Since you are aware of the fact that to start a new academic session you need a bunch of new textbooks. The new textbooks are something you always wait to receive as soon as you get promoted to next class. Have you ever read the preface or index of your textbook or have you ever wondered who is actually publishing your books, writes, edits or regulates them.
One could get all such information in the book itself. These books are written by a panel of experts from the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and would be the perfect companion for life. NCERT textbooks are the root of your knowledge which you gain in your entire academic life.
NCERT textbooks not only helps you to get through your board exams but also are the foundation for competitive exams which one might face in the coming years. Every set of guidebooks, sample papers, worksheets are prepared on the basis of these textbooks. Hence it’s vital that you always keep them handy as nowadays the Govt of India has produced e-versions of these textbooks for better accessibility.
National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), established in 1961, was a wing generated by Government of India to support the educational system in India.
The CBSE (Central Board of secondary education), which is the most recognized institution of India, provides the syllabus for the board exams completely based on NCERT textbooks. If you go through previous years CBSE question papers, you will find that most of the questions are asked from the NCERT textbooks. Every concept in NCERT textbook is very important and does not cover a remote module. NCERT also provides sample papers, practice papers and question banks apart from Textbooks.
Please note that these NCERT textbooks are copyrighted. While copies of the NCERT textbooks can be downloaded and used as textbooks for reference but republication is strictly prohibited. No agency or individual can make electronic or print copies of these books and redistribute them. Also, use of online books as a part of the digital content software is strictly prohibited. No website or online service has the permission to host these online textbooks. However, the link may be provided by written permission from NCERT.
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