MBSE Board Exams 2021: MBSE 10th, 12th syllabus reduced by 30%; schools to remain closed till year end

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Updated on Dec 1, 2020 11:24 IST

While the government has asked the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) to prepare the bridge courses for Classes 1 to 8, the bridge courses for Classes 9 and 11 will be made by Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE).

The Mizoram government has decided to slash the MBSE HSLC syllabus 2021 and MBSE HSSLC syllabus 2021 by 30 per cent. The decision was taken considering that the students were not able to attend the classes this year with schools being closed for so long owing to COVID-19 lockdown. While the government has asked the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) to prepare the bridge courses for Classes 1 to 8, the bridge courses for Classes 9 and 11 will be made by Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE).

The state government has also decided to keep schools in Mizoram closed until the year-end to prevent further spread of coronavirus infection, an official said. Education Minister Lalchandama Ralte said classes for all students in all schools from kindergarten to Class 12 will be suspended as the COVID-19 infection is likely to be aggravated during the winter season. 

Schools and other educational institutions have been closed across the state since March due to the lockdown imposed by the central government. Although regular classes in the state were resumed for students of Classes 10 and 12 on October 16, they were suspended after eight days following the detection of COVID-19 infection among several students.

The Education Minister further said that though the re-opening of schools has been tentatively scheduled for January 15 next year, the final call will be taken by the state executive committee. The state education department also decided to continue with online classes till December 18 for the current year and from January 5 to 14 next year.

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