Now the scholars from Government faculties in Uttar Pradesh will research and examine e-governance, synthetic intelligence, cryptocurrency, drone technology, and data technology (IT) developments.
According to the board secretary Dibyakant Shukla, Prayagraj-headquartered Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Board has up to date the syllabus in accordance with the National Education Policy 2020 for courses 9 to 12 and uploaded it on its official web site for the comfort of the scholars. The modifications are particularly made in the curriculum for computer learning, which is taught in 28000 faculties of UP board.
The syllabus is revised with the steerage and approval of topic specialists. It’s a big change because it doesn’t comply with the present course prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).
The specialists have changed conventional computer programming languages reminiscent of C++ and HTML with Python and Java for sophistication 11 and 12 college students. This determination was made as a result of HTML and C++ languages will not be practised nowadays; as an alternative, Core Java, Robotics and Drone Technology are launched in the Class 12 syllabus.
The class 11 college students will research the Internet of Things (IoT), synthetic intelligence, blockchain technology, augmented and digital actuality, 3-D printing and cloud computing.
Apart from HTML and C++, the board has additionally eliminated chapters on computer generations, historical past, and kinds of computer systems as a result of of their irrelevance. The class 10 college students will research methods to keep away from hacking, phishing and cyber fraud. They will even be taught about synthetic intelligence, drone technology and cyber safety.
Even college students will research e-governance as an element of their curriculum.
Now class 9 college students will likely be taught programming methods, computer communication and networking, which class 10 college students earlier studied.
While speaking concerning the current modifications in the syllabus Biswanath Mishra, “UP Board has made important changes in the syllabus of computer as a subject for students of classes 9 to 12. Students will now be taught modern topics like cryptocurrency, drone technology, artificial intelligence, hacking, fishing and cloud computing. This will prepare them as per the requirement of modern times”. He teaches computer systems at Shiv Charan Das Kanhaiya Lal Inter College, Attarsuiya, Prayagraj.