The new rules direct schools to show subjects like Computer, Moral Science, General Knowledge, Sports, Physical Education, Health, and Arts without books. No books other than those recommended by the state government and the NCERT ought to be conveyed in school sacks.
Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government has chosen to lessen the heaviness of school sacks radically and its new strategy excludes understudies from 1.30 lakh schools in the state from conveying packs one time each week, according to an authority roundabout. Under its School Policy 2020 as per the National Education Policy, the Madhya Pradesh School Education division has emerged with a lightweight school sack strategy. The predefined loads of school sacks for various classes will be shown on notice sheets in schools. The new rule ought to be observed with quick impact, it said.
According to the round, a day in seven days will be “sack less” for understudies and devoted to co-educational program exercises. An administration official said Madhya Pradesh has 1.30 lakh schools with an aggregate strength of 154 lakhs understudies. The round, gave by MP School Education Department agent secretary Pramod Singh on August 29, guides all the area training officials to arbitrarily visit schools in the following three months for review and guarantee that school sacks gauge as per the new standards.
The new rules direct schools to show subjects like Computer, Moral Science, General Knowledge, Sports, Physical Education, Health, and Arts without books. No books other than those recommended by the state government and the NCERT ought to be conveyed in school packs.
With the new strategy, understudies of Classes 1 and 2 should convey school sacks weighing 1.6 kg to 2.2 kg while Classes 3, 4 and 5 from 1.7 kg to 2.5 kg. Understudies of Classes 6 and 7 should convey school packs gauging 2 to 3 kg, Class 8 from 2.5 kg to 4 kg, and Classes 9 and 10 from 2.5 kg to 4.5 kg. Schools ought to decide the heaviness of packs as indicated by various streams for classes 11 and 12, it expressed.
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