Hindi is one of the core subjects in CBSE curriculum. It is an optional subject for class 12 students. The candidates can opt any of the languages other than Hindi. Candidates can also choose the levels of Hindi that they want to study i.e. Core level or Elective Level. There are various other languages that a student can choose. The languages are English, Sanskrit, Spanish, German, Russian, Urdu, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Arabic, Mizo, Manipuri, Tibetan, Nepali. Students are free to choose any of the language given above at any level.
Hindi contains a total of four section and these sections are subdivided into various units. The first section contains 2 units, the second section 5 units, the third section 11 units, and the fourth section has units.
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CBSE has also divided these sections and units in the number of marks provided. The first section has a total of 16 marks, the second section contains 20 marks, the third section posses 44 marks while the board has given 20 marks to the fourth section. In this way, this subject contains 100 marks.
According to the reports, Hindi could be compulsory for class 10 and class 12 students. As per the parliamentary panel’s suggestions, the ex-president, Mr. Pranab Mukharjee had asked the centre to communicate with the states regarding this step. Now, the decision is pending for the approval of HRD. An official said that this step can be taken in the next session i.e. CBSE 2019-20 session.
The Central Board of Secondary Education will release the CBSE Date Sheet 2019 in the fourth week of December 2018. The exams are expected to be held after February 15, 2019. First, the exams will be conducted for the skill education subjects then the students who have opted the core subjects will get the chance to appear for the board exams. These students will be able to sit for the exams in the month of March 2019. For class 10, there are a total of 15 vocational subjects. For class 12, the number of vocational subjects is 40. There are also some other subjects such as Graphics, Office Communication, Web Applications which have less than 500 students. The core subjects include English, Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Hindi etc.
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