Empowering the Next Generation: Indian State Embraces Crypto and AI in School Syllabus

The Indian State Government of Uttar Pradesh (U.P.) has introduced cryptocurrency and drone technology in the syllabus for classes 9 to 12.

The new syllabus is based on the new National education policy (NEP)-2020 and aims to meet the industry's needs.

Class 12 curriculum includes Robotics and Drone Technology, while Class 11 focuses on IoT, AI, Blockchain, AR/VR, 3D printing, and Cloud computing.

Traditional programming courses have been replaced with Python and Java in classes 11 and 12.

Class 10 students will learn about cybersecurity, e-governance, and programming concepts.

The syllabus prioritizes modern tech education over outdated computer history chapters. These changes align with the NEP-2020's goal of a future-oriented education system.

- Industry experts applaud the initiative, believing it will equip students with skills for the tech industry. - The U.P. Board's decision sets an example for other education boards worldwide.