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An Oswaal Books-Fijeeha 10-Point Charter on Innovative Learning Unveiled

News Desk, News Nation 360: West Bengal’s perennial quest for knowledge, excellence, and innovation coupled with its sustained emphasis on quality school education are making the state as new talent powerhouse of the world. Inaugurating Oswaal Books Roundtable on school education, Minister-of-State, Department of Youth Services and Sports Laxmi Ratan Shukla said state’s children possess an enormous potential and have demonstrated incredible abilities to excel in diverse fields. Principals, teachers, learning experts, journalists, parents and students participated in the 7th Oswaal Books Roundtable, the outcome of which will be submitted as a Set of Recommendations to the state government. A special Oswaal Books-Fijeeha 10-point Charter on Effective Learning was also unveiled by distinguished guests. Prashant Jain, Marketing Director, Oswaal Books said that through the guidelines, they wish to contribute constructively to the intellectual strength and abilities of teachers and parents. By minor tweaking in the way they approach learning, they can make a world of difference. Ideas like engaging children in creative pursuits, multifaceted disciplinary approach, identifying core strengths of children, planned classroom lessons, fostering enthusiasm for the subject among students, focused collaboration and emphasis on a mix of textbooks and helps books are some of the highlights of the Effective Learning framework that are highlighted in this Charter. This is the 7th edition of Oswaal Books Roundtable and they intend to conduct three such roundtables every year in order to connect more teachers, principals, students and stakeholders from the government. They have established as an important voice across 6 states - Delhi, Bihar, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka - worked closely with 1000 bright teachers, students, parents, policymakers and journalists.

Pic : Krishnendu Kundu

Report : Anustup Kundu