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RBSE Class 12 Syllabus 2021

RBSE has released the revised syllabus for class 12 examinations scheduled to be conducted in 2021. According to the official notification, the RBSE has reduced the syllabus for class 12 students. The RBSE official notification states that the class 12th exam syllabus has been reduced by 40 percent for theory aspects. Similarly, teachers have also been given permission to reduce the syllabus for practical examinations by 40 percent based on the resources available. Students can visit the official website of the board for the official notification and revised syllabus.

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Rajasthan (RBSE) Board 12th Syllabus 2021

Students can download the RBSE new syllabus from the official website. The syllabus is available for all streams in PDF format - science, arts, and commerce. Rajasthan board has recently changed the syllabus for classes 10th and 12th, students must check the latest updated Rajasthan (RBSE) 12th syllabus to prepare for the board examination.

The subject list for students appearing for the RBSE 12th exam 2021 across all streams of science, commerce and arts has been given in the table below.

Stream

Major Subject

RBSE 12th Commerce Subjects 
  • Multimedia and Web Technology

  • Mathematics

  • English Shorthand and English Typing

  • Typing (Hindi and English)

  • Business Studies

  • Economics

  • Computer Science, Information Practice

  • Hindi Shorthand and Hindi Typing

  • Accountancy

RBSE 12th Science Subjects
  • RBSE 12th Biology Syllabus 
  • Computer Science, Information Practice, Multimedia, and Web technology
  • Geology
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
RBSE 12th Arts Subjects
  • Philosophy

  • Drawing

  • Music's

  • Literature-Hindi, Urdu, Punjab, Prakrit, Sindhi, Gujarati, Rajasthani, and Persian

  • English Literature

  • Psychology

  • Sociology

  • Mathematics

  • Computer Science, Informatics Practice, Multimedia, and Web technology

  • Public Administration

  • Economics

  • Sanskrit Literature

  • History

  • Political Science

  • Geography

  • Home Science

RBSE 12th Commerce Syllabus 2021

Commerce stream consists of major subjects like Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, etc. Students should go through the given syllabus and prepare accordingly.

RBSE 12th Accountacy Syllabus 2021

Accountancy subjects consist of Part A, Part B and Part C candidates to thoroughly go through each and every topic and prepare wisely.

Unit Unit Name
Part A 
I. Introduction to Partnership - Meaning , Definition, Need Features and Types of Partnership
- Partnership Deed- Meaning contents, Rules in the absence of
Partnership Deed
- Partners Capital Accounts Fixed and Fluctuating
- Distribution of Profit among partners- Profit and Loss
Appropriation Account
- Interest on Partners Capital and Interest on Drawings
- Past Adjustments/ Adjustment in Closing Accounts
- Guarantee of Minimum Profit to a Partner
II. Admission of New Partner - Rights of a new Partner
- New Profit Sharing Ratio
- Sacrifing Ratio
- Goodwill- Meaning, Methods of Valuation and Accounting
Treatment of Goodwill
- Revaluation of Assets and Liabilities
- Revaluation Accounts and Memorandum revaluation Account
- Distribution of Accumulated Profit, Loss or Reserve
- Adjustment of Partners Capital
- Accounting Treatment of change in Profit Sharing Ratio among
existing Partners
III. Accounting for Retirement and Death of Partner - Meaning and Methods of retirement of a Partner
- New Profit Sharing Ratio and Gain Ratio
- Accounting Treatment of Goodwill on retirement or Death of a
Partner
- Accounting Treatment for revaluation of Assets and reassessment of
Liabilities
- Accounting Treatment of Accumulated Profit/Loss, Reserve on
retirement or Death
- Computation and Payment of amount Due to retiring or deceased
Partner
V. Company Accounts: Issue of Shares and Debentures - Company: Meaning and Characteristics, kinds and classification
- Shares and Kinds of Shares
- Accounting Treatment of Issue of Shares at Par and at Premium
- Accounting Treatment of Issue of Shares for Cash and for
Consideration other than Cash
- Under subscription and Over subscription of Shares
- Sweat Equity Shares, Right Shares, Employee Stock Option Plan
and Escrow Account
- Meaning, Charactistics and Types of Debentures
- Accounting Treatment of Issue of Debentures
- Accounting Treatment of Issue of Debentures for Consideration
other Than Cash
- Disclosure of Debentures in Balance Sheet
- Accounting Treatment of Interest on Debentures
- Writing off Discount or Loss on Issue of Debentures
VII. Joint Venture Accounts - Meaning and Introduction of Joint Venture
- Methods of Accounting for Joint Venture :
(1) Separate Books are Kept
(2) No Separate Books are Kept:
- When each Venturer keep records of his Transactions only
- When each venturer keeps re4cord of his own as well as of other coadventurers transactions
IX. Accounting for Non-Trading Organisations and Professional
Persons
- Meaning of Non-Trading organization and Books Kept by them
- Preparation of Receipt and Payment Account
- Preparation of Income and Expenditure Account
- Preparation of Balance Sheet
- Preparation of Opening and Closing Balance Sheet from Receipt
and Payment Accounts and Income and Expenditure Accounts
- Difference Between Receipt and Payment Account and Income and
Expenditure Account
Part B 
I. Analysis of Financial Statements - Meaning, Definition , objectives , nature and Characteristics of
Financial Statements
- Objects, merits, Limitations and Process of Financial Analysis
- Techniques of Financial statement Analysis
- Comparative Financial Statement
- Common Size Financial Statement
II. Ratio Analysis - Meaning of Ration Analysis
- Meaning of Ratio and its expression
- Objectives and Limitations of Ration Analysis
- Precaution in Using Ratios
- Classification of Ratios:
1. Liquidity Ratios
2. Solvency Ratios
3. Activity Ratios
4. Profitability Ratios
5. Investment Analysis Ratios
Part C
I. Application of Electronic Spreadsheet in Accounting - Utility of Spread Sheet
- Features of Microsoft Excel
- Spread Sheet sources and Use them in Accounting
- Financial Analysis through Spreadsheets
- Elements of Excel Spread Sheet
- Difference between Spread Sheet and Workbook
II. Computerized Accounting System - Computerized Accounting System: Meaning, components,
capabilities, utility, benefits
- Automation of the Accounting Process
- Composition of Computerized Accounting System
- Management Information System and Accounting
Information System
- Computerized Accounting Software
- Manual and Computerized Accounting system

RBSE 12th Business Studies Syllabus 2021

Business Studies consists of eight units. Study all the units properly with the given topics and revise them.

Unit Unit Name
I. Management Meaning, Definition, Nature,
Functional Areas, Process Principles, Managerial Roles
Emerging Trends : MBO, MBE Strategic Management Stress
Management
II. Motivation and
Leadership
Meaning, Definition, Needs Techniques Theories-MASLOW
Herzbery,Leadership-Meaning Definition, Traits, Styles
III. Advertisement Meaning, Definition, objectives, Means, merit, Demerits, Importance,
marketing management meaning, Definition, process, Importance sales
promotion - Introduction, Importence, Types, methods
V. Entrepreneurship Introduction, nature Importance, Barriers, EntrepreneurTrades,Types,Womens Rural enterprenues,EDP- Goverment
Efforts
VI. Insurance Introduction, Scope, types Objective, Functions, Needs
Importance, Social Security, Insurance Agents Functions
VII. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Introduction, Legal Provision, Importance

RBSE 12th Science Syllabus 2021

Science stream includes the core subjects like Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Geology etc. The given syllabus consists of mandory subjects. Candidates to go through the syllabus and study accordingly.

RBSE 12th Physics Syllabus 2021

Go through each and every units of Physics syllabus. Read the topics thoroughly and prepare for the board examination 2021.

Unit Unit Name
Part A - Electrostatics 
I. Electric Field Electric Charges; Type and Properties of Charge,
Coulomb's law, forces between multiple charges;
Superposition Principle, Electric field, electric field due to a point charge, electric field due to the system of charges, electric field lines and their properties, electric dipole, electric dipole moment, electric field due to an electric dipole, torque on a dipole in uniform electric
field.
II. Gauss's Law and its applications Electric flux, Continuous Charge Distribution, statement of Gauss's Law and its derivation, use of Gauss’s Law to find field due to (i) infinitely long straight wire (ii) uniformly charged infinite non conducting sheet (iii) uniformly charged infinite conducting plate (v) Uniformly charged Conducting Sphere (vi) Uniformly charged Non-Conducting Sphere, Force on the surface of charged Conductor, Energy Per Unit Volume in an Electric Field, Equilibrium of Charged Soap Bubble.
III. Electric Potential Electric Potential due to- a point charge, a dipole and
system of charges; equipotential surfaces, Relation
between Electric Field and Electric Potential, Calculation of Electric Potential (ii) due to charged conducting sphere (iii) due to charged non-conducting sphere, electrical potential energy of a system of charges, Work done and Kinetic Energy of Electric Dipole in an electric field
IV. Electric Capacitance Conductors and insulators, free charges and bound
charges inside a conductor. Dielectrics Substance and Polarization, Capacitance of capacitor, Capacitance of an isolated Spherical Conductor, Capacitor, capacitance
of Parallel Plate Capacitor (i) Air or Vacuum (ii) partially filled dielectric medium, Capacitance of Spherical Capacitor, Combination of Capacitors in series and in parallel, Energy Stored in a Capacitor, Redistribution of Charges and Loss of Energy by Combination of Charged Conductors.
Part B - Current Electricity
V. Electric Current Flow of electric charges in a metallic conductor, drift
velocity, mobility and their relation with electric
current; Ohm's law derivation, ohmic and non-ohmic
resistance, Internal resistance of a cell, emf and
terminal voltage of a cell, combination of cells in series and in parallel, Electrical Energy.
VI. Electric Circuit Kirchhoff's laws and Applications, Wheatstone Bridge, Metre Bridge, Potentiometer – Principle,
Standardisation and Sensitivity, Applications to
Potentiometer – (i) Internal Resistance of a Primary Cell
(ii) Comparision of Electro-Motive Forces of Two Cells
(iv) Calibration of Voltmeter and Ammeter.
Part C - Magnetic Effects of Electric Current 
VII. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current Oersted's experiment and Conclusion, Biot-Savart’s Law, Magnetic Field due to a Long and Straight CurrentCarrying Conductor, Magnetic Field Due to current carrying circular loop, Comparison of small Current Loop with a Magnetic Dipole, Helmholtz Coils, Force on Moving Charge in Magnetic Field, Motion of Charge in Magnetic Field, Force on a current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field, Force between two parallel current-carrying conductors, Definition of Standard Ampere, Torque on a Current-Carrying Rectangular Loop in Uniform Magnetic Field, Galvanometer- Suspended Coil Galvanometer, Pivoted Coil Galvanometer and
Conversion to Ammeter and Voltmeter, Ampere’s Law, Magnetic Field due to Infinitely Long and Straight Current-Carrying Conductor, Solenoid, Field Inside an Infinitely Long Solenoid, Behavioral Comparison of Bar Magnet and Current Solenoid, Magnetic Field on the Axis of Toroid.
Part D - Magnetism and Properties of Magnetic Materials 
VIII. Magnetism and Properties of Magnetic Materials Neutral Point, Earth's magnetism, Elements of Earth’s Magnetism, Magnetism and Gauss Law, Behaviour of substances in Magnetic Field, Intensity of Magnetisation, Magnetizing Field, Magnetic
Susceptibility and magnetic Permeability, Relation
between Different magnetic Quantities, Magnetic
Hysteresis and B-H Curve (Hysteresis Curve), Curie Law and Curie Temperature
Part E -Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 
IX. Electromagnetic Induction Magnetic Flux, Electromagnetic induction; Faraday's
laws of Electromagnetic induction; Lenz's Law, Induced Current and charge, Fleming’s Right Hand Rule, Induced EMF in- a conductor rod, moving in a Uniform magnetic Field, a Rectangular Loop Moving in a Non-Uniform Magnetic Field and Energy Conservation, a Metal Disc Rotating in a Uniform Magnetic Field, Rotation of a Rectangular Coil in Magnetic Field, Eddy currents. Self
and Mutual induction.
X. Alternating Current Direct Current, Alternating Currents, Instantaneous,
Peak, Average And RMS Value Of Alternating
Current/Voltage; Phase Relation Between Alternating
Voltage And Alternating Current In Different Types Of AC Circuits And Phasor Diagram – (I) Pure Ohmic
Resistance (II) Pure Inductance (III) Pure Capacitance (IV)Series Combination Of Resistance and Inductance (V) Series Combination Of Resistance and Capacitance (VI) Series Combination Of Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance, Series LCR Resonance Circuit, Bandwidth and Quality Factor In A Series Resonance Circuit, Average Power In AC Circuits, Transformer.
Part F - Optics 
XI - Ray Optics Optical Fibers, Lenses, Thin Lens Formula, Lens Maker’s Formula, Magnification, Power Of a Lens, Combination Of Thin Lenses In Contact, Refraction Of Light Through A Prism. Dispersion of Light, Optical Instruments - Simple Microscopes, Compound Microscopes, Astronomical Telescopes (Reflecting And Refracting) And Their Magnifying Powers.
XII - Nature of Light Nature of Light, Huygens’s Wave Theory and Wavefront, reflection and refraction of plane wave at a plane surface, Interference of Light and Coherent Sources, Necessary Conditions for Interference, Young's Double Slit Experiment, Analytical treatment of Interference and expression for fringe width, Interference Fringes Produced by White Light, Diffraction, Comparision of Diffraction of Sound and Light, Type of Diffraction, Diffraction due to a single slit, width of central maximum, Difference Between Interference and Diffraction, resolving power of microscope and astronomical telescope
Part G - PhotoElectric Effect Matter Wave 
XIII.  PhotoElectric Effect Matter Wave Photoelectric Effect, Experimental Results of
Photoelectric effect and their interpretation, Concept
of Photon, Einstein's Photoelectric Equation and
Explanation of Experimental Results of Photoelectric
effect on the basis of this Equation, Dual Nature of
Light, de-Broglie Hypothesis
Part H - Atoms and Nuclei 
XIV. Atomic Physics Rutherford’s Model of Atom, Bohr Model of Atom, Line Spectrum of Hydrogen and its Explanation, Limitation of Bohr Mode
XV. Nuclear Physics Nuclear Structure, Size of the Nucleus, Atomic Mass
Unit, Mass Defect and Nuclear Binding Energy, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Fission, Controlled and Uncontrolled Chain Reactions, Nuclear Reactor, Nuclear Fusion.
Part I - Electronics 
XVI. Electronics Energy bands in Solid, Classification of Conductors,
Semiconductors and Insulators, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductor, Minority and Majority charge Carriers, P-N Junction Diode, Forward and Reverse bias Characteristic Curve, Avalanche and Zener Break Down, Use of P-N junction diode as a Half Wave and Full Wave Rectifier, Junction Transistor, Operation of a Transistor, Transistor Circuit Configurations- Common Base, Common Emitter and Common Collector, Transistor Characteristic Curves - Common Base and Common
Emitter Configuration and Relation.

RBSE 12th Chemistry Syllabus

Find below the RBSE class 12th Chemistry syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

 Unit Unit Name 
I. Solid State Classification of solids on the basis of different bond forces-molecular, ionic, covalent, metallic solid, crystalline and non-crystalline solid (primary introduction) crystals, lattice and unit cells, calculation of density of unit cell, close-packed structures, voids, number of atoms in a unit cell, imperfection or defects in solids.
II. Solutions Types of solution, units of concentration of solution, solubility of gases in liquids, ideal and non-ideal solutions, deviation from ideal behavior, constant boiling mixtures, solid solution, colligative properties-relative lowering of vapour pressure, elevation of boiling point, depression of freezing point, osmotic p
III. Electrochemistry Electrode potential, standard electrode potential, electromotive force (e.m.f.) of cell and its measurement, relation between e.m.f. and Gibb's free energy, Nernst equation and its application in electrochemical cells, conductance of electrolytic solutions, specific and equivalent conductance and molar conductance, Variation of conductivity with concentration, Kohlrausch law and application, theory of corrosion and means to protect it.
IV. Chemical Kinetics Rate of chemical reaction, factors affecting rate of a reaction, molecularity and order of reaction, rate law and specific rate constant, integrated rate equation, half-life (for reactions of zero and first order).
V. Surface Chemistry Adsorption, difference between Adsorption and absorption, kinds of adsorption, factors affecting the adsorption of gases on solids, classification of colloids, true solution, difference between colloidal solution and suspension, properties of colloids (Tyndall effect, Brownian motion, charge on colloidal particle, electrophoresis,coagulation) purification of colloidal solutions, protection of colloids, application of colloids.
VI. p-block Elements Elements of Group 15 :
(i) General introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence, periodicity in
properties, oxidation states, chemical reactivity.
(ii) Nitrogen-preparation, properties and uses, preparation and properties of
ammonia and nitric acid.
Elements of Group 16 :
(i) General introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence, periodicity in
properties, oxidation states, chemical reactivity.
(ii) Preparation, properties and uses of dioxygen and ozone.
Elements of Group 17 :
(i) General introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence, periodicity in
properties, oxidation states, chemical reactivity.
(ii) Preparation, properties and uses of chlorine and hydrochloric acid.
Elements of Group 18 :
(i) General introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence, periodicity in
properties, oxidation states, chemical reactivity.
VII. d and f-block Elements (i) d-block elements- General introduction, electronic configuration, characteristics of transition metals and occurrence, general tendencies of properties of elements of first transition series-metallic character, ionization enthalpy, oxidation states, ionic radii, colour, catalytic properties, magnetic properties, interstitial compounds and alloys.
(ii) f-block elements - General introduction, electronic configuration, oxidation
states, Lanthanide contraction and its effect.
IX. Coordination Compounds General introduction, ligands and their classification, coordination numbers,
coordination sphere, Nomenclature of coordination compounds (IUPAC) and formula writing, bonding in coordination compounds (VBT & CFT), colour of transition metals and complexes, stability, of coordination compounds and factors affecting the stability
X. Halogen Derivatives (i) Haloalkanes : Nomenclature, nature of bond physical and chemical properties, mechanism of substitution reactions (SN1
, SN2), elimination reactions.
(ii) Haloarenes : Nomenclature, nature of C-X bond, substitution reactions, directive influence of halogen in mono substituted compounds.
XI. Functional groups with oxygen (Part-I) Alcohols-Nomenclature, preparation, physical and chemical properties, ascending and descending carbon series in alcohols, distinction of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols, mechanism of dehydration.
Phenols - Nomenclature, preparation, physical and chemical properties, acidic nature
of phenol, uses of phenols.
Ether - Nomenclature, preparation, physical and chemical properties.
XII. Functional groups with oxygen (Part-II) Aldehydes and Ketones - Nomenelature, nature of carbonyl group, methods of
preparation, physical and chemical properties. Mechanism of Nucleophilic addition, reactivity of hydrogen of addehydes, similarity and dissimilarity in aldehydes and ketones, uses.
Carboxylic Acids - Nomenclature, acidic nature, methods of preparation, physical and chemical properties; uses
XIII. Organic compound containing functional groups with nitrogen (i) Amines and nitro compounds - Nomenclature, classification, methods of
preparation, physical and chemical properties, uses, distinction of primary,
secondary and tertiary amines.
(ii) Urea - Methods of preparation, physical and chemical properties, uses.
XVI. Stereochemistry Isomerism - definition and types (Configuration and conformation), geometrical
isomerism - Nomenclature and properties of geometrical isomers.
Optical isomerism - polarized light, polarity, chirality, chiral moleculs, elements of symmetry, configuration of chiral molecule and Fisher - projection formula, relative and absolute configuration, racemic mixture, racemization, compounds with two chiral centers, separation of racemic mixture.

RBSE Arts Syllabus 2021

The arts stream consists of subjects like Geography, History, Political Science, Economics etc. Candidates to go through the following subjects and prepare wisely.

RBSE 12th Geography Syllabus

Geography syllabus includes Part A and Part B. Candidates must look over both Part A and Part B and study the syllabus and prepare accordingly.

Unit Unit Name
Part A - Fundamentals of Human Geography 
I. Introduction to Human Geography (1) Human Geography-definition, nature, subject matter and significance.
(2) Major tribes in the world - Eskimos, Bushman, Gond, Bhil : their
distribution, economic and cultural characteristics.
II. World Population (1) World population - distribution, factor affecting population density.
(2) Population growth - causes, problems and solutions, demographic
transition theory.
(3) Population structure - age group, sex ratio, rural - urban.
(4) Migration - concept, types, aspects and problems.
(5) Concepts of human development.
III. Human Settlements in the World (1) Settlement - types of rural and urban settlements, patterns and
problems.
(2) Urban slum - problems and solutions.
(3) A case study of Dharavi slum area in Mumbai.
IV. Human Occupations (1) Primary occupations - introduction, agriculture, mining, hunting,
animal husbandry, fishing and ancestral gathering.
(2) Secondary occupations - types of industries, determination of industrial
location, agro based industries, manufacturing industries.
(3) Tertiary, quaternary and quandary occupations.
V. World : Transport, Network and Trade  (1) Surface transport - principal international roads and railways.
(2) Water transport - principal inland and oceanic waterways, ports, suez
and panama canal sea routes.
(3) Air transport - principal air routes and airports.
(4) Pipe line transport - principal oil and gase lines..
(5) International trade and role of India.
(6) Modern means of mass communication - satellite, internet, mobile etc.
VI. Environment (1) Environmental problems - pollution, acid rain, greenhouse effect, ozone
layer depletion.
(2) World environmental summits.
VII. Map Work Map work based on the subject matter mentioned above on the
outline map of the world.
Part B - India: Population and Economic 
VIII. India - Population (1) Distribution, density, population, growth and aspects.
(2) Population structure - age group, literacy, sex ratio, literacy, rural
and urban.
(3) Racial groups, religions composition, foreign impact on Indian
culture.
IX. Resources (1) Resources - classification, conservation and sustainable development.
(2) Non-biotic resources - land, water, minerals (iron are, copper,
aluminum, mica).
(3) Biotic resources - animal wealth, forest and fisheries.
(4) Energy resources - conventional (coal, petroleum, hydroelectricity)
and non conventional (nuclear, organic, wind and solar).
X. Agriculture (1) Types of agriculture - subsistence and commercial, wet farming and dry
farming, intensive and dispersed, organic and chemical fertilizes based,
horticulture.
(2) Major crops - distribution and production of wheat, rice, cotton,
sugarcane, tea.
XI - Manufacturing Industries and Transport (1) Industrial development in India, major industries - iron-steel,
aluminum, cement, cotton textile, sugar and engineering.
(2) Transport - land, water, air, oil and gas pipelines
XII. Development and Planning (1) Development and planning - major plans and implementation.
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(2) Regional planning - regional imbalances, desert development programme,
tribal area development programme, mountain area development.
(3) Poverty alleviation and employment programmes, MGNREGA - role
and impact.
(4) Sustainable development - traditional and modern viewpoints.
XIII. Rajasthan - Population and Economy (1) Rural development - dairy and cottage industries.
(2) Major industries - cotton textile, cement.
(3) Minerals - marble, copper, zinc, silver, tungston, gypsum and petroleum.
(4) Major irrigation projects - Chambal, Indira Gandhi and Mahi.
(5) Problem of drinking water and plans.
(6) Population distribution, density, sex ratio and literacy.
(7) Major tribes - Meena, Bhil, Garasia, Saharia and Damor.
XIV. Map Work Map Work based on the subject matter of part (B) above on the outline maps of
India and Rajasthan

Rajasthan (RBSE) 12th Syllabus 2021 PDF

Rajasthan board publishes the RBSE syllabus for class 12th students on the board's official website. The syllabus PDF consists of the curriculum for all three streams - science, commerce, and arts. Students can get detailed information on the topics covered in every subject as part of the board's prescribed syllabus. Moreover, the consolidated PDF file might prove a good deal for the students because they will get all the necessary details regarding each subject.

The PDF contains data regarding the syllabus of RBSE arts, commerce, and science syllabus in Hindi to enable easier understanding among parents and students alike. RBSE syllabus 2021 PDF contains information on mandatory subjects as well as optional subjects.

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