Samvit’s structured PARAM Curriculum based on the Ramayana and the Mahabharata is easy to Implement in School. Ancient Indian tradition of imparting lessons through stories is used to educate the children and mould them to choose the right path in their life. Verily, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata yield a lot of values that we would want our children to imbibe. These important values and ethics that are an integral part of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata can be imparted to the children through the medium of storytelling.
In NEP 2020, skills like creativity and critical thinking; communication skills; flexibility; collaboration and social skills are considered as essential skills that need to be developed from an early age. Storytelling is universally recognised as the best medium in education to inculcate values, to develop life skills and to shape the personality of the children.
Through this medium of storytelling, skills as mentioned in NEP 2020 can be developed in children.With a view to realising the NEP 2020 Vision, in consonance with our proud heritage, Samvit Research Foundation has developed a Curriculum with age-specific versions of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata for our school children – as part of Samvit PARAM Module.
Supporting materials for the implementation in the schools for 6th standard students:
- Story Book – Ramayana for Children
- Workbook – Ramayana for Children
- Teacher Handbook – Ramayana for Children
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