CBSE students to study Priyanka Chopra’s life - Firstpost Itâ€™s important for school syllabi to remain updated so that its students are aware of whatâ€™s going on in the world around them. Perhaps that why CBSE-affiliated Springdales School has included actress Priyanka Chopra in their curriculum. After Rajinikanth, whose life story made it to a section in the CBSE curriculum titled â€ Dignity of workâ€, itâ€™s now time for students to know all there is to know about the life of Priyanka Chopra. (Or at least all that is fit to print in a textbook.) Courtesy: Facebook Chopraâ€™s life will be studied by students of Environment Studies. In case you thought this is because sheâ€™s adopted a tiger called Durga and a lioness called Sundari, and has a dog called Brando, think again. Chopra is in the chapter titled â€œRoving Families, Shifting Homes.â€ Thanks to her parents being physicians in the Indian army, sheâ€™s had the nomadic childhood that is familiar to many â€˜Army kidsâ€™. The actresses with parents in the Indian army that Chopra presumably beat to enter the Environmental Studies textbook include Preity Zinta, Anushka Sharma, Gul Panag and Chitrangada Singh. Chopra seems to have the most miles covered among all of them. Until the age of 13, Chopra, whose parents were physicians in the Indian Army, grew up in a number of places, including Delhi, Pune, Lucknow, Bareilly, Ladakh, Chandigarh and Ambala. Then, she went to America to live with her aunt. She returned to India while in high school and completed her schooling in Bareilly. Chopra moved to Mumbai with her family when she decided to become an actress. Thereâ€™s no confirmation about whether the size of Chopraâ€™s carbon footprint as a result of all this jetting around will be calculated in the Environmental Studies course.