Why India should make CMM a mandatory course
India’s National CMM Training Committee, which includes the education ministry, has announced a policy to make CMD a mandatory compulsory course for all primary school students from the age of five.
The new policy comes after a survey conducted by the CMM revealed that the vast majority of children were not enrolled in any CMM course, according to The Hindu.
The National CMD Training Committee’s decision comes in response to a survey commissioned by the education department and conducted by India-based CMM Institute, a leading education provider.
The survey was carried out by the Institute, which has been working to improve the quality of education in India for the last decade.
The institute, which was set up in 2009 by the former prime minister Manmohan Singh, was founded to provide quality educational and vocational training to youth in rural areas.
The National CMO, a committee of the government that advises the prime minister on education, said that it would be up to the ministry to decide on the course of action, as the survey was conducted in 2015.
The NCC, which is chaired by the prime minster, is expected to announce a policy for the new school year on May 22.