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Curriculum of 9th to 12th classes changed, NCCP introduces 62 new subjects

In a major curriculum update after nearly three decades, the National Curriculum Council of Pakistan (NCCP) is introducing 62 new subjects for students in grades nine to twelve. The National Curriculum Council of Pakistan (NCCP) Monday announced the introduction of 62 new subjects for classes nine through twelve, marking a significant curriculum update after 28 years.

According to a private news channel, the NCCP Director confirmed the revamping of a total of 38 subjects for the curriculum from class 9th to 12th. He added that Trade Fair Technical Education and Technical Subjects have been included in the National Council’s curriculum as optional subjects.

The Director further revealed that within the technical education subjects, there are 10 additional technical subjects, along with 14 upgraded technical subjects, and a total of 38 optional subjects introduced for classes nine through twelve.

The technical education subjects will now include Medical Technology, Fashion Designing, and Dress Making, as announced by the Director. Other subjects such as Graphic Designing and Media Production, Hospitality Management, Tourism Management, and Data Coding will also be incorporated.

The upgraded technical subjects will cover areas like Advertising, Telecommunication Technology, and Solar Construction, along with Computer Application, Computer Hardware, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Event Management.

Additionally, subjects such as Food Processing, Conservation, Motor Winding, Automation and Robotics Technology, Welding, and Woodwork will also be included.

The NCCP director also said some global languages are also being added as subjects in the new curriculum, including Chinese, French, Persian and Arabic.

He also revealed that Chinese, French, Persian, and Arabic are among the several global languages that will be included in the curriculum.

Curriculum of 9th to 12th classes changed, NCCP introduces 62 new subjects

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