CBSE Announces courses to Encourage class 12th Students in Exploring New Possibilities

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been announced a list of all possible courses that students can continue after class 12.

Also, CBSE has listed the names of the colleges, their eligibility criteria and other details related to that course.

CBSE chairperson, Anita Karwal in an official statement said CBSE has made a concise list of elective courses that will help the students to get information about various course choices, field institutes and combinations available in higher education before or after class 10 itself.

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Details of the list

More than 900 universities and 41,000 colleges are present in India. CBSE has considered almost all of the traditional, new age, and popular courses that are available in these universities and colleges.

The purpose of this detailed list is to boost interest among the students to explore further opportunities, possibilities, and scope in each of the courses. In spite of these courses, students can also look for other options.

Courses that are Included in the New CBSE List

The following are the list consists of 113 career options including:

  1. Art restoration
  2. Actuarial sciences
  3. Public relations
  4. Corporate intelligence
  5. Engineering
  6. Liberal studies
  7. Languages and related colleges and courses

The complete list of career options are available at the official website—https://cbse.nic.in

Moreover, class 12 exams are going on. The results of the CBSE class 12 board exam are expected to declare by May 10, 2019. For more information, students can also the check CBSE official website—cbse.nic.in.

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