CBSE Board 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released curriculum for secondary and higher secondary schools. The board stated in its notification that the possible loss of instructional time in the academic session 2020-21 due to the closure of schools due to the coronovirus epidemic will be considered.
Along with this, CBSE has advised the schools not to change the syllabus so that assessment of the learning level of the students is not affected. "It has been observed that any change in syllabus can seriously affect the assessment of the student's level of learning and preparation of board examinations," the board said in the issued notification. Please note that the assessment will be done according to the syllabus given for the current academic year. ”
The board decided on Wednesday that it would not conduct some of its annual board exams, which have been hampered by the coronavirus epidemic and national lockdown. The examination will be conducted on only 29 major papers which are required for further promotion and are probably important for admission to higher educational institutions.
Along with this, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also decided to promote all students from classes 1 to 8 to the next class without taking the exam. Students of classes 9 and 11 will be promoted to the next class based on internal assessment of schools.