A regional language is one spoken in a sovereign state’s region, which can be a small area, a federated state or province, or a larger area. A regional language is one that is spoken by a significant number of people but is not the de facto method of communication in the rest of the country. A language is considered regional when it is primarily spoken by people who live in a specific area of a state or country.
Regional language is required to avoid the dilemma of giving preference to English over any vernacular language and to allow children to think naturally in their mother tongue. We needed to change our attitudes so that when someone asked a question in a regional language class, they did not feel inferior.
Several studies in India and other Asian countries indicate that students who use a regional medium rather than English have a positive impact on their learning outcomes.
Students studying in their native language outperform students studying in English in science and math, in particular.