Good News, Congratulations to all Students, On Wednesday Govt decided to reduce NCERT syllabus union minister of India Prakash Javadekar announced to reduce NCERT syllabus by half. NCERT students were facing huge syllabus load. Union minister said alongside studies, a child needs physical education, life skills and value-based education. it is the biggest news for all NCERT student who was facing this major problem.
Govt decided to reduce NCERT syllabus New education policy bill will be tabled before the Parliament in July this year-
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said the proposed amendment to the Right to Education (RTE) Act, which reviews the no-detention policy and empowers states to conduct examinations for Class 5 and 8 students, is expected to to be tabled before Parliament in July.
According to Section 16 of the RTE Act, 2009 stipulates that ‘No child admitted in a school shall be held back in any class or expelled from school till the completion of elementary education’. Thus, the policy covers elementary stage of schooling covering classes 1 to 8.
The national Congress party did not allow Parliament to function earlier and hence the draft could not be taken up so far. I am currently hopeful it’ll return up before Parliament within the July session as all parties have supported the liberty given to several states (to prefer detention issue),” he said.
“While 25 states, including West Bengal, want the exams which I welcome… those who don’t want I also respect their freedom. I hope any modification in no-detention policy is going to be a reality by August and it’ll be left for the several.
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