CBSE Curriculum for the Academic Year 2022-23

The annual CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2022-23 for classes 10 and 12 will return to one board examination pattern. This official announcement was made by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on April 21. All the board examinations for classes 10 and 12 will be conducted in a pre-pandemic manner.

The Board will direct the annual scheme of assessment toward the end of the Academic Session 2022-23. They also have planned the academic curriculum accordingly, by considering the feedback from the stakeholders and other existing conditions. To check more details of the released circular, check the board’s website cbse.nic.in

The term wise examinations decision was made during the year hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The central education board split the 2021-2022 final exam into two terms. The term 1 examination had 50% of the syllabus weightage. Whereas, term 2 had a combination of subjective and objective based questions. However, the central education board has declared that the CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2022-23 will be discontinued. The board will hold exams in a single board exam pattern as per the previous norm. 

The revised syllabus has seen significant reduction in major subjects. The board also planned to limit the number of chapters this year. The CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2022-23 of classes 10 and 12 has been made available for all the subjects on the board’s official website. You can check the official curriculum link here: Curriculum 2023

CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2022-23

The Board also mentioned that the school needs to ensure curriculum transactions. The curriculum direction is specified in the initial pages of the curriculum document.

Please check the initials page of class 10th and 12th here:

Class 10thSecondary Curriculum
Class 12thSenior Secondary Curriculum

According to the board all the subjects must be taught as per designed in the curriculum by using appropriate teaching methods. These teaching methods include AIL (Art integrated education), Pedagogical Plan, Learning Beyond the Classroom, Project-Based Learning, etc. Sample question papers with detailed outline will be accessible on CBSE website in due course of time. In total CBSE conducts examinations for 189 subjects out of which 114 and 75 subjects are designed for class 12 and class 10 respectively.

As per the CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2022-23 for class 12 syllabus, the evaluation plan will have internal assessment, theory and practical components.

As per syllabus allocated for individual subjects the education board shall conduct annual examinations for class XII. For class 10, the evaluation plan will have an 80 marks component for Board examination (class X) and Annual Examination (class IX).  This will be for all subjects except compulsory subjects to be assessed internally along with a 20 marks component of Internal Assessment. Students have to secure 33 percent in total in each of these components.

The central education board has decided to pull back the old exam format. This decision has been made since there is considerable reduction of COVID cases. The new CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2022-23 can be viewed from the link provided here: https://cbseacademic.nic.in/curriculum_2023.html

9 thoughts on “CBSE Curriculum for the Academic Year 2022-23”

  1. Class 9 and 10 Social Sciences syllabus for the year 22-23 is too vast. It is requested to review the syllabus. Class X syllabus will have almost 20-21 chapters for the Boards.
    Teachers will somehow have to rush through the syllabus, but how will the students prepare.
    PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT THEY HAVE APPEARED FOR TERM 1 AND TERM IN CLASS 9,WOTH LIMITED SYLLABUS.

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  2. CBSE HAS NOT CLEARED ABOUT 12TH CLASS SYLLABUS
    ON GOOGLE MANY WEBSITES ARE SHOWING 30PERCENT REDUCED AND SOME SHOWING THAT AS IN 2019 AND FROM BEFORE AS CONTINUED TOBE CIRCULAR SO THE CONFUSSION CREATED
    IN STUDENT SO CBSE CLEAR ABOUT SYLLABUS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

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