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CBSE curates alternative experiments for practical work for class 9, 10 students



The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has curated alternate experiments for students of classes 9 and 10. The decision has been taken by the board as the Covid-19 induced lockdown and closure of schools has adversely affected physical learning.  According to a CBSE circular, “These hands-on activities are accompanied by step-by-step guides, videos and worksheets for students to record observations. A list of material needed for each experiment, together with alternatives has also been included in the content package to facilitate the learners. The content has been provided by ThinkTac and is also available on the Diksha portal.”

“While the activities and materials have been chosen to be safe for learners to do on their own, teachers are required to review these before assigning them and advise parents if supervision is required for any specific activity,” the board said.

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