Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a new syllabus for the Academic Session of 2021-2022. Students who will be appearing for the final exams of Class 9th, Class 10th, Class 11th and Class 12th for the next year can download the CBSE syllabus 2021-2022 from cbseacademia.nic.in. As per the syllabus available on the website, there is no reduction in the CBSE syllabus for the upcoming 2021-2022 academic session. Aspirants now have to study the pre-covid syllabus for the new academic session of CBSE.
Students can download the CBSE syllabus 2021-2022 by visiting the official website, cbseacademia.nic.in. They have to then click on the “curriculum” button. Hereafter, a dropdown list appears on the screen. Aspirants have to select the “Revised Curriculum 2021-2022” section. On the next screen, the revised secondary curriculum (class IX-X) and revised senior secondary curriculum (class XI-XII) appear on the screen. Students can select the option to download the CBSE 2021-2022 curriculum accordingly.
Schools across the country are ready to commence the new session. Delhi Government and other public schools have announced that the new session shall start from April 01, 2021 onwards. So, before this CBSE has published a detailed curriculum for Class IX-X, Class XI-XII for Academic Session 2021-2022. However, this new academic session curriculum is similar to the pre-COVID (before 2020) curriculum.
Earlier this year, due to the sudden outbreak of COVID-19, students faced the loss of studies. Though online classes were arranged for the students, however, due to bad internet connectivity and other issues, students were unable to cope up with their vast syllabus. Acknowledging the problems, CBSE announced a 30% reduction in the syllabus. However, now that the new academic session is starting, CBSE has released a new syllabus for the new academic session. Students who are attending the classes can download the syllabus online.
Moreover, the new curriculum is for the upcoming session that starts on April 01, 2021, or as per schedule. Students who are appearing for the boards examination of Class X and Class XII this year (i.e in May 2021) has nothing to do with this new syllabus. Those students who got promoted to Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12 this year have to refer to this new syllabus.
Furthermore, CBSE does not release the syllabus for Class 1 to Class 8. It is only responsible to design the curriculum for Secondary and Senior Secondary classes. It is primarily decided by the respective schools depending upon the guidelines shared by National Council for Education Research and Training (NCERT).