From the academic session 2018-19, Karnataka government has made the Kannada language compulsory in schools from class 1. The news was confirmed by the Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Tanveer Sait.
The language learning will be compulsory in all the schools including the CBSE, CISCE and private ones.
The learning is compulsory but there will be no Kannada language examination in the first three years. Exams for the language will conducted from class 4. If any
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