"The curriculum will be taught to around eight lakh students from nursery up to class 8 students of all the Delhi government schools from July," he told reporters here.
Addressing a gathering at the Excellence in Education awards at Thyagraj Stadium in February this year, Mr. Sisodia had said that the government has commissioned a team of experts, including school teachers, which is preparing a framework for the happiness curriculum.
The final draft of the 'Happiness Curriculum' was approved at a meeting chaired by Mr. Sisodia recently.
According to the Deputy CM, the curriculum will include meditation, moral values and mental exercises and its core idea is to produce "sarvagun sampann" (versatile) "professionals and human beings who could serve the society with happiness".
Mr. Sisodia expressed his wish that after ten years or more, these children will become professionals like doctors and engineers filled with happiness and serve the society.
He said that work was started on the curriculum from January this year and a team of 35-40 experts worked on it.
The curriculum will cater to around eight lakh students from nursery up to class 8 students of all the Delhi government schools.
(With Inputs from PTI)
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