CBSE To Introduce Art-Integrated Curriculum For Students From Classes 1 To 10

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    Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to introduce art-integrated project work for classes 1 to 10 from this academic session. Also, a notification on the same is released on the official website. As per the notification, art-integrated education will not only facilitate joyful classrooms but will also help to educate the Indian ethos through integration of Indian art and culture in the teaching and learning process at every level. The introduction of art-integrated learning is an initiative towards Competency Based Education (CBE).

    Arts teachers and subject teachers must derive a plan of action for implementing the projects at the commencement of the academic session so that they will be able to guide the students to undertake various projects. In a letter to the schools, CBSE had stated that students of classes 9 and 10 shall do at least one art-integrated project in each subject from the academic session 2020-21. Also, students of classes 1 to 8 would be encouraged to take at least one art-integrated project in a given academic year.

    Direct link to the notification on Art integrated curriculum 

    Art Integrated Project may be conducted as per the following guidelines:
    Classes 1 to 8  Art Integrated Project should be of trans-disciplinary nature. The project work may involve more than one subject and this can be considered for Internal Assessment in the subjects concerned.
    Classes 9 and 10  Students are required to take up the art integrated project work as subject enrichment activity in all the subjects for internal assessment.
    Students across classes till grade 10 are required to integrate any art form of the paired state or UT in atleast one project, as mentioned in the ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ [united India, supreme India] Programme.

    Details of the paired states:

    • Jammu & Kashmir: Tamil Nadu
    • West Bengal: Ladakh
    • Punjab: Andhra Pradesh
    • Himachal Pradesh: Kerala
    • Uttarakhand: Karnataka
    • Haryana: Telangana
    • Rajasthan: Assam
    • Gujarat: Chhattisgarh
    • Maharashtra: Odisha
    • Goa: Jharkhand
    • Delhi: Sikkim
    • Madhya Pradesh: Manipur & Nagaland
    • Uttar Pradesh: Arunachal Pradesh & Meghalaya
    • Bihar: Tripura & Mizoram
    • Chandigarh: Dadra & Nagar Haveli
    • Puducherry: Daman & Diu
    • Lakshadweep: Andaman & Nicobar 

    Submitting reports of implementation 

    The Board has created the Art Education (AE) and Art Integrated Learning(AIL)- AE & AIL portal to report the implementation of the same. The schools are required to upload data in the AE & AIL portal for enabling students of class X and XII to appear in Board exam.

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