AICTE's big decision: Essentials of Mathematics and Physics subject finished in

Created on: 2021-03-12 09:04:51 | Author: Team Sikshatoday | Home Page | Engineering

 New Delhi: By amending its rules for the study of engineering, the Indian Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has abolished the compulsory study in mathematics, physics and chemistry (PCM) subjects in the 12th standard. AICTE has taken this decision to provide relief to students coming from "diverse backgrounds" to study engineering.

3 out of 14 subjects will have to pass

After this decision of AICTE, now students who do not study Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry in class 12 from this year can also fulfill their dream of becoming engineers. According to the revised rules of AICTE, students have to pass 12th with minimum 45 percent marks to apply for B.Tech entrance exam.

Will have to do. Along with this, it will be necessary to pass in three subjects out of the list of 14 subjects. AICTE has included Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Information Technology, Biology, Informatics Practice, Biotechnology, Technical Vocational Subjects, Engineering Graphics, Professional Studies, Entrepreneurship subjects in its revised rules.

Essentials of Mathematics and Physics subject finished in 12th

By the way, students who come from diverse backgrounds, the university will offer suitable courses like Mathematics, Physics, Engineering Drawing etc. for them. Till now, it was necessary to take Mathematics and Physical subjects in class 12 for admission to BE, B.Tech courses. Now its imperative has been done away with. AICTE's new According to the rule book, mathematics and physical subjects will not be compulsory in the 12th for admission in undergraduate courses of engineering and technical colleges. From the academic year 2020-21, students of diverse backgrounds will also be able to take admission in engineering courses.

Looking at the future, decided: Poonia

AICTE Vice President MP Poonia told that we have connected our rules with NEP keeping in mind the future. For example, this would enable a student of commerce background to study engineering, provided that he / she has passed in any of the 14 subjects listed in the rules.

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