CBSE Suggests 113 Course Options After Class 12; Check Details Here

CBSE released a book enlisting some of the most lucrative course options for higher education after class 12. Board has also mentioned the names of colleges, their eligibility criteria and other details related to each course.

CBSE Launches Compendium of Courses After Class 12
CBSE Launches Compendium of Courses After Class 12

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), with its aim to help students choose right course for them, released a compendium of suggestive courses that can be pursued after clearing the class 12 board examination. This compendium of suggestive courses for students gives the details of all necessary information about various course choices, institutes and the subject combinations available in higher education.

The book named as ‘Compendium of Academic Courses +2’ enlists 113 different courses across different fields. It also details the brief of each course, eligibility criteria and a list of the colleges and universities offering admission into it.

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A screenshot from ‘Compendium of Academic Courses +2’ by CBSE:

cbse courses after class 12

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Steps to check the list of courses suggested by CBSE:

(i) Log into the official website of CBSE,
(ii) Click on the active link, “CBSE brings out the first-ever compendium of academic courses for +2 students | Press Release | Compendium
(iii) Then you will be taken to a new page
(iv) Check the list of courses and other necessary details. You may download the same for future reference.

“The publication includes various course options with different subject combinations. While all care has been taken to provide information, (although in brief), about the traditional, popular and new age courses, it is not possible to provide a comprehensive information considering that there are an estimated 900 universities and over 41,000 colleges in the country providing higher education and teaching a plethora of subjects.” CBSE’s press release on concerned matter read.

CBSE, Chairperson, Anita Karwal on the release of compendium said that “The purpose of this compendium is to generate enough curiosity in the students to explore further on the scope, possibilities, avenues, for each of these courses and to look for other options beyond these courses as well.”

CBSE Board Exam 2019: Evaluation Process Started - Check details & updates on Shiksha Vani app

Meanwhile, CBSE is conducting the class 10 and class 12 examinations smoothly. For class 10 the examination will end on 29th March and for class 12 on 3rd April. The result for the CBSE exams is expected to be released by May 10, 2019. 

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