‘CBSE Reading Mission’ 2021-23 will start today, check details

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is launching the ‘CBSE Reading Mission’ 2021-23 to promote reading literacy among students today at 3 pm. The CBSE reading mission will be launched under the vision of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. Stakeholders can view the live webcast on YouTube and its details are available at cbse.gov.in. According to the CBSE statement, “CBSE Reading Mission 2021-23, CBSE Books CBSE Chairman Manoj Ahuja will launch a mission today at 3 pm to encourage students to read and become active. The event will include a teacher’s webinar on reading culture in schools.

CBSE posted on its official website, “CBSE is very pleased to launch #CBSEReadingMission as a two-year initiative to promote reading literacy in partnership with @pbstoryweaver and @csf_india.”

More than 25 thousand affiliated schools receive reading materials
In a recent official statement, CBSE stated that the mission of Reading 2021-23 is to encourage students to read books and enhance their critical reading ability. Let’s say CBSE provides quality reading materials in both Hindi and English to over 25,000 affiliated schools. The reading material is best suited for students in grades 1 through 8.

Initiatives have been taken to implement NEP 2020
This initiative was taken in view of the implementation of the National Education Policy 2020. CBSE will conduct enhancement activities which will help them to develop their language skills. CBSE has partnered with Pratham Books Story Weaver and the Central Square Foundation to carry out this mission.

These academics participate in the program
Renowned education expert Joseph Emanuel, Director Academics, Rukmini Banerjee First Education Foundation CEO, R. Sriram, President Pratham Books, Anastup Nayak, Kendra Chowka Foundation, Professor Shailaja Menon, Azeem Prem G University, Vishal Talreja, Co-Founder

The board stated that “under this campaign, schools and teachers will have access to quality English and Hindi children’s story books and supplementary resources from grades 1 through 8, in line with the recommendations of the NEP 2020, and, in addition, CBSE will have access to the challenge of reading CBSE.” “(English and Hindi) also expands.

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