The NSC (National Curricula Council) has announced that it will be introducing a new curriculum on Monday, November 17, 2017.
The National Currics Council is a group of educators, parents, schoolteachers and students across the country who have been organising and promoting the NCC curriculum.
The NCC is the official body of the curriculum, which was created by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in 2012.
The NCC aims to ensure that every child has access to the National Currie and that they are well prepared for the NCCC and for life in the future.
The curriculum, to be rolled out over the next two years, will include:A discussion on the challenges faced by disadvantaged children and their families in India;On the development of skills and knowledge across all facets of life, including the NCLR;On how to make sure the NNC has the capacity to meet the needs of the communities it serves;On what needs to be done to ensure education is universal and equitable;On making sure that all children have access to a high quality education, both in school and outside school.
In the next six months, the NMC will introduce the NCA, a new initiative aimed at providing resources and support to communities.