Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) on Friday has announced that they along with the Indian Council of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) has reduced the syllabus for the examination year of 2022. The reduced and revised syllabus for English and Indian Languages at ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII) levels are made available on the CISCE website, cisce.org.
In view of the continuing pandemic, schools, teachers and students face an abundance of difficulties including internet issues, covering the syllabus. CISCE has come up with the decision in congruence with ICSE and ISC to reduce the syllabus for the upcoming examination year 2022 especially for Class 10 and class 12. In this regard, official notification has been published by the CISCE officials on the website.
As of now, CISCE has release reduced syllabi for English and Indian Languages for class 10 ICSE and class 12 ISC level. In addition to these subjects, ICSE has released the modified syllabus for 15 other subjects including Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology, History & Civic, Yoga and others. Also, ISC has published revised syllabi for 12 other subjects. The list comprises of Accounts, Commerce, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Computer Science and others.
Candidates can check the detailed syllabus for these subjects on the official website of CISCE, cisce.org. They will get the direct link for this syllabus under the “Publication” section. Thereafter, select the Board/ Class for which candidates wish to download the syllabus. The subjects will hereafter display on the screen with direct links to access the revised syllabus.
Moreover, CISCE shall continue to process the syllabus reduction of the subjects in due course of time. Under the guidance and consultation of subject experts, the council will continue the process of reducing the syllabus without hampering the quality of content.
The uncertainty of the reopening and normalcy of school due to the pandemic has made it difficult for the teachers and students to cover the entire syllabus. It is reiterated that concerned subject teachers should follow and implement the revised syllabus. This will ensure that all the CISCE schools follow the same syllabus at a given point in time.
Further, CISCE also discusses the project work completed on removed topics. The council said that the project work that has already been submitted/ completed by the students in different subjects on the removed topics is accepted and all be marked.