Gujarat Board does not reduce the syllabus by 30%, the students are annoyed, the board of directors has made a presentation

Highlights:

  • The board had approached the state chief minister for a 30 per cent curriculum reduction.
  • Following this presentation, the Education Minister has instructed the Education Department to take appropriate action.
  • The board of directors has made a presentation as it is not possible to complete the entire course.

AHMEDABAD: The second academic session has started in the state but students are still stuck as 30 per cent reduction in syllabus has not been announced in Std. 1 to 12. A 30 per cent reduction in the syllabus was submitted to the Chief Minister of the state by the Sanchalak Mandal. It is learned that after this presentation, the Education Minister took note of the syllabus and instructed the Education Department to take appropriate action.

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According to the information received, the Gujarat Board and the Central Board of Secondary Education have been organizing the course on a monthly basis from the beginning of the academic year every year. Due to which students and teachers also have ease in teaching. However, this time too the online study was started due to Corona at the beginning of the academic year. Phased schools were started after Corona’s cases decreased.

Meanwhile, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) cut the curriculum by 30 per cent last year. This year also CBSE has done the same. The Gujarat Board also reduced the syllabus by 30 per cent last year. But this year the Gujarat Board has not announced any reduction in the syllabus, but the administrators, students and teachers have made representations in this regard.

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The president of the state governing body has proposed to cut the curriculum as soon as possible. But so far the Gujarat Board has not officially announced the curriculum reduction. Recently, the Gujarat Board announced the schedule of the examination. In which it was stated that no cut will be made in the syllabus.

The state is currently running real education and students are being called to school with 50 per cent capacity. So students go to school for study three days a week. As it is not possible to complete the entire course in this situation, the Board of Governors has demanded a 30% reduction in the syllabus. The issue was presented to the Chief Minister. Taking note of which, the Minister of Education has instructed the department to take appropriate action.

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