Bihar’s schools will have ‘no bag day’ and ‘compulsory sports period’, Nitish government has made a plan

Bihar School News: Bihar (Bihar) government to reduce the burden of students’ bags to introduce ‘No-Bag Day’ rules and mandatory play of ‘period’ at least once a week; Getting ready to start. This information was given by an official on Saturday. Deepak Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Education Department told ‘PTI-Bhasha’ Told that a notification to this effect will be issued soon. He called the weekly ‘No-Bag Day’. There will be work-based practical classes. He said, ‘‘At least once a week, students will come to school with their tiffin box. They will not need to carry books on that day. The day will be dedicated to learning practical and experiential things.’’

Students will bring positive change

Minister Jitendra Rai gave this information

State Art, Culture and Youth Minister Jitendra Kumar Rai said on starting the sports period at least once a week, ‘‘Our department is preparing a proposal in this regard. I will meet the education minister of the state and submit a detailed proposal to him.’’ He said that it is a matter of pride that the players of the state have performed well in the recent national and international games. He said, ‘‘if there is a ‘period’ If started, we will be able to identify talent at a very early stage. The government will accordingly prepare them for state, national and international sporting events.’’

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