Haryana Board to reduce syllabus for Classes 9 to 12

Haryana Board to reduce syllabus for Classes 9 to 12

By: Categorical Information Service | Chandigarh |

Printed: July 10, 2020 11:10:17 am


After CBSE, state boards have began making cuts within the syllabus (File)

Haryana can be going to cut back the syllabus for college kids of lessons 9 to 12, state’s Schooling Minister Kanwar Pal mentioned Thursday.
“The state authorities is taking this step to cut back psychological strain on college students. The syllabus shall be lowered for these three lessons within the current educational session of 2020-2021,” he mentioned.

“Faculties remained closed throughout the nation and state through the lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic attributable to which holding of normal lessons within the lecture rooms was not doable. Though the state authorities has made enough preparations to impart on-line training. With a view to scale back psychological strain on college students, now the state authorities has determined to cut back the syllabus for the educational session 2020-21 in faculties affiliated to the Board of College Schooling Haryana following the sample of CBSE,” the training minister mentioned.

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He added, “To scale back the syllabus, we’ve instructed the Board of College Schooling Haryana to arrange a committee by coordinating with SCERT, Gurugram, and to place up the proposal inside every week after exploring all prospects on this regard. Until now the syllabus that has been taught on-line to the scholars of 9 to 12 lessons must also be included within the syllabus, in order to profit the scholars.”

“State authorities doesn’t want to put educational strain on the scholars and needs to proceed imparting needed training. Subsequently, there can be a discount within the syllabus for the scholars learning in lessons 9 to 12,” the minister added.

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