CBSE Class 12 Syllabus 2023–24 (All Subjects)

CBSE has released the Latest Updated Syllabus for Class 12 for the Academic Session 2023-2024 on 31st March, 2023.

The Board has released the syllabus of all stream such as Science, Commerce and Arts/Humanities for Class 12th students.

 CBSE Class 12th students of Humanities, Commerce and Science streams can get the detailed syllabus of each of these subjects along with marking scheme below, it’s also important for Competitive Exam Preparation such as IIT-JEE and NEET entrances.

We are aware of the fact that CBSE Board has restored SINGLE BOARD EXAM PATTERN once again like 2022-23.

Class 12 students of the CBSE Board must go through the latest reduced syllabus to mindfully study only the prescribed content and prepare for the annual exams to score better results.

Go through the subject wise annual curriculum for Class 12 for the academic year 2023-24 and explore in depth. 

CBSE Class 12 Latest Syllabus 2023-24

Subjects Class 12 Syllabus
English Core view
Physics view
Chemistry view
Biology view
Mathematics view
Economics view
Geography view
History view
Sociology view
Political Science view
Accountancy view
Applied Mathematics view
Business Studies view
History of Indian Arts view
Psychology view
Physical Education view

The Changes for Class 12 (2023-24) Year-end Board Examinations are as under:

Particulars Academic Session 2022-23 Academic Session 2023-24
Composition of question paperyear-end examination/ Board Examination (Theory)
  • Competency Based Questions are 30% in the form of Multiple-Choice Questions, Case Based Questions, Source Based Integrated Questions or any other type.
  • Objective Question are 20%
  • Remaining 50% Questions are Short Answer/Long Answer Questions
  • Competency Focused Questions in the form of MCQs/Case Based Questions, Source-based Integrated Questions or any other type = 40%
  • Select response type questions(MCQ) = 20%
  • Constructed response questions (Short Answer Questions/Long Answer type Questions, as per existing pattern) = 40%
  • Note: The syllabus listed above are taken from the Board’s official website: