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Now Class 9-10 CBSE Students Need To Study Ten Subjects, Including Three Languages

| Updated: April 8, 2024 10:47

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued instructions to its affiliated schools regarding the national framework prepared under the new education policy. Under the new rules, students of Class 9 and 10 will study two Indian languages along with one foreign language and students of Class 11 and12 will study two Indian languages.
In class 9th-10th, children will now have to study 10 subjects including three language subjects. Currently there are five main subjects and one vocational. One can include any foreign language, including English, French, German and Spanish.
The study hours for each subject have also been fixed. Under this, schools have been instructed to prepare 120 hours of study on language, environment and education and 150 hours on science and social science. At least 50 hours of project work has also been made mandatory in every subject, while 60 hours of study of art and physical education has been mandated.
Satish Kumar Jha, secretary of CBSE schools’ organisation Sahodaya said in Indian languages Hindi, Sanskrit, Punjabi and Bengali have been kept. There will still be three subjects in the core subjects, which are Mathematics, Science and Social Science. Whereas, skill subjects include Computer, Physical Education, Art Education and Environment Education.
Jha said there would be two language subjects and four other subjects in Class 11 and a student must pass in these six subjects. Now there will be a credit system for everyone along with marks. Guidelines have been given to schools regarding how much credit is there in which subject. Jha said that there was a possibility of having board exams twice.

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