CBSE BOARD DECIDED TO CUT SYLLABUS UPTO 30 – 40 % in 2020-2021 SESSION
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level board of education in India for public and private schools, controlled and managed by Union Government of India. There are approximately 20,299 schools in India and 220 schools in 28 foreign countries have an affiliation.
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Generally, Every year Session starts from April month but this year it could not be possible because of Covid-19 epidemics. Now it may be possible after July when situations be normal. Because of the uncertainty of epidemics students also in doubt so CBSE & UGC also started some work in this direction.
Now CBSE & UGC also planning to cut the syllabus up to 30 to 40 % as required. Which part of the syllabus is not essential will not teach to the students. Now the problem is this if some topics cut down then how these students will be able to attempt JEE/NEET/AIEEE/ or other Competitive exams. Now the solution is, these competitions also need to cut those topics which are not taught to students in previous years.
As we know from 18 march all schools are closed due to CORONA epidemics. Even some 10th and 12th board exams also pending. Now CBSE has declared that 10th remaining exams will not be performed. Marks will be provided by internal Assessment. But 12th exams will be performed as soon as possible when CORONA impact minimize.
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