The National Curriculum Framework may introduce new syllabus next year

New Delhi: The National Curriculum Framework will reportedly submit their proposals for reviving the syllabus by the beginning of next year.

The syllabus, meanwhile, is likely to be followed in schools in the country from next academic year onwards. The NCF might hand over the final report by February and subsequently the states would be asked to revive the syllabus.

If it happens, then students would learn books prepared based on the new syllabus in the year 2023- 24. Currently, the school boards follow the syllabus proposed by NCF in 2005.

It was in August last year that the Ministry of Education had appointed a twelve member committee headed by Dr. Kasturirangan to form the National Curriculum Framework. They held discussions with twenty five focus groups. Besides, they also conducted meetings with twenty religious organisations including the Ramakrishna Mission, Chinmaya Mission, two Christian missionary groups and Muslim organisations of clerics. 

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