CBSE, Kendriya Vidyalaya and ICSE are now starting separate schools to make children laugh
The study, don't laugh Focus on studies, bring seriousness in studies. All this advice is often given by teachers to students. As a result, there are only 20 per cent of children in schools who laugh regularly and are happy. This has been revealed in a survey conducted by NCERT.
CBSE, Kendriya Vidyalaya and ICSE start
Following the survey report, CBSE, ICSE has instructed schools to run laughing classes. At the same time, the Laughing class will be started in the schools of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan from the new session. According to the board, the school can hold a laughing class any day of the week at its convenience. During this time, students will also get a chance to laugh openly, tell jokes and mimicry.
Happiness index will be increased During the Laughing class children will be told the advantages of laughing. Those teachers will be selected for this class, who solve even the smallest problems of children in a pinch. The Happiness Index will be increased by changing the school environment.
Principal PK Singh of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Bailey Road, told that the atmosphere of the school will change with happiness.
The lifestyle of children has changed. In such a situation, they have different problems with many things. In such a situation, their tension in the laughing class will be less. Every school should adopt this. - Rajiv Ranjan, City Coordinator, CBSE
According to the survey report of the board, most of the children in the school are sometimes disturbed due to teacher scolding, parents' talk and homework tension. There is always a ruckus in them.
The survey said that 30 per cent of the children laugh once or twice on several days. There is always a fear in children. To relieve tension, many children also take intoxication.