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Corona impact: Schools may slash syllabus for Class 9 to 12

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New Delhi: If the pace of corona infection does not stop by the end of this month, then the curriculum from Class 9 to 12 may be cut again like last year. However, there are plans to teach the entire course so far. Despite this, the corona has started churning seriously based on the pace that has been accelerating since last week and the school closure has started. According to officials associated with the Ministry of Education, because of Corona’s growing transition, we have no other option but to teach students online. There is also a discussion on how many courses can be taught online to students.

Any decision on the status of infection will be taken by the end of this month. With this, CBSE board exams are being planned to be held on time, so that these exams can be conducted in February and March next year. At present, any decision regarding this will be taken according to the coming situation. Meanwhile, officials of the Ministry of Education have also discussed with NCERT and CBSE the challenges related to the new academic session that started. Also, they have been asked to keep a close watch.

Last year, in similar situations of transition, courses were cut up to 30%

Last year, CBSE cut the syllabus for the academic session 2020-21 from Class 9 to 12 by 30 per cent on the advice of the Ministry of Education after similar conditions of corona infection. However, this deduction was made for the same season only. Now the board examinations of Class 10 and 12 to be held from May 4 will also be conducted as per the revised syllabus. No questions will be asked out of the deleted course.

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