Haryana board follows CBSE, cuts syllabus by 30 per cent

Deepender Deswal

Tribune News Service

Hisar, August 18

Taking a cue from the CBSE, the Board of School Education Haryana has determined to cut back the syllabus for courses from 9 to 12 for the present educational session to ease stress on college students.

BSEH, Bhiwani, chairman Jagbir Singh stated they’ve rationalised the syllabus on the sample of the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE). Thus, the BSEH too has determined to comply with the identical sample in curriculum in order that the scholars haven’t any downside in additional class examinations and the assessments like National Talent Search Scheme being performed by NCERT.

He stated the choice to chop the syllabus by 30% has been taken in view of the Covid 19 pandemic which has adversely affected the research of scholars. The colleges have been closed because of coronavirus and college students are being taught by means of on-line mode.

The chairman maintained that the state authorities has steered to the schooling board to rationalise the syllabus after which the latter mentioned the matter with the consultants of the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) and principals and lecturers of the faculties and schools.

He stated the lowered syllabus will ease the stress on college students in addition to lecturers. “We hope that students and teachers will be comfortable with the cut in syllabus in absence of regular schooling on account of closure of school,” the board chairman added.

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