02-14-2015, 05:12 PM
Central Board of Secondary Education is working for the welfare of all students and north eastern part is not separately. The Board has decided to take four languages of Sikkim for the benefit of students in the area. RAI, deposited as crown prince, Sherpa and Tamang are the languages used in CBSE syllabus from this session.
Than these languages, has CBSE already included Bhutia, Lepcha and Limboo in the curriculum. So generally it seven northeastern language has made part of the curriculum.
The course codes have also been assigned to the language of CBSE 131 of Rai, 132 deposited as Crown Prince, 133 Tamang and Sherpa 134. The state government has fulfilled the requirements for students who request an opportunity to read the native language at a higher level. Moreover, the inclusion of languages set the pace as scientists can carry research and literature to another phase.
Governmental Human Resource Development was a step further. It has already submitted draft textbooks for these languages to CBSE when they are approved. Even sent the list of candidates qualified to teach languages at a higher level. It is expected that with this step these languages will one day come exam level.