Karnataka government bans decision to remove Tipu Sultan's chapter from syllabus

Bengaluru: The Karnataka government has put a stay on this order, keeping in mind the controversy that followed the decision to remove Tipu Sultan's text from the school curriculum. The text of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali was removed as part of the syllabus reduction due to Corona infection. In this case, the official website of the Karnataka Textbook Society has said that the link to reduce syllabus from class I to X has been temporarily removed. A statement has also been issued in this regard from the state education minister's office, in which it was said that, on the instructions of the Minister of Primary and Higher Education, a temporary ban on the revised curriculum has been banned. After review, it will be announced on the website. '

A statement issued in the Kannada language said, "No final decision has been taken yet to reduce the syllabus till we find out how many days are left in the academic year." When the BJP government came to Karnataka, there was a situation of controversy about this. The government announced that Tipu Sultan's text will be removed from the course. After this announcement, the government was criticized all around, after which the government had formed a committee and sought suggestions in this case.

After the CBSE, the Karnataka government has reduced the syllabus of the state board schools. This syllabus has now been prepared according to the 120-day working day and has been reduced by 30%. On Monday, the new syllabus was uploaded in the Karnataka Text Book Society website. The text of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali has been removed from this new syllabus.

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