In partial modification of Circular No. L/Secy/48/2013 dated: 27-05-2013 and Ref: Cir/PR/01/2013 dated: 10-06-2013 the following HS subjects combination list is published for all concerned keeping in view the demands received from different School authorities for the last few days. It has the concurrence of Deputy Secretary Examination and Deputy Secretary Academic.
Eligibility for choosing Subjects
|Elective Subjects||Minimum Marks required|
|Mathematics / Statistics / business Economics / Business Mathematics||34% in Mathematics|
|Bilogical Science||34% in Life Science|
|Physics / Chemistry||34% in Physical Science|
|Geograpgy||34% in Geography|
|Computer Science||34% in Mathematics|
Rules for Choosing Subjects
- Student has to choose two subjects (including English) as Compulsory Subjects from the Language set.
- Student has to choose three elective subjects and one optional subject from only one set out of three sets.
- Both optional and elective subjects will be taken from same set.
- The total score will be calculate on the basis of highest 5 subjects (including langugae subjects)
HS Subjects Combination Sets
|Bengali, English, Hindi, Alternative English, Nepali|
|Set – I (Science)|
|Physics or Nutrition|
|Chemistry or Economics|
|Mathematics or Psychology or Anthropology or Agronomy|
|Statistics or Geography|
|Computer Science or Computer Application or Environment Studies|
|Set – II (Commerce)|
|Accountancy Business Studies|
|Commercial Law and Preliminaries of Auditing|
|Costing and Taxation|
|Computer Application or Environment Studies or Health & Physical Education Mathematics|
|Set – III (Arts)|
|Education or Nutrition|
|Journalism & Mass Communication or Sanskrit or Persian or Arabic Philosophy or Sociology|
|History or Anthropology or Psychology or Mathematics or Agronomy Geography or Home Management & Family Resource Management|
|Music or Visual Arts or Performing Arts or Health & Physical Education or Environment Studies or Computer Application|