New Delhi. School education: Bihar government is gearing up to implement ‘no-bag day’ rule in schools and compulsory sports ‘period’ at least once a week to reduce the burden of students’ portfolios. The education department may issue a notification in this regard soon. Weekly ‘No-Bag Days’ will feature work-based hands-on classes.
After implementation of this rule students will come to school with tiffin box at least once a week. On that day they will not need to carry books. The day will be devoted to practical and experiential learning. The aim of such a policy is to engage students in various activities, which can have a positive impact on their learning.
Children will benefit
It will also improve the learning ability of the students.
A compulsory sports period will be implemented in schools for the purpose of participation in regional, national and international sports.
It will be implemented in both government and private schools.
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Good performance in national and international sports
“Our department is preparing a proposal in this regard. I will meet the state education minister and submit a detailed proposal to him,” said Jitendra Kumar Rai, state minister for arts, culture and youth, on introducing sports period at least once a week. ‘ starts, we can identify talent at an early stage. The government will accordingly prepare them for state, national and international sports competitions.” (with language input)
Tags: Bihar School Examination Board, Educational News, School education
First Published: September 19, 2022, 11:02 IST
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