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Team Careers360|Dec 9, 2023
New Delhi: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) launched outcome based educational books for diploma and undergraduate engineering courses in the Marathi language. The books were released by Union minister of state for education Subhas Sarkar at the Mumbai University's Kalina Campus today, November 14, 2022.
AICTE has launched a total of 20 Marathi textbooks for engineering aspirants in Maharashtra. The books will be made available for the first year students. On November 11, 2022 president Droupadi Murmu launched engineering books for AICTE in Odia language.
Under NEP 2020, states have been asked to make education, especially technical education like medicine, engineering and technology available in native languages. After Madhya Pradesh released MBBS books in Hindi, Maharashtra government has launched engineering and polytechnic education in Marathi.
Speaking on the occasion, Sarkar said: "AICTE has taken the initiative of making engineering books available in Indian Languages in alignment with guidelines enshrined in the National Education Policy 2020. Giving priority to local languages in the NEP manifests our commitment to all regional languages. We consider Indian languages the soul of Bharatiyata and the link to a better future."
UGC and AICTE chairman M Jagadesh Kumar said: "When Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose was admitted to a Bengali medium school by his father. We know Bose was described as a person who was 16 years ahead of his contemporaries. You'll find that in the countries where noble prizes are won, there education from school to PhD is provided in vernacular languages."
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