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NCERT Syllabus to Be Decreased by Half for CBSE Boards 2019 says MHRD

NCERT Syllabus to Be Decreased by Half for CBSE Boards 2019 says MHRD

HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar has given a big relief to school students. According to sources“NCERT Syllabus to Be Decreased by Half for CBSE Boards 2019” says MHRD. Yes you have heard right, Human Resource Development Minister Javadekar Plans To Reduce NCERT Syllabus by Half for CBSE Boards 2019.

While giving an interview he said that all-round development of students is mandatory, but the NCERT Syllabus is much more than the syllabus of B.A., B.Com courses. This leads students detached from other activities.

Students Need More than Education:

MHRD Javadekar told in an interview that “At the stage of development of cognitive skills, students need to be given full freedom. I have asked NCERT to reduce the syllabus by half and it will be effective from the 2019 academic session,”

Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar also said that in the next part of the Budget Session, The Parliament will consider a bill to reform school education.

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NCERT Syllabus Is Much More Than That Of Graduation:

While giving his statement, the Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said that the course of NCERT is much more than the course of BA, B.Com hence it is must for NCERT syllabus to be reduced by half from 2019.

Examinations are Still Important:

But he clarified that exams will not be done away with. “Without examinations, there is no competition and no target,” Javadekar said. “There must be an element of competition for better outcomes.”

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Re-Introduction of Examinations And Detentions:

While talking about the reforms he also elaborates that examinations and detentions will be introduced.  A bill in regard to same will be considered in Parliament in next budget session’s part.

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Another Chance to One Time Failure:

While giving students one more breath of relief, the Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said that in case if a student get failed in March examination then he or she will be given one more chance to qualify through May Examination.

Continuing the speech MHRD Javedkar said that If the matter of fact that a student flunks both the times, then only he or she would be detained.

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Poor Quality Of Teachers- A matter of Concern:

Being true to the media Human Resource Development Minister PrakashJavadekar also highlighted the fact about poor quality of teachers. He said that under the Right to Education Act, only 5,00,000 teachers out of 20,00,000 teachers who were to be trained by 2015 could be covered

This is not enough over 14, 00,000 teachers were undergoing through a skill up gradation programme, but no benefits were there as the results were not good.

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Report For New Education Policy:

Soon after the approval regarding changed in Education policy i.e. NCERT Syllabus to be cut by Half from 2019, the report for new education policy will be published.

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We hope the news regarding NCERT syllabus will be reduced by half from 2019 academic year will give students a beam of happiness. If you want to express your views regarding information given here in this article of then you may mention your comments in below given comment box.

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One Response to "NCERT Syllabus to Be Decreased by Half for CBSE Boards 2019 says MHRD"

  1. jasemini

    I will be in class 12 this year (from april onwards)…I want to clarify if syllabus will be halved for us also …..for our board exams in march 2019?….Please tell me if it would be applicable for us also????

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