CBSE teams up with IIT Gandhinagar to implement NEP-2020 through Ekalvya Series

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WHAT IS NEP 2020?

The National Education Policy, 2020 (NEP 2020) is a guiding ideology for transforming the learning landscape, making education holistic, and laying solid foundations for an Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

NEP-2020, which will succeed the National Policy on Education of 1986, is a comprehensive framework covering all levels of education from elementary to higher education in the country.

Because the goal of any educational system is to benefit children so that no child is denied the opportunity to learn and flourish because of their birth circumstances or background, the NEP-20202 has achieved a 100% Gross Enrolment Ratio (GEER) in school education by 2030.

According to the Policy, bridging social gaps in school education access, participation, and learning outcomes will continue to be a significant focus of all education.

WHAT IS EKLAVYA?

In partnership with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Gandhinagar, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) introduced the Eklavya series.

This online instructional programme will aid in the implementation of the new National Education Policy (NEP).

On Teachers’ Day, CBSE and IIT Gandhinagar are teaming up with the Eklavya Series, following the remarkable success of 3030 STEM (1 million views, 5 lakh subscribers) (September 5).

Putting the goal set forth by National Education Policy 2020 into action might be scary. With the Eklavya series, CBSE and IITG for school teachers and administrators attempt to bridge this gap by demystifying NEP and demonstrating how to apply NEP 2020 across schools effectively.

OBJECTIVES:

To encourage the students in out-of-box thinking.
To focus on the conceptual understanding of students.
To enhance creativity among learners.
To enable the learners how to learn.
To foster the learners with scientific temperament.

CONTENTS:

Various topics of Science and Mathematics from Class6-12. Thus, the students studying in this grade can avail themselves of this opportunity provided by CBSE, improve their conceptual understanding of the topics, and clear their doubts.

The series will include a variety of hands-on-experience activities, projects, and models that aid in the conceptual understanding of various topics, as well as thought-provoking questions and assignments that promote creative thinking outside the box.

For instance, Neeraj Chopra threw the javelin at 36 degrees and inspired DIY project videos using local materials that bring the curriculum to life.

HOW TO ENROL?

The registration process for the Eklavya series has already begun on September 10, September 10 2021; students can register themselves at eklavya.IIT Gandhinagar.ac.in

DETAILS:

The following are the details of the Eklavya series:

“The fee of a participation certificate for all modules and a Certificate of Competency for the entire course is Rs 100 plus tax,” it stated.

As a result, students in these grades should take advantage of this opportunity to register and gain conceptual clarity and have fun while studying.

“All principals are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to provide their teachers with the required number of teacher professional development hours by requesting that they enroll in this course.

Successful completion of system course with assignment submission will be equivalent to 30 hours of Teacher Training/Capacity Building Program for teachers.

Time: Every Sunday from 4-5 p.m. Neeraj Chopra and Newton’s Laws of Motion (first episode, September 26, 2021)

CBSE and CCL IIT Gandhinagar are the organizers.

Participation is completely free (Registration is compulsory)

Registration and Certification: Visitccl.iitgn.ac.in/eklavya or cbseacademic.nic.in/eklavya.html to register for the programme.

http://www.youtube.com/IITGNCLI/live-episodes

Participation in the certification process: All modules receive a certificate (Rs 100 plus tax)

Certificate of Completion for the Entire Program (Rs 100 plus tax)

The first Eklavya session will take place on September 26 and focus on Neeraj Chopra and Newton’s motion rule.

Sreyasi Datta
Sreyasi Datta
An educator by profession, Sreyasi is an M.A. in English Literature. Enthusiastic about trending affairs around the world. Loves to express through writing. Tech Savvy. An Otaku who particularly prefers old anime. Caninophile. Metalhead. Foodie. An odd combination of “oh so sweet” and “shouldn’t mess with her” Thinks more than speak, notices more than you can ever realize!

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