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HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

All the learning which is planned and guided by the school, whether it is carried on in groups or individually, inside or outside the school. (John Kerr) Outlines the skills, performances, attitudes, and values pupils are expected to learn from schooling. It includes statements of desired pupil outcomes, descriptions of materials, and the planned sequence that will be used to help pupils attain the outcomes.

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

This Curriculum and syllabus of 2013-14 and 2014-15 are same

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Revised Subjects Structure for Classes XI & XII of Session 2014-15

1. HSC Revised new curriculum 2014-15 

2. HSC Syllabus of Bangla Session 2014-15

3. HSC Syllabus of English Session 2014-15

4. HSC Syllabus of Physics Session 2014-15

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2013-14

5. HSC Syllabus of Chemistry Session 2014-15

6. HSC Syllabus of Higher Mathematics Session 2014-15

7. HSC Syllabus of Biology Session 2014-15

8. HSC Syllabus of Accounting Session 2014-15

9. HSC Syllabus of Business organisation and management Session 2014-15

10. HSC Syllabus of Finance, Banking and Bima Session 2014-15

11. HSC Syllabus of Production management and Marketing Session 2014-15

12. HSC Syllabus of Civics and Good Governance Session 2014-15

13. HSC Syllabus of Economics Session 2014-15

14. HSC Syllabus of Geography Session 2014-15

15. HSC Syllabus of History Session 2014-15

16. HSC Syllabus of Islamic History and Culture Session 2014-15

17. HSC Syllabus of Islamic Studies Session 2014-15

18. HSC Syllabus of Home Science Session 2014-15

19. HSC Syllabus of Statistics Session 2014-15

20. HSC Syllabus of Social Work Session 2014-15

21. HSC Syllabus of Sociology Session 2014-15

22. HSC Syllabus of Psychology Session 2014-15

23. HSC Syllabus of Agriculture Session 2014-15

24. HSC Syllabus of Food and Nutrition Session 2014-15

25. HSC Syllabus of Logic Session 2014-15

26. HSC syllabus of Information and communication technology session 2014-15


HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2013-14

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15

HSC all Subjects new curriculum and syllabus 2014-15


The total learning experience provided by a school. It includes the content of courses (the syllabus), the methods employed (strategies), and other aspects, like norms and values, which relate to the way the school is organized.

The aggregate of courses of study given in a learning environment. The courses are arranged in a sequence to make learning a subject easier. In schools, a curriculum spans several grades.

Curriculum can refer to the entire program provided by a classroom, school, district, state, or country. A classroom is assigned sections of the curriculum as defined by the school. For example, a fourth grade class teaches the part of the school curriculum that has been designed as developmentally appropriate for students who are approximately nine years of age.


A syllabus (pl. syllabuses, or syllabi as a hypercorrection;[1][2] from modern Latin syllabus “list”, in turn from a misreading of the Greek  sittubas “parchment label, table of contents”),[3][4] is an outline and summary of topics to be covered in an education or training course. It is descriptive (unlike the prescriptive or specific curriculum). A syllabus is often either set out by an exam board, or prepared by the professor who supervises or controls the course quality. It may be provided in paper form or online.

Both syllabus and curriculum are often fused, and usually given to each student during the first class session so that the objectives and the means of obtaining them are clear. A syllabus usually contains specific information about the course, such as information on how, where and when to contact the lecturer and teaching assistants; an outline of what will be covered in the course; a schedule of test dates and the due dates for assignments; the grading policy for the course; specific classroom rules; etc.

Within many courses concluding in an exam, syllabuses are used to ensure consistency between schools and that all teachers know what must be taught and what is not required (extraneous). Exams can only test knowledge based on information included in the syllabus.

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