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CBSE offers Technology Support to Divyang Students in Exams and Studies



Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Course, Help Support and flexibility for Divyang Students in exams by using Technology 

CBSE has proposed revolutionary reform for the illiterate students. CBSE has suggested special steps for the children of special needs, in which subject to Indian sign language or Braille offer, computer-based test, the absence of attendance, different difficulty level options for important topics and subjects To provide flexibility in selection.

In the Board exams, two or one compulsory paper which is the current condition, such children can be given the exemption, and according to the formula suggested by the board, the option of Indian Sign Language can be given to the children. Similarly, Braille can also be offered as an option of language. 

By using technology, reading and teaching can be made accessible to everyone but at the present time, the lack of resources is the biggest problem. In the policy draft, the board has asked for more options on the secondary and senior secondary level, which are skill based.

In order to make such topics as mathematics, science and social sciences interesting for all students, it has been asked to provide two or three difficulty level options.

For those students who are not eligible to walk, the CBSE has asked to provide online content. In its suggestion, the CBSE has said, For students who can not reach the classroom, online class content should be prepared.


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