TN govt plans to revise syllabus for state board schools
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government has decided to revise the syllabus for state board schools, beginning with higher secondary classes in 2018-19.
This comes in the wake of criticism that the state government syllabus is below par and is insufficient to equip students to meet the challenges of multiple national-level competitive examinations.
"Textbooks would be available shortly for the forthcoming academic year. However, we are likely to revise the syllabus for the 2018-19 academic year, an announcement would be made soon," school education minister K A Sengottaiyan said.