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5 th std term 3 Tamil& Englishtext book new syllabus

TN formed a Curriculum Development Committee in June 2017 under the Chairmanship of M Anandakrishnan, former Vice-Chancellor of Anna University, and released a draft of the new syllabus in November last year.
Today, many textbooks are published in both print format and digital formats.
The students and teachers have welcomed the new syllabus issued by the Tamil Nadu State Board. Therevamped syllabus is suitable to equip Tamil Nadu students to tackle various competitive entrance exams like NEET, JEE, etc., and to choose from the most sought-after career options like Banking & Finance, SSC, UPSC, TNPSC, CAT, IT, and many more.

Experts point out that this new syllabus focuses more on concepts and understanding rather than memorising and reproducing answers. The state government, too, has been working towards making education more rounded in multiple steps.
For instance, it dropped the blueprint system that allowed teachers and students to selectively learn or omit portions from textbooks. This method encouraged rote learning the prescribed chapters based on the marks they would fetch in the board exams. The government has also banned public announcements of rankings in 10th and 12th boards
Yet another new addition is the QR code provided in every textbook for all classes. Usha Rani, Director of SCERT, says that Tamil Nadu is the first to do so in the country, “Students can access additional content by using the QR code in the textbook.” These QR codes will lead students and teachers to audio-visuals to enhance conceptual learning.


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