Gujarat signs Memorandum of Understanding with Cambridge for “Excellence Mission Schools”



In order to ensure that the best curriculum can be designed for the Mission Schools of Excellence project, the education department of the government of Gujarat on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Cambridge, according to an official statement from the Government of Gujarat. state government.

The Memorandum of Understanding between the Cambridge Partnership for Education, part of the University of Cambridge and the Government of Gujarat, will allow collaboration on curriculum development, assessment, teaching resources and d learning and training of teachers.

“Through bilingual media and learning by doing, this program will develop 21st century and English skills in all students, which will be assessed to international standards. To be implemented in boarding schools of excellence from the academic session 2022, while classes 6 to 8 will be bilingual, class 9 will be in English, ”Education Secretary Vinod Rao told The Indian Express.

The Memorandum of Understanding signed between the University of Cambridge and the Gujarat Council for Secondary and Higher Education (GSHSEB) states that the collaboration aims at “the development of a program of excellence for learners within the framework of boarding schools of excellence within the framework of the Schools of Excellence of the mission, the implementation of international assessment standards. , developing resources for teaching and learning, teacher preparation and training, advice on admission tests for schools of excellence and exploring Cambridge counseling and guidance opportunities at the GSHSEB ”.

After signing the memorandum of understanding, the statement said, Education Minister Jitu Vaghani expressed confidence that he will provide Gujarat students with the opportunity to gain a world-class education.

Quoting Vaghani, the statement also said it was the first such memorandum of understanding signed in the country.

“The aim of signing this MoU is to design a curriculum for students in grades 6 to 12 (in public schools) in accordance with international standards. In the future, this partnership with Cambridge will help improve the educational level of students in Gujarat.

Vaghani also referred to the MoU at a press conference to brief the media on decisions made at the weekly State Cabinet meeting. He said the MoU was signed to ensure that children from the weakest strata of society (students in public schools) receive world-class education and feel the government is supporting them.



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