NCERT to revise the curriculum framework for school education after 15 years. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will be going to revise the curriculum framework for school education after 15 years, the new curriculum framework will ready by March 2021. The interim report on the new National Curriculum Framework (NCF) for school education, which is being revised after 15 years, will be submitted by December and the new curriculum is expected to be ready by March 2021, according to the HRD Ministry.
About NCERT’s New Curriculum Framework:
“The brand new NCF for Faculty Training has been initiated. NCERT can be anticipated to make adjustments within the textbooks in accordance with the brand new NCF. Topic consultants will provoke this course of for varsity schooling and provides interim reports by December 2020. The brand new NCF is predicted to be prepared by March 2021,” the HRD Ministry mentioned in a press release.
The human resource development Ministry has guided the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) that when redesigning textbooks, it is to be assured that nothing but the core content is placed in them. “Also, the load of the textbooks is too high for school children.
Additional areas, such as creative thinking, life skills, Indian ethos, art, and integration, need to be integrated. NCERT will also start working on the layout and design of the new textbooks well in advance, however, the new textbooks shall be written based on the new NCF.
“Under Atma Nirbhar Bharat, for PM E-Vidya, NCERT is also expected to prepare content for Class 1 – 12 for SWAYAM PRABHA channels (1 class 1 channel) and start the channels by August this year,” the Ministry said. The NCF has been revised four times so far — in 1975, 1988, 2000, and 2005. The new proposed revision will be a fifth of the framework.
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