CBSE To Send 250 Students To Japan Under Students Exchange Program

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CBSE Students Exchange Program In Partnership With Japan A group of around 250 students from CBSE affiliated schools will be selected to tour Japan in the months of November – December 2012. Selected students are scheduled to visit Japan in two batches. The first batch will visit from Nov 18-25 and second batch from Nov 25-Dec 5. The central board has asked schools to nominate two students and a teacher for the trip. The CBSE will have one teacher for every 15 students selected for the exchange program.

The tour is part of the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth Program (JENESYS), started in the year 2007 by the then prime minister of Japan H E Shinzo Abe.

Only students studying in Std IX-XII are eligible to participate. Apart from medical fitness, the board wants selected students to be mentally agile and creative enough to interact with other students in debates etc. The board has also stressed that these selected students must abstain from drinking and smoking. Since these students will be representatives of the youth of our country they should be highly disciplined and upholding values of punctuality and adherence to rules and regulations.

The objective of the JENESYS program is to establish a basis for Asian solidarity through various exchange programs. The program is meant to deepen mutual understanding among young people who will assume important roles in the next generation in their countries.
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