Students of government schools will still study in 7 divisions and 33 districts of the state

Dungarpur : The previous Congress government had increased the number of divisions along with increasing the number of districts in the state. Despite this, lakhs of students of the state studying in the current academic session will still study only 7 divisions and 33 districts in the state. Books were recently distributed in the government schools of the state by Rajasthan Textbook Board. The syllabus has not been updated in the free textbooks. In such a situation, students will study according to the old setup till the end of the session.

Now there are 10 divisions and 50 districts
Now the number of 10 more districts has become 50. In last year’s budget session, the then Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had announced three new divisions and 17 new districts. In these, Sikar, Banswara and Pali were made new divisions. At the same time, Anupgarh, Balotra, Beawar-Deeg, Didwana- Kuchaman, Dudu, Gangapur City, Jaipur Rural, Jodhpur Rural, Kekri, Kotputli Behror, Khairthal-Bijara, Neemkathana, Phalodi, Salumber, Sanchore and Shahpura were included.

The Textbook Board prints books on the basis of CDs provided by the government and distributes them. The decision to amend is at the government level. It is not in our jurisdiction. Children of the state will study many subjects including electoral knowledge. In the syllabus, children will be informed about many subjects including EVM, VVPAT along with voting process, Right to Education Act, Child Helpline, Sampark Portal and Cyber ​​Crime.

Confusion between teacher and students
Due to no revision in the class six book ‘Hamara Rajasthan’ published by Rajasthan Text Book Board, confusion has arisen among teachers and students. This year also students will study only 33 districts and seven divisions in the state. In the first chapter named Rajasthan Ek Parichay, the old number and names of divisions and districts are published along with the old map of Rajasthan. In such a situation, confusion has arisen among teachers as to whether they have to teach the children the present form of Rajasthan or the old one.

The board should get the new revised book printed

Rajasthan Teachers’ Union National’s state vice president Rishin Choubisa, spokesperson Rajendra Singh Chauhan and district president Balwant Bamaniya said that the previous Congress government had formed new divisions and districts, but due to the code of conduct, it was not implemented on the ground in the education department. The current state government has talked about forming a committee and reorganizing the districts. Teachers are now unable to understand whether they have to teach the new map of Rajasthan to the children or tell them the old form of the state. In such a situation, teachers need instructions from the department. Also, the division should get the new revised book printed and give it.