CBSE and Adobe Announce Creativity Challenge For Students to Celebrate 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

October 3, 2019, 12:17 pm

CBSE has detained hands with Adobe to communication a Creativity Challenge over its 20,000 partnered schools, to advance Gandhian qualities among students, while giving a driving force to computerized proficiency and early inventive aptitudes improvement crosswise over India.Memorial the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi to be celebrated on 2 October 2019.

We at CBSE have been on a duty to use technology as an enabler of our education system, and many steps have been taken by our team in this direction. This year, as we celebrate the momentous occasion of the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi Birth. This contest will also play a pivotal role in encouraging more and more students in India to develop creative skills that are crucial for their long-term growthCBSE. We are excited to partner with Adobe for the forthcoming launch CBSE-Adobe Creativity Challenge in schools, a special initiative that will honour the Father of our nation.

India has one of the most energetic instructive environments on the planet. As advanced winds up vital to opening the imaginative potential and critical thinking abilities of India’s young understudies, there is a developing requirement for utilization of inventive instruments in the Indian study halls. In accordance with our responsibility to changing the world through computerized encounters, Adobe India is profoundly put resources into empowering the selection of these devices crosswise over schools, so understudies are creating advanced ranges of abilities and specialized expertise that are critical to prevailing in a world progressively determined by innovation.

We are respected to collaborate with CBSE to dispatch the Adobe Creativity Challenge and are certain that this activity will go far in empowering understudies over the length and broadness of India to grandstand their innovative abilities".Adobe study, which surveyed 500 Gen Z students and 200 teachers in India, concluded that a staggering 94% of students and 91% of teachers see creativity as essential to students’ future careers.