CBSE has again come up with the CBSE Reading Challenge 3.0 for students of classes 6th to 10th. The challenge is being organized for English and Hindi and may attempt this challenge in either/both languages. The challenge is open to CBSE and Non-CBSE School Students.
The focus of the challenge is promoting Reading Literacy among the learners. The students should know that Reading Literacy is not only a foundation for achievement but also a prerequisite for successful participation in most areas of adult life.
- The challenge is available on the DIKSHA platform from 22nd November 2021 to 31st December 2021.
- CBSE School Students from class 6th to 10th are eligible to participate in this challenge.
- The Challenge is available at two levels:
- For students of classes 6th and 7th
- For students of classes 8th and 10th
- No participation fee is required to participate in the challenge.
How participate: –
- Schools affiliated to CBSE are required to register their students, then provide CBSE registration IDs to students who can then join the ‘CBSE Reading Challenge 3.0’ course on the DIKSHA platform.
- CBSE Schools to go to https://cbseit.in/cbse/web/Reading/Login.aspx and register their students.
- The students of schools not affiliated to the CBSE can directly access the course on DIKSHA platform. Click here…
Important Links: –
- Students of Class 6th and 7th should click here to register and participate in English.
- Students of Class 8th to 10th should click here to register and participate in English.
- Students of Class 6th and 7th should click here to register and participate in Hindi.
- Students of Class 8th to 10th should click here to register and participate in Hindi.
Reward and Recognition:
- Participation certificate shall be provided to all the school students who complete the challenge
- Students should ensure that they have their correct names in the DIKSHA profile.
- Students should have the latest version of the DIKSHA app or access to the DIKSHA website to receive certificates.
We request the school students to read the CBSE circular to avoid any mistakes while participating in the challenge. Click here to read the circular published by the Board.
In case of any further doubt, you may contact at 011-23231575 or send an email to email@example.com.
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