The list of chapters and topics that have been dropped from the Class 11 syllabus of the CBSE Board is included in the deleted syllabus. For the 2023–24 school year, view the CBSE Class 11 subject-by-subject canceled syllabus here.
CBSE Deleted Syllabus for Class 11 2023-2024
We have witnessed a lot that was unexpected and unreasonable over the last few years. The COVID-19 epidemic caused modifications to numerous industries’ laws and regulations as well as their working models. The New Education Policy was introduced in 2020 during the epidemic and places an emphasis on “Reducing curriculum content to enhance essential learning and critical thinking.” The following year, 2022–2023, CBSE dropped 30% of the curriculum. Students now have to study less than in previous years, which is wonderful news for them. The remaining time will be used to engage children in worthwhile activities that will benefit their overall development.
2023–24 CBSE Class 11 Revised Syllabus
With the start of the new academic year, students must obtain a copy of the most recent syllabus in order to properly monitor the subjects covered for their session 1 and session 2 exams in the classroom. From this point forward, the exam will be based on the most recent syllabus, and the exam papers won’t feature any of the subjects that were dropped from the previous curriculum.
To familiarize themselves with the standards for internal and external evaluation and assessment processes, students should read through the revised curriculum once. Students will better understand the essential subjects and their relative weights if they read the most recent syllabus.
NCERT Deleted Syllabus for Class 11 (All Subjects)
The content of the NCERT textbooks has been impacted by the 30% reduction in the CBSE syllabus. NCERT has removed some topics from its textbooks in order to conform to the new CBSE curriculum. Topics, associated examples, and questions are all included in the deletion. Following the introduction of the new modifications, NCERT has published a list of the rationalized content that teachers and students can review and use to cover the curriculum.