NCERT New Academic Session 2020-21: The Ministry of Human Resource Development has released a new roadmap to be followed by the National Council for Education Research and Training for the next academic year. The process of designing the curriculum and content must be completed by NCERT latest by October 2020 for the students of classes 1st to 5th. For the students of classes 6th to 12th, the training process for the teachers has to be completed by June 2021. Check >> NCERT Launches National Yoga Quiz Competition, Registration Until 20th July

While launching the new roadmap, the officials from the school education and literacy department of the Ministry of Human Resource Development stated that it must be effectively implemented for India to tread towards the goal of Atmanirbhar Bharat. The press released while introducing the road map read that, “With this, we can improve the level of learning as well as the level of learning outcome of education in the coming time.”

 

NCERT Academic Session 2020-21: MHRD Minister

The HRD Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank stated that “We will have to change the format and system of education in the coming times so that we can take education to every corner of the country. NCERT will complete this work through the roadmap being released today. We sincerely hope that in the way we have changed the Corona crisis period as an opportunity, in the same way, all of us will adopt a new normal and give a new dimension to the Indian education system.”

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NCERT Curriculum: Key Recommendations Included In The Road Map

MHRD Releases Road Map for NCERT for New Academic Session 2020-21:

  • The online teacher training course for the teachers responsible for teaching students from class 1st to 5th must be completed in a phased manner by December 2020. For teachers responsible for teaching students from class 6th to 12th, the deadline is June 2021
  • Posters, presentations, and infographics to achieve the desired learning outcomes for students of classes 1st to 5th must be completed by October 2020 and for students of classes 6th to 12th by June 2021.
  • Alternative education material being prepared for students must keep in mind the requirements of the students who do not have any access to online learning resources.
  • In order to assess the learning outcome for all the subjects, a minimum of ten questions aimed at two levels of proficiencies to be created by November 2020 for students of classes 1st to 5th. For the remaining classes, the deadline for the same is March 2021.
  • Content and the curriculum to be designed in a manner so that it addresses areas of concerns identified in the National Academic Survey 2017. 


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Delhi Govt. School: Finally, almost after two months of complete lockdown, the education sector across the country is slowly returning to normalcy. Students have been facing a lot of problems due to the implementation of the lockdown, and even the parents were struggling to ensure the continuation of their education. There is now a piece of important information for the students studying in Government schools of Delhi. The Directorate of Education (DoE), the Delhi Government has instructed all the government schools in the city to prepare a schedule for distributing the textbooks amongst the students. The books will be distributed under the Right to Education, RTE Act for students up to class 8th.

Due to the health threat posed by the Coronavirus pandemic, it has become essential for the schools to prepare a proper schedule for distributing the books while following the social distancing norms. Schools have been instructed to prepare a schedule that not only ensures social distancing but also allows parents of different students of different classes to come separately. This will help with social distancing as well as the overall safety of the students and parents. Check Latest: NIOS Exam Dates 2020 Released For 10th, 12th Class: Check Complete Schedule Here 

 

Delhi School News: Government planning Steps Towards Normalcy

The notification issued by the Directorate of Education, Delhi Government to the government schools in the city, reads that “A proper schedule for distribution of books is to be prepared at the school level so that books that have been received by the schools till now are distributed immediately.”

The Education Minister of Delhi, Mr. Manish Sisodia recently stated that every school could not be treated as the same and the schools must deal with the issues by themselves. He interacted with the principals of the government schools and asked them to prepare a micro plan for re-opening their schools while following all the guidelines issued by the authorities. Check Also >> CBSE Board Exams 2020: 10th 12th Students Can Appear In Exam From Present District

 

Delhi School News:  Ensuring Continued Education a Priority

Ever since the nationwide lockdown came into effect on 25th March 2020, the schools across Delhi have been closed. The new academic session has already commenced from April, but no classroom sessions have been possible till now. This has forced the students to stay at their homes and continue their education using available online resources. But the results of this initiative were far from satisfactory, and as a result, the schools were instructed to appoint a co-ordinator to ensure the active participation of the students. Check  >> Delhi Government Asks Schools To Submit Plans For Reopening

While the government has asked the schools to prepare micro-plans for resuming their classroom sessions, there is still no confirmed date on which the schools will be re-opening. Delhi being amongst the cities with the highest number of Coronavirus patients, makes the matters even more complicated. It is being speculated that schools might not reopen before July or by when the Coronavirus situation normalizes. 

 

There is an extremely pivotal update for the class 11th and 12th students of humanities and commerce streams who have opted for Applied Maths as one of the subjects in their curriculum. As per the latest update from the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, a new handbook has been released for the subject.

 

As this subject is a new introduction from this academic year, the board has released the complete syllabus for the students of this subject along with the detailed handbooks. The handbooks have been released on the official website of CBSE @ www.cbse.nic.in and are available for free download. So, the students must log-on to the official website of CBSE and download the handbook as soon as possible.

 

CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: New Handbook Provided To Schools

As Applied Mathematics is a new subject that has just been introduced, no books are available for the same as of now. That is why CBSE has shared the handbook along with the complete syllabus with the schools so that they can start preparing for the classroom sessions. The handbooks comprise of the syllabus as well as exercise pertaining to Applied Mathematics.

 

Therefore, the schools, as well as the students, can use this new handbook to start studying for the syllabus and wait till an official book is launched for the same. So, the students should continue their online classes for the time being and wait for an official announcement from the Ministry of Human Resource Development or the CBSE.

 

CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: Syllabus for all subjects to be trimmed

As the schools are closed due to the lockdown, the academic session has been started in the online mode only. But as students are unable to attend the classes, CBSE and the HRD Ministry have decided to trim the syllabus in order to factor in the time lost.

 

The board realizes that the students have been unable to get on with their studies due to the ongoing situation and that there is a need to trim the syllabus. But as of now, no official announcement has been made by the board on this matter yet.

 

When the CBSE officials last interacted with the heads of the schools as well as the teachers, they agreed to the fact that NCERT and the board are working towards reducing the syllabus for all subjects for class 10th and 12th students. As far as the syllabus is concerned for class 1st to 8th, schools have been authorized to make a decision themselves.

 

In the meanwhile, students of class 10th and 12th have been instructed to continue their studies as per the old syllabus only because the board specified that only topics from chapters would be removed from the curriculum and entire chapters will not be removed.

 

Class 9th Social Science Geography Chapter 1 India Size And Location Video Lectures And PDF. Adda247 School online video lectures & PDF.  Adda247 School provides video lectures on its YouTube channel “Adda247 School“.

Geography Class 9 Chapter 1

 

In this video, we are covering class 9th social science geography chapter 1 “India Size and Location”. which is very helpful for all board exams like CBSE, ICSE, and all state board exams. These all video lectures based on the NCERT pattern.

 

Class 9 Social Science Geography | सामाजिक विज्ञान | भारत: आकार और स्थिति (भाग-1) | NCERT

 

Class 9 Social Science Geography | सामाजिक विज्ञान | भारत: आकार और स्थिति (भाग-2) | NCERT

 

 

Class 10 Maths Chapter 3 – Pair Of Linear Equations In Two Variables Video Lectures & PDF

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In this blog we are sharing video lectures for class 10th Maths Chapter 3 Pair Of Linear Equations In Two Variables Simple trick In Hindi.

 

 

Pair Of Linear Equations In Two Variables – Class 10 Maths

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Pair Of Linear Equations In Two Variables | Class 10 Maths | दो चर वाले रैखिक समीकरण युग्म (भाग-1)

 

Pair Of Linear Equations In Two Variables | Class 10 गणित | दो चर वाले रैखिक समीकरण युग्म (भाग-2)

 

Pair Of Linear Equations In Two Variables | Class 10 Maths | दो चर वाले रैखिक समीकरण युग्म (भाग-3)

 

Pair of Linear Equation In Two Variable | Class 10 Maths | दो चर वाले रैखिक समीकरण युग्म (भाग-4 )

 

Pair of Linear Equation In Two Variable | Class 10 Maths | दो चर वाले रैखिक समीकरण युग्म (भाग-5)

 

 

 

In the wake of the ongoing nationwide lockdown, all the schools and colleges in the country have been closed since mid-March, and they are expected to reopen only after the situation normalizes. In such a situation, many parents and students were struggling with organizing their study plans to ensure that the learning process is not stopped.

 

In order to provide effective week-wise planning to the students for each subject, NCERT has prepared an alternative academic calendar. This calendar was released on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020, by Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, HRD Minister.

 

This alternative Calendar must be followed by the students, teachers, and parents during the lockdown to cover the syllabus. The major motto behind releasing this new academic calendar is to ensure that the students remain busy during the lockdown and continue the learning process. This academic calendar is designed for secondary school students, i.e., those studying in class 9th and 10th.

It covers important subjects like Science, Social Science, English, Mathematics, Hindi, Urdu, and Sanskrit. Previously, on April 16th, the HRD Minister released an academic calendar for primary school students.

 

The HRD Minister announced the release of the alternative academic Calendar on Twitter for the secondary school students and tweeted that, “My dear Secondary School students, I am releasing Alternative Academic Calendar today, for your benefit. During the lockdown period, you can use this calendar for week-wise planning, with reference to theme/chapter taken from syllabus or textbook. http://ncert.nic.in/aac.html.”

 

The HRD minister also asked the students and teachers to follow this calendar and learn at home using available alternatives like television, radio, SMS, or social media. Teachers have been encouraged to ensure timely interventions by directly contacting the students and helping them with their doubts and queries.

 

The guidelines specified in the academic calendar for teachers, students, and parents read that, “Schools, Colleges, and Universities have been closed. Students are confined to their homes, and so are teachers and parents. Teacher educators, teachers, and parents need to find ways to deal with this unprecedented situation arising out of the lockdown in order to engage students meaningfully through educational activities at home.

 

While we are putting in all efforts to flatten the epidemic curve, learning can continue at home too, and the learning curve of children must continue to move upwards. How should this be done? The first thought would perhaps be homework or home assignments.

 

However, the concept of homework is that of a task done individually; moreover, it carries with it the pressure of completion rather than that of joyful learning. Further, as educationists, we prefer not to recommend homework over a long duration for very young children. We have to, therefore, seek alternative methods.”