🔥 According to CBSE, UP and Haryana Board will also cut the curriculum, Gujarat Board has already decided According to CBSE, UP and Haryana Board will now cut the curriculum, Gujarat Board has already decided
- This year, UP Board will cut the curriculum from grade 9 to 12 by 10 to 30 percent.
- The Haryana government has also decided to reduce the curriculum from 9th to 12th place in the current academic session.
July 10, 2020, 1:28 p.m.
After CBSE and CISCE compensated for the loss of education due to corona and blockage, the bodies of many states have now decided to shorten the curriculum for the next academic year. In the same order, the Gujarat government has ordered the CBSE-style curriculum to be cut from 9th to 12th place. Apart from that, the UP and Haryana State Board will also cut the curriculum given the current situation.
10 to 30 percent will be cut
This year, the UP board will cut the curriculum from grade 9 to 12 by 10 to 30 percent. According to a government proposal to this effect, 10 percent of the entire curriculum will be reduced from 9th to 12th if regular classes are not held in July. If classes are interrupted in August, the curriculum will be reduced by 20 percent and classes will be reduced by 30 percent if classes are interrupted until September. Online courses will begin in the state starting July 15.
There will also be fewer curricula in Haryana
Besides, given the loss of studies, the Haryana government has decided to reduce the curriculum from 9th to 12th place in the current academic session. To this end, the government has asked the board to prepare a report. Education Minister Kanwarpal Gurjar said there should be no stress or mental pressure on the pupils given the corona virus. If such situations persist, the state government may consider giving students tablets (computers).
CISCE and CBSE has already cut
Previously, the CISCE had decided to reduce the curriculum of all major subjects from grades 10 through 12 by 25% in the next academic session. After that, CBSE also announced a 30 percent reduction in courses from 9 to 12. The Union Minister of Education had provided information on this.