CBSE is lifting wakefulness about heritage of India & is advising schools to play a vigorous part it in. CBSE is taking up an assortment of initiatives in this respect but the exclusive among all is the scheme of 'adopt a monument'. Central Board of Secondary Education wants schools to espouse a local monument and engage kids in diverse projects centered on the monument, with the decisive aim of elevating awareness for the heritage bequest.
The main aim of this action is to generate awareness among the students about the heritage of our nation & safeguarding it from natural calamities & human wreckage. CBSE wrote to schools saying 'monuments are the best substantiation of human spiritual, intellectual & social development as they give us glances of our collective past. They symbolize our inherent civilization & tradition; they show us the exquisiteness of our architectural inheritance & they signify the degree of the workmanship of the nation.'
CBSE has portrayed 'ancient monument' as 'any structure, monument, or place of interment, or a cave, a rock, an inscription or a monolith which is of past, archaeological or inventive significance and which has been in subsistence for not less than hundred years.'
CBSE wants to make certain that students comprehend appropriately the rationale of this activity. It says 'the mentor should speak to the students about the denotation of monument & implementation & tell them that 'Adopt a Monument' scheme doesn’t mean the sculpture or monument now belongs to the class, however the major endeavor is to study the monument, crafting wakefulness among other people.
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