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Vikash Sharma

In a bid to focus on promoting reading literacy among the students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is organizing the CBSE Reading Challenge 3.0 for students of classes 6 to 10.

The Reading Challenge will be for English and Hindi languages and the students can attempt this challenge in either or both languages, an official circular released by the Board on Monday stated.

The challenge shall be available on the DIKSHA platform from November 22 to December 31, 2021. “To access the challenge, schools affiliated to CBSE are required to register their students, provide CBSE registration IDs to students who can then join the ‘CBSE Reading Challenge 3.0’ course on the DIKSHA platform. The students of schools not affiliated to the CBSE can directly access the course on DIKSHA platform,” the circular added.

The Challenge is available at two levels:

For students of classes 6th and 7th

For students of classes 8th and 10th


-There is no participation fee for this student enrichment activity.

-The students of CBSE affiliated schools have to fill in the Registration ID (to be provided by the school/ teacher) before accessing the Quiz. Students of schools not affiliated to CBSE are to skip filling this Registration ID (leave it blank).

- Students would be required to login to portal using their existing DIKSHA credentials. If they do not have an account on DIKSHA, then they can register for the same by clicking on the “Register here” button on the page. They can also sign in with an existing Google account by clicking on the “Sign in with Google” button.

- Students who complete the course would be provided a participation certificate.

Reading Challenge English, Class 6 and 7: https://bit.ly/RC3E67

Reading Challenge English, Class 8-10: https://bit.ly/RC3E8910

Reading Challenge Hindi, Class 6 and 7: https://bit.ly/RC3H67

Reading Challenge Hindi, Class 8-10: https://bit.ly/RC3H8910

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