The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to drop some of the chapters from the class 10th Social Science book.
As per the new curriculum, the three chapters of political studies and two environmental texts are not included in the CBSE board examinations. However, these chapters are still teach in the classes. They are just separate from the CBSE board examinations.
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As per the information released by the board, the followings lessons will be a part of the internal assessment. CBSE has taken this decision to keep in mind that the following chapters related to political studies differ from the other countries including Nepal and Bolivia Movement. The respective lessons are the ‘political system’ of political studies, along with ‘political challenge’ on issues related to political reform, ‘political struggle’ on the subject of democracy and diversity on politics of social discrimination.
As like political studies, the following chapters of environmental studies has also been dropped including ‘Forest and Wildlife’ and ‘Water Resources’. These chapters include topics on water conservation, concerning biodiversity, declining forests, Asian Cheetahs, and other endangered species.
According to the new curriculum sent by CBSE to the schools, the following chapters are evaluated from time to time in the internal examinations. Unfortunately, these chapters aren’t included in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations.
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As per the circular issued by the board to the schools, the board wants to prepare its assessment pattern according to the needs of the future, as the Human Resource Development Ministry has decided to participate in International Student Assessment Program (PISA) in 2021.
According to the latest updates, the board can also change the pattern of exams at any point of time. It happened to be heard that there will be more questions in exam with low marks awarded to each question.