CBSE New Syllabus- Know Major Topics Removed



The Central Board of Secondary Education released a new syllabus for Classes 10th-12th. In the CBSE Board New Syllabus, there are topics that have been dropped on the recommendations of NCERT. The CBSE Syllabus has been cut down by 30%. These changes were announced in the CBSE New Curriculum released on April 21. Some of the major topics that are removed include Cold War Era, The Mughal Court, Non-Aligned Movement, and translated excerpts of Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s poems. The Board faced criticism for the new changes. Read this article to know everything about the CBSE New Syllabus.

Topics Removed in the CBSE New Curriculum

Here is a list of the important topics that are missing from the CBSE New Syllabus 2022.

  • Translated verses of Faiz’s poetry in the section of ‘Religion, Communalism, and Politics- Communalism, Secular State’. One of the excerpts removed is ‘ We remain strangers even after so many meetings, bloodstains remain even after so many rains’
  • Chapter of Challenges to Democracy
  • Section of ‘Impacts of Globalisation on Agriculture’ from the chapter Food Security.
  • Chapter of Democracy and Diversity
  • Chapter of Popular Struggle and Movements
  • ‘The Mughal Court: Reconstructing Histories through Chronicles’ 
  • Cold War Era
  • Rise of Islamic Empires in Afro-Asian territories
  • Central Islamic Lands

There are also two posters and a political cartoon that have been removed from CBSE New Syllabus 2022. The cartoon that has been removed included the text ‘This chair is for the CM-designate, to prove his secular credentials. There will be plenty of rocking!’ The posters removed were from the chapter ‘Religion, Communalism and Politics’. 

Download CBSE Board New Class 10th Syllabus

Here is a list of syllabus for various subjects in class 10th. 

SubjectSyllabus PDF
MathematicsDownload here
ScienceDownload here
Social ScienceDownload here
English (Language and Literature)Download here
Hindi (Course A)Download here
Hindi (Course B)Download here
Computer ApplicationsDownload here
Home ScienceDownload here
PaintingDownload here
SanskritDownload here
Urdu (Course A)Download here
Urdu (Course B)Download here
NCCDownload here
FrenchDownload here
SpanishDownload here
RussianDownload here
JapaneseDownload here
GermanDownload here

Download CBSE Board New Class 11-12th Syllabus

Download the subject-wise syllabus for class 11-12th. 

SubjectSyllabus PDF
MathematicsDownload here
PhysicsDownload here
ChemistryDownload here
BiologyDownload here
AccountancyDownload here
EconomicsDownload here
Business Studies Download here
GeographyDownload here
HistoryDownload here
Political ScienceDownload here
PsychologyDownload here
SociologyDownload here
English CoreDownload here
English ElectiveDownload here
Hindi CoreDownload here
Hindi ElectiveDownload here
Applied MathematicsDownload here
Computer ScienceDownload here
Physical EducationDownload here
Home ScienceDownload here
NCCDownload here

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CBSE New Syllabus FAQs

Is there any reduction in the CBSE New Curriculum?

Yes, there is a 30% deduction in the new syllabus.

Which topics have been removed from the CBSE New Curriculum?

The topics like the Cold War Era, The Mughal Court, the Non-Aligned Movement, and translated excerpts of Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s poems have been removed in the CBSE New Curriculum.

Where is the new CBSE syllabus available?

Candidates can download the new syllabus from CBSE’s website.

When was the CBSE Board New Syllabus released?

The Board released the new curriculum on 21 April.

Which topics were removed from the subject of History?

Topics like The Mughal Court, Rise of Islamic Empires, and Industrial Revolution were removed from the subject of History.