CBSE also takes steps towards decreasing the syllabus of board classes after ICSE. And CISCE.
It’s a relief given to students as their studies are highly affected by novel coronavirus. CBSE is trying to make up for the loss of students’ education due to novel coronavirus infection. Union Human Resource Development Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has given information in a tweet.
According to their tweet, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board exam syllabus will be cut by 30 %, but the core concept will remain intact. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has helped CBSE reduce syllabus CBSE had told NCERT that instead of recommending the removal of an entire chapter, it may be suggested to remove certain topics or themes from a chapter.
If any topic or theme is repeating or overlapping in more than one chapter or the information related to it is being found in another chapter, then that topic or theme can be removed. This method of syllabus deduction will be adopted for class 9th to 12th Class. For the class 8th and below the decision about the cut in syllabus can be taken by school itself. Deleted syllabus of class 9th to class 12th can be checked on following link of CBSE site