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UP Board exam pattern has changed, now 10 subjects will have to be studied, applicable from next session

Change in UP Board Exam Pattern Class 9th 10th: U.P Board There are preparations for a big change in the 9th and 10th class examinations. This will completely change the UP Board exam pattern for more than 50 lakh students. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UPMSP) has decided to make important changes in the exam pattern of class 9th and 10th under the National Education Policy 2020. These changes will be implemented from the academic session 2025-26.

Under this change, where till now students had to appear for exams in only 6 subjects, now they will have to appear for exams in 10 subjects. According to this new pattern, studying three languages ​​will be compulsory for all students.

UP Board 10 Subjects: Which subjects will have to be studied?

Hindi language will be compulsory for all. Along with this, children will be able to select any two of the languages ​​mentioned here-

  • Sanskrit
  • Gujarati
  • Urdu
  • Punjabi
  • Bangla
  • Marathi
  • Assamese
  • Oriya
  • Kannada
  • Kashmiri
  • Sindhi
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Malayalam
  • Nepali
  • the shift
  • Arabic
  • Persian
  • English

Mathematics, Science and Social Science will also remain compulsory subjects for all students. In addition, they will have to choose one subject from Home Science, Anthropology, Commerce, NCC, Computer, Agriculture or Environmental Science.

  • In the field of art education, students will have to choose one subject from painting, theatre, singing or music.
  • Under physical and health education, moral science, yoga, sports and physical education and social service will be compulsory for all.
  • Apart from this, under vocational education, students will have to select any one of the 31 subjects.
  • The written examination of Physical Education, Arts and Vocational Education subjects will be of 30 marks.

This new UP Board exam pattern will affect more than 50 lakh students of class 9th and 10th studying in more than 27 thousand schools recognized by the UP Board. The board has planned to implement these changes in a phased manner from the academic session 2025-26.

In this regard, the board has sought suggestions from all stakeholders by June 29 at upmspncf2023@gmail.com. So that a better education system can be developed in line with the new education policy.

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