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Vernacular Medium Schools in Assam (India) and Teachings of English at Secondary Level with Special Focus on Bodo Medium Schools

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 2)

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Page : 446-448

Keywords : Vernacular Medium; Education; English; Language; Secondary Level; Bodo Medium;

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Assam is one of the 29 states of India, the literacy rate of which is 73.18 as per 2011 census report. Assam is one of the eight states of North Eastern part of India which has Multi Lingual and Multi cultural population. The education pattern here has many choices: Private School English Medium, Central School, State Govt. School with Assamese Medium, Bodo Medium, etc. The concept of Regional Language Medium of Education is to teach their children with their own language, culture and tradition so as to preserve and enrich their own Language, Literature and tradition. Such concept is quite inspiring in today?s trend of endangering smaller Languages. However, a big shortcoming is being noticed in terms of English Language Teachings in such schools. In today?s globalized competitive market the standard of English is expected to be very high. So, this paper would try to elaborate the problems and its remedial measures to enhance the standard of English Teachings required for Vernacular Medium Schools in Assam with special focus on Secondary Level in Bodo Medium Schools. Key words: Vernacular Medium, Education, English, Language, Secondary Level, Bodo Medium.

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