Tribune News ServiceAmritsar, November 7City-based educators said there was a need to promote traditional languages such as Sanskrit and Urdu to develop interest in children for these.
There has been a craze to learn foreign languages in various age groups, unlike the traditional ones.
I believe poetry has to be promoted to develop interest in the language.” She laid stress on the importance of reading, too.
Elaborating on the need to create opportunities in the language, principal of DAV International School Anjana Gupta said: “The requirement is to create job opportunities with a focus on these languages.
Many open mic events are being held in city to promote poetry in other languages, too.
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