A few days back the government dropped German as the third language in Kendriya Vidalaya schools. But the Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to issue a notice to all its affiliated institutions for adopting a foreign language as one of the three compulsory languages in the class.
As per the government sources ,The CBSE will be issuing a circular this week recapitulating the three-language formula, according to which apart from English and Hindi, the secondary stage students should be taught a modern Indian language also.
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