School reopening: special syllabi aim to foster a pleasant classroom ambience

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Thiruvannathapuram: The Kerala education department has prepared a draft of the special syllabi that aim to mentally prepare the students for academics when the schools reopen on November 1. The syllabi aim to give academic orientation for students of every class and for each subject.

A group of experts at the education department would review the syllabi that have been prepared at the district level, before finalising them.

All teachers would be trained as per these guidelines before 1 November.

The Education and Training Institutes (DIET) in each district has been entrusted with imparting the measures for every class and subject too. The initial module was prepared with the help of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) officials and subject experts at camps held district-wise.

All the modules would be presented at the high-level meeting on Wednesday. The final module would be published after making the necessary additions or deletions in the modules comprising the draft.

The special syllabi and the guidelines aim to mentally prepare the students to resume on-campus learning when the schools reopen after one-and-a-half years. Thousands of students would be seeing their schools for the first time.

The syllabi aim to give priority to the personality development of students, promoting a good rapport between teachers and students and also to create a happy and joyful environment in the classrooms.  

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