British kids cannot escape Maths, English any more
The latest step follows criticism from bosses that many school-leavers lack the basic skills required in the job market, The Sun reported.
According to British ministers, the ones not sitting A-levels will be given work experience to make them more employable.
Under the reforms, pupils failing to get a grade C or better in General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) Maths and English, will continue to study them in some form until they are 19.
Reacting on the rumours that Congress may name Unique Identification Authority of India Chairman, Nandan Nilekani as its candidate for Prime Minister, JD(U) Leader Shivanand Tiwari said the move could be suicidal for the party.
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