UP Board Syllabus

The UP board made changes to the curriculum in 2000. Before that, in the high school level exam, different streams were included as a part of the syllabus. Arts, Science, Commerce, Fine arts, Agriculture were added. But in the new syllabus, the board follows a common core curriculum which is structured with six compulsory subjects and it is applied up to class X. These six compulsory subjects are Hindi, any other language, Social Science, Science, Mathematics and one subject of social work education.   Internal assessment is also conducted up to class IX. In this newly added curriculum, the syllabi of class IX and X are divided, and according to it, the high school exam is conducted on the basis of the syllabi of class X. At the intermediate level, students can choose five subjects, and among them, Hindi is mentioned as a compulsory subject. Other subjects can be taken from any groups of subjects.

For the first time, the UP Board has taken the decision to include credit system for high school and intermediate syllabuses. According to the Board, the new syllabus is more beneficial for students and it will help them to cope up with the current demands. Additionally, the syllabus is exclusively job oriented. In this new pattern, if any student cannot clear the exam, then he needs to appear for the exams of those particular subjects. Once the student clears the exam, then he can get the final mark sheet. Compartmental exams are also introduced by this board.

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In order to keep pace with technological advancement and to cope up with UP Board examinations, Pearson group has launched Edurite to help students by offering Books and CDs of different courses online.