Soon, the students of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be able to share their best practices over YouTube.
CBSE has now launched its own channel on the online video brigade. The board has now asked schools affiliated to the same, to send in videos on various topics by 31 March 2013.
The main idea is to give the schools a common platform in order to promote mutual learning and create something innovative out of the given.
CBSE has come out of its way and implemented some really ‘student engaging’ and interactive activities after the introduction of the ‘CCE’ ,and this is certainly one of the ideas that are very student appealing at the moment.
CBSE has disallowed the students and the schools both from using any copyrighted material or write any content or create any, that could any hurt sentiments of any community, region, religion or creed.
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