National Curriculum Council Launches 62 New School Subjects

National Curriculum Council Launches 62 New School Subjects. In a significant overhaul of the curriculum, the National Curriculum Council of Pakistan (NCCP) is introducing 62 new subjects for students in grades nine to twelve. This marks a major update after almost three decades.

National Curriculum Council Launches 62 New School Subjects

NCC Introduces 62 Innovative School Subjects

As per reports from a private news channel, the NCCP Director confirmed the revamping of a total of 38 subjects from class 9th to 12th. Additionally, Trade Fair Technical Education and Technical Subjects will now be included as optional subjects in the National Council’s curriculum.

The Director disclosed that within the technical education subjects, there will be 10 new technical subjects and 14 upgraded technical subjects. National Curriculum Council Launches 62 New School Subjects, Moreover, a total of 38 optional subjects will be introduced for classes nine through twelve.

National Curriculum Council Introduces 62 New Subjects for Classes 9th to 12th

Initially, new educational content for optional subjects from ninth to eleventh classes is expected in the following academic year. Notably, Medical Technology, Fashion Designing, and Dress Making have been included in the technical education subjects.

Furthermore, Graphic Designing, Media Production, Hospitality Management, Tourism Management, Data Coding, Advertising, Telecommunication Technology, Solar Construction, Computer Application, Computer Hardware, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Event Management will be part of the updated curriculum.

National Curriculum Council Introduces 62 New School Subjects

The NCCP Director also announced the inclusion of topics like Food Processing, Conservation, Motor Winding, Automation and Robotics Technology, Welding, and Woodwork in the curriculum.

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Moreover, the curriculum will feature several foreign languages, including Arabic, Persian, Chinese, and French, aiming to enhance students’ knowledge and confidence.

Overall, these additions are expected to greatly benefit students by providing them with a diverse and enriched learning experience.

Waqas Anjum
I am a Pakistani blogger, I love to write educational articles. my goal is to help my Pakistani students.

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