Education Minister V Sivankutty Says Waste Disposal Will Be Taught In Kerala Schools

Kerala General Education Minister V Shivankutty said in the Assembly on Friday that the study would be included in the school curriculum to maintain the surrounding cleanliness keeping in mind the current realities and to create a sense of the need for scientific waste disposal. .

Responding to this regard by Aldhos P Kunnapally, the Minister said that many lessons on the subject have already been included in science, social science and Malayalam textbooks. Shivankutty said that a part of how the state’s rivers are facing pollution has been included in the Class V social science textbook, while the Class VI textbook covers the subject of waste disposal as well as vermicompost, bio-fertilizer and biogas. plant is included.

Environmental related topics covered

Shivankutty said that similarly, environmental pollution, sustainable farming, global warming and ways to reduce them, public health and waste in public places, need for nature conservation etc. were also discussed in various textbooks of class VIII, IX and X. Is. Nevertheless, more such subjects will be included by the new syllabus committee.

Mid day meal will start from 1st November

Education Minister V Shivankutty told the assembly that after the opening of the school from 1st November, the distribution of mid-day meals in government and aided schools will resume. The Education Minister further said that the state government does not want the students to go hungry after the school reopens. Mid-day meals will be distributed in all schools keeping in mind the Kovid protocol. Soap and sanitizer will be available in all schools. There will be thermal scanning of students every day.

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