MALYALAM NOT MANDATORY FOR CBSE SCHOOLS

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MALYALAM NOT MANDATORY FOR  CBSE SCHOOLS

The government of KOCHI is still adamant about keeping Malayalam as a compulsory subject in the CBSE schools even after the rejection of the norm by the Kerela high court alleged by a CBSE court at the high court.

The insistence to teach Malayalam is by Indo-American International School based at Vagamon in Kottayam.

KOCHI: State government is still insisting CBSE schools to teach Malayalam as a compulsory subject even though the norm was struck down by the Kerala high court, a CBSE school has alleged at the high court. Continued insistence to teach Malayalam was challenged by Indo-American International School based at Vagamon in Kottayam.

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