The state government has made the Gujarati language compulsory in the state, In order to spread awareness and maintain the Gujarati language. According to the government’s decision, in Class 1 and 2 of the academic year 2018-19, Schools will have to teach Gujarati as a compulsory language. All the schools having CBSE or any other board, not only the Gujarat board will have to comply with this regulation. Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that “in the academic session 2018-19, all the schools in the state will be directed in Standard-1 and Standard-2 in the Gujarati Language. Also, in the next few days, there is a proposal to make Gujarati language compulsory in standard 3 to 8.
You have to teach Gujarati language compulsory Also if you have any international board or English medium school, CBSE, ICSE.
Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that this step has been taken to boost Gujarati pride as a language. So the children studying in Gujarati can be familiar with the local language. Such actions have been taken in most of the states of the country. Education Minister said that this step will improve the language Gujarati in the state. Students who choose the Gujarati language will also benefit from the standard 10 board exams. A noteworthy fact is that 20% of the students participating in the Standard-10 examination last year had failed in Gujarati language exam.