After receiving a feedback from the public, National Council of Educational Research and Training has mulled certain kinds of changes, as well as additions in the NCERT textbooks prescribed for Classes 6 to 10. These changes have already been proposed. From Yoga to Upanishads, smrities to scientific achievements related to Ancient India as well as the information on topics like Ayurveda are likely to be added in the NCERT books from upcoming session.
The ancient past of India is necessary to be added in the school’s curriculum along with some other major
depictions and pictures which have been proposed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training. NCERT is not known to frequently make changes in its books but these changes have been proposed after receiving several feedbacks.
New Icons Introduced In NCERT Books | Know Why
The prescribed NCERT books for Classes 6 to 10 have undergone changes and as per the officials, after the changes, the emphasis is likely to be laid on the set of the Nationalist icons which were sidelined in the first place from the memory of the country. Such claims have been made by the ruling party as per the reports.
The books of National Council of Educational Research and Training which are being read by millions of students in India are likely to undergo necessary changes and are known to depict the icons of spiritual leaders like Swami Vivekananda as well as Sri Aurobindo. Freedom fighters like Vallabhbhai Patel, Peshwa Bajirao Ballal, Lala Lajpat Rai, Maharana Pratap along with Chhatrapati Shivaji and the Jat King Surajmal as well. These icons have been introduced in the History books and the ones which already existed have experienced an extension of the space which has been provided to them.
It has been felt that the need to specify the ‘glorious past’ of the country needs to be studied by the emerging youth of the country.
NCERT Books Experience Massive Changes | Check Stats Here
The comprehensive review of the NCERT Books was drafted back in 2005 which was done before the National Curriculum Framework. As of now, a total number of 1,334 changes have been sought in the NCERT Books.
Out of these, 573 corrections and additions belong to the Science subject which is followed by the social science subject in which 316 alterations have been made. The Sanskrit books of National Council of Educational Research and Training have undergone as many as 163 changes in total.