Webinars for Teachers and Principals on Launch of its Student’s Handbook on Handicraft in Middle School
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in collaboration with HCSSC is pleased to announce the launch of its Student’s handbook on “Handicraft” on its official website.
This handbook is a collaborative effort between CBSE and Handicrafts and Carpet Sector Skill Council. This book will be used in the subject “Handicrafts” offered as a vocational subject from class 6 to class 8.
This book will guide the students to develop an interest in Indian crafts and study their relevance in contemporary life. It will also help students and teachers to reorganize the importance of local craft resources and the value of craftsmen in society.
The book will also help the students to focus more, strengthen visual learning, problem-solving skills which will help the students to improve their academics. This handbook consists of two parts:
- Part one deals with Paper Mache crafts where it elaborately explains the nuances, history of the craft. It also provides hands-on learning practical work.
- Part two provides detailed information on Fashion Jewellery. It covers the history behind it and how it is still relevant in the contemporary world.
|Date & Day||25 June 2021, Friday|
|Timings||11:00 am to 12:10 pm|
|Fees||There is no fee for attending this online webinar.|
|Contact for any Query||dssk.cbse[AT]gmail .com|
|Attend Webinar on||CBSE Academic &Trainings Youtube Channel|
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