CBSE New Subjects: 9th, 10th में 3 भाषाओं समेत पढ़ने होंगे 10 विषय, 11th, 12th में 2 भाषाएं अनिवार्य

CBSE New Subjects: The Central Board of Secondary Education is implementing the national education policy 2020 in all the schools that are affiliated with CBSE across the country. Recently, the National curriculum framework has revised textbooks and syllabi of school students in India and boards are implementing it in their curriculum. Now there is another update from CBSE as students have to study at least three languages in classes 9th and 10th and have to study a total of 10 subjects in these classes. If you are also a student or a Guardian of any student who is studying in class 9th to 12th in the CBSE board then you should have the latest updates on the CBSE syllabus for students class 9 to 12th.

Three languages are necessary in class 9th and 10th

According to the new guidelines of CBSE to their schools, students have to study at least three languages in classes 9th and 10th where two languages should be opted from Indian languages and the third language should be opted from Any international language including English, French, German, Arabic, etc. However students were Already studying three languages and different schools according to the facility, but now it is necessary for all the students who are studying in 9th and 10th class in CBSE board to select Total three languages Along with other subjects.

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A total of 10 subjects should be opted for by students 

Apart from the languages, there are 7 subjects including main subjects and additional subjects including vocational and skill-based subjects. So by including all the subjects students who are studying in the 9th and 10th classes will be eligible to appear in a total of 10 subjects in their classes from this session. There are a total of two languages and an international language included in the syllabus of the CBSE 9th and 10th classes.

Apart from this, mathematics, Science and social science are also necessary subjects where students will not find any option to choose any one subject as they need to study all study along with the three languages. Apart from these subjects, CBSE have also introduced Arts, physical education, computer education and 1 vocational subject in the syllabus of the 9th and 10th classes. So whenever you calculate the total subjects in the 10th class and 12th class then you will find a list of the total of 10 subjects.

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6 Subjects are necessary for the 11th class

If you are studying in 11th class for 12th class then you will get opportunity to select a total of 6 subjects according to stream and subject combination. There will be a total of two languages in the 11th and 12th classes and for other subjects which will include main subjects as well as additional subjects accordingly.

So students need to qualify for all the examination to get admission to the next class after the 11th and 12th classes. but CBSE will not only provide marks to the students but will also follow the grading system of all the schools in CBSE to promote burden free education.

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CBSE will not declare 10th class board result toppers list 

Apart from changes in syllabus and subject combinations, CBSE is also Modifying the current evolution system where the complete evolution is based on marks. Currently board is providing the result by following multiple categories such as division including first division second division and third division in the result and other criteria.

but after the implementation of the new evaluation system, CBSE will release the results of the 10th class and 12th classes in Grades and credits where candidates will only be informed about the range of their marks between 90 to 100 and so on but will not able to get the exact percentage in the printed result of CBSE. However, students can calculate Percentage of their marks by multiplying their CGPA by 9.5. 


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