NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday stood by its decision on replacing German as third language with Sanskrit in Kendriya Vidyalayas but conceded before the Supreme Court that no exam would be conducted for the subject in the current session. So, KV students can continue with German language as an additional subject in the current session. The Centre’s decision not to conduct the exam for Sanskrit, which was introduced in the middle of the ongoing session, came after the apex court in the last hearing expressed concern that students would be burdened and suffer because of the government’s decision.

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