PUNE The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) will present two subjects on the “Constitution of India,” as a credit course in the second year for all college understudies of Arts, Science and Commerce streams. From the following scholastic year of 2021-22, these two subjects will be added to the prospectus, said the organization.
The subjects will be obligatory for all the understudies at SPPU and associated schools.
The choice was assumed the event of the demise commemoration of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar (on December 6).
The SPPU’s division of humanities has taken a lead in this venture to plan the schedule of this credit course. It will be a two-credit course which will be instructed in the second year of unhitched male of Commerce, Arts and Science courses.
In these subjects around 30 hours talks will be directed for understudies, which will incorporate tasks, pragmatic, ventures and others. The duty of how to show the subjects, what technique to utilize, prospectus and directions given to schools will be dealt with by the law division of SPPU.
“It is noticed that students don’t even know basic things about the Constitution of India, so we have decided to introduce these subjects. These include the Constitution of India and democratic election and governance. It will be compulsory for all the students of the second year from the academic year 2021-22,” said Anjali Kurne, dean, humanities at SPPU.
Subhash Ware, a scholar, said, “It is an important decision taken by SPPU to introduce these new subjects in its syllabus. It will create awareness about the subject among the students about the principles by which a country is governed. I hope that students too take the subject seriously.”
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