Art education to begin in government primary schools in Udaipur

Art education to begin in government primary schools in Udaipur 

Art subject will be included in the curriculum of government schools in Rajasthan

Art Taught in Government schools

Painting will now be included in the curriculum of government schools in the state, starting from the first grade. This initiative will benefit a total of 702,300 children across 14,246 schools in the state. Among them, 111,050 students enrolled in grades I to V at 2,223 primary schools in Udaipur will also be a part of this program. The directive to implement this change has been issued by T. Shubmangala, the Project Director of the Rajasthan School Education Council Dr. T Shubhamangala, IAS has announced the implementation of a new education initiative in Rajasthan. As part of this initiative, the subject of art has been introduced from the first grade onwards, in contrast to the previous practice of starting it from the sixth grade and continuing until the final session. The goal behind this change is to enhance children's interest in the field of art.

As part of the new education policy, art kits will be provided to children in the coming months through a collaboration between the Foundation for Literacy and Numeracy (Nipun Bharat) and the Education Department. These kits will contain various art supplies such as drawing sheets, pens, pencils, sketches, and watercolors. Additionally, stencils and images of significant figures, animals, and birds will be included. These resources will enable children to showcase their artistic abilities.

Within the school setting, a child will be designated with the responsibility of overseeing these art-related activities. Opportunities for artistic expression and motivation will be integrated into events like prayer meetings, children's gatherings, and the final period of the school day. This approach aims to encourage and engage children in artistic endeavors from an early stage.

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