Constitution to be taught in central schools, Supreme Court sent notice to Center

New Delhi: A petition was heard in the apex court on Friday in which an appeal was made that the Kendriya Vidyalaya should be opened in every tehsil of the country. On this matter, the Supreme Court has sent a notice to the Central Government and asked to resolve the issue in three months. In addition to the construction of the Kendriya Vidyalaya in the petition filed by advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, it was also urged that the Indian Constitution should be taught in the curriculum of government schools.

The lawyer has told the court that a presentation has also been given to the Ministry of Education in this matter, in which case the government should take further action. The bench was headed by Justice N.V. Ramanna. The bench said during the hearing that this is a policy issue, in which case the court cannot directly give any order in it.

Let us tell you that there are about one and a half thousand Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country, which provide primary and secondary education. The Kendriya Vidyalaya primarily educates children of central employees, but any other student can enroll in it through a test.

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