NCERT Syllabus 2022: Syllabus for all classes will be cut, applicable from new session
NCERT will cut the syllabus of all classes (NCERT Syllabus 2022). This decision is being taken so that the burden on the students can be reduced. Because offline classes are not being conducted due to Corona. Due to this the students are not able to complete the course.
Due to Corona virus infection, regular offline classes are not being held in schools for the last 2 years. This has had a direct impact on the studies of the students and due to the high syllabus, the course is also not being completed. In view of this, the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) has decided to cut the NCERT Syllabus 2022 of all classes. If all is well, then the new syllabus will be implemented in the new session i.e. from 2022-23 to 12th class.
NCERT has decided to rationalize syllabus and lighten school textbooks of all classes for the session 2022-23. The new textbooks based on the NCF 2022 are expected to be out by the academic session 2023-24.
Continuous work is being done by NCERT to reduce the syllabus. In this regard, the heads of departments of NCERT have been asked to submit the report by December 28, 2021. It is believed that many new methods for teaching students will also be suggested in the report by the Heads of NCERT. However, it is not yet clear what percentage will be cut in the syllabus.
NCERT Syllabus 2022 – At the same time, it is being claimed in media reports that NCERT in-charge Sridhar Srivastava is in the process of making National Curriculum (NCF). Because of this it may take some time to appear in the NCF books. In such a situation, continuous work is being done by NCERT so that the studies of the students can be improved.
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Let us tell you that after the second wave of Corona, schools were being opened in a phased manner in many states. But with the arrival of the new variant Omicron, schools are once again being closed as a precaution. In India too, the number of infected people is increasing continuously.
The new textbooks based on the NCF 2022 are likely to be introduced by NCERT from the academic session 2023-24. Keep following the official announcements for more updates on NCERT coursework.
At the same time, with the arrival of Omicron, once again there is a crisis in the board examinations. Plan B is also being prepared by many state boards. In this sequence, the Madhya Pradesh Board has directed to upload the half-yearly and quarterly and pre-board numbers of the students on the respective portal. So that if there is no examination, then the result of the students can be prepared on these basis.
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