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NCERT Announces Revision of CBSE Syllabus for Classes 3 and 6 from 2024-25 Academic Session

The National Council of Education Research (NCERT) is set to introduce revised syllabi for Classes 3 and 6 of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in line with the National Curriculum Framework for School Education (NCF-SE) 2023. These changes are scheduled to take effect from the academic year 2024-25.

A notice issued by NCERT outlines the plan for implementing the revised curriculum, emphasizing the need for adjustments to school timetables to accommodate the changes. Collaboration among CBSE, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), and Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) is deemed essential for the successful implementation of these modifications.

The notice highlights the importance of proactive communication from CBSE to school heads, teachers, and parents regarding the updated syllabi and recommended time allocations for Grades 3 and 6. It underscores the significance of engaging students in playful and activity-based learning, aligning with the holistic approach advocated by the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.

To facilitate a smooth transition for students, NCERT will provide a syllabus bridge program for Grade 6 and clear guidelines for Grade 3. These initiatives aim to acquaint students with new pedagogical perspectives and areas of study, including Arts, Physical Education, Vocational Education, and The World Around Us.

The revised Grade 3 syllabi encompass a diverse range of topics, reflecting contemporary educational perspectives. NCERT is developing activity books and textbooks tailored to the updated curriculum to support students’ learning experiences.

Schools are urged to disseminate this information to all stakeholders and adopt a proactive strategy to ensure students’ seamless adaptation to the revised syllabi. By fostering awareness and collaboration among educators, parents, and the wider community, NCERT aims to enhance the quality and effectiveness of education delivery in line with evolving educational standards and objectives.

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