The curriculum committee said that there is no need to cut the school syllabus in the state. The committee decided to make the current online study more efficient and to commission a committee headed by the director of SCERT to study digital learning.
The Curriculum Committee assessed that cutting the curriculum would cause major technical problems. When the syllabus is reduced, children may lose continuity in learning. With this, the curriculum will have to be cut in the subsequent classes as well. The committee estimates that this could lead to a major technical problem.
Curriculum cuts are also expected to create barriers for students pursuing higher studies. With this, the decision has been made to overcome this through the maximum number of online classes. The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by the Education Minister. There are plans to conduct more classes, provide tutorials, and deliver worksheets to homes.