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Analytical Progressions do have the Wideranging Consequential Future based upon Secendary School Curriculum

Dr. Rudrarup Gupta



Curriculum is one of the most important factors of a school to provide the day-to-day education for the students in a very constructive manner indeed. That is why this curriculum is having the elasticity of demand for the noticeable advancement of education and as a matter of the fact would be each student shall have the sound and quality education along with their paramount depth of knowledge in all the regards. On the other hand, the curriculum should be structured in such a fashion where each subject gets the equal preference and the substantial materials are provided to the students through some competent teachers as per their ardent interest, need and the highest occupational exposures respectively. The Secondary curriculum is a skills-focused program that provides students with a broad and balanced knowledge of key subjects, as well as effective critical thinking and communication skills. Basically, the key intention to create this curriculum is to provide the broad and balanced knowledge about each subject in enriching their broader perceptions which are to be implemented in the near future and it shall be definitely conducive for them to refine their significant academic career in style. Because they have to refine their present-day skills at every now and then. So, this structured curriculum is having the first-rated value not only to be implemented in a school but to reform the students along with their solid educational platforms in all over the globe in a befitting manner.


Keywords: Educational refinement, importance of curriculum, academic advancement and students’ achievement, curriculum and its consequential effects.

Citation: Rudrarup Gupta. Analytical Progressions do have the Wideranging Consequential Future based upon Secendary School Curriculum. OmniScience: A Multi-disciplinary Journal. 2022; 12(3): 7–12p.

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