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Kejriwal government’s gift to students, cake will be cut in government school


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Published: Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 20:50 [IST]

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New Delhi:
The Delhi government keeps doing something to improve its schools. In such a situation, now the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi has issued a circular. In this circular, the birthday of all the children studying in the school will be celebrated under the Happiness Curriculum in the government schools of Delhi. With this initiative of the Kejriwal government, children studying in government schools will now be able to celebrate their birthday in the school itself. From now on, on the occasion of their birthday, children will be able to cut cake among their friends and teachers in the school itself.

Arvind Kejriwal

With this unique initiative of the Kejriwal government, students studying in government schools will feel special. At the same time, the Delhi government has taken this decision to motivate the students and maintain a positive environment. Birthday will be celebrated in the school under the Happiness Curriculum for all the students studying in Delhi government schools up to class 8. On the other hand, under the Happiness Curriculum in this Delhi government schools, different activities are done to the students, so that the students do not feel burdened about studies and always remain stress free. From now onwards, under this Happiness Curriculum, the birthday of students up to class 8 will be celebrated in the school itself.

Let us inform that in the year 2018, the Delhi Government had started the Happiness Curriculum in Government Schools. In this, a class of happiness is taken for the students of classes 1 to 8 under the Happiness Curriculum. In this, children are told to be happy, to be motivated and about positive things. From now onwards, in this Happiness Curriculum, the birthdays of children studying in Delhi government schools from class I to VIII will be celebrated.

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According to the information, the Kejriwal government has raised the Happiness Curriculum Activity from the fundamental principles of UNESCO. In this, along with reading, children are taught many things. Now the Delhi government will celebrate the birthdays of school children under this.

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Kejriwal government’s gift to students, cake will be cut in Delhi’s government school

Story first published: Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 20:50 [IST]

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