NCERT 2019: HRD ministry has directed to reduce the National Council of Educational Research and Training syllabus 10-15% from new session 2019-20. Recently the HRD Minister Prakash Javedkar held a meeting and announced to cut down the NCERT syllabus by 10-15% in the coming new session. Although it has been aimed to cut-down the NCERT syllabus by 50% by the year 2021.
Resting all the rumours regarding the cut-down of the syllabus, NCERT announced to reduce the syllabus for the year 2019 onwards. Check out new changes and more details regarding the NCERT syllabus from the session 2019-20 below.
NCERT bring on new changes for the session 2019-20
National Council of Educational Research and Training has been aiming to reduce the syllabus by 10-15% in the year 2019. In the aim to relieve students from curriculum overload, HRD Ministry has ordered NCERT to cut down their syllabus by 10-15% from the new session. Whereas the same come down by 50% till the year 2021 as per the aim of the HRD Ministry. Although till date, it will be reduced by 10-15% only, but by next year it will go upto 30-35%. Then slowly by 2021, HRD Ministry will be able to cut-down NCERT syllabus by 50% by the year 2021.
Along with relieving the students from curriculum overload, the reduction of the NCERT syllabus from 2019-20 session will give time to students for physical education, experimental learning, value education and more. Check out what’s going to be new in the CBSE syllabus after the reduction in the NCERT books from the new session.
CBSE Students get relief in Syllabus from the new session 2019-20
After the announcement of the reduction of NCERT syllabus from 2019-20 session, CBSE students have gained huge relief. According to NCERT officials, the major cuts will be there in the Social Science syllabus. Whereas not much reduction needed in the Science and Mathematics syllabus in 2019-20. Also, Class XI and XII Science syllabus do not need change.
Along with the syllabus reduction, HRD Ministry has been aiming to print more than 8 crores NCERT textbooks in the year 2019. Last year, the National Council of Educational Research and Training printed a total of 6 crores textbooks for Schools in India. More changes yet to come for the CBSE students with the new session 2019-20.