AISEC and AIDSO oppose implementation of CBSE syllabus for I PU

Published On: 06 Aug 2012

 | Last Updated On: 06 Aug 2012

Representatives of the All India Democratic Student’s Organisation (AIDSO) and All India Save Education Committee (AISEC) met with the State education minister on August 01, 2012 regarding the issue of the implementation of the CBSE syllabus for I PU in Karnataka. The organisations want the new syllabus to be removed and the old syllabus to be instated.

Sources from AIDSO informed that the minister also agreed that the CBSE syllabus was not effective but also added that the order cannot be revoked; he ensured that the teaching hours for each subject would be reduced from 120 hours to 100 hours. The representatives also brought up problems related to CCE system at the meeting. The minister agreed that the system is difficult and promised to discuss it with the authorities and take a favorable decision.  

The meeting also discussed the proposal of a single national entrance test to be introduced in place of CET and requested that continue with the CET exam. However, the minister informed that the central government is insistent on implementing a single National Entrance Test (NEET and ISEET) and that they have no other option but to accept it.

Source: DNA

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