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    State School Curricula in Kerala to Incorporate NCERT’s Excluded Material by Government

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    The Kerala State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) decided to add some sections to the state school curriculum that were left out by the NCERT. The curriculum steering committee met on Tuesday and gave permission to the public education minister, V Sivankutty, to address the issue with the government and make a decision.

    Minister V Sivankutty said that the state will include the sections in the Kerala school curriculum. The NCERT left out some topics like the Gujarat riots, Darwin’s theory of evolution, and Mughal history from school textbooks. This caused controversy among teachers’ organisations.

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    Minister Sivankutty responded by saying that the state government can produce textbooks on its own until the federal government forbids the teaching of these subjects. He also said that the neglected lessons should be taught and the state government can produce textbooks independently unless the Centre refuses to grant permission to teach certain topics.

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