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Maths, physics, chemistry not compulsory for 1/3rd of engineering courses: AICTE

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The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has said that Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics in class 12 are no longer mandatory to apply for one-third of engineering courses, including architecture, fashion technology and biotechnology.

According to the new regulation, students have to pass 10+2 with any three of the following subjects: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Information, Technology, Biology, Informatics Practices, Biotechnology, Technical Vocational subject, Agriculture, Engineering, Graphics, Business Studies, Entrepreneurship.

Students need to pass in any three subjects (from the list) with a minimum of 45 per cent marks in the class 12 board exam to be able to apply for admission in undergraduate courses in engineering, according to the revised rules of the AICTE. 

“Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as mathematics, physics, engineering drawing, etc for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to achieve desired learning outcome of the programme,” the AICTE provides in the Approval Process Handbook 2021-22.

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