IIT – JEE Syllabus to be revised after CBSE Syllabus Revision? Indian Institute of Technology, IITs would be assessing the CBSE Syllabus reduction for the JEE Advanced exam to be conducted later- An expert committee would be deciding on the new syllabus.
A few NTA officers have informed that the revised syllabus as placed before the committee and it was observed by the experts that most of the questions asked in medical and engineering exams have been from CBSE syllabus.
CBSE Syllabus Reduction:
Due to COVID-19 the Syllabus is reduced for the students of Class 10 & 12
It removed key topics such as
Laws of motion, optics, communication system, and electronic devices in physics
In chemistry topics such as P block elements and polymers have been done away with.
In Mathematics 3D geometry, continuity theorem, binomial theorem, differentiability has been removed and biology students would not be studying human physiology, reproduction and various other topics.
Vineet Joshi, the NTA director said that
He would raise the concerns in front of the JAB which is the authority to decide on these matters.
The director of IIT Delhi, Ramgopal Rao said,
“We have to look at the content and the changes and put it before the committee and paper setters who need to know that certain parts of the syllabus are no longer included.” It is to be noted that JEE Main and NEET scheduled for September may not be impacted by the change in syllabus.
Another NTA Official said,
“Though students start preparing for competitive eams early, a change in the syllabus cannot be ignored”.
The member of the subject expert committee said that the revised syllabus has created an entirely different situation in front of the paper setters. Many other education boards may continue with the same syllabus but now since the CBSE Board has reduced the syllabus it cannot be overlooked. There would be a lot of confusion among students was the view of many teachers.