The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) cases to turn into the first board to launch a ‘rap’. In the wake of releasing a series of memes to help understudies with burst exam pressure, the board has now accompanied an ‘exam anthem’.
CBSE Released ‘Exam Anthem’ with Rap
The song is accessible at the YouTube and gives students tips to have a stress-free session. From proper rest to sports, the song offers a few guidance. It also motivates the understudies to show up for exams in a morally right and not spread any rumors.
Written by CBSE chairperson Anita Karwal and chief PRO Rama Sharma, the song is sung by Devashish Pathak and Gaurav Sharma. CBSE students Swarnim, Saksham Lal, Nakshatra have also taken part really taking shape of the song.
The board has restored on new-age procedures to charm students. A year ago, after Telangana board exam results were declared, a few students had ended it all. To forestall any such occurrences, the CBSE had likewise launched an advising helpline that stays accessible previously, during and after tests. Those who wish to contact the guides can do so by means of a toll-free number, 1800 11 8004. The facility, according to the authority CBSE curriculum will be accessible till March 30, 2020. Different activities incorporate call, live tele-counseling, broad media content, question-answer sections.