by NEWSNER , 2021-03-23 15:16:28
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has introduced the state's first formal native language and information framework school in the East Kameng region, an authority discharge said on Sunday. The first-of-its-sort school called 'Nyubu Nyvgam Yerko' was introduced at Rang town close to Seppa on Saturday.
Mr Khandu said the school will help in advancing and saving native practices, culture and language, it said. Mr Pema Khandu commended the Donyi Polo Cultural and Charitable Trust for the activity and Pai Dawe for giving an area for the Gurukul-type organization.
Mr Khandu said his administration is focused on protecting the native culture of the state and has set up the Department of Indigenous Affairs, for which he has procured the commendation of individuals from even the adjoining states.
"Individuals from our adjoining states complimented me. A large number of them have lost their native character. We Arunachalees have woken up at the correct second," Mr Khandu said.
Mr Pema Khandu engaged native pioneers to propose approaches to the office for safeguarding societies and dialects.
"Being a Monpa, I follow Buddhism. My way of life is protected as it is regulated. We learn and procure degrees in Buddhism. In this manner, we need to build up foundations that show our children their particular native culture, legacy, language, method of living and invest heavily in it," Mr Khandu said.
The CM, notwithstanding, accentuated that cutting edge instruction can't be disregarded and should go connected at the hip.
Mr Khandu expressed gratitude toward the Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya bunch for assuming up the liability to confer formal instruction to the understudies of the Nyubu Nyvgam Yerko. He said Rs 3 crore has been reserved for the turn of events and upkeep of the school.