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Rural municipality introduces school textbooks to preserve Khas language
JUMLA, May 5 -- In order to preserve the Khas language which is on the verge of extinction, Tatopani Rural Municipality in the district has decided to introduce language course books at schools in the area. In the first phase, textbooks on the language for Grades 1, 2 and 3 have been sent to print. Chairperson of the rural municipality, Nadaraj Neupane, shared that since Jumla is considered as one of the places of the origin of the Nepali language, the preservation and promotion of the Nepali language is the key responsibility of the local government. "The course books for Grade 1-3 have gone to the print, however, it may take some time for the textbooks of Grade 4 and 5 to be printed. The students learning the language in their classrooms ...
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