11th and 12th Science

Medical: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, Any optional subject of your choice Non-Medical: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Any optional subject of your choice . Physics and Chemistry are common in both disciplines and the main difference is whether you choose Mathematics (PCM) or Biology (PCB). However, students sometimes go with your combination of both (PCMB), choosing to study both Mathematics and Biology instead of another optional subject.

Physics: is a science that combines materials, movement, force, and energy, and is one of the oldest educational institutions in the world. It focuses on finding out how things work, how they function and interact to produce more energy for continuous movement.Kinematics Electromagnetic Waves Electrostatics Thermodynamics Laws of Motion Electronic Devices

English: English is a compulsory subject taught to students of class 11th no matter what stream they choose. It is one of the official languages ​​of India and the most widely spoken language in the world. Considering that English is the most widely used language in India, especially in offices, colleges, and the Internet, a basic understanding of this language is always beneficial.

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Chemistry: is simply the study of the structures of life, namely atoms and matter. With the advancement of technology, new areas have begun to emerge in the field of Chemistry such as Biomolecules, Manufacturing Materials, Industrial Chemistry, and the Environment.

Mathematics: is a study of numbers and is often the most hated subject for students, and is sometimes the most popular in terms of spending and applications even in arts, engineering, and sports. As a subject, mathematics focuses on concepts of quantity, transformation, composition, and space.

Biology: word ‘Biology’ is derived from the Greek language, ‘bios’ means life and ‘logos’ means learning, literally translated into the study of species. And that is exactly what biology is. Biology studies living organisms – plants and animals – including factors such as their physical structures, anatomical processes, chemical processes, cell interactions, and evolution and development.