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Government forms committee to suggest ways to make Maths more student friendly
NEW DELHI: The Union human resources development ministry on Wednesday formed a committee under the chairmanship of Gujarat education minister Bhupendra Singh Chudasama to make Mathematics easy to learn and student friendly. Following a meeting with the NCERT officials and representatives of some states, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said that it had emerged in the National Assessment Survey, 2017 that most students are “afraid of Maths”.
The survey was carried out to test the learning outcomes of students in government schools.
“We want the students to let go of this fear complex for the subject and therefore a panel has been formed to suggest ways to make the learning of Maths more enjoyable. It will have educationists and officials and will submit its report within next three months,” Javadekar said.
Another committee under the chairmanship of Telangana deputy chief minister (education) Kadiam Srihari was also formed to suggest way to improve the quality of teacher training in the country. This panel, too, has been asked to submit a report within next three months.(Updated on April 12th, 2018)