CBSE Board 2021: CBSE has reduced the Syllabus by 30% for the classes 9 to 12

CBSE has revised the curriculum for classes 9 to 12 and announced the circular of the revised syllabus for the academic year 2020-21.

The objective is to reduce the exam stress of students due to prevailing health emergencies and prevent learning gaps. The board has undertaken the rationalization of syllabus up to 30 percent for nearly 190 subjects as a onetime measure only.

The rationalised syllabus of Mathematics excludes topics like Cross multiplication method; Situational problems based on quadratic equations; Area of triangle; Frustum of cone; Step deviation method for finding mean. Now, the important topics are Linear equations in Two variables, A.P., Triangles, Trigonometry, Coordinate Geometry, Surface areas and Volumes, and Statistics majorly.

In Physics section Human eye; Electric Generator that used to be a major part of physics and takes more attention from students have been removed. Thus, now the major parts of physics will be Light -prisms, refraction, reflection thorough practice of their corresponding diagrams and practice numerical based questions will help the student to make a good score.

In the Chemistry section As per the new Science syllabus topics like Basic Metallurgical processes; Corrosion; Nomenclature of carbon compounds containing functional groups have been removed. Students will need to focus majorly on practicing the chemical reactions and equations, acid, and base reactions.

In the Biology section, students can start with the understanding of reproduction of organisms; the process of photosynthesis with detailed diagram and reaction involved in the process. Topics such as Control and coordination in animals; Nervous system; Nuclear energy has been eliminated from the revised syllabus.

Based on the recent changes made by CBSE in their curriculum, the new series features a comprehensive, systematically collated, and well-developed summary of chapters to help students prepare for the exam.