The NCERT syllabus is an accumulative curriculum. The syllabus has been organized in such a way that the course is in a flow and connected to each other. For instance, in Algebra, there is an introduction to numbers in one standard such as complex numbers, real numbers, whole numbers and integers. In the advanced standard, there is a comprehensive attitude towards quadratic numbers which is founded totally on the complex numbers introduction. Similarly, all the topics follow an accumulative curriculum which helps scholars not to overlook the preceding contents. Moreover, this makes memorizing easy.
The NCERT curriculum is not based on rote learning and provides a competitive edge at the national level after schooling.
The NCERT syllabus is considerate of all the scholars, regardless of their intelligence level. The syllabus is intended to explain and refine your questions, theories and give you a systematic comprehension of the multifaceted subjects and topics.
It’s a popular fairytale in the midst of scholars that textbooks following the NCERT syllabus are not sufficient for preparation of the CBSE Board Exam. The scholars should recognize that CBSE probes most of the problems from NCERT textbooks only. One should read, study and understand these books carefully as typically; nothing is asked beyond these textbooks.
Once one sticks to the NCERT syllabus and studies from its books dutifully for a month, they will see that they’ll be able to solve all the problems from the previous exam papers very fast. Everything that CBSE asks is from NCERT. Just a few statistics and linguistics are twisted to quiz your understanding.
As the NCERT syllabus itself approves these textbooks, thus they are sufficient for any scholar to get high marks in examinations. The scholars just need to prepare all the questions at the back of NCERT books numerous times. And one should solve the problems in similar linguistics as used in NCERT books.
There is unquestionably no damage in using extra textbooks or reference textbooks or side textbooks. But many times, it has been seen that these side textbooks stray the scholars from their goals and puzzle them. That’s why, it is good to stick to the NCERT syllabus and if in the least, one wishes to refer to side textbooks, they should not use many of them.
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