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CBSE to Implement NCFFS 2022 from Next Academic Session


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to implement the National Curriculum Framework for Foundation Stage (NCFFS) 2022, which was developed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), from the academic session of 2023-24. According to recent updates, the board has also advised schools providing basic education to comply with the recommendations provided in NCFFS 2022 concerning pedagogy, curriculum, assessment, and other related areas.


As per the official notice, CBSE has embraced NCFFS 2022, and the new structure of five-year education at the foundational stage (Nursery to Class 2) will be introduced in CBSE-affiliated schools that offer education to the age group of 3 to 8 years at the foundational stage from the upcoming academic session.

National Curriculum Framework for Foundation Stage 2022 Details

The CBSE has stated that NCFFS 2022 includes various illustrations and examples that are essential in its implementation. These examples help to explain abstract concepts, reinforce learning, and make new ideas more accessible to teachers. Additionally, the notice also mentioned that numerous examples are included to enhance understanding and provide concrete ways for day-to-day teaching.

Furthermore, the CBSE has allowed schools that offer classes from 1 to 10/12 to increase their infrastructural requirements to include pre-primary classes. Schools that are already offering foundational classes may continue to provide three years of pre-primary education.

The CBSE has also confirmed that the qualifications required for teachers will remain the same as per the existing National Council of Teachers Education (NCTE) notification. Additionally, the board has informed that the NCF document includes academic guidelines for hand-holding schools in the pages for secondary schools.

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