Government of Nepal, Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology, Curriculum Development Center has recently unveiled the new curriculum for classes 11 and 12 as a new turn in the policy and structure of school-level education in Nepal.
The curriculum of Grade 11 and 12 can be downloaded from the corresponding links.
Students studying in class 11 and 12 from this academic session have to study according to the new curriculum. After the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) of 2076 could not be conducted due to the infection of coronavirus, the students enrolled in class 11 on the basis of internal evaluation of the school have to study according to the new curriculum.
Keshav Dahal, Director General of the Curriculum Development Center, informed that the new curriculum will be implemented in class 11 from the new academic session. “Necessary preparations are being made for that,” he said. Class 1 is also set to introduce a new curriculum this year. Accordingly, students studying in class 11 will now have to study six hundred integers.
According to the new curriculum, three subjects will now be compulsory, including Nepali, English and social studies. Earlier, only two subjects, Nepali and English, were compulsory in class 11. There will be only three elective subjects. Students will also be able to take an examination in one more subject of 100 integers if they wish.