CBSE Board reduces the syllabus

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CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has reduced syllabus from class 9th to 12th std. Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ asked the CBSE to “revise” the curriculum. Keeping in view “extraordinary situation prevailing in the country and the world” they have announced that about 30 percent of the syllabus will be reduced.


The decision was taken due to our today’s condition caused due to coronavirus. This has benefited the students and teachers will get some relief. It has benefited students who wish to give competitive exams. Now will be able to concentrate more on the exams and will clear with a great result.

CBSE has asked NCERT to reduce some of the chapters from the books of class 9th to 12th std. In Social Science – democratic rights challenges to democracy, citizenship, food security, gender, religion, caste, and secularism.

From class XII textbooks, the NCERT has decided to delete sections. Dealing with the government’s five-year plan and economic development. Under ‘Planned Development’; India’s relations with neighbors Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar under the chapter ‘India’s Foreign Policy’.Along with an entire chapter on social movements and regional aspirations in India.

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