CBSE Vocational Courses for Class 9th and Class 10th

A complete list of vocational courses offered by CBSE for Class 9 and Class 10 is available here.

Recently, CBSE has remodelled its assessment scheme for Class 10 Board examination for schools offering vocational subject as compulsory subject under the NSQF (National Skills Qualifications Framework).

The (NSQF) is a competency-based framework that organizes all qualifications according to a series of levels of knowledge, skills and aptitude.

As vocational subject become compulsory subject so it is important that the students of CBSE board know about various vocational courses offered by the board.

Before we learn about the list of all the vocational courses first we will have a look at

CBSE’s current assessment scheme (Class IX & Class X)

 

Name of the subject

Mark

Subject 1

Language 1

100

Subject 2

Language 2

100

Subject 3

Science

100

Subject 4

Mathematics

100

Subject 5

Social Science

100

Subject 6 (additional )

Vocational subject*

100

Please note that under Co- Scholastic activities student opting vocational subject shall be exempted from work education or pre-vocational activities.

Please note:

• If any student fails in any one of the three elective subjects (i.e., Science, Mathematics and Social Science), then it will be replaced by the Vocational subject (offered as a 6th additional subject) and result of Class X Board Examination will be computed accordingly.

• If a candidate desires to reappear for the failed subject they can appear in the compartment examination.

• The same policy is adopted by CBSE schools for Class 9th students

 

List of Vocational Courses offered by CBSE for Class 9 and Class 10

Name of the vocational subject under NSQF

Subject Code

Class 9

Class 10

 

Retailing

Dynamics Of Retailing

401

Information Technology

Information Technology

402

Security

Security

403

Automobile Technology

Automobile Technology

404

Concepts of Money Management

Introduction To Financial Markets

405

Introduction To Tourism

Introduction To Tourism

406

Beauty & Wellness

Beauty & Wellness

407

Introductory Agriculture

Basic Agriculture

409

Food Production

Food Production

409

Front Office Operations

Front Office Operations

410

Banking & Insurance

Banking & Insurance

411

Marketing & Sales

Marketing & Sales

412

Health Care Services

Health Care Services

413

For the above table, it is clear that students have 13 options to choose from for the sixth subject.

Some other important points:

• According to the circular, the maximum marks will be 100.

• Out of the total 100 marks, the board exam will be of 50 marks, and 50 marks are allocated to internal assessment/practical examination.

• A candidate will have to score 33 per cent marks in both board exam and practical exam to pass the subject.

CBSE Syllabus for Class 9

CBSE Syllabus for Class 10

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