Applied arithmetic has been launched by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), for college kids of lessons 11 and 12 as a tutorial elective topic. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued a notification to includ the topic for calculating the combination marks whereas deciding the eligibility for admission to its affiliated schools.
The topic consists of 80 per cent marks for concept and 20 per cent marks for practicals within the board examination. The new topic is launched to the present arithmetic course on the senior secondary stage.
The fee in its official letter mentioned, “Applied mathematics may be considered at par with mathematics while calculating aggregate marks for admission in courses of humanities and commerce, other than pure sciences.” The UGC additional said that the marks obtained by the candidates on this topic may be included for calculating the combination marks throughout admission.
The UGC has instructed vice-chancellors of universities to take applicable motion for recognition of this new topic for the aim of admission of scholars in UG diploma packages. The CBSE has written this letter to UGC for the implementation of utilized arithmetic on the 10+2 stage and admission into completely different programs on the undergraduate stage in February 2021.
The fee has additionally connected the board’s letter stating that the course is launched to reinforce mathematical abilities and information. This can be utilized to social science, humanities, commerce, accountancy, and different aligned fields. According to the board’s assertion, utilized arithmetic will even profit the scholars prepared to pursue increased training in different comparable fields.
Applied arithmetic is the applying of mathematical science and its specialised information in numerous fields together with physics, engineering, medication, biology, finance, enterprise, laptop science, and business. It will even assist college students to develop abilities like important considering, problem-solving, logical reasoning, and mathematical considering.