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A large number of first year students changed subjects in college, 85000 students changed subjects

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Employment News-In Madhya Pradesh, while the number of students has increased in colleges, on the other hand, students have also been ahead in getting the subject changed. So far, more than 85,000 students have changed their subject after taking the first subject. In view of the demand of the students to change the subject, the Higher Education Department has given time to the students to change the subject. The Higher Education Department has extended the date for change of subject till November 25. Students can get changes in major, minor and elective subjects till November 25.

Most of the subject change is being seen in the college students taking admission in UG first year. About 85,000 students have changed their subject after taking the first subject. Out of these, maximum 40 percent students are from art subject. who changed his subject. 30% of Maths, 20% of Commerce students have changed their subject. These are all such students who have made changes if they do not like their chosen subject or students want to choose a better subject than the first subject. In view of this, the Higher Education Department has given one last chance to the students.

There is an option of other subjects under the new education policy
In the National Education Policy also, students have the option to choose another subject. The option has been given in the National Education Policy so that students can have knowledge of other subjects apart from the basic subjects. For the first time, students had selected these subjects, later they chose another subject if they did not like it. In view of the large number of students seeking to change the subject, the Higher Education Department has given time to the students for the first time to change the subject in Major, Minor and Optional subjects.

Every subject of the Faculty of Commerce Science and Arts is a major subject. If a student chooses Economics or any other subject as a major subject, then students will have to read both the papers. Whereas after taking minor, students will have to read only the syllabus of the second paper. No need to read the syllabus of the first question paper in minor. Students will be able to make changes in it according to their interest.

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