To make the history subject more interesting, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has asked its affiliated schools to take students on excursions to historical sites.
A CBSE official stated that the subject history is not considered very interesting and if the subject is taught by taking students to historical sites and monuments, it will become interesting. This will also help students to study in an enhanced manner and do their projects well.
Rakesh Sachdeva, principal, DAV Model Senior Secondary School and exam counsellor said that visual contact leaves a lasting impact on the students, which makes study easy and interesting. He also added that expenses do not matter them if students are benefitting from it.
Students and parents are also happy with this move of the CBSE board.
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