India272 Mere Sapno Ka Bharat Essay

The recent announcement from the CBSE board on Sapno ka Bharat (India of My Dreams) looks forward to celebrate the dreams of India. The board has gone ahead and dedicated 12 days for the Expression Series starting from Jan 12 to Jan 23.

“Today’s youth has many  dreams  for  this  country;  dreams  that  deserve  to  be heard. It  would  be worth  venturing  into  their  world  of  dreams.  The  period  between  12  January  2016  and  23  January 2016,  which  happen  to  be  the  birthdays  of  Swami  Vivekananda and  Netaji  Subhash  Chandra Bose respectively,  is  chosen  to  provide  a  platform  to  the  children  of  this  country  to  share  their  dreams for Bharat.” –  the CBSE circular.

The CBSE had earlier announced Expression Series on Swami Vivekananda, Jai Prakash Narayan former President A.P.J Abdul Kalam etc as well on their birth anniversaries. Students can take part in the competition of slogan writing, composition/essay  writing (250 words for Classes 1 to 8 and 500 words for Classes 9 to 12), poetry writing, and more.

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced an expression series Mere Sapno ka Bharat (India of My Dreams) from January 12 to January 23. Taking forward the series programme this time, the board has decided to dedicate 12 days to the country. "Today's youth has many

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced an expression series Mere Sapno ka Bharat (India of My Dreams) from January 12 to January 23. Taking forward the series programme this time, the board has decided to dedicate 12 days to the country.

"Today's youth has many  dreams  for  this  country;  dreams  that  deserve  to  be heard. It  would  be worth  venturing  into  their  world  of  dreams.  The  period  between  12  January  2016  and  23  January 2016,  which  happen  to  be  the  birthdays  of  Swami  Vivekananda and  Netaji  Subhash  Chandra Bose respectively,  is  chosen  to  provide  a  platform  to  the  children  of  this  country  to  share  their  dreams for Bharat," the circular issued by CBSE said.

Through this programme, a student can take part in slogan writing, composition/essay  writing (250 words for Classes 1 to 8 and 500 words for Classes 9 to 12), poetry writing, poster/painting, skit/drama etc.

All entries  will  be  submitted  to  the  Ministry  of  Human  Resource  Development  and  after analysis, the most frequently expressed "dreams" will be compiled in a booklet. Earlier, the CBSE had announced expression series on Swami Vivekananda, Jai Prakash Narayan former President A.P.J Abdul Kalam etc on their birth anniversary.

About CBSE Expression Series:

The Central Board of Secondary Education organises expression series on great leaders of India for the holistic development of students and to make them aware about the selfless and valiant services of the women and men who have served the nation. The present day India has been possible only because of the great leaders of yesteryear who worked incessantly towards nation-building and hence, through this programme, the CBSE aims at a huge participation of students.

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