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CBSE To Launch Budding Authors Programme to Explore Students Creativity

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will launch the ‘Budding Authors Programme’ tomorrow on 23rd August, 2022. The program will provide an opportunity for the learners to explore their creativity. This special programme will be launched online and will be streamed live on the YouTube channel “CBSE Academics And Training” at 3pm tomorrow.

CBSE Budding Authors Programme 2022

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to launch the budding authors programme to provide learners the platform to explore their creativity. The programme will start on 23rd Aug 2022. In this special event the student will get the chance to read and write short stories, and will get the opportunity to get published. This special event is a part of 75th Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative by the central government of India.

In the CBSE Budding Authors Programme students will read and write short stories and will get published. The launch event will be streamed live at 3PM on the YouTube Channel “CBSE Academics And Training”.

This CBSE Budding Authors Programme will be conducted in partnership with Central Square Foundation and Pratham Books’ Story Weaver. As per the official statement, this programme is an extension of the CBSE Reading Mission and will help the learners to nurture their story reading and writing skills.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Reading Mission aims to enhance students’ reading capabilities and will improve reading literacy among the students. The mission was started in september 2021 in partnership with Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver and Central Square Foundation. Under this mission the CBSE affiliated schools have access to English and Hindi literature for Class 1-8 students. The mission will promote the reading of literature within the students, and this initiative is in line with the Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver and Central Square Foundation.

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