No more homework for class I and II students: HRD ministry to schools

As per a fresh directive from the Human Resource Development ministry, now Class I and Class II students will not be assigned with any homework. The directive has also prescribed weight limit of school bags for each class.

According to the official order, the HRD ministry has “instructed all the states and Union Territories to formulate guidelines to regulate the teaching of subjects and weight of school bags in accordance with the Government of India instructions.”

“Schools should not prescribe any other subjects except language and mathematics for classes I and II, and language, EVS and mathematics for classes III to V students as prescribed by the NCERT,” the order said.

Students should not be asked to bring additional books, extra materials and the weight of a school bag should not exceed the prescribed limit, the order added.

The weight of school bags for students of classes I and II should not exceed 1.5 kg, while the school bag of students of class III to V should weigh between 2 kg to 3 kg. The school bag of students of classes VI and VII should not be more than 4 kg, while weight of school bags of classes VIII and IX students should not be above 4.5 kg. The school bag of a class X student should not weigh above 5 kg, the order said.

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