NCERT Implements Rationalised Syllabus for Class 11 Across All Streams for 2023-2024 Session
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has recently introduced a rationalised syllabus for class 11 students across all streams for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic session. The revised version of history textbooks, along with other subjects, can now be accessed on the NCERT website.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in alignment with the National Education Policy 2020’s focus on experiential learning and creativity, NCERT has undertaken the rationalisation of the syllabus for class 11. Factors such as content overlapping, difficulty level, and current relevance have been considered during this exercise.
While some schools have already implemented the updated syllabus, others may choose to follow suit. The introduction of the rationalised syllabus for class 11 by NCERT has generated discussions among educators, students, and parents regarding its impact on the curriculum and learning outcomes.
As the implementation of the rationalised syllabus for class 11 progresses, stakeholders are keen to understand its effects on students’ academic development.
NCERT’s decision to rationalise the syllabus across all streams for class 11 has prompted questions and debates about the effectiveness of the exercise and its implications for students’ education.
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