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    Manipur, Nagaland To Replicate Delhi’s Happiness Classes

    Guwahati: Education ministers and officials from two Northeastern states – Manipur and Nagaland and Madhya Pradesh and Puducherry on July 31st, 2019, visited different Delhi government schools to be a part of the Happiness Classes.

    The Delhi government has organized the Happiness Utsav — a 15-day festival to celebrate a year of the Happiness Curriculum.

    “All education ministers unanimously agreed to replicate Delhi’s Happiness Curriculum in their respective states after the visit,” the Delhi government said as quoted by the Hindustan Times.

    As per information, several educationists and ministers have visited the Delhi government schools recently to observe the classes and speak to students about it.

    “Education is something that is beyond politics. The work being done on government schools in Delhi is commendable. I am happy that the deputy CM personally invited me,” said Madhya Pradesh education minister Prabhuram Chaudhary as quoted by the Hindustan Times.

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