The books issued by Central
Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be made more
professional-oriented and stress will be given more towards the practical
aspects of study. Many initiatives in this regard are being taken by the CBSE
to meet the growing demand of professionalism in academic studies.
Ashok Ganguly, Chairman of the CBSE
told reporters in Jaipur about the revolutionary ways of tending the study
system in India towards professionalism. He was in the city to attend
inter-school sports competition. He was the chief guest of the inaugural
"Professional courses related to film, media, fashion and health will
be incorporated in the CBSE
curriculum," he told reporters.
'The need of today is to make education system more professional and
practical. The CBSE
intends to take many initiatives to make the syllabus more professional, so
that students can meet the demands of rapidly growing industrial sector in
India,' he added.
is planning to sign MoU with some companies that will hire the talented CBSE
students after the completion of their studies. That will provide employment
opportunities to the desiring candidates,' he further added. "Activities of NSS (National Service Scheme) and NCC (National Cadet
Corps) will be promoted in the CBSE
schools. It will give students an opportunity of all-round development of
their personality," Ganguly told reporters.
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