12th plan period, a 12th edition of 5 year plan worked out by Planning commission will introduce this exercise in pretext of "minority welfare".
This document does says that Urdu should not be limited only to Madarsas, but available in mainstream schools also, as understood this exercise will also need a drive to fill massive recruitment of Urdu teachers across the country. The document later says that importance of Urdu is appropriate as it's a medium of though and have no barriers of social or religion.
On the other hand the document also talks on expanding the school education for Muslim children beyond Madarsa, which is indeed a very natural move.
Citing the example of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, the proposal expects to build a new set of residential school in minority areas, where admission to at least 50% of kids will be reserved for minorities.
For now, it seems that Urdu will be inducted in 12th class CBSE examination.
In case you don't know Abhyanand, he is Bihar state DGP and co-founder of the prestigious Super 30, a free coaching institute that helps gifted children like Navodians to crack the IIT-JEE, he was appointed as state DGP 6 months back, read more on http://ibnlive.in.com/news/abhyanand-of-super-30-fame-appointed-bihar-dgp/178292-3.html
Last month, Abhayanand announced the names of 91 students selected for Super 30 for six centres. Centres are Kanpur, Delhi, Guwahati, Jorhat, Patna and Gaya. These students appeared for IIT-JEE exam last Sunday, April 8.
Abhayanand explained the process of selection in "Super 30", he said the executives visited many rural areas to identify students who had the potential and talent but no resources to study further.
He proudly said that Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are main hunting grounds, and he himself screen students before giving final admission to the centres.
DGP says many public sector undertakings, are eager to fund this kind of projects.
Citing the example of JNV excellence, DGP advised parents to choose the centre carefully for the IIT preparations.
K M Darshan, a Class IX student was returning from Chamarajnagar (MP) after a student exchange programme at JNV Chamarajnagar. Darshan boarded Jaipur-Mysore express at Ananthapuram (AP).
Darshan was returning to Mysore.
Police Is trying to track down Darshan with the help of Railway officials. Darshan's parent were not updated about this incident by school authorities.
This comes after the Supreme Court was addressing a plea seeking inclusion of yoga as a subject in school education in conformity with the National Curriculum Framework 2005.
The petitioners appealed that the central government had failed to make yoga as part of the formal school education despite the recommendation in the National Curriculum Framework 2005.
Study of yoga comprising of pranayam (science of breathing) and Asans (science of body postures) was suggested to be introduced in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas.
The National Curriculum Framework 2005 recommended yoga to be introduced from the primary level (informal ways) and to be added in curriculum yogic exercises from class VI onwards, the petition added.