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NCERT to Cut Down 50% of the Syllabus From Session 2019 | Here’s the Reason Why?

NCERT 2018-19: National Council of Educational Research and Training has been planning to reduce the syllabus by 50% from the next session 2019. As per the new rule of Central Government, NCERT has been advised to reduce down the syllabus from the upcoming session. So get ready to cut down your stress as well students, as NCERT curriculum to going to be reduced like anything.

Although on the other side, parents have been demanding to make NCERT books compulsory in all the schools. Whereas NCERT will have to now reduce the burden of the syllabus from students and has to cut shot it by 50% from next session 2019.

NCERT to Reduce Curriculum by 50% from the Next Session 2019

National Council of Educational Research and Training has been bringing a lot of changes in the education system for the benefits of the students. From the year 2019 onwards, the Council has been planning to reduce down the curriculum of every school by 50%. With this step, Government of India will give rise to sports in the country. HRD Ministry has directed NCERT to reduce down the syllabus from the upcoming session.

Although no official node has been made by National Council of Educational Research and Training for the same but it seems to be implemented soon. NCERT has also asked suggestions from the people as well to help them out for the same. After scrutinising the suggestions, NCERT will come up will some alternate for the reduction of the syllabus.

Here’s the Reason Why NCERT has to cut-down the Syllabus?

Although the step has been taken to make sports compulsory in all schools by the Sports ministry. As per the Sports minister, Schools should make sports a compulsory period for the encouragement of Sports. After the reduction of the NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) curriculum from session 2019, Sports ministry will look on to the schools for a compulsory Sports period.

Although its a good move by the Government to reduce down the burden of the Students and to increase their interest towards physical sports. But for the same students have to wait a lil bit more as NCERT and HRD Ministry is looking up for an alternate.

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