University Grants Commission (UGC) asks all varsity to consider CBSE Applied Mathematics for admissions. As the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) introduces a new subject ‘Applied Mathematics’. This academic subject is for class 11 and 12 students.
Moreover, Applied Mathematics recognizes as a regular academic subject. It is of total 100 marks, consisting of 80 and 20 percent for theory and practical respectively. And, the obtaining marks will include on the board exam result.
Therefore, UGC asked all the university’s vice-chancellors to give recognition to this subject. The official notice stated that this subject may be considered in calculating the total marks. Also, it will evaluate at par with Mathematics while evaluating. Accordingly, Applied Mathematics also determines the student’s eligibility for humanities and commerce admission.
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BENEFITS OF CBSE’S APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR ADMISSIONS
The objective of introducing a new subject is to strengthen Mathematical skills and understanding. These skills are also required in humanities, social science, commerce, accountancy, and other fields except pure science.
Moreover, it will benefit the students in higher education. If they want to make a career in social science, commerce, fine arts, and biological sciences, etc.
As per the CBSE letter, “It observes that some of the universities make it compulsory to deliver Applied Mathematics at 11 and 12 class for admission in humanities and commerce programs. Accordingly, we urge you to consider the new subject CBSE Applied Mathematics for admissions to higher studies.”