NCERT Books made mandatory

In continuation to the drive of the government to standardise the education system across the country, NCERT books and curriculum is slowly getting mandatory across India. This has been done to standardize the education system across the country.

Now NCERT Books have been made mandatory in Jammu and Kashmir too.

For all schools in the J&K state whether government of affiliated to CBSE now these books will be prescribed to the students.

This will help the students to be at par with the students in rest of the country. These students will be able to easily compete with students in states where these books are already implemented. This helps as the syllabus which the students will study will be in line with the books and syllabus which is being studied in many other states.

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