CBSE adopts Nationwide Curriculum Framework for Basis Stage from Session 2023-24

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education has requested the colleges affiliated with CBSE to implement the Nationwide Curriculum Framework for Basis Stage (NCFFS) from the present educational session 2023-24.
“CBSE has adopted the Nationwide Curriculum Framework for Foundational Stage – 2022 and the brand new construction of five-year schooling on the foundational stage (from class Nursery to class II) will likely be launched within the session 2023-24 in these CBSE colleges which supply schooling on the foundational stage to college students within the age group of 3-8 years,” reads CBSE round.
The Nationwide Curriculum Framework for Foundational Stage 2022 was developed by the Nationwide Council of Instructional Analysis and Coaching (NCERT) as per the directive of Nationwide Education Coverage 2020. It goals at serving as a tenet for colleges and lecturers to design and develop curricula, syllabi, and instructing supplies that align with nationwide academic objectives.Within the official discover, CBSE has suggested the colleges providing foundational or preparatory schooling to stick to the suggestions concerning curriculum, pedagogy, evaluation and different areas described intimately within the NCFFS-2022.
The Nationwide Curriculum Framework for Foundational Stage, NCF-FS consists of many examples and illustrations which play a important function in its implementation. “They assist to make clear summary ideas, reinforce studying, and make new concepts extra accessible to practising lecturers. Myriad examples are aptly included to reinforce understanding, foster engagement, and elaborate concrete methods ideas will be carried out in day-to-day instructing. So, it’s important that lecturers have a look at these illustrations and contextualize them in keeping with the wants and contexts of youngsters,” the discover additional reads.
Obtain: CBSE Circular on Implementation of NCFFS
In one other main replace, CBSE has warned the colleges from beginning their educational session earlier than April 1. The Board has strictly objected to the colleges’ resolution to start out the tutorial session early because it leaves little or no time for extracurricular actions similar to Life Expertise, Worth Education, Health and Bodily Education, Work Education, and Neighborhood Service, that are simply as necessary as lecturers.

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