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This photo (file) is Udaya Public School, Ayodhya. Children studying by making models.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to start an innovative program to inculcate the habit of reading and writing among the students. Under this in CBSE schools, writers will be prepared in the school itself under the program from class five to tenth. The budding program will be conducted in three phases from August 24 to September 30.
Writers will be prepared in schools
A platform will be provided to the students of classes V to X in CBSE schools to learn to read stories and write them effectively. Children will have to write short stories in Hindi and in English. The program will be completed in three phases. The selected entries at the national level will also be published by CBSE. The students of this initiative will be able to hone their talent.
This photo is of Kendriya Vidyalaya Cantt.
Children of 16 schools will get training
There are 38 CBSE schools in the district. In these, more than 48 thousand students are studying in class V to X. There are many children in the school, who are fond of writing poems and stories since childhood, but due to lack of language skills during schooling, the students are able to hone their talent only after reaching the college. There are many such students in schools across the district who are fond of reading poems. Now, in order to nurture such students in the school itself, CBSE is starting the New Writers Program by expanding the Reading Mission program started last year.
The program will be in three phases
In the first phase, the program will be held from August 24 to September 16. Here he will have to write short stories in Hindi and in English. In this, the best entry of two students each will be sent to the next round. The second phase will be from September 16 to September 30. Here they will be given reading assignments on the technical platform. The third phase will be from 30 September to 2 November. In this the school will organize webinars to develop the writing and language skills of the students. After all the three processes, the experts will editorialize the students’ writings and CBSE will get the nationally selected short story published.
From Learn to Read to Read to Learn
The board is focusing from Learn to Read to Read to Learn. Writing articles will also develop the thinking ability of the students. When we write, the brain works in many different ways. Writing not only improves the writing style, but it also increases the ability to think rapidly.
Sandhya Tyagi, Assistant Secretary, CBAE Regional Center Prayagraj said that orders have been received from CBSE to provide platform to young writers for language skills, which has been directed to all schools in Prayagraj Regional Region. Its preparations have started in schools. Students will hone their talent with the help of teachers.