In Karnataka, Learn in Kannada

EC orders re-polling in 12 booths in State
  • Two Bills, including the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Karnataka Amendment) Bill 2015, which seeks to provide primary education (standard I to V) in the child’s mother tongue or in Kannada.
  • However, the Bill needs Presidential assent to become law.
  • It needs to effect a constitutional amendment to enforce Kannada as medium of instruction for primary education.