Meghalaya to Incorporate Delhi Govt’s ‘Happiness Curriculum’ in Schools

Meghalaya to Incorporate Delhi Govt’s ‘Happiness Curriculum’ in Schools

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Guwahati, January 20, 2020:

Meghalaya is planning to replicate the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) ‘Happiness Curriculum’ in its schools to help students with their daily issues relating to studies and personal life.

State’s Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui views that the Delhi government’s happiness class in the schools of the capital region is significant for the youth and that the move should be initiated by other states in the country.

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Rymbui, who is on a visit to Delhi, attended a class on mindfulness, which is part of the happiness curriculum and commended the AAP for its education policy to help students.

He informed that he attended the class in order to see ways to replicate Delhi’s education policy in the schools of Meghalaya. He further informed that a task force has been formed in order to revise the state’s curriculum framework.

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Rymbui strongly feels that there is a need to replicate the happiness curriculum in other parts of the country. However, he opines that the teachers would have to ensure that happiness is imbibed by the students.

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