Your point, is there enough information about traffic rules in schools?

आपकी बात, क्या स्कूलों में यातायात नियमों की पर्याप्त जानकारी दी जाती है?

The question was asked in the magazine. Readers got mixed reactions, here are the selected responses.

Knowledge of traffic rules is essential
The things taught in the school are remembered by the student for life, so they should be informed about the traffic rules in the school itself. We see that when someone makes a driving license he remembers the traffic rules few days back. This information is remembered until passing the test. Therefore, children should be given complete information about traffic rules from the school level itself.
-SP Kumawat, Bhana, Rajsamand
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Information about traffic rules is not available
Traffic rules are not taught in schools. Why would teachers teach when it is not in the curriculum? It is the responsibility of the school management and the parents to inform the children about this, due to lack of knowledge of traffic rules, only small children are seen driving on the road. Accidents are also happening due to this.
Aradhana Singh Chauhan
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Information to be given in Bal Sabha
Information about traffic rules is given in schools, but it is also necessary to put it into practice. The chapters related to traffic rules should be included in detail in the syllabus and at the same time, it is necessary for the students to organize a program related to it once a week in Bal Sabha.
Bihari Lal Balan, Laxmangarh, Sikar
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Don’t just give superficial information
The education system of our country is based on Macaulay’s education system. In small classes, the meaning of red light, yellow light and green light is explained, but going ahead, information about traffic rules is not given in any form. Day-to-day road accidents are an example of this. Driving recklessly, overtaking the vehicle from the wrong side or applying brakes suddenly causes accidents. To prevent such accidents, there must be a chapter related to the knowledge of traffic rules in the curriculum of every class of the school.
-Lata Agarwal Chittorgarh
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give full details
Curriculum related to traffic rules should be compulsorily included in schools. Today, in schools, students are not given adequate information about traffic rules. Accidents happen due to lack of knowledge of traffic rules. Schools should be given information about traffic signals, zebra crossings and special precautions to be taken while walking on footpaths.
-Satish Upadhyay, Manendragarh Korea, Chhattisgarh
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Not getting full information
Knowledge of traffic rules is equally important for children as it is for adults. Children are taught how to walk on the road, use the sidewalk, road crossing rules and recognize traffic signals, but this is inadequate. Now the traffic rules have become very elaborate. Teachers should give detailed information about traffic rules to the students.
-Vibha Gupta, Bangalore
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accidents will decrease
Traffic police should give regular information about traffic rules in all schools. With this, when the children grow up to drive, then they can follow the traffic rules properly. This will reduce road accidents.
Surendra Bindal, Jaipur
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information is given
Nowadays, education related to transport is given in schools in the subject of social science. In many schools in the country, children are informed about traffic rules in the morning ‘assembly meeting’.
-Naresh Kanungo, Bangalore, Karnataka
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Less focus on practical education
Practical knowledge like adequate knowledge of traffic rules should form a part of the syllabus. Traffic on the roads is an essential part of the daily life of the students. Children grow up and drive. If they have proper knowledge of traffic rules then accidents will be less.
-Mukesh Bhatnagar, Vaishalinagar, Bhilai
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awareness is necessary
In view of the increasing number of road accidents at present, a need has been felt to spread awareness about traffic rules in schools. If school children learn the nuances of traffic rules at an early age, then road accidents will be less. At present, many children learn to ride a bike, but due to lack of knowledge of traffic rules, many times they violate the rules. This causes accidents.
-Dr.Ajita Sharma, Udaipur

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