately.

    It will be much prudent if certain measures as suggested below are put into practice within Tamil Nadu, to ensure Tamil Language and Tamil Culture continue to survive in Tamil Nadu preventing it being further adulterated, disseminated and undermined by the English Language and the Western Culture, and by the Languages and Cultures practised by the people from the other States of India settled in Tamil Nadu - which is the actual reality in Tamil Nadu of today.

    "Government of Tamil Nadu should implement the Law instituted by the earlier Government in the year 2006 and not enforced into practice - that Tamil Language must be the compulsory "First Language" of all Native Tamils and the others settled in Tamil Nadu irrespective of their own Mother Tongues.



    English should be their "Second Language" while Hindi or their own Mother Tongue being their "Third Language
    ". The Native Tamils and all other Races living in Tamil Nadu should essentially know the "State Language Tamil" of Tamil Nadu, as it is practiced "in the States of Andhra, Karnataka, Kerala, and in all other States of India", where the 'respective State Language' remains the "First Language" of the respective States.

    (1) All Tamils of Tamil Nadu should be "very proud" - to talk and communicate with all other Tamils throughout Tamil Nadu and World over in beautiful, rich, and prestigious Tamil Language - a language which was adored and spoken by great Tamil - Poets, Kings, Emperors and Tamil People of Tamil Nadu over a period of three millenium - the "Original Natives of Tamil Nadu" (Mannin Mainthar from time immemorial



    Hence all Tamils of Tamil Nadu should speak in Tamil with the other fellow Tamils and that too if possible in beautiful "Elocution Tamil". They should talk in English Language "only" with those who have as their "mother tongue" a different Language other than Tamil, and thereby not knowing to converse in Tamil Language.





    (2) The study of "Tamil - Language, Literature", Selected Sections of "Thirukkural" - the Ancient Tamil Code of Ethics, and the "History of - Tamil Nadu & India" be made compulsory to "all" in schools and colleges both in the government and private sector of Tamil Nadu up to 8th standard. English being an International communication language be made the compulsory second language to all, while either Hindi or the Mother-tongue (optional) of other Races of India settled in Tamil Nadu be made the third Language also upto 8th standard.

    Puratchi Kavignar Barathidasan queries on same in one of his Poetic Compositions as follows:

    'தமிழறியான்" - தமிழர்நிலை, தமிழர்நெறி, தமிழர்களின் தேவை, வாழ்வு,
    தமையறிதல் உண்டோ? எந் நாளுமில்லை! - தமிழறியான் சுவையே காணான்

    - "சுமை சுமையாய் அரசியல்சீர் சுமந்தவர்கள்" இதுவரைக்கும் சொன்ன துண்டோ
    "தமிழ்க்கல்வி தமிழ்நாட்டில் கட்டாயம் என்பதொரு சட்டம் செய்ய"
    ?




    (3) The media of education of "all other" Arts & Science subjects in schools and colleges both in Government and Private sector too should be in Tamil upto the 8th standard. From 9th standard onwards the Students could deviate towards their respective professional studies in English enabling them to secure Job opportunities and openings not only in Tamil Nadu, but also in other States of India and in Foreign Countries overseas.





    However the Students who have chosen to continue all their studies in Tamil even after the 8th standard, and do their Medicine, Science, Engineering or other Professional Studies in Arts, Commerce, Accountancy, Banking, Management etc etc in Tamil medium in the Universities, Medical Colleges, Engineering Colleges and other Institutions of Tamil Nadu, possibly opting to work within Tamil Nadu instead of going to work in other States of India or Overseas, then it should be made "mandatory" that all Government Departments and Private Organisations "within Tamil Nadu" to give "first preferance" in Job Placements to those who have done their Professional Studies in Tamil
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    This will pave way for the gradual transformation of the above Sectors in Tamil Nadu to function entirely in Tamil very successfully and efficiently within a decade or two, as it has taken place very successfully in many other States of India and in many other Overseas Countries such as Holland, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, China, Japan Korea etc etc etc.

    (4) All seeking Government and Private sector Employment at all levels within Tamil Nadu, should posses a basic certificate in Tamil Language, and should be willing to work, communicate and correspond in Tamil with the co-employees of these Employment sectors - where possible.

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    All the above will ensure a total "awakening of a new generation" of "Native Tamilians" and others throughout "each and every village" of Tamil Nadu, very well educated (through Tamil medium), - clear thinking, intelligent, well disciplined and cultured, law abiding Citizens of India living with much self-respect, "free from" - Liquor, Cinematic and other Corruptive cultures, and Caste indifferences having much Social injustices and indiscipline.

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