Reduced Syllabus for Class IX, X, XI, and XII for academic year 2020-21 – ISCE


The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has reduced the syllabus for class X and XII for the academic year 2020-21. The Covid-induced lockdown has forced this decision as the number of instructional days has been reduced. Already 2 months of teaching time has been lost after the lockdown was imposed on March 20, 2020.


Syllabus reduction has been done, keeping in mind the linear progression across classes while ensuring that the core concepts related to the subject are retained.
Syllabus has also been reduced for: ICSE Class IX ICSE Class X, ISC Class XI, and ISCE Class XII.

For a detailed notification on ISCE website, please click here.

Reduced syllabus for all subjects for academic year 2020-21 for Class XII.

Reduced syllabus for all subjects for academic year 2020-21 for class XI.

Reduced syllabus for all subjects for academic year 2020-21 for class X.

Reduced syllabus for all subjects for academic year 2020-21 for class IX.

On July 7, 2020, the CBSE Board also announced a reduced syllabus for classes IX, X, XI and XII. Click here for details.

Maharashtra State Board has also announced a 25% reduction in the syllabus for all classes from class 1 to class 12. Details are ere in this YouTube video.

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