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Let us redefine how India’s young Generation will learn.

Please contribute now.

Dear Parents, Teachers, Wellwishers,

Please contribute NOW. Its time, Wake up and support our young generation to be an innovator and help them to retain and enhance their creativity. Don’t develop them for mundane jobs and take them out of regular exam/study mindset.

Are you ready for the change?

Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) is inviting suggestions on rationalising curriculum/ syllabus/ subject contents for class I to class XII with the objective of all round development of students.

It has been envisioned that in order to develop a fairer and more egalitarian society comprising of well-balanced human beings, in addition to cognitive and analytical skills, adequate attention on activities like life skills, experiential learning, health and physical education, sports, visual and performing arts, literary & creative skills, and work-based education are indispensable. Though the existing curriculum does incorporate these skills, however, the load of a curriculum in the cognitive and analytical area seems to be so heavy that students practically do not get much time to develop skills in other areas.

In order to balance the curriculum for cognitive and analytical areas with a curriculum in other life skills including creativity and sports, specific suggestions are invited from teachers, academics, students, parents and other stakeholders associated with school education. The objective is to make the content more balanced in various subjects offered from class I to class XII as prescribed by NCERT/CBSE.

Please follow the link for your contribution – applicable for Class 1 to class 12th: Click Here

This link is active until April 6th, 2018

Time has come. Let us make it happen.

A call for all Active Teachers, Parents, Mentors, Influencers, Self-motivated individuals, award-winning and top HR and other domain professionals to take out their precious time and support our children. Show that you care about our future young generation.

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