The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday has issued an important notice to all schools in the country regarding art-integrated education to students from class 1 to 10th. In this notice, CBSE should have done at least one art based project from 9th, 10th students in each subject. It should be started from this session i.e. academic year 2020-2021. Along with this, students from first grade to 8th should also be encouraged to make at least one art based project.
Union Human Resource Development Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ shared information about this on microblogging site Twitter on Friday.
CBSE created these guide lines for art-integrated projects
1- Class 1-8: Project should be of transdisciplinary nature. More than one subject should be included in the project work and it should be considered as an internal assessment of the subject.
2- Class 9-10: Students will create an art integrated project for internal assessment of all subjects which will make a subject more effective.
The implementation behind this project is to create awareness about the cultural vastness and diversity of the country. So the students will prepare their presentation in one of the forms of Indian Tomorrow with the subject. It can be visual or performance.
The CBSE notice states that students from class 1 to 10th will have to show the art form of any state / UT of India in at least one project work which will be part of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat program.
The board advised the schools to upload data on Art Education and Art Integrated Learning Proct of the students, an AE and AIL portal is being prepared which will keep the record of students joining the 10th, 12th examination.