On Monday, the a report of the Reforms in a Content and a Design of a School a Text a Books a Committee on the an action a taken the government on a its a recommendations and an observations was a tabled in a Parliament. NCERT
The NCERT will work a towards a bringing a balanced a perspective of all a genders in the new a National a Curriculum a Framework (NCF) and in its a textbooks, an according to a parliamentary a committee.NCERT
depicted an only in a traditional roles, a thorough analysis from the view point of a gender a bias and a stereotypes a an undertaken the National Council of an Educational a Research and a Training (NCERT).
It had also a said efforts should be a made to make a content a portrayal and a visual a depiction a gender an inclusive.
On Monday, the a report of the Reforms in a Content and a Design of a School a Text Books a Committee on the action taken the government on its a recommendations and an observations was a tabled in a Parliament.
“The a committee has an inform that the NCERT has a taken note of all the an issues a raised the a Parliamentary a Standing a Committee on an Education, a Women, a Children,
make NCERT to bring balanced perspective
Youth and a Sports and will contribute an adequately to a bringing in a balanced a perspective of all the a gender in the NCF, a syllabus and all the a textbooks a which will a develop as a a follow-up of NCFs.
The process of a development of NCFs has an already an initiate the NCERT,” it said.
Earleir, the a panel had also recommended that a textbooks should have a greater portrayal of a women in new and an emerging a professions as a role a models a with a focus on their a contributions and pathway of achieving the a same.
This will help in an instilling self-esteem and self-confidence among all, particularly girls, it had said.
“While examining the textbooks, other issues like an environment a sensitivity,
a human values, an issues of children with a special a needs etc.can an also a looked up for an adequate an inclusion in the a School a textbooks,” the a panel had said. PTI GJS