National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) decided to review the present content of all the textbooks, which was happily welcomed by the State and CBSE Teachers. The skilled committee members of the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) are prepared a list based upon the necessary changes required in the present textbooks. All the CBSE teachers are also feeling obliged when they are invited to give their feedback on the projected changes.
An official belongs to NCERT told a newspaper on a weekday from Delhi that the current textbooks were created in 2007 and a couple of changes were created in 2012 in political science book solely. He said "Now, we have a plan to decide to build some new changes. Once the draft of the updated topics is ready by the specialists, NCERT can take feedback and suggestions from CBSC teachers and the skilled experts. The review is important so as to create the long-pending updations. It’ll take at least one year time to create changes within the textbooks."
Many skilled CBSE teachers also served their points as the review of the present textbooks.
Suryakant Akela, English teacher at Loyola High School said, English ought to be a lot of sensible and enhance the temperament of the CBSE Board scholars. "Students won't learn something by cramming the prose, dramas, and poems. They’re only concerning to obtain good marks and not learning something new. Verbal and non-verbal communication to prepare oneself to face the interviews smartly and on the way to steel oneself against interviews and temperament development ought to be added to the Language part.”
According to Vinita Sharma, a history teacher at DAV faculty, BSEB Colony, the important historical events and leaders of Bihar ought to tend a lot of importance in history textbooks. She said "Champaran Satyagrah, Yakshini and Veer Kunwar Singh ought to be dealt a lot of exactly. The state is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the invention of Yakshini sculptor. However, most of the CBSE students do not know how it had been found at Didarganj in October 1917."
"Most of the topics and sub-topics at school 11th and 12th don’t seem to be explained, particularly in physical chemistry. This is often one amongst the explanations why faculty and students like alternative publishers' books. Over 25% queries asked in competitive exams don't seem to be summarized in textbooks and, at times, students fail to grasp NCERT books." Abha Choudhary, a chemistry teacher at Notre Dame Academy.
Sanjay Kumar, a mathematics teacher at Delhi Public School said, “To perceive the fundamental ideas in arithmetic, NCERT books facilitate plenty, except for observing, reference books are additionally useful. Even some queries in NCERT books are resolved incorrectly. The solutions weren't given stepwise and in most queries, they skip crucial steps that cause confusion among youngsters. There have to be compelled to update the textbooks with these items in mind,"