NCERT 2018: National Council of Educational Research and Training has been planning to bring on huge changes from Session 2019 in Schools. As of now, parents have been pressurizing the Government to make it compulsory for Schools to follow NCERT Books. On the other hand, NCERT has been on the edge come up with a new era of Education system in the schools from 2019 onwards.
National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) books recently entered the curriculum of few State Government Schools. Know details of the upcoming changes in the education system in India by the NCERT and Government of India below.
NCERT to bring on these all changes from Next Session in Schools
National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) firstly announce to cut down the syllabus by 50% from the new session 2019. Although the reason for the same is to introduce a mandatory sports period for the students in the schools from 2019 onwards. Although no confirmation on the same has been made yet by the NCERT officials. Secondly, it has also been heard that schools using the Non-NCERT books has to lose their license soon.
Also, NCERT is planning to make Yoga a mandatory subject from Class 6 onwards in the Schools from 2019. Alongside, NCERT has also going to train teachers with the online courses that will make students understand the things better than earlier. Although lot more is yet to come with the start of the new session 2019.
Will the NCERT changes will be beneficial for Students or not?
Although the National Council of Educational Research and Training has been planning multiple things altogether, will it be beneficial for the future of the School going students? As of now, no one has the answer to this question. On one hand, students are rejoicing with the reduction of 50% of the syllabus. On the other hand, teachers are opposing the reduction of the syllabus.
Although the final announcement of the NCERT will only answer which plan has benefitted the students, as well as the teachers, from 2019 onwards. Till the time students, as well as Schools, have to go according to the syllabus of NCERT Books only.