Secondary Course Equivalent to Class X
This Course is equivalent to the Xth standard. You can choose subjects from the Scheme of Studeies given in Table-. However, you will be required to successfully complete a minimum of five subjects with atleast one language or atmost two languages, which is compulsory for certification.
Senior Secondary Course
This Course is designed for those who have passed the Xth standard or equivalent examination from a recognised Board and would like to continue their education towards a Senior Secondary Certification, equivalent to XII standard.
Your can choose subjects from the Scheme of Studies given in Table. However, you will be required to successfully complete a minimum of five subjects with atleast one language or atmost two languages, which is compulsory for Certification.
Scheme of Studies
The Scheme of Studies for Secondary and Senior Secondary Courses is shown in Table-1. For obtaining a pass certificate, you are required to pass in a minimum of five subjects including one or maximum of two languages from Group 'A' and other three or four subjects from Group 'B'. However, you are free to take upto two additional subjects. Thus, in all you can choose a maximum of seven subjects.
|Course||Subject Offered||Scheme of Studies|
Hindi(201), English(202), Bengali(203), Marathi(204), Telugu(205), Urdu(206), Gujarati(207), Kannada(208), Sanskrit(209), Punjabi(210), Assamese (228),Nepali(231), Malayalam(232), Oriya(233), Arabic (235),Persian (236), Tamil (237)
Mathematics(211), *Science(212), Social Science(213), Economics(214), Business Studies(215),*Home Science(216), *Word Processing(E)(219), Psychology (222), Indian Culture & Heritage (223),*Painting (225)
Hindi(301), English(302), Urdu(306), Sanskrit (309)
Mathematics(311), *Physics(312), Chemistry(313), *Biology(314),History(315), *Geography(316), Political Science(317), Economics(318), Commerce(319), Accountancy(320), *Home Science(321),*Word Processing(E)(327), Psychology(328), *Computer Science(330), Sociology(331), *Painting (332),*Mass Communication (335)