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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-I, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 1 hour

ENGLISH MATHEMATICS
1. Alphabets – Capital & small 1. Pre Math Concept
2. Vowel & Consonants 2. Sequence of numbers 1 to 50 (Before numbers, After numbers, In between numbers, Ascending & Descending order, Missing numbers, Count & Write)
3. Three letter words with a, e, i, o, u / Four letter words 3. Tens & Ones
4. A & An 4. Number Names 1 to 20
5. ‘Is’, ‘Are’ 5. Single Digit Addition & Substraction (Horizontal & Vertical)
6. This / That 6. Shapes (Simple ones) Circle, Triangle & Square
7. These / Those 7. Pattern
8. This / These 8. Time (Day, Morning & Night)
9. That / Those
10. Opposites
11. In, On & Under (Place words)
11. Plural with ‘s’
12. Make Sentences – eg. This is a cat.
No Vernacular
Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-II, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 1.5 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-III, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 1.5 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-IV, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 1.5 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-V, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 2 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-VI, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 2 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-VII, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 2 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-VIII, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 2 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-IX, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 2 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-X, 2017-18

Duration of Test: 2 hours

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Syllabus For Admission Test, Class-XI, 2017-18
CBSE ICSE Madhyamik
Mathematics
(for Science and Commerce with Mathematics)
  • 1. Quadratic Equation and Arithmetic Progression(A.P)
  • 2. Linear Equation in two variables
  • 3. Trigonometry(full from SA1)
  • 1. Arithmetic- Compound Interest;
  • 2. Algebra – (i) Linear In-equations (ii)Quadratic Equations (iii)Ratio and Proportion (iv)Factorization (Factor Theorem and Remainder Theorem);
  • 3. Geometry – (i)Similarity of Triangles (ii)Circles;
  • 4. Mensuration – (i)Sphere (ii)Cone
  • 5. Trigonometry – FULL [Refer to the Class X – ICSE syllabus]
  • 1. Arithmetic – (i)Simple interest (ii)Compound Interest;
  • 2. Algebra-(i) Linear simultaneous equations in two variables (ii)Quadratic Equations (iii)Ratio and Proportion;
  • 3. Geometry – (i)Similarity of Triangles (ii)Circles [Excluding Constructions];
  • 4. Mensuration – (i)Cylinder (ii)Sphere (iii)Cone;
  • 5. Trigonometry – FULL [Refer to the Class X – WBBSE syllabus]
Mathematics
(for Commerce without Mathematics and Humanities with Mathematics)
  • 1. Quadratic Equation and Arithmetic Progression(A.P)
  • 2. Linear Equation in two variables
  • 1. Arithmetic- Compound Interest;
  • 2. Algebra – (i) Linear In-equations (ii)Quadratic Equations (iii)Ratio and Proportion (iv)Factorization (Factor Theorem and Remainder Theorem);
  • 3. Geometry – (i)Similarity of Triangles (ii)Circles;
  • 4. Mensuration – (i)Sphere (ii)Cone
  • 1. Arithmetic – (i)Simple interest (ii)Compound Interest;
  • 2. Algebra-(i) Linear simultaneous equations in two variables (ii)Quadratic Equations (iii)Ratio and Proportion;
  • 3. Geometry – (i)Similarity of Triangles (ii)Circles [Excluding Constructions];
  • 4. Mensuration – (i)Cylinder (ii)Sphere (iii)Cone;
Physics
  • 1. Reflection in plane and curved mirror
  • 2. Refraction (Glass Slab, Refractive Index)
  • 1. Force, work, energy and Power
  • 2. Light
  • 3. Sound
  • 4. Electricity and Magnetism
  • 5. Heat
  • 1. Heat
  • 2. Light: Lens and dispersion
  • 3. Current Electricity and Electromagnetism
Chemistry
  • 1. Carbon and its compounds
  • 1. Periodic properties and variations of properties –Physical and Chemical
  • 2. Chemical bonding
  • 3. Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
  • 4. Metallurgy
  • 5. Organic Chemistry
  • 1. Properties of gas—Pressure and temperature
  • 2. Periodic Table
  • 3. Chemical bonding
  • 4. Some metals: Al, Zn,Fe,Cu
  • 5. Organic Chemistry
Biology
  • 1. Reproduction and Heredity
  • 1. Basic Biology- Genetics
  • 2. Plant Physiology-
    a)Absorption
    b)Photosynthesis
  • 3. Human Anatomy and Physiology- Circulatory System
  • 1. Nervous System and Sense Organ with reference to human being
  • 2. Heredity
  • 3. Evolution
  • 4. Adaptation
Economics/ History & Geography
(for Science/ Humanities – Economics Opting Students)
  • 1. Development, Money and Credit, Globalization of Indian Economy, Consumer Rights, Factors of Production, sectors of Indian Economy, Basic Concepts of Trade
  • 1. Irrigation, Agriculture, Industry, Population, Basic Concepts of Banking , Sectors of Indian Economy
  • 1. Agriculture in India, Industry, Problems of specific industry, Impact of British Colonisation on Indian on Indian Economy, Basic concepts of Trade.
History
(for Humanities)
  • 1. Natonalism in India – Non Co-operation –the programme and its failure, Khilafat Movement,Stages of the National Movement from 1922-1932(End of Non-Cooperation to Civil Disobedience.
  • 2. Rise of Nazism and Hitler in Germany.
  • 3. Federalism
  • 1. Foundation of Indian national Congress- Early phase,Moderate and Extremists, Militant
  • 2. Nationalism.National Movement from 1919-1934.
  • 3. Rise of Fascism in Germany.
  • 1. Early Stage of Collective Action- Revolt of 1857(only).
  • 2. Resistance and Rebellion- Sanyasi and Fakir, Indigo.
  • 3. Reforms of 19th Century Bengal-Educational, Social, Religious and News Papers and Literature.
Geography
(for Humanities)
  • 1. Rocks and minerals.
  • 2. Planetary winds and pressure belts.
  • 3. Work of a river.
  • 4. India : Physical features.
  • 1. Rocks and minerals.
  • 2. Planetary winds and pressure belts.
  • 3. Work of a river.
  • 4. India : Physical features.
  • 1. Rocks and minerals.
  • 2. Planetary winds and pressure belts.
  • 3. Work of a river.
  • 4. India : Physical features.
English
(for Commerce and Humanities)
  • 1. Comprehension (short questions and vocabulary test)
  • 2. Composition (paragraph writing, articles)
  • 3. Grammar (integrated exercises): Item types- dialogue completion, editing exercise, omission exercise, sentence transformation
  • 4. Determiners, Modals, Narration, Tenses, Active and Passive Voice, Clauses and Phrases, Preposition, Conjunction
  • 1. Comprehension (short questions and vocabulary test)
  • 2. Composition (paragraph writing, articles, debate)
  • 3. Grammar: Do as directed
  • 4. Determiners, Narration, Tenses, Active and Passive Voice, Preposition, Conjunction
  • 1. Comprehension (short questions and vocabulary test)
  • 2.Composition (paragraph writing, articles)
  • 3.Determiners, Narration, Tenses, Clauses and Phrases, Preposition, Conjunction, Phrasal Verbs
General Awareness
(For all Boards)
  • 1. Questions regarding current affairs;
  • 2. Abbreviations of different international and Business organizations;
  • 3. Questions on Commercial Mathematics like Percentages and Profit and Loss;
  • 4. Basic Economic Concepts on Class IX-X Syllabus