CBSE Syllabus Opposed By State Board Students in Karnataka


A group of protestors lead by All India Democratic Students Organisation (AIDSO) has strongly opposed the move of migrating to CBSE Syllabus in the State of Karnataka. Protesters felt the move untimely and unilateral according to sources; “The government should have held discussions with academics, educationists, and others before taking a decision in this regard,” Mr. Pramod Secretary of the AIDSO State Unit said.

According to Wikipedia: The primary objective of the AIDSO is to organise student movements against the education policies of the central and state governments as well as other authorities concerned, and for the “establishment of a scientific, secular, democratic education system”.

Considering the implementation of common entrance tests for engineering & medical courses, most States are adopting the CBSE Syllabus. Having varied syllabus across each boards will raise incompatibility issues with any common entrance test conducted at a national level.

For sure the move of having a sudden change in the syllabus is outraging but a solution never exists to neutralize students across different boards. Some board emphasize strongly on Mathematics while some give a serious thought to Physics.

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  1. Implementing a uniform education system is commendable, but it should be implemented from the early stage. Eleventh standard CBSE syllabus is quite tough even for students who have studied CBSE?syllabus till 10th standard.

  2. India is a vast country with variety in every aspect. Its is like imposing Hindi on a marathi or tamil speaking person. Govt.can not impose anything in the name of centralization. In democracy it is not about what govt. wants. It is always about what people want.

    NEET and ISEET were and always will be a catastrophe and foolish imposition of a Minister’s personal will.

    It was and is almost impossible to standardize education and merit criteria in India.

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