CBSE syllabus: Good news for students from class 9th to 12th in CBSE schools. The government has reduced the syllabus of CBSE class 9th to 12th by 30%. Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank made this announcement on Tuesday. He tweeted, “CBSE has rationalized syllabus for classes 9 to 12 by 30 percent keeping in mind the educational loss during the Kovid-19 lockdown.”
Nishank said that due to the loss of students’ education due to Kovid-19 infection and lockdown, we had asked CBSE to reduce syllabus from class 9th to 12th.
To aid the decision, a few weeks back I also invited suggestions from all educationists on the reduction of #SyllabusForStudents2020 and I am glad to share that we received more than 1.5K suggestions. Thank you, everyone, for the overwhelming response.@PIB_India@MIB_India
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 7, 2020
In another tweet, Nishank said, ‘To help in the decision, a few months ago I also asked for suggestions from all academics for reduction of the syllabus with the hashtag # SyllabusForStudents2020. I am happy to say that we received more than 1500 suggestions. Thanks to everyone for this wonderful response. ‘
CBSE Releases Notification of Revise Syllabus Following the announcement by HRD Minister, CBSE has also issued a notification to revise Academic Syllabus 2020-2021 from class 9th to 12th. The notification says that due to Kovid-19 and lockdown, there has been a lot of loss of students’ studies. The classroom study has been badly affected. The syllabus from class 9th to 12th has been rationalized keeping in view the situation and keeping the core subjects in the course.
CBSE said that the heads and teachers of all the schools should also ensure that the topics which have been removed from the syllabus, should also be explained and explained to the students when required. However, the removed topics will not be a part of the internal assessment and annual board examinations. Questions will not be asked from the topics removed in internal assessment and annual board examinations.
Students of class 1st to 8th can follow the alternate calendar issued by NCERT.
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