The Central Board of Secondary Education, i.e. CBSE, has abolished the compulsion of students to read Hindi and English from Class IX to XII. Now students will be able to read any regional language of their choice instead of Hindi and English. The board has sent this information to all schools. As of now, Hindi and English are taught in the ninth and twelfth grades besides the three main subjects – Mathematics, Science, and Social Sciences.
This major change has been made in the new syllabus by CBSE. According to the new academic session, this facility will be given to the students that they will be able to teach an optional subject as a subject other than language. According to the new syllabus, students of ninth and tenth can take Mathematics, Science, Social Science as well as Health and Physical Education, Art Education as another subject.
Following the changes made by CBSE in the 11th and 12th syllabus, the syllabus of the eleventh has nine areas of humanities and social science languages, mathematics, business in commerce based collectives, visual and performing and creative, art skill elective, health and physical education, general education, Etc Topics are included.
Students can download this course from the CBSE website. On behalf of the board, schools have been asked to inform the teachers regarding this course so that they can prepare their plan based on this. The board will also soon issue board sample paper and detailed question paper.
The board has designed the syllabus according to the National Curriculum Framework 2005, which aims to make students aware of jobs available in engineering and medical as well as other fields. The Board’s city coordinator Rajeev Ranjan said that teachers should be taught according to the syllabus Is being inspired for. With this, students will be able to make a career in other fields as well.