Omission of the Odia language from the Swayam online education portal under the Union Ministry of Education.
Bhubaneswar: The Minister of Electronics, Information and Technology, Tusharkanti Behera, has expressed concern over the omission of the Odia language from the Swayam online education portal under the Union Ministry of Education.
He further said that the decision of Ministry of Education ( MoE) on the recommendation of AICTE to drop the Odia language courses from massive open online courses scheme, is unfortunate and unjust.
Behera has expressed his displeasure and appealed for the reconsideration of the decision of MoE to include the Odia as language for the educational platform SWAYAM for the greater interest of the Odia students.
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