Subject-wise chapter will be reduced to avoid the burden of opening syllabus after the school opens and suddenly. Guidelines have been prepared by NCERT for this. Guidelines will be sent to schools in the second week of June. According to the new guidelines, every subject has been reduced from three to four chapters. In a subject that has 20 chapters, now students will have to teach only 16 chapters. The syllabus from class one to 12th has been reduced from 25 to 30 percent.
Be aware that schools may open in July. You will get less time to complete the syllabus. In such a situation, many chapters in the second and third term syllabus will be removed. The test will be taken on the basis of the chapter that will be kept. It will be implemented after first term in July. Second and third term studies will be done according to the changed chapter. In order to have maximum class education, the homework note system given in the class will be changed. Printed worksheets will be given so that students do not spend much time in writing homework notes.
Rajeev Ranjan (Principal, Baldwin Academy) said – The information given by the Board has been given by the Board. The chapter will be available before the school opens in July. Many chapters will be removed, so that children are not burdened or pressured.
BN Ojha (Principal, DAV) said – After the school opens, we will work on all those points so that social distancing should be maintained among the children and pressure should be given to a minimum. The homework note will be replaced by a printed worksheet.