Delhi government’s ‘happy curriculum’ completes three years – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Delhi government on Friday celebrated the ‘third anniversary of its happy curriculum’ for government school students across the national capital.

During the celebrations, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia exchanged views with students and teachers of several schools under the Delhi government.



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Sisodia, who has an educational portfolio, said it is gratifying to hear that the Happiness curriculum has changed the lives of children, their families and their teachers.

“In the next ten years, children will be fully absorbed in their lives, which will become an important element of their daily lives,” Sisodia said.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi launched a happy curriculum in government schools on July 2, 2018. The aim of the students is to improve the mental well-being of students, and it teaches mindfulness, socio-sensitive learning, critical thinking, problem solving and relationship building.


Recently, the Department of Education (DOE) of the Delhi government has advised all private schools in the national capital to adopt a happy curriculum to alleviate the anxiety, stress and frustration that children may face due to the Kovid-1p epidemic.

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