Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala General Education Minister V Sivankutty inaugurated an online platform for the public to inform their opinions and suggestions about the revision of the school syllabus.
You may post your views on the website www.kcf.kite.kerala.gov.in.
The school-level discussions of the students in this regard would be held on 17 November. The Department of General Education has instructed the schools to allot a period for the discussion.
The suggestions of students would be consolidated and published as a document.
Those who live abroad too can express their opinions.
The General Education Department has prepared 26 focus points to formulate the framework for syllabus revision. This and other details are available on the website. The public can recommend suggestions and opinions about the framework and other areas too.
The mobile number or email id should be given to receive a password. This password could be used to complete the registration before posting the suggestions.
Handwritten notes could also be uploaded in the PDF or image format.
New textbooks from 2024
New textbooks after the syllabus revision would be used in all the classes from 2025–26 academic year onwards. However, the textbooks that get completed in the first stage would be used from 2024 onwards, said Minister Sivankutty.