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Rajasthan School Syllabus 2020: Major decision of Rajasthan Government, 48 percent reduction in syllabus

Rajasthan School Syllabus 2020: Government of Rajasthan has decided to reduce the syllabus from class 1 to class 5 keeping in mind the corona virus epidemic. The curriculum has been cut by 48 percent for the academic year 2020-21 by the state education department and has been fixed at 52 percent. In this regard, the education department of the state has shared the information by tweeting through its official tweeter account.

The Department of Education has written in its tweet that due to the global epidemic Kovid-19 in the academic session 2020-21, the Department of Education has taken a major decision to maintain the continuity of learning and teaching process in the students and promote them to the next class. The department has fixed 52 per cent reducing the syllabus of students from class 1 to 5. Please tell that a letter has been issued to all the District Education Officers of the state in this regard. However, there is no update regarding syllabus reductions for classes 6 and above.

Let us know that recently the Rajasthan government has decided that schools will be closed till 31 December due to increasing cases of epidemics in the state. The decision will be taken to reopen the schools after reviewing the status of Kovid-19 in the state in the last week of December. Earlier, the Rajasthan government had decided to keep all educational institutions, including schools, colleges in the state closed till November 30. An order was issued in this regard on behalf of the State Home Department. Explain that the Rajasthan government has now decided to increase the scholarship amount and annual family income limit for the students studying in Sainik Schools in the state. The state government will provide Rs 15,000-37,500 to students studying in Sainik schools in Chittorgarh and Jhunjhunu instead of Rs 10,000-25,000.

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