CBSE removed topics like rise of Islam and Mughal Empire from books, parents said - good start
Employment News- The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has prescribed the syllabus for the students of class X, XI and XII for the academic session 2022-23. The text of Central Islamic Land from the History book in class XI and the Mughal Empire from the book of XII has been removed. These chapters will not be taught from the new academic session. The new system of the board has been implemented in the entire country simultaneously. As per the format prescribed by CBSE, the poetry of Faiz Ahmed Faiz, given as an example in the matter of caste, religion and gender in chapter four, has also been removed from the political science book of class X. The chapter "Central Islamic Land" has been omitted from the Class XI book titled Some Subjects of World History. In this chapter, the students were given information about the rise and development of Islam, the spread of Islam from the seventh to the twelfth century. Similarly, the Mughal Empire was removed from the ninth chapter of class XII.
Industrial Revolution also removed partition
The board has removed the emergence and development of man on earth in stone age, industrial revolution from the syllabus of class XII book. It included the causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution of England, how imperialism was promoted, etc.
Teach about ancient civilization of Hindus
On this decision, the principals and parents of Bhopal city schools say that this is a very good start. After all, why should our children read the history of the invaders? There is also a suggestion that CBSE should add some such subjects in the curriculum, so that school students can know about the ancient civilization, culture and great men of Hindus. In the books which are present in the present times, there is no mention of many great men, which should be. That's why kids don't know him.