CBSE Rationalises Syllabus

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has rationalised the coursework of grades 9 to 12 students by around 30%, with the aim of reducing their burden. It has released the syllabus for the 2022-23 academic session. The board has said that the rationalisation of syllabus is in alignment with the recommendations of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).

It has also been officially declared by CBSE that only one board examination will be conducted for the 2022-23 batch, and it will be held at the end of the academic session. The board had opted for a two-exam process in the ongoing session as a one-time measure due to the covid-19 pandemic.

According to a section of teachers, chapters dealing with the rise of Islamic empires in Afro-Asian regions, chronicles of Mughal courts, the Cold War, and the industrial revolution, have been removed from the History and Political Science syllabus of grades 11 and 12 by the board. Some of them have raised concerns about the removal of these chapters stating that it is irrational as many topics of the excluded chapters are relevant in present times as well.

In response, CBSE officials stated that the board followed a due process while rationalising the syllabus. An official said that teams of experts have worked on it and they will shortly release a detailed statement on how the board has rationalised the syllabus.

Vinod Kakumanu

Vinod Kakumanu

Founder & Consultant - School Serv

Vinod Kakumanu heads a team of school services professionals and is an independent commentator on Indian school education scenario. Vinod has assisted school promoters establish 35+ schools besides providing ancillary services to over 1000 schools across India. He envisions a future where quality education is made available to every child of the country. The focus he places on the quality of the deliverables and customer satisfaction has made him renowned in the field of K-12 school education.

Write to our School Consultant:

All Comments:

Related on Founder's Blog

Popular on Founder's Blog