The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Handbook of Applied Mathematics, a course started for the 11th and 12th classes. Applied Mathematics has been started from the academic session 2020-21.
With the release of its syllabus, now the board has also released the handbook. Keeping in mind the humanities and commerce students, this new subject has been included in the syllabus.
CBSE has provided the Applied Mathematics Handbook to the respective schools. In the handbook, along with syllabus, the content of practice for the new course is also given.
This subject has been started from this session, so due to being new, its books are not available yet. In view of this, the CBSE Board has released a handbook for students, so that schools and students can understand the subject and continue studying.
Let us know that the paper of applied mathematics will give students information about the application of maths for different fields. Students from class 11 will now have to choose one of the papers in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics.
CBSE released the notification sometime back, stating, “Mathematics is a subject that is most widely used in economics, commerce, social science and other fields.”
But at the time of university education, this syllabus does not go with the subjects based on commerce and social science.
Keeping this in mind, another elective is being added to the mathematics syllabus. It aims to give students such knowledge in mathematics. Which, apart from Physics, can also be used in other fields.
The CBSE Board hopes that the new subjects of mathematics will teach students new skills in critical thinking, problem solving, logical reasoning, and mathematical thinking. ”
Explain that students who want to do Mathematics Honors or Engineering course after 12th can choose Mathematics (041) paper. At the same time, students who want to make a career in the second field, they can choose the Applied Mathematics (241).
Students will have to choose any one of these two papers of mathematics based on their interest according to their career.