Karnataka to introduce CBSE syllabus in the new academic year

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Karnataka government has decided to introduce CBSE syllabus for 11th standard students for the academic year 2012 – 2013 while 12th standard students will have state board syllabus.

The move was taken to groom students at par with the different competitive examination . Interim courses will be conducted for 10th standard students to help them cope up with the class 11th CBSE pattern of learning.

Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri said
Fifth and 8th standard students will get new text books from the coming academic year (2012-13), while the remaining standards would have new books from 2013-14 session.


 
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