Syllabus v/s Curriculum

Syllabus V/S Curriculum 

The curriculum and syllabus are two crucial elements of any educational program and are often used interchangeably. However, there is a fundamental difference between curriculum and syllabus, which is that curriculum is the broader, overarching framework that outlines the educational goals and structure of an entire program or institution, while the syllabus is a specific document that provides detailed information about an individual course within that program.

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Written by MBarq

I am a post graduate in English from Kashmir University . I have been teaching literature for last 15 years and now working with Foundation World School as English Mentor

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