New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the handbook for classes 11, 12 applied mathematics. The new subject/course has been started for the academic session of 2020-21 for students from commerce and arts stream. Since the subject is a new introduction, the board has released a complete handbook with option to download it online.

The applied mathematics handbook has been shared by the board with respective schools. This handbook includes a complete syllabus and exercises for the new course. Since the new paper is being introduced from this session, books are yet to be available.

Download the complete syllabus of Applied Mathematics here.

As per revised syllabus for all the subjects, CBSE is yet to release any information regarding the same. The HRD Ministry and Board have confirmed that the current syllabus would be trimmed to accommodate the loss of time period due to lockdown imposed in the wake of COVID-19 cases. Though online classes have began in several schools across the country, the CBSE has taken cognisance of the fact that the current syllabus needs to be trimmed.

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According to Times Now, senior board officials have confirmed that CBSE and NCERT are working together to cut short the syllabus for classes 10, 12. The schools have been granted permission to reduce the syllabus for classes 1 to 8. For classes 10, 12, only particular topics or parts would be trimmed and not complete chapters.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of HRD has released dates for the pending exams for classes 10 and 12. The examinations will be conducted from July 1 to July 15. While Class 12 exams will be held nationwide, class 10 exams will be only held for students in the clash-hit northeast Delhi as exams have been cancelled nationwide. For more details visit the official website of CBSE at

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