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Kiren Rijiju asked to conduct technical evaluation at schools and to provide report card on fitness

Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday asked all schools to conduct technical evaluation and provide progressive fitness report cards of its students.  Rijiju visited the Kendriya Vidyalaya to take part in the Fitness Week Celebrations, an initiative taken by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) as part of the ‘Fit India Movement’. “The report […]

Kiren Rijiju asked to conduct technical evaluation at schools and to provide report card on fitness
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Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday asked all schools to conduct technical evaluation and provide progressive fitness report cards of its students.

Rijiju visited the Kendriya Vidyalaya to take part in the Fitness Week Celebrations, an initiative taken by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) as part of the ‘Fit India Movement’.

“The report card that I have received from Kendriya Vidyalayas, on their observance of fitness activities after the Prime Minister launched the Fit India Movement, has been the most encouraging amongst all schools,” Rijiju said

Under the initiative, government schools will observe Fitness Week in the second, third and fourth week of November and Rijiju said private schools should also follow the same.

“Having a Fit India week in the month of November and December should be made mandatory across all schools. Fitness is a very important part of a student’s life and as we look at integrating physical activity into the curriculum, we should find ways on how to devise a marking system for it,” Rijiju said.

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