It is said in a press trust of India that the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has instructed to make “Rani Laxmibai Aatmaraskha Kaaryakram” (Rani Lakshmibai Self Defense Program) and ''Yog Shiksha Kaaryakram” (Yoga Education Program in UP Schools) compulsory. For the purpose of curbing the activities of "Dhokha Mafia", Yogi Ji directed the state authorities to blacklist the centres yesterday.
There is also an educationist in our country who works as a government teacher while running his own personal coaching centre. Similar discussions were also discussed during the meeting and CM Yogi Adityanath emphasized the filing of FIR in such cases. At the same time, it was decided that the government would issue guidelines to prohibit the huge fees of the schools being recovered by private schools and colleges.
Mr. Adityanath also discussed that all the State Universities of Uttar Pradesh should follow the same curriculum and it is necessary to assure that academic sessions are organized regularly in educational institutions.
CM Yogi also asked higher education institutions to conduct a recruitment process for filling vacancies of teachers in the state. Instructions were also given on eliminating 'old trades' such as radio mechanics at ITI and initiation of new courses as per industry demand.
Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Yogi Adityanath Ji made clear that the resource of private engineering colleges, which were on the verge of closure, should be used by other educational institutions and the possibilities should be traced in this regard, PTI said.
Yoga Made Compulsory in All Schools in Uttar Pradesh
Yoga works like a medicine for the human body, which keeps its mind healthy along with its body. Thinking in this direction, Yogi gave a statement yesterday that Yoga made compulsory in all schools in Uttar Pradesh. Yoga has been made part of physical education and will be implemented from this session which helps students in developing their physical and mental strength. A theoretical exam will also be conducted in which all questions will be asked based on Yoga.
The exam duration will be three hours and the maximum marks will be 50 marks. Hence it will be beneficial for all students as well as their health. Judo and taekwondo will also be implemented as a part of physical education to strengthen the physical power of girls students.
Sunni cleric and member of All India Muslim Personal Law Board Khalid Rashid Firangi Mahli said, “If students are made to learn yoga, judo and taekwondo for physical exercise then we have no issues.