Naavu Manujaru’ Programme


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The Karnataka government has ordered implementation of ‘Naavu Manujaru’ programme from this academic year.

About Naavu Manujaru’ Programme: 

  • Objective: To improve the capacity of the students to think independently, rationality and understand the pros and cons of every issue. It will also helpful for the overall development of the students.
  • It is implemented in all government, aided, and unaided primary and high schools of the State.
  • Implementation of this programme would involve discussions and dialogues for two hours per week (with three periods of 40 minutes).
  • It involves discussion on social harmony and its significance, based on local and national festivals, folk games, sports etc.
  • The discussion also includes thoughts of social reformers, visiting and sharing information on outbound/local famous places, cottage industries, discussion on nuclear and non-nuclear families, discussion on elimination of inequality and dialogue on constitutional values like equality, liberty and fraternity etc.
  • Implementing agency: The Department of State Educational Research and Training (DSERT) is the implementation authority of this programme.

Q1: What is The Department of State Educational Research and Training?

It is popularly known as DSERT is the academic wing of the Department of Public Instruction. It aims at providing academic leadership in school education as well as improving the quality of education provided in primary and secondary schools in the state.

Source: Karnataka government set to begin ‘Naavu Manujaru’ programme in schools to inculcate social harmony and Constitutional values among children