What is NCERT? National Council of Educational Research and Training
What is NCERT: NCERT is a standard syllabus that is preferred to all the students, NCERT stands for National Council of Educational Research and Training. CBSE follows NCERT Syllabus. NCERT is founded in 1961 by the ministry of India. The headquarter of it is in India, New Delhi. All the schools whether it is in India or out of India. All those country India that are affiliated with CBSE followed NCERT Syllabus.
NCERT Recommended in UPSC/PCS
Not only those who are under 1st to 12th class they preferred NCERT course but also, those who are preparing for UPSC or PCS they also recommend to study with NCERT first. The reseason behind it is only, NCERT covers all those facts which are important for a student that should have an understanding of the NCERT. It helps to provide the best education on the basis of real knowledge.
Official Site of the: (NCERT: National Council of Educational Research and Training) is here
Who Supports NCERT
The Indian government or education minister currently, plays an important role in NCERT. It is conducted by these 7 things:
a) Central Institute of Education
b) Central Bureau of Textbook Research
c) Central Bureau of Educational and Vocational Guidance
d) Directorate of Extension Programmes for Secondary Education
e) National Institute of Basic Education
f) National Fundamental Education Centre
g) National Institute of Audio-Visual Education
NEP | New Education Policy
New Education Policy will help students, it is implemented by the prime minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi. In Interviews, the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) director Hrushikesh Senapaty said that NEP going to work for students. He appreciated the students.
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