CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: Board releases Handbook of Applied Mathematics for 11th and 12th classes, see such syllabus

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CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: Board releases Handbook of Applied Mathematics for 11th and 12th classes


CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: The Central Board of Secondary Education has released a handbook for the recently introduced optional subject Mathematics for senior secondary classes. Students who have chosen these new electives of class 11 and class 12 during the academic session 2020-21 in CBSE board schools can get a syllabus and other required information from this handbook. According to media reports, the handbook has been sent by the CBSE board to the respective schools about the new elective subject applied mathematics.

Let us tell you that on 1 April 2020, CBSE issued a release saying that the current syllabus of Mathematics is in line with the subjects of the Science stream but higher educational institutions do not harmonize with the subjects of Commerce and Social Science stream. The board said in the release that through applied mathematics, skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, logical reasoning, and mathematical thinking will be improved.

Whereas earlier, the board made it clear in another circular issued on 7 April 2020 that 11th-grade students can not choose applied mathematics as a skilled elective as the new semester, as well as the academic session 2020 -21, will be provided as a revised curriculum. A subject. This clarification was given by the board because during the previous session 2019-20, applied mathematics was being taught as a skill elective (subject code 840), with this skill elective subject as the main subject mathematics (code 041). was chosen. On the other hand, the CBSE Board on the other hand has not given any information about the revised syllabus of various subjects for the new academic session 2020-21. Chana has not been released yet. In a recent update, the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development had said that the current curriculum should be trimmed in view of academic work being disrupted due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.

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