'No School Bag Day' For Students in Manipur Schools: CM N Biren Singh Says 'World is Changing, We Must Give Liberty to Children'
N Biren Singh (Photo Credit: PTI)

Manipur, September 9: Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh recently spoke on state government declaring all Saturdays as 'No School Bag Day' for students of class 1st to 8th. According to an ANI tweet, he said, "The world is changing so fast, we must give some liberty to children. After due consideration, the education department took the decision." Manipur CM N Biren Singh seeks resignation from Insincere Ministers.

Last week, the Manipur government declared all working Saturdays as “No School Bag Day” for students from class I to VIII. On this day, students will not carry school bags and institutions will ensure taking up extra co-curricular activities, games and sports, recreational activities among others and make schools a more joyful place of learning.

Check ANI tweet:

The Education department in a memorandum highlighted that the focus of 'No School Bag Day' will be given more on the areas for providing a holistic development of the students by reducing excessive stress and by making school a more fun place.

The decision to implement this came after it was found that students in these categories of classes were found to be always engaged with routine works related to the school curriculum, additional homework assignments and couldn't get time for life skill activities including games and sports, extra co-curricular activities.