CBSE has announced Artificial Intelligence as a part of school curriculum. It is a major announcement done by CBSE according to future prospects . CBSE official have decided to add Artificial intelligence introduction in class 8,9, and 10th. Artificial Intelligence is an elective subject for the students. They can choose it according to their convenience. Artificial intelligence Optional subject in CBSE AI, data analytics and big data are helpful technologies in future.
Maintaining data and optimizing things is not an easy task. For better optimization these technologies are required. These technologies are helping in reducing human effort. Creating possibilities through machine to manage large data is part of artificial intelligence. CBSE is continuously changing its curriculum to update it according to new trends and environment. Recently CBSE announced sports as a part of education system for healthy children according to current atmosphere.
Younger generation is the future of country and they should have knowledge of current happenings. A first step awareness towards emerging technologies will help them to learn about pros and cons of technologies. The decision of adding Artificial Intelligence was taken by board members in a session held at NITI Aayon. According to an official
“The board held consultations with stakeholders, including with a school that was already teaching the subject. Consequently, after comprehensive discussions, the board has decided to include artificial intelligence as an optional subject”
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