CBSE Latest News: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a circular providing the curriculum for class 9, class 10 and class 12 students for the academic year 2021-22. In a circular issued to the heads of all the CBSE affiliated institutions, it has provided the academic content, syllabus for examinations with learning outcomes, pedagogical practices and assessment guidelines.
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However, the CBSE students must note that this curriculum is not for the CBSE class 10 class 12 board exam candidates appearing for the upcoming CBSE board examinations. In the revised curriculum, the CBSE has put forward a number of innovations to ensure the maximum learning outcome of the students.
The CBSE has advised schools to adopt learning outcomes prescribed by NCERT annexed with the curriculum of each subject for classes 9 and 10 to implement competency-based questions. These
learning outcomes are long-term outcomes of the school system that are expected to accomplish through the entire educational process.
The CBSE circular reads, “The board has also provided Teachers Energized Resources which delineate learning outcomes by restating them into more precise and measurable learning objectives teachers need to use in their routine teaching in classrooms.” For the new curriculum, the teachers also need to note down the learning outcomes of the NCERT to achieve the requirement of the class.
As per CBSE, it is important for the schools to follow the directions in the initial pages of the curriculum document. The sample question papers as per the new curriculum with a detailed design of the question paper will be made available on CBSE’s website at cbseacademic.nic.in.
Of late, the CBSE is taking a number of initiatives to strengthen the contemporary Indian education system and to achieve the vision envisaged by the National Education Policy.
In order to make the curriculum exciting and interesting for the students, the CBSE has recently launched more than 100 comic books created by teachers of CBSE affiliated schools and curated by NCERT. Another initiative by the CBSE to help students is the competency-based assessment framework. It aims at strengthening India’s existing school education system for secondary level, that is, from classes 6 to10 and improve the overall learning outcomes of students across the country, mainly covering three subjects – English, Science and Maths.
The CBSE students must keep an eye on the CBSE websites for any more updates related to the topics – cbse.gov.in and cbseacademic.nic.in.