Modern upgrades on state's agenda to promote Sanskrit Language in Uttar Pradesh Schools

State Government to upgrade Sanskrit-medium schools in Uttar Pradesh with computers to facilitate better learning

Promotion of the Sanskrit Language takes a high spot in Uttar Pradesh Government's to-do-list and the state administration has planned various upgrades in a bid to promote the language in a big and improved way. To implement these initiatives, the state, at present is working on the modernisation of the Sanskrit Language Schools by installing computers to open up the digital landscape of an advanced learning forum for students.

New Horizons for Sanskrit Schools in UP

Acharya Dr. Vachaspati Mishra, President of Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Sansthan headquartered in Lucknow informed that all educational institutions under the flagship of UP Sanskrit Sansthan will undergo a digital upgrade, with promptness as prioritised by the state. The government spokesman said that students studying in Sanskrit schools of Uttar Pradesh will now get computer education also and to aid this, computers are being installed in all such schools in the state.

Last year, computers were installed by the UP Sanskrit Sansthan in Sanskrit schools in 72 districts. The remaining schools in the state will be computerized by the Sanskrit Sansthan this year. Educational Institutions that have a higher enrollment count will be upgraded on priority, and the Sanskrit Education Council has started to draft the list of such schools with agility.

This step will give a boost to the growth of culture and language arts as students will be introduced to newer, broadened horizons of language learning. Besides, the digitisation will also ensure that these pupil groups are no longer deprived of computer education.

Acharya Dr. Vachaspati Mishra reportedly state that apart from this educational reform at Sanskrit schools, the state government has also started issuing press releases in Sanskrit in order to make the language popular among larger and diverse groups.

-With inputs from IANS

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