A new school in India is encouraging its pupils to learn to throw punches, which could help improve the country’s child welfare system.
The Bharatiya Janata Party’s government is currently trying to promote the use of “punching etiquette” in schools, which have long been considered a way of encouraging children to be tough and not to take too many risks.
The idea of using punches in class has been a major plank of the party’s agenda for years.
The Bharat Ratna Kendra, which promotes the idea of punching, has been running in all primary and secondary schools across India since its inception in 2002.
“We have tried to develop a culture where we can teach our children to punch, and also teach them how to fight and not be afraid of being hit,” said the school’s founder, Ashok Kumar.
In the current education system, students often learn the basic principles of how to punch.
They learn the basics of how a person should react if they are attacked, how to throw strikes, and how to defend oneself.
But the most important lesson is the lesson of what to do in the face of an attack.
The government is now urging schools to develop lessons on how to prevent and deal with an attack on students.
It has also introduced a curriculum to teach kids how to respond to attacks.
“We are also teaching our children the importance of fighting back when they are beaten,” Kumar said.
India is ranked number four in the world in terms of infant mortality rate, and one of the world’s top five most dangerous countries for children.
But many of the countrys problems stem from the lack of a clear national agenda.
The countrys education system has been beset by poverty and inequality, and has seen a rise in child mortality and a rise of violent crime in recent years.
Kumar says he and his school are trying to instill a more inclusive ethos in the classroom.
“Every child has the right to be educated in a school environment where they are given an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of a school, where they get an opportunity for their learning to be supported,” Kumar told The Associated Press.
Many schools have recently begun promoting physical fitness as part of the school curriculum, and have even banned children from wearing tracksuits, according to Kumar.
“You cannot teach the world how to kick a soccer ball, you can’t teach the people how to play a tennis match, you cannot teach a child how to be a good citizen,” he said.
Kurt said he is currently working on a curriculum that will teach students how to tackle the problem of bullying, which is one of India’s biggest problems.
BJP spokesperson Sangeeta Sinha said the party is working with the schools to help the pupils learn how to react in a real-life situation.
“Our schools should teach the students to understand what they should do if something happens to them,” she said.