Syllabus for Assessment

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Syllabus for Assessment, Class-XI, 2019-20
CBSE ICSE Madhyamik
Mathematics From Class 9 :

  • Polynomials
  • Surface Area and Volume

From Class 10 :

  • Introduction to Trigonometry
    1. Trigonometric Ratios
    2. Trigonometric ratios of some specific Angles
    3. Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles
    4. Trigonometric Identities
  • Quadratic Equation
  • Arithmetic Progression
  • Linear Equations in Two Variables
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Circles
  • Polynomials
  • Triangles
From Class 9 :

  • Factorization
  • Simultaneous Linear Equations
  • Indices/Exponents
  • Logarithms

From Class 10 :

  • Compound Interest
  • Linear Inequalities
  • Quadratic Surds
  • Factorization (Factor Theorem and Remainder Theorem)
  • Matrices
  • Distance and Section Formula
  • Similarity of Triangles
  • Circles
    1. Arc and Chord Properties
    2. Cyclic Properties
    3. Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles
    4. Trigonometric Identities
  • Mensuration : Circles
  • Trigonometry
    1. Trigonometric Ratios and Identities
    2. Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles
From Class 9 :

  • Laws of Indices
  • Linear Simultaneous Equations (with two variables)
  • Factorization
  • Logarithms

From Class 10 :

  • Quadratic Equations in one variable
  • Simple Interest
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Compound Interest
  • Theorems related to angle in a circle.
  • Right Circular Cylinder
  • Quadratic Surds
  • Pythagoras Theorem
  • Trigonometric Ratios and Trigonometric Identities
  • Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles
Physics
  • Reflection in plane and curved mirror
  • Refraction (Glass Slab, Refractive Index and lens)
  • Electricity (Ohms law, resistivity, series and parallel circuit)
  • Force, Work, Energy and Power
  • Light
  • Sound
  • Electricity(Ohms law, resistivity, series and parallel circuit)
  • Thermal Phanomena (Heat)
  • Light: Lens and dispersion
  • Current Electricity
Chemistry
  • Atoms and Molecules
  • Structure of the Atom
  • Chemical Reactions and Equations
  • Acids, Bases and Salts
  • Periodic Classification of Elements and Periodic Properties
  • Chemical Bonding
  • Acids, Bases and Salts
  • Problems on Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
  • Electrolysis
  • eriodic Classification of Elements
  • Chemical Bonding
  • Chemical Effects of Electric Current
  • Inorganic Chemistry(HCl , H2SO4 , HNO3)
  • Metallurgy( Al, Zn, Fe, Cu)
Biology
  • The fundamental Unit of Life. (Class 9)
  • Diversity in the living
    organisms. (Class 9)
  • Life Processes. (Class 10)
  • Control and Coordination.
    (Class 10)
  • How do organisms
    reproduce? (Class 10)
  • The fundamental Unit of Life. (Class 9)
    1. Nutrition
    2. Movement and Locomotion
    3. Respiratory system
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology. (Class 10)
    1. Circulatory system
    2. Nervous system
    3. Excretory system
    4. Endocrine system
  • Photosynthesis and Respiration. (Class 9)
  • Nutrition. (Class 9)
  • Excretion. (Class 10)
  • Nervous system. (Class 10)
  • Hormones. (Class 10)
Economics

(for Science/ Humanities -Economics Opting Students)

  • Development : Traditional notion of development – national income, per capita income, critical appraisal of existing development indicators
  • Sectors of Indian Economy:
    (a) Activities – Historical changes in sectoral contributions
    (b) Rising importance of tertiary sector
    (c) Division of sectors- Organized and unorganized sectors
    (d) Protective measures for unorganized sector workers.
  • Money and Credit:
    (a) Role of money in an economy
    (b) Formal and informal financial institutions for saving and credit
    (c) Functions of commercial banks.
  • 1. Agriculture in India:
    (a) Importance
    (b) Problems of Indian Agriculture
    (c) Subsistence farming/commercial farming
    (d) Intensive and extensive cultivation.
  • Industries in India:
    (a) Importance of industries in India
    (b) Agro-based industries- sugar, cotton, jute
    (c) Mineral-based industries – iron and steel, heavy engineering, petrochemical.
  • Trade and Transport :
    (a) Importance and modes of transportation
    (b) Advantages and disadvantages.
  • Agriculture :
    (a) Importance and forms of irrigation
    (b) Major crops –
    (i) food crops ( rice, wheat)
    (ii) Plantation crops – tea and coffee
    (iii) Fibre crops – cotton and jute.
  • Industries-
    (a) Textiles – cotton, jute and iron and steel
    (b) Engineering – locomotives, automobiles and petrochemicals.
  • Impact of British colonization on Indian economy.
History

(for Humanities)

  • Nationalism in India- Non Co-operation –the programme and its failure, Khilafat Movement, Stages of the National Movement from 1922-1930 (End of Non-Cooperation to Civil Disobedience.
  • Rise of Nazism and Hitler in Germany.
  • Federalism
  • Foundation of Indian National Congress- Early phase, Moderate and Extremists, Militant
  • Nationalism. National Movement from 1919-1947.
  • Rise of Fascism in Germany.
  • Early Stage of Collective Action- Revolt of 1857(only).
  • Resistance and Rebellion- Sanyasi and Fakir, Indigo.
  • Reforms of 19th Century Bengal-Educational, Social, Religious and News Papers and Literature.
Geography

(for Humanities)

  • Rocks and minerals.
  • Planetary winds and pressure belts.
  • Work of a river.
  • India : Physical features.
  • Rocks and minerals.
  • Planetary winds and pressure belts.
  • Work of a river.
  • India : Physical features.
  • Rocks and minerals.
  • Planetary winds and pressure belts.
  • Work of a river.
  • India : Physical features.
English

(for Commerce and Humanities)

  • Comprehension (short questions and vocabulary test)
  • Composition (paragraph writing, articles)
  • Grammar (integrated exercises): Item types- dialogue completion, editing exercise, omission exercise, sentence transformation,
    Determiners, Modals, Narration, Tenses, Active and Passive Voice, Clauses and Phrases, Preposition, Conjunction
  • Comprehension (short questions and vocabulary test)
  • Composition (paragraph writing, articles, debate)
  • Grammar: Do as directed
  • Determiners, Narration, Tenses, Active and Passive Voice, Preposition, Conjunction, Kind of Sentences
  • Comprehension (short questions and vocabulary test)
  • Composition (paragraph writing, articles)
  • Determiners, Narration, Tenses, Clauses and Phrases, Preposition, Conjunction, Phrasal Verbs
General Awareness

(For all Boards)

  • Questions regarding current affairs
  • Abbreviations of different international and Business organizations
  • Questions on Commercial Mathematics like Percentages and Profit and Loss
  • Basic Economic Concepts on Class IX-X Syllabus