40% Syllabus Reduction in Tamil Nadu for 1st to 12th class. Due to the delay in the opening of schools in Tamil Nadu, the syllabus has been reduced by 40% to alleviate the inconvenience of students, said the Minister of School Education, Senkottayan.
Schools in Tamil Nadu have been closed for the past five months due to the spread of the coronavirus. Schools are still not open despite various relaxations being announced. Classes are being taken on television & Online on behalf of the government so that the education of the students is not affected. Schools are also taking classes for their students online.
As the impact of the epidemic in Tamil Nadu has not abated, it is likely that there will be further delays in the opening of schools. Thus a committee was set up on behalf of the Government of Tamil Nadu to reduce the syllabus for the students.
According to the report of the committee of the Tamil Nadu government, the syllabus reduction work has been completed and the syllabus has been reduced by 40% in Tamil Nadu on the basis of the committee report from 1st to 12th class.
He also said that 90% of the questions in the NEET exam are asked from the state syllabus and the syllabus will be adjusted to face any competition.