INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOLS IN TARNAKA IMPLEMENTS TELUGU AS A COMPULSORY LANGUAGE
International Preschools in Tarnaka and Hyderabad has a curriculum that includes two languages, usually other than Telugu. Recently with the initiation of School Education Department, Telugu is going to become a compulsory language for students in leading International Preschools, such as Spring Board International Preschool.
International Preschools and Telugu Implementation
International Preschools with CBSE and other affiliations located in many areas of Hyderabad including Tarnaka are not waiting till the Government’s Order. They are ready to introduce Telugu as a compulsory language between classes 1 and 6. The implementation starts from this academic year and CBSE International Schools have geared up for it. Initially, the practice kicks off with teaching basic letters and sentences. Once the government issues the Telugu textbooks, the same shall be prescribed by the schools.
Support from Government to International Preschools
International Preschools will be given a good backing by the government. The schools shall be equipped with libraries, learning materials, facilities for digital lessons. To track the implementation of Telugu as a compulsory subject in all International Preschools, the school education department has also appointed state and district level committees. Moreover in-service trainings will be conducted for all the educational administrators, teacher educators and heads of institutions every year. Every school shall provide eligible teachers for teaching Telugu language.
Telugu Implementation Roadmap in International Preschools
International Preschools will take utmost care to ensure that the language is smoothly implemented for all students. It will impact well to English medium schools such as Government aided schools, Private schools, Central schools with CBSE, ICSE, IB and Cambridge syllabus. At primary level (classes 1 to 5) Telugu will be introduced as compulsory subject in 2018-19 for standard-1 and every year it will be extended to further standards progressively. For High School level (Classes 6 to 10), Telugu will be introduced as a compulsory subject in 2018-19 for standard-VI and every year, it will be extended to further standards.
Leading International Preschool in Tarnaka
International preschool in Tarnaka in the forefront is Spring Board International Preschool. Along with high quality language learning, Spring Board International Preschool in Tarnaka provides a strong educational foundation. Each child’s potential will be nurtured through our vibrant learning environment which combines play, carefully designed lesson plans, and thoughtful interactions. In Spring Board International Preschool in Tarnaka, every child is valued as a unique individual and acquires lifelong skills that lay the foundation for future schooling. Spring Board International Preschool is the leading international preschool in Tarnaka.