India will emerge young country in world soon: Deepak Kasekar

New Delhi, Oct 8 (Bureau) In the next ten years, India will be known as the most young country in the world, said Maharashtra school education Minister Deepak Kesarkar here on Friday. The leadership is going to today’s students. The government has been committed to providing modern education facilities for the purpose of developing the necessary skills for it. He was interacting with students of Deccan Education Society (DES), New English School Ramanbag School here today. DES regulatory board and the President of the Council Dr. Sharad Kunte was presided the function. Vice President Mahesh Athavale, Executive Pvt. Dhananjay Kulkarni, Chairman of the School Committee Adv. Ashok Palanda, Pvt. Swati Joglekar, Sheel Chief Sunil Shivale were also presence.

Kaserskar said, “The physical and mental development of students is important. For this, during the beginning of physical education, the government is under consideration of the government to give at least one teacher in four to five schools. The students plan to teach various types of yoga to get the concentration with mental health. It is also an attempt to teach music, singing with modern technology. For this, students of these areas will be guided. Kaserskar further said the necessary tools required for implementing a new educational policy will be available in schools by the next academic year. Can be examined from class third? There is a discussion with experts about this. The homework is a study of self-spenty, he added. Teachers should teach students to learn the homework or private class. The government is trying to provide e-learning facilities across the state, he revealed. Easy software is being developed for use. In the future, education and sports will be with both the subjects and sports. Dr K H Sancheti, Dr. Pramod Chaudhary were honored among with others for their contributions in various fields. On the occasion, ‘Amrit Kalash’ book was released.