The Andhra Pradesh authorities has determined to implement CBSE system for classes 1 to 7 in all its schools from the 2021-22 educational yr.
The system will likely be regularly elevated year-wise from classes 8 to 10. By the yr 2024, all classes from 1 to 10 will likely be underneath CBSE, a launch from the Chief Ministers Office stated.
The transfer comes amid ongoing litigation in the Supreme Court towards the conversion of all authorities schools, from classes 1 to 6, to English medium, a transfer that has induced widespread resentment.
The newest choice by Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy to change over to the Central Board of Secondary Education is seen as a transfer on the sly to utterly get rid of the Telugu medium of schooling.
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Under CBSE, Telugu is just a topic taught and the curriculum will likely be in Hindi or English medium. The authorities didn’t specify whether or not it’ll get rid of the state syllabus utterly or introduce CBSE system parallel to it.
While Principal Secretary (School Education) B Rajsekhar didn’t reply to queries on the problem, a senior official in the division advised PTI that introduction of CBSE system was “only a proposal.”
(*1*) the official stated. But the CMO clearly stated in its launch that “the state government will implement CBSE system from 2021-22 academic year.”