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National Education Policy 2020: Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) revises schools' syllabus

The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has informed all Higher Secondary schools and colleges registered under NBSE that the National Education Policy 2020

Nagaland Board of School Education

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 Aug 2022 3:02 AM GMT

KOHIMA: The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has informed all Higher Secondary schools and colleges registered under NBSE that the National Education Policy 2020 emphasizes on reducing the content load and providing more space for critical thinking and more holistic, inquiry-based, discovery-based, discussions-based and analysis-based learning.

According to the DIPR, Nagaland, the NBSE has rationalized the topics in Political Sciences, History, Sociology, Economics, Psychology, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Accountancy and Business Studies in line with the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) rationalized syllabus. Moreover, parts of the syllabus have been rationalized/dropped in view of the content, which are easily accessible to students and can be self-learnt and also those which are irrelevant in the present context and overlapping with similar content included in other subjects. The rationalized syllabus will be effective from the current session.

All the principals have been requested to note the change and disseminate it to their concerned subject teachers so that they can instruct and guide the students properly. The rationalized syllabus will be hosted in the Board's portal www. nbsenl. edu. in and shared in the district WhatsApp groups. Further, the rationalized/dropped topics or contents will not be assessed in the final examinations.

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