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Indian school in Dubai gives free access to CBSE textbooks


DUBAI: An Indian High School in Dubai has given its students loose get right of entry to to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) textbooks and learning resources on-line for all of the duration of this time period amid the coronavirus pandemic,it used to be reported.

The school has offered to offer 100 consistent with cent loose get right of entry to to CBSE textbooks and learning resources in virtual form at no additional value to all our students for all of the duration of this time period, the Khaleej Times quoted the Indian High School group of faculties' CEO, Punit MK Vasu as saying on Thursday.

The time period for Indian curriculum faculties starts from end of March to June.

In a letter to parents, Vasu said: "This will provide vital financial aid as no prices will need to be incurred at the bodily acquire of any CBSE textbooks for this whole time period.

"Our students can even take pleasure in a virtual learning app evolved by a world publisher and students will have whole loose get right of entry to to thrilling virtual content together with activities, assessments, movies and so a lot more."


The school will take a call at the bodily acquire of textual content books and the continuation of virtual textual content books in September, relying at the prevailing well being scenario, explained Vasu.


He suggested folks not to acquire any bodily textual content books from third-party vendors till further notice.


"We are but to confirm minor prices, if any, on e-text books for MoE comparable topics corresponding to Moral Education, Islamic Studies and Social Studies," he used to be quoted as saying in the Khaleej Times report, reiterating that the Indian High School is a not-for-profit school.


The school has additionally aided households immediately hit by the crisis by offering "need-based admissions" to those in need.


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