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Haryana government to introduce choice-based credit system at undergraduate level 

Committees comprising five to six members of the teaching faculties in each subject had been constituted and they would meet at Kurukshetra and Rohtak on April 14 and 15.

Published: 08th April 2018 10:49 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th April 2018 10:49 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

CHANDIGARH: Haryana government today said it has decided to introduce choice-based credit system (CBCS) and revise the syllabus and workload in eleven subjects at the under-graduation level in state universities"keeping with global scenario".

The subjects are economics, political science, psychology, mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, botany, zoology, commerce and geography, said an official spokesperson of the higher education department.

Committees comprising five to six members of the teaching faculties in each subject had been constituted and they would meet at Kurukshetra and Rohtak on April 14 and 15, said the spokesperson.

They would review the existing syllabi in the universities of Haryana, the neighbouring states as well as the model curriculum of UGC to make an assessment of the workload and evolve choice-based credit system, he added.



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