UGC has issued guidelines for introducing Vedic Mathematics, Yoga curricula in universities, colleges

There are various objections and complaints about the National Education Policy in several states including West Bengal. In the meantime, the UGC or University Grants Commission has published 'guidelines' for introducing courses in various subjects including Vedic Mathematics, Yoga, and Ayurveda in colleges and universities. In a circular, the country's higher education institutions were informed that the National Education Policy has given importance to the promotion of Indian heritage and culture.

In order to attract foreign students, educational institutions should introduce courses in various subjects like universal human values, Vedic mathematics, yoga, Ayurveda, Sanskrit, Indian languages, music, and classical dance based on Indian heritage and culture.

Along with different genres of music, dance artists, terracotta, Madhubani, clay artists, and bamboo-cane artisans have been identified and they have been asked to stay on the campus of the higher education institution.

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