COMPUTER ANIMATION BASIC COURSE TO BE INTRODUCED IN SCHOOL BY CBSE

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 COMPUTER ANIMATION BASIC COURSE TO BE INTRODUCED IN SCHOOL BY CBSE

The students of classes IX to XII can breathe a sigh of relief as CBSE has collaborated with Oracle Academy  and is all set to make computer education more exciting for the students of these classes.

The introduction of this course in Basic Animation and creation of educational games for students will be implemented in 13500 schools across the country.

The course will focus mainly on the principles of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system and the curriculum will be available on Oracle’s iLearning portal, via a web browser, which saves any technical set-up and maintenance for participating schools.
Apparently  the computer training provided to the students  has been lacking in direction and is fundamental. This module will include 3D animation and programming lessons according to a source.

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