Online classes are being conducted in schools this year due to Corona virus. Educational institutions are completely closed, due to which education has been affected. It is reported that the syllabus of CBSE Board can be reduced by 33 percent, in addition to changes in the paper pattern. CBSE can make changes in its new academic year by looking at the corona virus outbreak. With this, a change in exam pattern is also expected. According to sources, this year, I can cut the syllabus of CBSE by 33 percent. The operation of online class is quite different from the offline class.
Due to the lockdown caused by Corona virus infection, the school has been completely closed for the last two-three months. Apart from this, examinations have also been postponed. Now considering the lack of time, the syllabus of CBSE is going to be cut. Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank gave this information through a tweet.
He tweeted, "In view of the current situation and after much request from parents and teachers, we are considering reduction in syllabus and teaching hours for the upcoming academic session." He suggested to all teachers, academics on this matter Was sought
In a recent meeting between Union Human Resource and Development Minister (HRD) Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and the state's Education Minister, Delhi's Deputy CM and Education Minister Manish Sisodia also voiced concern and only chapters from school textbooks were short. Apart from this, he also spoke on the pretext of JEE and NEET exams to be held next year.
This year's new CBSE syllabus, released in early April, may have made some changes for classes 9 to 12 to ease the pressure on students, but the lockdown, which continued for almost three months, made it more clear that the syllabus Shortage is important.