Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 10
The authorities at present stated CBSE’s syllabus rationalisation for lessons 9 to 12 was solely geared toward decreasing the scholars’ stress and it could be the duty of college heads to see that the subjects which have been dropped are taught.
“It would the responsibility of school heads and teachers to ensure that rationalised topics are explained to students to the extent required to connect different subjects. Rationalisation has been done to reduce the burden for annual exams in 2021 as there has been a loss of instruction time due to the pandemic,” HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal stated at present after consultants questioned the deletion of some key ideas from the syllabus of lessons 9 to 12.
Pokhriyal stated college students wouldn’t be examined on the decreased subjects for inside evaluation and yearend board examination however the CBSE had directed faculties to observe NCERT Alternate Academic Calendar which covers all of the subjects which have been dropped.
“All topics being sensationalised to catch traction are covered in this calendar which has specific learning plans based on activity-based learning with the help of commonly available resources at homes,” stated the minister.
Open college exams known as off
New Delhi: The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) on Friday cancelled the March 2020 secondary and senior secondary course public exams which had been earlier scheduled to be held on July 17 however later postponed. The NIOS stated the exams had now been cancelled and for the aim of evaluation learners registered for the examination can be judged on the premise of their previous efficiency. TNS
Cancel college exams: Rahul to UGC
New Delhi: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Friday urged the University Grants Commission (UGC) to cancel the varsity examinations and promote college students on the premise of their previous performances. “Covid has hurt so many people. Students in schools, colleges and universities are already suffering so much. While the IITs and other colleges have cancelled their exams and have promoted students, the UGC is creating confusion,” stated Rahul. TNS