New Delhi: An endeavour to endorse
Sanskrit language is commanded vigorously by Human Resource Development by
electing a member panel that constituted 13 members and the group is headed
under the mentorship of former Chief Election Commissioner, Mr N Gopalaswami to
deliberate on issues pertaining to the language.
The elected committee is working on the process of how to introduce the teaching of Sanskrit language through the
country and also it ponders over the integration of Sanskrit language with
other subjects in the discipline namely Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Law and
Medical Science. Also they put forth suggestions on required changes to undergo
in the education of language in different schools and universities.
Mr Gopalaswami, who currently serves
as the chancellor of Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidhyapeeth situated in Tirupati, when
asked about the issue expressed that he had just received notification over his
phone. The written intimation is yet to be retrieved.
The reliable HRD officials assured
the advancement of the language and gave additional information regarding the
action plan that has been developed by the committee to progress on Sanskrit
language in the coming 10 years of time.
The officials named few ambitious
committee members. They are Dr Ramadorai, the chairperson of National Skill
Development Corporation, NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy, the former Secretary of
Indian government, Mr VV Bhat, a professor from Delhi University Mr Ramesh
Bhardwaj, the UGC chairman Mr Ved Prakash and the RSS-affiliated Samskrit Bharti
member, Mr Chamu Krishna Shastri.
Earlier, the HRD ministry had
similarly designated a committee panel to support classical languages likewise.