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Monday, February 23, 2015

Amendment in Article 108 of the Education Code for Kendriya Vidyalayas

Amendment in Article 108 of the Education Code for Kendriya Vidyalayas


Kendruya Vidyalaya Sangathan
(Min.of HRD,Deptt. Of Education, Govt.of India)
18-Institutional Area
Shaheed jeet singh Marg
110016/New Delhi – 110016

Dated:21-01-2015

F.11016/01/2013-15/KVS(HQ)/Acad/ASC/ATR

Office Memorandum

Subject: Amendment in Article 108 of the Education Code for Kendriya Vidyalayas.

Board of Governors of KVS in its 100th meeting held on 10-12-2014 has ratified the recommendations of 42nd Academic Advisory Committee (AAC) meeting held on 26-11-2014 on Amendment in Article 108 of the Education Code for Kendriya Vidyalayas.


The Amendment are as under:-

Existing provision
A. Classes I to II
(1) Hindi (2) Engilsh
(3) Mathematics (4) Art of Healthy and productive living

A.Classes III to V
Scholastic Subjects:
(1) Hindi (2) English
(3) Mathematics
(4) Environmental Studies

Non – Scholastic Subjects:
(5) Work Experience
(6) Art (7) Physical Education/Games (8) Music (Computer Awareness programme as a part of work experience shall be provided from class III onwards if, facilities are available.)
Amended Provision
A. Classes I to V
(1) Hindi (2) English
(3) Mathematics
(4) Environmental Studies

Co Scholastic Subjects:-
(5) Art Education (6) Work Education (7) Health and physical Education (8) ICT skills

*Art Education includes Music, Drawing Dance & Drama.

C. Calsses Vi to VIII Scholastic Subjects:
(1) Sanskrit (2) Hindi (3) English (4) Mathematics (5) General Science (6) Social Studies
Non Scholastic Subjects:
(7) SUPW (8) Art Education (9) Health and Physical Education
B. Classes Vi to VIII Scholastic Subjects:
(1)Hindi (2) English (3) Third Language – Sanskrit (4) Mathematics (5) Science (6) Social Science
Co Scholastic Subjects:
(7) Work Education (8) Art Education (9) Health and physical Education including Yoga (10) ICT Skills
* Art Education includes Music, Drawing, Dance & Drams.
D. Classes IX and X Scholastic Subjects:
(1) & (2) Any two languages out of Sanskrit, Hindi and English (3) Mathematics
(4) Science and Technology
(5) Information Technology
(6) Socience (Computer literacy/Education as a part of work experience)
C. Classes IX and X:
Scholastic Subjects:
(1) & (2) Any two languages out of Sanskrit, Hindi and English (3) Mathematics
(4) Science 5) Social Science

Co Scholastic Subjects:-
(6) Work Education (7) Art Education (8) Health and physical Education including yoga (9) ICT Skills
* Vocational Subjects, if any, as per CBSE Guidelines.
** Art Education includes Music, Drawing Dance & Drame.
E.Calsses XI and XII
I Science Group:
Compulsory: Core language (English or Hindi or Sanskrit), SUPW, General Studies
Elective: Any four of the following: (i) physics (ii) Chemistry (iii) Biology (iv)Mathematics (v) informatics practices (vi) Computer Science (vii) Multimedia & Web Technology (viii) Economics (ix) language other than that offered as compulsory core languae (x) Biotechnology
D.Classes XI and XII
I Science Stream:
Core Subjecs: English, Hindi,Sanskrit (Any One or two*)
Elective: (Any four or three*) out of the following:
(i) Physics (ii) Chemistry (iii) Biology (iv) Mathematics (V) Computer Science (VI) Informatics Practices (VII)Economics (ix) language other than that offered as compulsory core language (x) Biotechnology
* Total: Core +Elective – 05 Subjects (CBSE guidelines to be followed)
II Commerce Gorup:
Compulsory: Core language (Snskrit or English or Hindi) SUPW, General Studies.
Elective: Any four of the following (i) Accountancy (ii) Business Studies (iii) Economics (iv) Mathematics (v) Geography (vi) Informatics practices (vii) Computer Science (viii) Multimedia & Web Technology (ix) language other than that offered as compulsory core language.

II Commerce Stream:
Core Sunjects: English, Hindi, Sanskrit (Any one ot two*)
Elective: (An four or three*) out of the following:
(i) Accountancy (ii) Business Studies (iii) Economics (iv) Mathematics (v) Geography (vi) Informatics practices (vii) Computer Science (viii) Multimedia & Web Technology (ix) language other than that offered as compulsory core language.
* Total: Core +Elective = 05 Subjects (CBSE guidelines to be followed)
III Humanities Group:
Compulsory: Core language (Sanskrit or Hindi or English), SUPW, General Studies.
Elective: Any four of the following
(i) History (ii) Geography (iii) Economics (iv) Mathematics (v) language other than that offered as compulsory core language (vi) Multimedia & Web Technology (vii) Informatics practices.

Note: Students may offer any subject as prescribed by the CBSE provided 15 or more students opt for the same. However, a student can also opt for any other subject (s) other than the above, even if the number of students is less than 15, provided he/she makes his/her own arrangements for study. This applies for both compulsory and elective subjects.
III Humanities Stream:
Core Subjects: English, Hindi, Sanskrit (any one or two*)

Elective: (Any four or three*) out of the following:

(i) History (ii) Geography (iii) Economics (iv) Mathematics (v) language other than that offered as compulsory core language (vi) Multimedia & Web Technology (vii)Informatics practices (viii) Political science (ix) Sociology

* Total: Core +Elective =05 Subjects (CBSW Guidelines to be followed)

Co Scholastic subjects for all streams:  
i) Work Education
ii) Health and physical Education including yoga
iii)General studies/life skills Education/Values Education/Gender Sensitivity
Note: Students may offer any subject as prescribed by the CBSE an arrangement of contractual teacher can be made by KV provided 15 or more students opt for the same. However, a student can also opt for any other subject(s) other than the above (Subject to CBSE guidelines), even if the number of students is less than 15, provided he/she makes his/her own arrangements for study. This applies for both core and elective subjects.

 Yours faithfully

Sd/-
(Dr.V.Vijayalakshmi)
Joint Commissioner(Acad)


Source: http://kvsangathan.nic.in/CircularsDocs/CIR-ACAD-23-02-15.PDf

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