Thiruvananthapuram: A three-day national
seminar on curriculum reforms in school education in the country, being organised by the Kerala State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT), began here on Wednesday.
State Education Minister M A Baby inaugurated the
seminar, being attended by representatives from 18 states, an
official release here said.
The meet was aimed at providing a platform for sharing
the experiences of states in the curriculum change process
since the announcement of the National Curriculum Framework in
2005, the release said.
Directors of SCERTs from each participating state would
make deliberations on the subject, focussing on the curriculum
reforms initiatives in the respective states in conjunction
with the National Curriculum Framework 2005.
The seminar was expected to draw up a road map for
curriculum reforms in various states for ensuring quality,
keeping in tune with the national perspective, the release