This will be the first reshuffle in the Council of Ministers by Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he assumed charge for a second term in May 2019.
The results of the two editions, which were postponed in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, are likely to be announced in August.
It envisages making the experience of learning at the foundational stage holistic, integrated, inclusive, enjoyable, and engaging, said the minister.
According to the report released by Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, only 16.18 per cent of government schools in Odisha have computers, few of them being functional.
He announced that he will interact with students through social media on Friday and answer queries related to two Board examinations, which were cancelled in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The guidelines talk about simple activities that caregivers can adapt to contexts and use of art and activities as tools for both learning and therapy.
Pokhriyal said this will be a positive step to boost employment opportunities for the candidates aspiring to make a career in the field of teaching.
According to sources, the minister is admitted under Dr Neeraj Nischal, an associate professor in the Department of Medicine at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
In her letter to the minister, Priyanka Gandhi shared the suggestions she received from several students and parents who had interacted with her on the matter in the past few days.
Sisodia stated that the two options given by the Centre to all states i.e, 'exams only for four major subjects', and 'exams based on objective type questions' are not adequate.
Among the suggestions were having self-centres and opting for objective-type questions that would allow the examination to be conducted online, said sources.
The School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi wrote to the Centre underscoring the fact that it would be better if the discussions are held with the State Minister and not at official level.
The Batch of 2020-21 board exam takers will create history for preparing the entire year through online classes and minimum physical classes.
The 61-year-old Union Education Minister said he is following medical advice after his report came positive.
The final decision on the CBSE Board exams can be expected today. Several students, academicians, and politicians have demanded the cancellation of board exams amid growing COVID-19 numbers.