India Toy Fair 2021 For Students, Parents, and School Staff

India Toy Fair 2021
The Union Education Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ addressing at the launch of the website of ‘The India Toy Fair-2021’, in New Delhi on February 11, 2021. The Union Minister for Railways, Commerce & Industry and Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Shri Piyush Goyal and the Union Minister for Women & Child Development and Textiles, Smt. Smriti Irani are also seen.

CBSE is organizing ‘The India Toy Fair 2021’ from 27th February 2021 to 2nd March 2021 on a virtual platform.

The objective of the Indian Toy Fair 2021 is to bring the policymakers, toy manufacturers & distributors, investors, industry experts, MSMEs, artisans, start-ups, children, parents, and teachers together on a common platform.

According to the circular Toy Fair is going to be inaugurated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on 27th February 2021.

The main attractions of the Toy Fair 2021 shall include a Virtual Exhibition, online webinars by State Governments, knowledge sessions with engaging panel discussions/webinars on diverse topics by experts on areas including toy-based learning, craft demonstrations, competitions, quizzes, virtual tours, product launches, etc.

The official website and online registration for the India Toy Fair were launched today. Click here to visit the official webpage.

The Board has requested the Schools to take the following measures in this regard:

a. To broadcast the details of the Toy Fair and registration to every student, teacher, and parent.

b. Encourage the students, teachers, and parents to visit the Fair from 27th February to 2nd March 2021 virtually.

c. The schools where the classes have started from the school can dedicate a few periods when students and staff can take virtual tours of India Toy Fair 2021 and participate in craftwork, quiz, etc.

Interested Students, Parents, and School staff are required to registering, by clicking here. For further details, please refer to the attached Annexure – I of the CBSE circular.

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