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CBSE syllabus reduced by 30%: Check deleted syllabus of CBSE Class 10 and 12

With the CBSE syllabus for 2020-21 reduced by 30%, check out the deleted portions of the CBSE Class 10 syllabus in various subjects. HRD Minister Ramesh Nishank announced a major academic year 2020-21 on July 7 which was soon followed by an official notification by CBSE on the same.

Considering the loss of classroom teaching time due to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown, CBSE reduced the syllabus of classes 9 to 12 with the help of suggestions from NCERT. The CBSE syllabus has been rationalized keeping intact the learning outcomes so that the core concepts of students can be retained.

CBSE stated in its notification that the deleted portions of the CBSE syllabus should not be considered for internal assessments or for the year-end board exams.

The CBSE syllabus had been reduced slightly in early April mainly in the practical portions, but as the lockdown got extended and the Covid-19 pandemic became worse, a bigger syllabus reduction was on the cards.

Revised Curriculum for the Academic Year 2020-21

Revised Secondary Curriculum (IX-X)
Initial Pages  (Please read initial pages before downloading the syllabus)
Revised Languages – (Group-L)
Revised Main Subjects – (Group-A1)
Revised Other Academic Electives -(Group-A2)
Co-Scholastic Areas
Resources

Curriculum Deduction Details (Deleted Portion IX-X)

Revised Senior Secondary Curriculum (XI-XII)
Initial Pages  (Please read initial pages before downloading the syllabus)
Revised Languages – (Group-L)
Revised Academic Electives – (Group-A)
Co-Scholastic Areas
Resources

Curriculum Deduction Details (Deleted Portion IX-X)

Deleted – AccountancyDeleted – Applied MathematicsDeleted – BiologyDeleted – Bio Technology
Deleted – Computer ScienceDeleted – EconomicsDeleted – Engineering GraphicsDeleted – English Core
Deleted – Business StudiesDeleted – ChemistryDeleted – GeographyDeleted – Infomatics Practices
Deleted – EntrepreneurshipDeleted – HistoryDeleted – Home ScienceDeleted – Legal Studies
Deleted – English ElectiveDeleted – Hindi CoreDeleted – Hindi Elective
Deleted – MathematicsDeleted – PhysicsDeleted – Political Science
Deleted – Physical EducationDeleted – SociologyDeleted – Psychology

However, teachers should ensure that the deleted portions are explained to the students so that they can use it to connect to other topics, the notification said.

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