Short-term curriculum for foreign students under 'Study in India': Yoga Global Planning
In order to encourage international students to learn yoga, the Human Resource Development Ministry has decided to introduce training courses under the Modi’s government aspiring ‘Study in India’ Programme.
Besides this, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the Study in India campaign on her first budget speech. The Study in India campaign focuses on bringing international students to study in the top-ranking higher educational institutions in India. It provides for an excess of seats for worthy international students.
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In India, foreign students are only accepted in the institutions only through the additional quota of 15%. The regular quota of seats for Indian students won’t be affected by this. For the students who apply under the camp, the government has decided to have short term courses in the yoga institutes in association with the AYUSH Ministry. The programme will proceed further with the institutions under the Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopat, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy.
Besides this, almost 70,000 students across 190 countries have already applied for the admissions for those seats in the 2019-2020 academic year. With the help of the campaign, the government hopes that there will be a boom in the number of international students in the country. It is one of the initiatives which is taken by the Modi government to promote yoga. Also, the Ministry is working on other methods to encourage yoga.
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In addition to the Study in India Yoga Training Course in association with AYUSH, there are various programs of Yoga approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The UGC has approved the establishment of an Inter-University Center-Yogic Science in Bangalore. Also, started Yoga as a new National Eligibility Test (NET) topic from January 2017.
Apart from this, Yoga Department has been set up in nine central universities to promote it in the country. The majority of schools are under the power of the state/union territory governments. It is the duty of the respective state/union territory government to take a decision regarding the introduction of yoga in the teaching curriculum for their schools.
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CBSE has made health and physical education mandatory in all classes from class 1 to class 12 for its affiliated schools. Schools have been advised that yoga should be included in the health and physical education. In addition, the National Curriculum Framework (NCF), 2005 identified yoga as an integral part of health and physical education.
Moreover, NCERT organizes Yoga Olympiad across India at various levels, where States and Union Territories, Central School Organization (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) and CBSE can participate in School Yoga Olympiad.
The Government has also established a Yoga Certification Board (YCB) to systematize and enhance yoga training by providing certification to individuals and accrediting institutions.