Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot Friday said it will establish a vedic education and culture board in the state. The board will help future generations take inspiration from vedic culture, tradition and values, Gehlot said at the 25th ‘Bhamashah Sammelan’ at Birla Auditorium Jaipur.
In a democracy, governments keep changing but there should be no political interference and tampering in the field of education, Gehlot said.
The state-level event was organized to honour the contributions of those who contributed to the transformation of the education sector. He added that during the UPA regime, it was mandatory for industries to donate part of their money towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.
“It proved to be a historic decision as it ensured their participation in education, health, and other social sectors, and people were benefited,” he said.
On the occasion, the chief minister honoured the ‘Bhamashahs’ for contributing to the sacred cause of promoting education and assured the state government’s support to them.
The state-level convention was organised to honour the contribution of individuals who brought a change in the education sector. On the occasion, the chief minister honoured the ‘Bhamashahs’ for contributing to the sacred cause of promoting education and assured the state government’s support to them.
Minister of State for Education Govind Singh Dotasara said that Gehlot government will make every effort to make holistic development of education in the state.
In 2015, Baba Ramdev had requested the government to establish a school board for Vedic education but the HRD Ministry had rejected the suggestion.
According to reports, Baba Ramdev might head the first Vedic Education Board in the country. However, there has been no word on that front yet.