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Food for Work Programmes Beyond Roads That Get Washed Away-A Comment

"(with the absurd proviso that they must not teach Bengali or any other second language)". Is the proviso so absurd after all? If primary education has to be unilingual, there must be some parity maintained between the schools. One of the healthy points behind the government's stipulation about the one-language formula is to see that students' energy does not get diverted towards learning a second language, Parents who choose English as the medium of instruction must take full responsibility for their decision

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