The UP Board will introduce new books primarily based on the Nationwide Council of Instructional Analysis and Coaching (NCERT) syllabus for 3 extra lessons throughout the state from the brand new tutorial session (2021-22).
Board officers stated that preparations have been began to introduce new books as per the nationwide commonplace for commerce at school 12, aside from English at school 10 and 12.
A senior official of the board stated that as a part of the preparations to make the brand new NCERT books obtainable to the scholars on time, the tender for publication of those books can be issued in January 2021, in order that the books could be obtainable available in the market by the third week of March. Conscious of the event, requests anonymity.
With the introduction of recent curriculum in all three lessons from the brand new tutorial session, the UP Board can be nearing an entire change from the previous syllabus to the brand new NCERT-based curriculum just like that of the Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) for all topics, besides Hindi, and Sanskrit. , one other UP-board official stated confirming the event.
The Prayagraj-headquartered UP Board had launched NCERT-syllabus-based English books at school 9 and sophistication 11 along with commerce at school 11 from the tutorial session 2020-21. Thereafter, the English Literature syllabus of Class 9 was elevated, whereas that of Class 11 was decreased to nearly half.
On account of this modification Basic Hindi, Enterprise Research and Accountancy topics turned obligatory for sophistication eleventh commerce college students, aside from having the liberty to decide on any two non-compulsory topics from Economics, English, Arithmetic and Laptop.
UP Board has launched NCERT books for twenty-four topics in final two years. It had launched 31 books of 18 totally different topics primarily based on NCERT syllabus for sophistication 9 to 12 college students from the tutorial session 2018-19.
In 2019-20 additionally, the board launched some new books primarily based on NCERT syllabus in Excessive Faculty (Social Science) and Class 12 (Historical past, Geography, Civics, Economics and Sociology).