Delhi transforms its education system to DBSE:

  • Delhi decides to move away its education board from CBSE in order to get its own. This statement was announced by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday, 6th of March, 2021 during the recent state cabinet meeting.
  • The formation of a separate school board is a decision for almost around 2,700 schools located in Delhi, inclusive of all the private and public ones/Government ones.
  • There are around 1,000 Delhi government schools and about 1,700 private schools, most of them affiliated to the CBSE, in the city.
  • The new Board for Delhi referred to as DBSE (Delhi Board of School Education) aims to impart students from getting prepared “fiercely patriotic” and shall focus more on preparing more self-dependent students who shall supposedly serve the society and the country in a selfless manner, added the CM.
  • As per the announcement in the cabinet press conference, the DBSE system shall start from the academic year 2021-2022, with around 25 state government schools, engaging the next upcoming five years in bringing the left-over schools into the curriculum. This will include all the private schools of Delhi which are affiliated to the CBSE at present.
  • The new Board will have a governing body headed by the Education minister of the Delhi government and an executive body headed by a chief executive officer.
  • Kejriwal soon added to his points that the selection of schools will be done after discussion with the principals, teachers and parents.
  • CM speaks out the future of the board and how it shall bring in the best international practices and high-end techniques in school education with a long-term hope to impart the education as per the aptitude of the students.
  • The decision to take over the DBSE board wasn’t easy for the CM in the whole term. The All-India Parent’s Association (AIPA) opposed the setting up of the Delhi Board of School Education through out the discussions, as they believed, it will “lower the standard of education”. To support their theory, they claimed that the most of the biggest schools in the country are under the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
  • Educationist Sunita Gandhi said that the DBSE can play a “decisive role” in the evolution of the school ecosystem in the country as it has “modern day components such as international practices, focus on innovation and research, entrepreneurship, skill-based development, employability and other qualitative aspects”.
  • While discussing about the transformation of education system in the schools of Delhi, here in this article, we have provided the latest uploaded DBSE Class 10 syllabus for all the subjects for the academic year 2022.
  • Students must know that earlier they studied CBSE and NCERT curriculum in the previous class. So DBSE syllabus may be devised from CBSE Class 10 syllabus 2022.
  • Check the expected chapters which can be included in DBSE 10th syllabus 2022. Exact syllabus is to be provided by Delhi Board of School Education.
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 ScienceChemical Reactions and EquationsAcids, Bases, and SaltsMetals and Non-MetalsCarbon and Its CompoundsPeriodic Classification of ElementsLife ProcessesControl and CoordinationHow Do Organisms ReproduceHeredity and EvolutionLight reflection and refractionHuman eye and colourful worldElectricityMagnetic effect of electric currentSources of energyOur EnvironmentManagement of Natural Resources
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