Sanjay Kumar, IAS, Secretary, Department of School Education and Literacy along with CBSE Chairperson, Nidhi Chhibber, IAS, held a productive meeting with principals of CBSE-affiliated schools today in the capital.

The interaction took place both physically, with over 250 principals from Delhi and NCR region, and virtually, as principals from across India and abroad joined the live session through the CBSE YouTube channel.

The meeting aimed to gather insights and experiences of schools in adapting to the objectives of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, which was launched three years ago.

Nidhi Chhibber highlighted the significance of creating a wholesome learning environment and cited

examples of art-integrated activities, project-based assessments, and fostering 21st-century skills in CBSE schools.

She emphasised the crucial role of schools in transforming and keeping pace with changes to maintain the educational ecosystem.

Sanjay Kumar delved into the challenges of ensuring basic minimum proficiency among students and enabling them to make informed choices based on their interests and aptitudes.

He stressed the integration of academic and skill subjects, with a focus on long-term benefits and preparing students for the world of work.

The discussion revolved around aligning teaching, learning, and assessment methodologies with the goals of NEP 2020.
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