|
Board ResultsUniversity ResultsEntrance Exam ResultsOther ResultsNews
SHARE
  

CBSE Releases 2020-21 Curriculum amidst COVID-19 Panic



CBSE 10 Results 2020



CBSE 12 Results 2020




April 27, 2020: CBSE released the latest syllabus for the session upcoming session 2020-21, as well as 2019 is available for download in PDF format. There are some revisions for CBSE's current year syllabus for classes 9, 10, 11, 12. The latest CBSE curriculum for the new session should be downloaded by students who will be starting new classes soon.

Any key updates regarding the in-depth revisions in CBSE Reduced Syllabus 2020-21, if any will also be available here soon.


Class 1-8 does not contain correct syllabus material but suggests a few specific components that should be taken in compliance with NCF-2005 as well as the NCERT Guidelines. The new and updated CBSE syllabus is available on the official CBSE website for summative evaluations, formative evaluations, and annual assessments with question paper patterns and test schemes.

Related Articles:

CBSE will Conduct Board Exams for Only 29 Subjects

Class 10th Results Expected Soon

Owing to COVID – 19 regional pandemic lockdowns, other subjects have been postponed for ongoing CBSE Board exams 2020 and the C BSE 2020 outcome will possibly be postponed. For the upcoming academic session 2020 – 2021, however, the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) does not intend to hinder the new system and has released the revised curriculum.

Also, don’t miss out on the latest updates on board examination, you can also your exam results here.

Furthermore, stay tuned on our page for reliable information regarding board exams, board results, and other notifications. To stay up to date, register with us to receive notifications directly into your inbox - www.examresults.net/register/index.

All the best!

The new and updated CBSE syllabus is available on the official CBSE website for summative evaluations, formative evaluations, and annual assessments with question paper patterns and test schemes.
Bookmark This Page