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New syllabus for Std. 9 to 12 for the year 20-21

New syllabus for Std. 9 to 12 for the year 20-21

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The economic and educational situation has deteriorated due to the lockdown and the subsequent spread of the Corona. All the schools in the country were closed for more than 6 months. Due to which the education of the children was stopped or it was done through online medium. However, the online medium was new to our country and neither the students nor the parents were able to adapt to it properly.

Due to which there was news of relief for the students who could not get co-ordination with this course by the government. Decided in the interest of students and parents. Held 4 meetings with the Board of Secondary Education. The dilemma regarding the standard 10 and 12 examinations was discussed with the academics under the instruction and guidance of the Chief Minister. It was also announced that the standard 10 and 12 examinations will be held on May 21. The standard 9 and 11 exams will be held in June.


However, the curriculum will be cut by 30 per cent by the education department. Students will have to focus on 70 percent of the curriculum. Board exams will be held in May 2021. In addition, special instructions have been given to the higher officials that nothing can be asked outside the course. This is good news for students in a way.

With schools closed due to Corona and not all students being able to study in online home learning, the state government after CBSE also made an official announcement today to finally reduce the curriculum by 30 per cent.

The government has decided to reduce the syllabus in Std. 9 to 12 by 30 per cent and along with this the new revised syllabus in each standard will be announced in detail in a few days. In addition, the government has announced to conduct Std.

The semester has started since June but the schools are closed due to Corona and it is not yet decided when it will be regularized. Had a meeting.

The last meeting, held at the end of September, also took suggestions from academics and subject matter experts. At the end of all the opinions and suggestions, the government today officially announced a 30 per cent reduction in the curriculum. Online education is ongoing but not all students in the state can study online.

Meanwhile, the CBSE had announced a 30 per cent reduction in the syllabus just two months ago, following which the state government also decided to reduce the syllabus. While important subjects including Mathematics and Science are taught by the Gujarat Board in Std. 9 to 12 as per NCERT syllabus, the course has been reduced by 30% on the pattern of CBSE.

However, in some subjects, especially in Std. 10-12, the subject matter experts of Gujarat Board have been kept ahead of the competitive examination, even though the chapters which seemed necessary for their careers have been cut by NCERT.

With a 30 per cent reduction in study, the burden of students will now decrease. However, it is important to note that the government has instructed the board to teach from 30 per cent cut-off course but no questions will be asked in the exam from the cut-off course.

In a few days, the board will post the revised syllabus of each standard on the website as per the chapter and all the schools will be notified by circular. Following Corona, the government has announced a 30 per cent reduction in courses and a postponement of board exams by almost two months. The main board exams will be held in May instead of March and the standard 9 and 11 exams will be held in June.

The academic calendar will change: the session will start late

The Corona has almost halved the academic year 2020-21, and while many days of education are still wasted, it will now have an impact on the next academic year as well. Major changes will be made in the calendar of the academic year 2021-22. As the annual examinations are to be held in June, the new academic year will not start in June and the academic session will start two months late.

IMPORTANT LINKS:::

STD. 9 :- CLICK HERE

STD. 10 :- CLICK HERE

STD. 11 :- CLICK HERE

STD. 12 :- CLICK HERE

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