CBSE is providing a chance to 182 students studying from class IX to class XII in schools associated with it to visit Japan this year. The study trip would be planned as part of Japan - East Asia Network of Exchange for Students & Youth Programme.
The purpose of JENESYS is to falsify a bond among youth in Asian & Oceania countries. It is being carried out under the direction of Human Resource Development ministry. CBSE director stated as part of programme, principals would recommend 2 students & 1 teacher from every school. As many as 30 teachers and 350 students would be designated to the CBSE for final assortment.
Students would be chosen under different categories like traditional heritage, sports, etc. In sports category, students playing basketball, lawn tennis, volleyball & soccer would be selected for nominations. One student studying in classes IX to XII & between the age group of 14 to 18 year could be chosen for 1 category. Preference would be agreed upon to those who have not gone abroad.
Students would make field excursions & tours in Japan. They need to be physically fit. They would also partake in debates & creative activities and are expected to be smart enough to converse & be expressive.
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