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					                     KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN

                       SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR 2010-2011

                     Split up Syllabus For Session 2010-11
                                      CLASS: XI
         COMPUTER SCIENCE (083) (For Summer Station KV’s)

Month                                          Contents

              Evolution of computers; Basics of computer and its operation: Functional
              Components and their inter-connections, concept of Booting, Use of Operating
              System for directory listing, hierarchical directory structure, renaming, deleting
              files/folders, formatting floppy, copying files, concepts of path and pathname,
              switching between tasks, installation/removal of applications;
July    Software Concepts:
              Types of Software - System Software, Utility Software and Application Software;
              System Software: Operating System, Compilers, Interpreters and Assembler;
        Operating System:
              Need for operating system, Functions of Operating System (Processor
              Management, Memory Management, File Management and Device Management),
              Types of operating system – Interactive (GUI based), Time Sharing, Real Time and
              Distributed; Commonly used operating systems: Solaris, UNIX,LINUX, Mac OS,
              MS Windows; General functionalities of an Operating System to be illustrated and
              implemented using any of the above operating systems.
               General Concepts; Modular approach; Clarity and Simplicity of Expressions, Use
               of proper Names for identifiers, Comments, Indentation; Documentation and
               Program Maintenance; Running and Debugging programs, Syntax Errors, Run-
               Time Errors, Logical Errors;
               Problem Solving Methodology and Techniques: Understanding of the problem,
               Identifying minimum number of inputs required for output, Step by step solution
               for the problem, breaking down solution into simple steps, Identification of
                   arithmetic and logical operations required for solution, Using Control Structure:
                   Conditional control and looping (finite and infinite);
            Programming by Example In C++ Language :
                  C++ character set, C++ Tokens (Identifiers, Keywords, Constants, Operators),
                  Structure of a C++ Program (include files, main function); Header files –
                  iostream.h, iomanip.h; cout, cin; Use of I/O operators (<< and >>), Use of endl
                  and setw(), Cascading of I/O operators, Error Messages; Use of editor, basic
                  commands of editor, compilation, linking and execution; standard input/output
                  operations from C language: gets(), puts() of stdio.h header file;
 August     Data Types, Variables and Constants:
                  Concept of Data types; Built-in Data types: char, int, float and double; Constants:
                  Integer Constants, Character Constants (Backslash character constants - \n, \t ),
                  Floating Point Constants, String Constants; Access modifier: const; Variables of
                  built-in data types, Declaration/Initialisation of variables, Assignment statement;
                  Type modifier: signed, unsigned, long;

            Operators and Expressions:
                  Operators: Arithmetic operators (-,+,*,/,%), Unary operator (-), Increment and
                  Decrement Operators (—,++), Relational operators (>,>=,<,<=,==,!=), Logical
                  operators (!, &&, ||), Conditional operator: <condition>?<if true>:<else>;
                  Precedence of Operators; Expressions; Automatic type conversion in expressions,
                  Type casting; C++ shorthand’s (+=, -=, *=, /=, %=);
September   Flow of control:
                  Conditional statements: if-else, Nested if,, Nested
        , break statement (to be used in only);
                  Loops: while, do - while , for and Nested loops;

            Structured Data Type: Array
                   Declaratrion/initialisation of One-dimensional array, Inputting array elements,
                   Accessing array elements, Manipulation of Array elements (sum of elements,
                   product of elements, average of elements, linear search, finding
                   maximum/minimum value); Declaration/Initialization of a String, string
                   manipulations (counting vowels/consonants/digits/ special characters, case
                   conversion, reversing a string, reversing each word of a string);
 October    String Functions:
           Header File: string.h
           Functions: isalnum(), isalpha(), isdigit(), islower(), isupper(), tolower(), toupper();
           Character Functions:
           Header File: ctype.h
           Functions: isalnum(), isalpha(), isdigit(), islower(), isupper(), tolower(), toupper(),
           strcpy(), strcat(), strlen(), strcmp(), strcmpi();
           Mathematical Functions:
           Header File: math.h, stdlib.h;
           Functions: fabs(), log(), log10(), pow(), sqrt(), sin(), cos(), abs(),
           Other Functions:
           Header File: stdlib.h;
           Functions: randomize(), random();
November                                    Half Yearly Examination
           Two-dimensional Array:
                 Declaration/initialisation of a two-dimensional array, inputting array elements
                 Accessing array elements, Manipulation of Array elements (sum of row element,
                 column elements, diagonal elements, finding maximum/minimum values);
           User Defined Functions:
                 Defining a function; function prototype, Invoking/calling a function, passing
                 arguments to function, specifying argument data types, default argument, constant
                 argument, call by value, call by reference, returning values from a function, calling
                 functions with arrays, scope rules of functions and variables; local and global
December   Event programming: Games as examples
                 General Guidelines: Initial Requirement, developing an interface for user (it is
                 advised to use text based interface screen), developing logic for playing the game
                 and developing logic for scoring points
                 1. Memory Game: A number guessing game with application of 2 dimensional
                     arrays containing randomly generated numbers in pairs hidden inside boxes.
                 2. Cross ‘N Knots Game: A regular tic-tac-toe game
                 3. Hollywood/Hangman: A word Guessing game
                 4. Cows ‘N Bulls: A word/number Guessing game
                  Number System: Binary, Octal, Decimal, Hexadecimal and conversion between
                  two different number systems. Integer, Floating Point, 2’s complement of number
           from base-2;
           Internal Storage encoding of Characters: ASCII, ISCII (Indian scripts Standard
           Code for Information Interchange), and UNICODE; Microprocessor: Basic
           concepts, Clock speed (MHz,GHz), 16 bit, 32 bit, 64 bit processors; Types – CISC,
           RISC; Concept of System Buses, Address bus, Data bus,
           Concepts of Accumulator, Instruction Register, and Program Counter;
           Commonly used CPUs and CPU related terminologies: Intel Pentium Series,
           Intel Celeron, Cyrix, AMD Series, Xeon, Intel Mobile, Mac Series; CPU Cache;
           Concept of heat sink and CPU fan, Motherboard; Single, Dual and Multiple
           Types of Memory: Cache (L1,L2), Buffer, RAM (DRAM, SDRAM, RDRAM,
           DDRAM), ROM(PROM, EPROM), Hard Disk Drive, Floppy Disk Drive,
           CD/DVD Drive; Access Time;
           Input Output Ports/Connections: Power connector, Monitor Socket, Serial
           (COM) and Parallel(LPT) port, Universal Serial Bus port, PS-2 port, SCSI port,
           PCI/MCI socket, Keyboard socket,Infrared port (IR), audio/speaker socket, Mic
           socket; data Bus; external storage devices connected using I/O ports;
February   Keyboards: QWERTY, Inscript, Multilingual, Dvorak
           Printers: Dot Matrix Printer, Line Printer, Deskjet/Inkjet/Bubblejet Printer,
                     Laser Printer;
           Power Supply: Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS): Elementary Concept of
                           Power Supply: Voltage, Current, Power (Volt, Ampere, Watt),
                           SMPS supplies – Mother Board,
           Power Conditioning Devices: Voltage Stabilizer, Constant Voltage Transformer
                           (CVT), Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)-Online and offline.
                                           Project Work

                                                          Split up Syllabus For Session 2010-11
                                                                       CLASS: XI
                                                                 Informatic Practices(065)

                                                               (For Summer Station KV’s)

    N      Month       Unit/Topic     Split-up - Detail
1         June& July   Unit- 1        Hardware Concepts:
                       Introduction   Computer organization (basic concepts): CPU, Memory(RAM and ROM), I/O devices,
                       to Computer    communication bus, ports (serial, parallel, network, phone);
                       systems        Input devices: keyboard, mouse, light pen, touch screens, graphics tablets, joystick,
                                      Microphone,OCR, Scanner, Smart Card reader, Barcode reader, Biometric sensor, web
                       Hardware       camera;
                       concepts:      Output Devices: Monitor/Visual display Unit(VDU), LCD screen, Television,
                                      Printer(Dot Matrix Printer, Desk jet/Inkjet/ Bubble jet Printer, Laser Printer), Plotter,
                                      Secondary Storage Devices: Floppy Disk, Hard disk, compact Disk, Magnetic Tape,
                                      Digital Versatile disk(DVD), USB Drive, memory cards-Comparative Properties

2         July         Software       Sooftware Concepts:
                       Concepts       Operating systems, need for operating system, major functions of Operating system,
                                      memory Management; Security of system: sources of attack and possible damages,
                                      virus and related entities-worms propagation of these entities, virus detcection using a
                                      tool, Desktop security, Digital certificates, Digital signature, cookies, firewall,
                                      password, file access permissions.
                                      Types of sotware: system software, Utility software, Applicatin software and Developer
                                      System Software:
                                      General Purpose Application software: Word Processor, Presentation Tool, Spreadsheet
                                      Package Database management System;
                                      Specific Purpose application sofwtware (for example: inventory management system,
                                      Purchasing system , Human Resource management system, Payroll system, Financial
                                      accounting, Hotal management and Reservation system, etc);
                                      Developer tools: Compiler and Interpreters, Integrated Development Environment
3   August      Unit II               Introduction, Rapid Application Development using IDE - Integrated Development
                Introduction to       Environment; Familiarisation of IDE using Basic Interface Components
                                      Basic Component handling methods / attributes.
                Getting Started       Data Types: Concept of data types; Built-in data types - byte, short, int, long, float,
                With                  double, char, String (or any object), Boolean; Concept of a Class and Instance as user-
                Programming           defined datatypes.
                Using IDE
                Programming           Variables:
                Fundamentals          Need to use variable, Declaring Variables, Variable Naming Convention, Assigning value to

4   September   Control Structures
                                     Assignment Statement
                                     Decision Control Sturcture: If statement, Switch Statement
                                     Loops: For, while, Do loops
                                     Concept of a Method: structure, local variables, return values, types of parameter passing
                                     Concept of
                                     a Class ( simple class only): members, methods, using classes as data types
5   October     Programming           Choice of Expressions and Names, , Comments, use of Indentation; Documentation and
                Guidelines            Program
                                      Maintenance; Debugging programs: Syntax Errors, Run-Time Errors, Logical Errors;
                                      Problem Solving Methodology and Techniques: Understanding of the problem, Identifying
                                      relevant information, top-down development approach
                Unit –III
                RDBMS                 Introduction to database concepts: Relation/Table, attribute/fields, Tuple / Rows;
                                      Data Types - Number, Character and Date

6   November    RDBMS                Key-Primary key, Candidate key, Alternate key
                                     Introduction to MySQL(ANSI SQL 99 standard commands)
                                     Classification of SQL Statements
                                     DML –SELECT, INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE;DDL-CREATE , DROP, ALTER
                                                                   Half Yearly Examination
7   December    RDBMS                SQL SELECT Statement(working with demo/already existing tables):
                                     SELECT statement, Selecting All the Columns, Selecting Specific Columns, Using
                                     Arithmetic Operators, Operator Precedence, Defining and using Column Alias, Duplicate
                                 rows and their Elimination ,Displaying table Structure, SELECT statement Contined:
                                 Limiting Rows during selection,Working with Characters Strings and Dates, Working
                                 with Null values
                                 Using comparison operators -,=,<,>,<=,>=,<>,BETWEEN, IN , LIKE(%),
                                 Logical Operators-AND,OR,NOT,Operator Precedence
                                 Order by clause, Sorting in Ascending/Descending Order,
                                 Sorting by column Alias Name, Sorting on Multiple Columns
8   January    Functions in      String Functions: -CHAR(),CONCAT(), INSTR(),LCASE(),LEFT(),LOWER()
               MYSQL             ,LENGTH(),LTRIM(),MID(),RIGHT(),RTRIM(),SUBSTR(), TRIM(),UCASE(),
                                 Mathemetical Functions POWER() ROUND(), TRUNCATE()
                                 Date and time functionsCURDATE(),DATE(),MONTH(),YEAR(),DAYNAME(),
                                 DAYOFMONTH(), DAYOFWEEK(),DAYOFYEAR(),NOW(),SYSDATE()
                                 Manipulating Data of a Table/Relation: Inserting New Rows, Inserting New Rows with
                                 Null values, Inserting Number, char and date values, Update statements to change
                                 existing data of a table, updating rows in a table, delete statement-removing row/rows
                                 from a table. Creating Table using Create Table, Alter Table for adding a new column,
                                 using naming conventions for column names;

9   February   Unit-IV           IT Applications
               IT Applications   e-Governance-Definition, e-governance websites; their salient features and societal
                                 e-Business-Definition, e-Business websites, their salient features and societal impacts
                                 e-Learning- Definition; Benefits to students(Learners), teachers(Trainers) and School
                                 (Institution) management; e-Learning websites and their salient features and societal

                                                             BUSINESS STUDIES
MONTH         CHAPTERS ALLOTED                                    NO. OF   NO. OF
                                                                  WORKING PERIODS
June & July     1. Nature and purpose of business (20 pds)        33       44
                2. Forms of Business organization (24 pds)
August          3. Private, Public & Global Enterprises (20 pds) 23        33
                4. Business Services (13 pds)
September       4. Business Services (cont..) (5 pds)             25       33
                5. Emerging modes of busiess (10 pds)
                6. Social responsibility of business and business
                Ethics (12 pds)
                7. Formation of a company (6 pds)
October         7. Formation of company (Cont..) (10 pds)         14       27
                8. Sources of Business finance (17 pds)
November        8. Sources of Business finance (cont..) (3 pds)   23       17
                9. Small Business (14 pds)
December        10. Internal Trade (20 pds)                       17       20
January         11. International Business (12 pds)               23       34
                    & Project (22 pds)
February &      Revision                                          23
Note:-           1. Half yearly Examination will be conducted on the portion covered upto
                    October i.e. (upto chapter / unit 8)
                 2. Projects as per CBSE curriculum can be split up through out the year

                                              Syllabus Business Studies Class XI

Units                                     Periods         Marks
Part A : Foundations of Business
1. Nature and purpose of Business               20              8
2. forms of Business Organisation               24              12
3. Public, Private and global Enterprises       20              10
4. Business Services                            18              8
5. Emerging Modes of Business                   10              6
6. Social responsibility of Business            12              6
    and Business ethics                         104             50

Part B : Organization, Finance and Trade
7. Formation of a company                      16               7
8. Sources of business finance                 20               10
9. Small Business                              14               7
10. Internal Trade                             20               8
11. International Business                     12               8
12 . Project Work                              22               10

                                               104              50

Part A: Foundations of Business

Unit-I Nature and purpose of Business                   Periods 20

Concept and characteristics of business.
Business, profession and employment – distinctive features.
Objectives of business- economic and social, role of profit in business.
Classification of business activities: Industry and commerce.
Industry – types: primary, secondary and tertiary.
Commerce: trade and Auxiliaries.
Business risks – nature and cause.

Unit-2 Forms of Business Organisations                   periods 20
Sole proprietorship: meaning, features, merits and limitations.
Partnership: features, types, registration, merits, limitations, types of partners.
Joint Hindu Family Business: features, merits and limitations.
Choice of form of business – basic factors.
Unit – 3 Public, private and Global enterprises          perods 20
Private Sector and Public Sector.
Forms of organizing public sector enterprises: Features, merits and limitations of following:
    Departmental Undertaking.
    Statutory corporation.
    Government Company.
    Changing role of public sector
    Global enterprises: featues.
    Joint ventures – features.

Unit- 4    Business Services                          period 18
Nature and types of Business services – banking, Insurance, Transportation, Ware housing, Communiations.
Banking – types of Banks, Functions of Commercial banks, e-banking
Insurance- principles, type: life, fire and marine
Warehousing: types and functions
Postal and telecom services

Unit – 5 Emerging Modes of Business                   Periods 10
E- Business- Scope and benedfits, Resourcws required for successful e- business implementation, Onl Line transactions, payment
mechanism, security and safety of business transactions. Outsourcing – concept , need nad scope.

Unit – 6 Social Responsibility of Business and Business ethics
                                                       Periods 12
Concept of social responsibility
Case of social responsibility.
Responsibility towards owners, investors, employees, consumers, government and community
Environmental protection and business.
Business ethics; concept and elements.


Unit -7 Formation f Company                          Periods 16
Stages in the formation of a company
    Promotion
    Incorporation, and
    Commencement of business

Unit -8- sources of Business Finance                 Periods 20
Nature and significance of business finance
Owner’s funds and borrowed funds
Sources of raising finance:
   Equity and Preference shares
   Debentures and Bonds
   Loan from financial Institutions
   Retained profits
   Global depository receipts, American Depository Receipt
   Loans from commercial Banks
   Public deposits
   Trade Credit.

Unit – 9 small Business                                Periods 14
Small Scale Industry: Tiny sector; cottage and rural industry.
Role of small business in rural India
Problems of small business in India.
Government Assistance and Special Schemes for Industries in rural, backward and hilly areas.

Unit -10 Internal Trade                               Periods 20
Internal trade – types: wholesale and retail trade.
Services of a wholesaler and a retailer.

Types of Retalil trade:
   Itinerant retailers and fixed shops.
   Departmental store, super market, malls, chain store, mail order business, consumer’s cooperative store.
   Automatic Vending Machine.
Role of Chamber of Commerce and Industry in promotion of internal trade.

Unit-11 International Business                       Periods 16
Nature, Importance and complexities involved in International Business:
Ways of entering into international Business. Export-Import Procedures and documentation. Foreign Trade Promotion.
Organizational support and incentives; Nature and importance of Export Processing Zone/Special Economic Zone; International
Trade Institutions and Agreement: WTO, UNCTAD, World Bank, IMF.

Unit-12 Project Work                                  Periods 22

                                                      KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN

                                                         SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR 2010-2011

MONTH                                                      CHAPTERS ALLOTED                                        NO. OF WORKING   NO. OF
                                                                                                                   DAYS             PERIODS
June & July                      1. Introduction to Accounting (14 pds)                                            33               43
                                 2. Theory Base of Accounting (14 pds)
                                 3. Recording of Business transactions upto
                                      Accounting Equation) (15 pds)
August                           3. Recording of Business transactions                                              23              25
                                      (cont..) (11 pds)
                                 4. Trial Balance and Rectification of
                                     Errors – (only Trial Balance) (14 pds)
September                        4. Trial Balance and Rectification of                                              25              30
                                     Errors (cont..) (12 pds)
                                 5. Depreciation, Provisions & Reserves (18 pds)
October                          6. Accounting for bills of exchange transaction (22 pds)                           14              22
November                         7. Financial Statement (30 pds)                                                    23              30
December                         7. Financial Statement (cont…) (14 pds)                                            17              24
                                 8. Computers in Accounting (10 pds)
January                          8. Computers in Accounting (cont…) (10 pds)                                        23              26
                                 9. Accounting and Database System (18 pds)
February & March                 Revision                                                                           23
Note :-                       Half Yearly Examination will be conducted on the portion covered upto October i.e. (upto Chapter 6)

                                                                        History XI
                                                                                         No. of   Class  Period for Total
 Sl. Month     Unit / Topic                      Detailed Split Up Syllabus             Working Room Computer Periods
 No.                                                                                     Days    Periods   Aided

1.   June’   1. Introductin to   Introduction                                        7    8    1   9
             World History       From the Beginning of Time.

2.   July’   Section A–          Focus : Africa, Europe till 15000 B.C.              25   34   2   36
             Early Societies     Views on the origin of human beings.
                                 Early Societies.
                                 Historians’ views on present day hunting
                                 gathering societies.
                                 Early Cities.
                                 Focus : Iraq, 3rd millennium B.C.
                                 Growth of towns, Nature of early urban societies.
                                 Historians Debate on uses of Writing.

                                 Ist Term Test

3.   Aug’    Section B–          Introduction                                        24   34   2   36
             Empires             An Empire across the Three Continents
                                 Focus : Roman Empire, 27 B.C. to A.D. 600
                                 (a) Political Evolution
                                 (b) Economic Pansion

                                  (c) Religion
                                  (d) Late Antiquity
                                  (e) Historians views on the institution of slavery.
                                  Central Islamic Lands :
                                  Focus : 7th to 12th Centuries.
                                  (a) Polity
                                  (b) Economy
                                  (c) Culture
                                  (d) Historians view points on the nature of the crusades.

4.   Sept’   Changing Tradition   Nomadic Empires :                                           22   30   2   32
                                  Focus : The Mongol 13th to 14th Century
                                  (a) The nature of nomadism
                                  (b) Formation of empires.
                                  (c) Conquests and relations with other states.
                                  (d) Historians views on nomadic societies and static

                                  2nd Term Unit Test

5.   Oct’    Section C–          Introduction                                                 19   22   2   24
             Changing Traditions Three Orders
                                 Focus : Western Europe 13th-16th Century
                                 (a) Federal society and economy.
                                 (b) Formation of states.
                                  (c) Church.
                                  (d) Historians’ view on decline of feudalism.
6.   Nov’    Remaining part of    Changing Cultural Traditions                                22   22   —   22
             Section C–           Focus on Europe 14th to 17th Century

            Changing Tradition   (a) New ideas and new trends in Literautre and arts.
            & Revision for       (b) Relationship with earlier ideas.
            Cumulative Test      (c) The contribution of West Asia.
                                 (d) Historians’ view points of the nation European
                                 Conformation of Cultures
                                 Focus on the America 15th to 18th Century
                                 (a) European voyages to exploration
                                 (b) Search for gold ensalvament, raids,
                                 (c) Indigenous people and cultures–The Aztees,
                                     the Incas, (d) The History of displacements.
                                 (e) Historians’ view points on the slave trade.

                                 Cumulative Test

7.   Dec’   Section D–           Introduction                                            18   25   2   27
            Paths to Moderniza   The Industrial revolution
            tion                 Focus on England, 18th and 19th Century
                                 Emergence of a working class.
                                 Historian’s view points.
                                 Debate, was there an Industrial revolutions.
                                 Displacing indigenous people.
                                 Focus on North American and Australia, 18th-
                                 20th Century.
                                 (a) European colonies in North America and Australia.
                                 (b) Formation of white settler societies.

                                    (c) Displacement and repression of local people.
                                    (d) Historian’s view points on the time impact of
                                    European settlement on indigenous population.

8.   January    Remaining part of   Paths to Modernization.                               25       34   2   36
                SectionD            Focus on East Asia, Late 19th and 20th Century.
                &                   (a) Militarization and Economic growth in Japan.
                Map Work            (b) China and the communist alternative.
                                    (c) Japan’s transformation into modern society
                                        after Second World War.
                                    (d) Historians Debate on meaning of
                                    (e) Map Work on Units 1-5.

9.   February                       3rd Unit Test                                        (23+7)    40   2   42
     & Ist                          Revision                                               30
     Week of                                                                            Upto 7th
     March                                                                               March

                                                                           Geography XI

                                                                                      No. of Periods for     Suggested       Total
Month    Name of the Topic                Detailed Split Up Syllabus                 Working Class Room    Computer Aided   Periods
                                                                                      Days    Teaching        Teaching

June     Fundamentals of       Geography as a Discipline :                                       01              09
         Physical Geogaphy     Geography as an integrating discipline as a
         Geography as a        science of spatial attributes, Branches of
         Discipline.           Geography, importance of Physical Geography

July     The Earth             The Earth :                                             25        34              02           36
                               Origin and Evolution of the Earth; Interior of the
                               earth; Wegener’s continenental drift theory and
                               plate tectonics; Earthquakes and Volcanoes
         India : Physical      Introduction :
         Environmet            Location-space relation & India’s place in the

         First Term Unit Test from the syllabus covered upto 15- -20 .

August   Fundamentals of       Landforms :                                             24        34              02           36
         Physical Geography    Rocks and Minerals : Some major minerals and
         Landforms             their characteristics : types of rocks & rock cycle
                               Geometric Processes :
                               Endogenic Processes, Exogenic Processes.

          India : Physiography   Geography History and Structure.
          Practical-Work         Scale, Typesof Maps :
                                 Maps-Definition, Classification and its
                                 Scale : its types, construction of linear scale.
Septem    Landforms :            Geomorphic Processes : Weathering, mass-            22   30   2   32
ber                              wasting erosion and deposition, soil-formation.
                                 Evaluation of Landforms. Atmosphere–
          Climate (World)        Composition and structure; elements of
                                 weather and climate. Physiographic division of
          India : Physiography   India & Drainage System–Measuring distance,
          Practical              finding direction
                                 and use of Symbols, Latitudes, Longitudes and

          Second Term Unit Test from the Syllabus covered upto 15-09-20

October   Climate (World)        Insolation : Angle of incidence and distribution,
                                 Heat-Budget of the earth; cooling and heating of
                                 the atmosphere; temperature–factors controlling
                                 temperature; distribution of temperature–
                                 horizontal & vertical, inversion of temperature.
                                 Atomspheric Circulation and Weather-Systems.
                                 Pressure–Pressure belts; Winds-Planetary
                                 Seasonal and Local.
                                 Air masses and fronts tropical and extratropical

        India : Climate       Climate : Weather and Climate–Spatial and
                              temporal distributes of temperature, pressure,
                              winds and rainfall, Indian monsoons :
                              mechanism, onset and withdrawal of monsoon
                              and variability of rainfall–spatial and temporal;
                              climate types.
        Practical :           Map Projection : Types, construction and
        Map Projection        properties of conical with one standard parallel
                              and Mercator’s projection.

Novem   Climate (World)       Precipitation–evaporation, condensation–dew         22   20   2    22
ber                           frost, fog, mist and cloud, rainfall–types and
                              world distribution.
                              World Climate–Classification (Koeppen), green
                              house effect & Global-Warming.
        India : Natural       Natural Vegetation–forest types and distribution;
        Vegetarian            wild-life; conservation; biosphere reserves.
        Practical :           Study of Topographic maps 1 : 50,000;
        Toposheet             1 : 25,000, Survey of India maps.

        Half Yearly Examination : Theory & Practical.

Decem   Water (Oceans)        Water–Hydrological Cycle                            18   25   02   27
ber                           Oceans–distribution of temperature and salinity;
                              movements of ocean water–waves, tides and
        India : Soils         Soils–major types (ICAR’s Classification) and
                              their distribution, soil degradation and

          Practical             Contour–cross-section and identification of
                                landforms slopes, hills, valleys, distribution of
                                settlements, aerial photographs and satellite/
                                imageries, identification of physical and cultural
                                features on the basis of tone and shape.

January   Biosphere–            Life on the Earth : Biosphere–                       25   34   02      35
          Life on the Earth     Importance of plants and other organisms;
                                biodiversity and conservation; ecosystems and
                                ecological balance.
          India :               Natural Hazards and Disasters :
          Natural Hazards and   Causes and Consequences
          Disasters             Floods and Draughts
                                Earthquakes and Tsunamis
          Practical :           Use of weather instruments & weather-charts :
          Industruments and     barometer, windvane, raingauge, use of
          Weather-charts.       weather-charts and describing pressure, wind
                                and rainfall distribution on the basis of Weather-

          Third Term Unit Test from the syllabus covered upto 15th January.

February Revision               Revision of Whole Syllabus and practice of           30   40   02      42
& March                         Mapwork


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Class-XI (Science Stream)   Page 2
                                                    Split-up Syllabus For Session 2010-11
                                                   English Core (For Summer Station KV’s)
                         1. Course Book
           Tentative Horbill
           teaching 2. Supp. Reader- No. of Reading/Writing No. of No. of
Month periods Snapshots Periods Skills Periods Grammar Periods CAL

                         Introduction to
                         curriculum of English 1 Determiners 2
                         Core XIth Reading
June-08 7 The Portrait of a Lady 3 Comprehension 1

                         We’re not afraid to die Note making 4+1
Jul-08 25 A Photograph 2 Notice 3 Modals 3
                         The summer of the
                         Beautiful White horse 3 Letter writing 2
                                                                           Letter of Enquiry 2

                         Ranga’s Marriage 4 Note making 3
Aug-08 23 DiscoveringThe
                         saga continues 5 Letter of Complaint 2 Tenses 6
                         The Address 3

                         Albert Einstein at School 4
                         The Laburnu                                                                    Voices 4
Sep-08 25 top (poem) 2 Essay writing 2
                         Landscape of the soil 5 Application for jobs 2 Clauses 4
                         The voice of the rain 2

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Oct-08 11 The Mother Day
                            The Ailing Planet-The
                            Green Movement
                            Role 5

                            The Browning Version 4 Reading 2 Revision + 10
Nov-08 23 Childhood (poem) 3 comprehension Practice
                            The Ghost of the only Cumulative
                            World 4 Examination

               17 An Adventure 5 Summarising 3 words 2
Dec-08 Birth 4 Practice 3

                            Silk Road 5 Letter to 4 Practice 5
Jan-08 Father to son (poem) 3 Editor
                            The tale of the Melon
                            City 3 Note making 4
Feb & Mar
09                                                                                                                           30
                                                    Revision work + session ending Examination
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One Paper                                                               3 Hours                                                              Marks : 100

Unitwise Weightage

       Unit/Areas of Learning                                                                                                              Marks

A. Reading Unseen Passages (Two)                                            20

B. Writing                                                                  20                                                              50

C. Grammar                                                                  10

D. Textual Questions

       (i) Text book                                                        30

       (ii) Supplementary Reader 10                                                                                                         40

E. Conversation Skills

       (i) Listening                                                        05

       (ii) Speaking                                                        05                                                              10

SECTION A : READING                                20 Marks                                                                                  40 Periods
Reading Unseen Passages for Comprehension and Note-making
Two unseen passage with a variety of questions including 5 marks for vocabulary such as words formation and inferring meaning. The total
length of both the passages together should be around 1100 words.
The passage could be any of the following two types :
     (a) Factual passages e.g. instructions, descriptions, reports.
     (b) Discursive passages involving opinion e.g. argumentative, persuasive.                                                                     31

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                                                                    SUMMARY – Class XI

      Unseen Passages No. of words Tesing Areas                                                                                          Marks Allotted

1. 12 Marks around 600 Short answer type questions to test local, global and

                                                         inferential comprehension                                                               10

                                                         Vocabulary                                                                              02

2. 08 Marks around 500 Note-making in an appropriate format 05

                                                         Vocabulary                                                                              03

     One of the passages should have about 600 words carrying 12 marks, the other passage should have about 500 words carrying
8 marks.
     The passage carrying 08 marks should be used for testing note-making for 5 marks and testing vocabulary for 3 marks.
     Vocabulary for 2 marks may be tested in the other passage carrying 12 marks.

SECTION B : WRITING                                          20 Marks                                                                                 40 Periods
     3. One out of two tasks such as a factual description of any event or incident, a report or a process based on
            verbal input provided (80-100 words).                                                                                               04
     4. One out of two compositions based on a visual and/or verbal input in about (100-150 words.).
            The output may be descriptive or argumentative in nature such as an article for publication in a newspaper
            or a school magazine or a speech.                                                                                                   08
     5. Writing one out of two letters based on given input. Letters types include (a) business or official letters (for making
            enquiries, registering complaints, asking for and giving information, placing orders and sending replies);
            (b) letters to the editors giving suggestions, opinions on an issue of public interest or; (c) application for a job. 08

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SECTION C : GRAMMAR                                         10 Marks                                                                              30 Periods

Different grammatical structures in meaningful contexts will be tested. Item types will include gap-filling, sentence-reordering
dialogue-completion and sentence-transformation.
The grammar syllabus will include the following areas :
     6. Determiners, Tenses, Clauses, Modals and Error Correction                                                                             4
     7. Editing Task                                                                                                                          4
     8. Reordering of sentences                                                                                                               2

SECTION D : TEXTUAL QUESTIONS                                40 Marks                                                                             100 Periods

Questions on the prescribed textbooks will test comprehension at different levels : literal, inferential and evaluative based
on the following prescribed text books :
     1. English reader Text book, published by NCERT, New Delhi.
     2. Supplementary Reader, Published by NCERT, New Delhi.

English Reader Text book                                 30 Marks

     9. One out of two extracts based on poetry from the text to test local and global comprehension and appreciation. 4
     10. Two out of three short answer questions from the poetry section to test local and global comprehension of text
             (upto 30 words).                                                                                                                 6
     11. Five out of six short answer questions on the lessons from prescribed text (upto 30 words).
     12. One out of two long answer type questions based on the text to test global comprehension and extrapolation
             beyond the set text. (Expected word limit would be about 100-125 words each.) 10
Supplementary Reader                                     10 Marks
     13. One out of two long answer type questions based on Supplementary Reader to test comprehension of theme,
             character and incidents from the set text. (upto 100 words)                                                                      4       33
     14. Two out of three short answer questions from the Supplementary Reader (upto 30 words). 3 + 3 = 6
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Conversation Skills (Listening + Speaking)

Conversation skills will be tested both as part of Continuous Assessment and at the final examination. Out of the 10 marks alloted for
conversation, 05 marks may be used for testing Listening and 05 marks may be used for testing Speaking. The Conversation Skills Assessment
Scale may be used for evaluating.


The examiner will read aloud a passage based on a relevant theme or a short story. The passage may be factual or discursive. The length of
the passage should be around 350 words. The examinees are expected to complete the listening comprehension tasks given in a separate
sheet while listening to the teacher. The tasks set may be gap-filling, multiple choice, true or false or short answer questions. Three may be ten
different questions for half a mark each.


Narration based on a sequence of pictures. In this section the candidate will be required to use narrative language. Description of a picture
(can be pictures of people or places).

Speaking on a given topic to test recall of a personal experience.


•    At the start of the examiation the examiner will give the candidate some time to prepare. In case of narration the present tense should be

• Topics chosen should be within the personal experience of the examinee such as : relating a funny anecdote, retelling the theme of a
     book read or a movie seen recently.
• Once the candidate has started, the examiner should intervene as little as possible.

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                                                         Conversation Skills Assessment Scale

                               Listening                                                                         Speaking
The learner :                                                                     The learner :
1. has general ability to understand words and phrase in a                        1. shows ability to use only isolated words and phrases but
     familiar context but cannot follow connected speech;                               cannot operate on connected speech level;
3. has ability to follow short connected utterances in a familiar                 3. in familiar situations, uses only short connected utterances
     context;                                                                           with limited accuracy;
5. has ability to understand explicity stated information in both                 5. shows ability to use more complex utterances with some
     familiar and unfamiliar contexts;                                                  fluency in longer discourse; still makes some errors which
                                                                                        impede communication;
7. Understands arange of longer spoken texts with reasonable                      7. Organizes and presents throughts in a reasonably logical
     accuracy and is able to draw infereness.                                           and fluent manner in unfamiliar situations; makes errors
                                                                                        which do not interfere with communication.
9. shows ability to interpret complex discourse in terms of points                9. can spontaneously adapt style appropriate to purpose and
     of view; adapts listening strategies to suit purpose.                              audience; makes only negligible errors.


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                                   SUMMER STATION
                                                                                      PERIOD FOR       PERIOD FOR      TOTAL
MONTH WORKING       NAME OF                                                           CLASS ROOM       COMPUTER        PERIOD
                                                DETAILED SPLIT UP
            DAYS    THE TOPIC                                                          TEACHING           AIDED

JUNE 06             UNIT I :      Physics-scope an excitement; nature of physical         05 – 05
                    Physical      laws; Physics, technology and society. need for
                    World         measurement : Units of measruement; systems
                    and           of units; SI units, fundamental an derived units.
                    (3 Marks)

JULY 26             UNIT I :      Length, mass and time measurements;                     24 02 26
                    Contd         accuracy and precision of measuring
                                  instruments; errors in measurement; significant
                                  figures. Dimensions of physical quantities,
                                  dimensional analysis and its applications.

                    UNIT 2 :      Frame of reference. Motion in a straight line :
                    Kinematics    Position-time graph, speed and velocity. Uniform
                    (10 Marks)    and non-uniform motion, average speed and
                                  instantaneous velocity. Uniformly accelerated
                                  motion, Velocity-time, position-time graphs,
                                  relations for uniformaly accelerated motion
                                  (graphical treatment)
                                  Elementary concepts of differentiation and
                                  integration for describing motion.

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                                     SUMMER STATION
                                                                                           PERIOD FOR       PERIOD FOR      TOTAL
MONTH WORKING         NAME OF                                                              CLASS ROOM       COMPUTER        PERIOD
                                                   DETAILED SPLIT UP
            DAYS      THE TOPIC                                                             TEACHING           AIDED
AUGUST 24             UNIT 2 :     Scalar and vector quantities: Position and                  22 02 24
                      Contd        displacement vectors, general vectors and
                                   notation, equality of vectors, multiplication of
                                   vectors by a real number; addition and
                                   subtraction of vector. Relative velocity.
                                   Unit vector; Resolution of a vector in a plane-
                                   rectangular components. Motion in a plane.
                                   Cases of uniform velocity and unifor m
                                   acceleration-projectile motion. Uniform circular

                      UNIT 3 :     Intuctive concept of force. Inertia, Newton’s first
                      Laws of      law of motion; momentum and Newton’s second
                      Montion      law of motion; impulse; Newton’s Third law of
                      (10 Marks)   motion. Law of conservation of linear momentum
                                   and its applications.

                                   Equilibrium of concurrent forces. Static and
                                   kinetic friction, laws of friction, rolling friction.

                                   Dynamics of uniform circular motion:
                                   Centripetal force, examples of circular motion
                                   (vehicle on level circular road, vehicle on                                         42
                                   banked road).
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                                     SUMMER STATION
                                                                                          PERIOD FOR       PERIOD FOR      TOTAL
MONTH WORKING         NAME OF                                                             CLASS ROOM       COMPUTER        PERIOD
                                                 DETAILED SPLIT UP
            DAYS      THE TOPIC                                                            TEACHING           AIDED
SEPTEMBER 23          UNIT 4:      Scalar product of vectors. Work done by a                  21 02 23
                      Work,        constant force and a variable force; kinetic
                      Energy and   energy, work-energy theormo, power.
                      (06 Marks)
                                   Notion of potential energy, potential energy of a
                                   spring, conservative forces: conservation of
                                   mechanical energy (kinetic and potential
                                   energies); non-conservative forces; elastic and
                                   inelastic collisions in fine and two dimensions.
SEPTEMBER             UNIT 5 :     Centre of mass of a two-particle system,
Contd.                Motion of    momentum conversation and centre of mass
                      System of    montion. Centre of mass of a rigid body; centre
                      Particle &   of mass of uniform rod.
                      Rigid body
                      (06 Marks)
                                   Vector product of vectors; moment of a force,
                                   torque, angular momentum, conservation of
                                   angular momentum with some examples.
                                   Equilibrium of rigid bodies, rigid body rotation and
                                   equations of rotational motion, comparison of
                                   linear and rotational motions; moments of inertia,                                 43
                                   radius of gyration.
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                                      SUMMER STATION
                                                                                             PERIOD FOR       PERIOD FOR      TOTAL
MONTH WORKING          NAME OF                                                               CLASS ROOM       COMPUTER        PERIOD
                                                   DETAILED SPLIT UP
            DAYS       THE TOPIC                                                              TEACHING           AIDED
OCTOBER 18             Unit 5 :      Values of moments of iner tria for simple
                       Continued     geometrical objects (no derivation). Statement
                                     of parallel and perpendicular axes theorems and
                                     their applications.

OCTOBER 18             UNIT 6 :      Keplar’s laws of planetary motion. The universal            16 02 18
                       Gravitation   law of gravitation. The universal law of gravitation.
                       (05 Marks)
                                     Acceleration due to gravity and its variation with
                                     altitude and depth.
                                     Gravitational potential energy; gravitational
                                     potential. Escape velocity. Orbital velocity of a
                                     satellite Geostationary satellites.

NOVEMBER 13            UNIT 7 :      Elastic behaviour, Stress-strain relationship,              11 02 13
                       Properties    Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus, shear, Modulus
                       of Bulk       of rigidity.
                       (10 Marks)    Pressure due to a fluid column; Pascal’s law and
                                     its applications (hydraulic lift and hydraulic
                                     brakes). Effect of gravity on fluid pressure and                                    44
                                     revision for half yearly examination.
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                                       SUMMER STATION
                                                                                              PERIOD FOR       PERIOD FOR      TOTAL
MONTH WORKING           NAME OF                                                               CLASS ROOM       COMPUTER        PERIOD
                                                     DETAILED SPLIT UP
            DAYS        THE TOPIC                                                              TEACHING           AIDED
DECEMBER 18             UNIT 7 :       Viscosity, Stokes’ law, terminal velocity, Reynold’s       22 02 24
                        Contd .        number, streamline and turbulent flow. Bernoulli’s
                                       theorem and its applications.
                                       Surface energy and surface tension, angle of
                                       contact, application of surface tension ideas to
                                       drops, bubbles and capillary rise. Heat,
                                       temperature, thermal expansion; specific heat-
                                       calorimety; change of state latent heat.
                                       Heat transfer-condition, convection and radiation,
                                       thermal conductivity, Newton’s law of cooling.
                        UNIT 8 :       Thermal equilibrium and definition of temperature
                        Thermo-        (zeroth law of thermodynamics). Heat, work and
                        daynamics      internal energy. First law of thermodynamics:
                        (05 Marks)     reversible and irreversible processes. Heat
                                       engines and refrigerators.
JANUARY 24              UNIT 9 :       Equation of state of a perfect gas, work done on           22 02 24
2009                    Behaviour      compressing a gas.
                        of perfect     Kinetic theory of gases-assumptions, concept of
                        gas and kin-   pressure. Kinetic energy and temperature; rms
                        etic theory    speed of gas molecules; degrees of freedom, law
                        of gases       of equipartition of energy (statement only) and
                        (05 Marks)     application to specific heats of gases; concept                                    45
                                       of mean free path, Avogadro’s number.
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                                       SUMMER STATION
                                                                                             PERIOD FOR       PERIOD FOR      TOTAL
MONTH WORKING            NAME OF                                                             CLASS ROOM       COMPUTER        PERIOD
                                                     DETAILED SPLIT UP
            DAYS         THE TOPIC                                                            TEACHING           AIDED
                        UNIT 10 :      Periodic motion-period, frequency, displacement
                        Oscillations   as a function of time. Periodic functions. Simple
                        & Waves        harmonic motion (S.H.M.) and its equation;
                        (10 Marks)     phase; oscillations of a spring-restoring force and
                                       force constant; energy in S.H.M.-kinetic and
                                       potential energies; simple pendulum-drivation of
                                       expression for its time period; fee, freed and
                                       damped oscillations (qualitatives ideas only),

FEBRUARY 23             Oscillations   Wave motion. Longitudinal and transverse                  21 02 23
2009                    & Waves        waves, speed of wave motion. Displacement
                        Contd.         relation for a progressive wave. Principle of
                                       Superposition of wave , reflection of waves,
                                       standing waves in strings and organ pipes
                                       fundamental mode and harmonics, beats,
                                       doppler effect.
                                       Revision for Session Ending Examination 2008.


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                                                  SCHEDULE FOR
                                          PRACTICALS & ACTIVITIES


JULY Two experiment section (A) two activities section (A)

AUGUST Two experiment section (A) one activity section (A)

SEPTEMBER One experiment section (A) one activity section (A)

OCTOBER One experiment section (B) on---e activity section (B)

NOVEMBER one experiment section (B) one activity section (B)


DECEMBER Two experiments section (B) one activity section (B)

JANUARY One experiment section (B) one activity section (B)

FEBRUARY Investigated project/revision-Session Ending Exam of physics practical between 3rd & 4

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                         Split-up Syllabus For Session (2010-11) (For Summer Vacation School)
                                                               Class XI
                                               Code Structure Chemistry (Theory)
                                                                                                            (Code No. O43)
Title                                                                                           Marks No. of Pds.

Some Basic concepts of chemistry                                                                  3 10
Structure of Atom                                                                                 612

Classification of Elements and peridicity in Properties                                           4 05
Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure                                                          5 12
States of Matter : Gases and Liquids                                                              4 07

thermodynamics                                                                                    612
Equilibrium                                                                                       612

Redox Reactions                                                                                   305

Hydrogen                                                                                          306
S-Block Elements                                                                                  510
Some P-Block Elements                                                                             715

Organic Chemistry: Some Basic Principles and Techniques 7 15
Hydrocarbons                                                                                      815

Environmental Chemistry                                                                           305
Total                                                                                             70 141
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                                                                     Class-XI (Practical)
                                                                         Time : 3 Hours
One Paper                                                                                                                                       30 Marks
Volumetric Analysis                                                                                                                             10 Marks
Salt Analysis                                                                                                                                   06 Marks
Content Based Experiment                                                                                                                        04 Marks
Investigatory Project                                                                                                                           05 Marks
Class Record and Viva                                                                                                                           04 Marks
                                                       Split-up Syllabus for Session (2010-11)
                           Chemistry (Theory)                                                                    Class – XI
Month Distribution of Syllabus (Name of Unit Detailed Split up)                                                                                No. of (Pds.)
June-July       Unit I : Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry                                                                                            10
                General Introduction : Importance and scope of chemistry
                Historical approach to particulate nature of matter, laws of chemical combination. Daltons atomic theory; concept
                of elements, atoms and molecules.
                Atomic and molecular masses. Mole concept and molar mass; percentage composition, empirical and molecular
                formula; chemical reactions, stoichiometry and calculations based on stoichiometry.
                Unit II : Structure of Atom                                                                                                          12
                Discovery of electron, proton and neutron; atomic number, isotopes and isobars. Thomsons’s model and its
                limitations, Rutherford’s model and its limitations. Bohr’s model and its limitations, concept of shells and subshells,
                dual nature of matter and light, De Broglie’s relationship, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, concept of orbitals,
                quantum numbers, shapes of s, p, and d orbitals, rules of filling electrons in orbitals-Aufbau principle, Pauliexclusion
                principle and Hund’s rule, electronic configurstion of atoms, stability of half filled and completely filled orbitals.
                Unit III : Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties                                                                  05
                Significance of classification, brief history of the development of periodic table, modern periodic law and the
                present from of periodic table, periodic trends in properties of elements atomic radii, insert gas radii. Lonisation
                enthalpy, electronegativity, valence. 05
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August   Unit IV : Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure                                                                                 12
         Valence electrons, ionic bond, covalent bond : paramenters. Lewis structure, polar character of covalent bond,
         covalent character of ionic bond, valence bond theory, resonance, geometry of covalent molecules, VSEPR
         theory, concept of Hybridization, involving s, p and d orbitals and shapes of some simple impetuous, Molecular
         orbital; theory of homo nuclear diatomic molecules (qualitative idea only), hydrogen bond.
         Unit V : States of Matter : gases and liquids                                                                                      07
         Three states of matter, Intermolecular interactions, type of bonding, melting and boiling points. Role of gas laws
         in elucidating the concept of the molecule, Boyle’s law, Charles law, Gay Lussac’s law, Avogadro’s law, ideal
         behaviour, numerical derivation of gas equation, Avogadro’s number. ldeal gas equation. Derivation from ideal
         behaviour, liquefaction of gases, critical temperature.
         Liquid State : Vapour Pressure, Viscosity and Surface tension (qualitative idea only, no mathematical derivations)
         Unit VI : Thermodynamics                                                                                                           12
         Concepts of System, types of systems, surroundings. Work, heat, energy, extensive and intensive and intensive
         properties, states functions.
         First Law of thermodynamics-internal energy and enthalpy, heat capacity and specific heat, measurement of DU
         and * H, Hess’s law of constant heat summation, enthalpy of : bond dissociation, combustion, formation,
         atomization, sublimation. Phase transition, ionization, and dilution.
         Thermo Dynamics Continued :
         Introduction of entropy ...............equilibrium.
Sept.    Unit VII : Equilibrium                                                                                                             12
         Equilibrium in physical and chemical processes, dynamic nature of equilibrium, law of mass action, equilibrium
         constant, factors affecting equilibrium- Le Chatelier’s principle; ionic equilibrium-ionization of acids and bases,
         strong and weak electrolytes, degree of ionization, concept of pH. Hydrolysis of           salts (elementary idea). Buffer
         solutions, solubility product, common ion effect (with illustrative examples).
         Unit VIII : Redox Reactions                                                                                                        05
         Concept of oxidation and reduction, redox reactions, oxidation number, balancing redox reactions, applications                50
         of redox reactions.
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October    Unit IX : Hydrogen                                                                                                                06
           Position of hydrogen in periodic table, occurrence, isotopes, preparation.
           Properties and uses of hydrogen; hydrides-ionic, covalent and interstitial; physical and chemical properties of water;
           heavy water; hydrogen peroxide-preparation, reactions and structure; hydrogen as a fuel.
November   Unit X : s- Block Elements (Alkaline earth metals)                                                                                10
           Group 1 and Group 2 elements :
           General introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence, anomalous properties of the first element of each
           group, diagonal relationship, trends in the variation of properties (such as ionization enthalpy, atomic and ionic
           radii), trends in chemical reactivity with oxygen, water, hydrogen and halogen; uses.
           Preparation and properties of some important compounds:
           Sodium carbonate, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide and sodium hydrogen carbonate, biological importance of
           sodium and potassium.
           CaO, CaCO and industrial use of lime and limestone, biological importance of sodium and potassium.
           CaO, CaCO and industrial use of limestone, biological importance of Mg and Ca.
           Unit XI : Some p-Block Elements
           General Introduction to p-Block Elements
           Group 13 elements : general introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence. Variation of properties, oxidation
           states, trends in chemical reactivity, anomalous properties of first element of the group; Boron-physical and chemical
           properties, some important compounds : borax, boric acids, boron hydrides. Aluminium : uses, reactions with acids
           and alkalies.
           Group 14 elements : general introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence, variation of properties, oxidation
           states, trends in chemical reactivity, anomalous behaviour of first element, Carbon-catenation, allotropic forms, physical
           and chemical properties : uses of some important compounds : oxides.

December   Unit XII : Organic Chemistry-Some Basic Principles and Techniques                                                                 15
           General Introduction, method, qualitative analysis, classification and IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds.
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             Electronic displacements in a covalent bond : inductive effect, electromeric effect, resonance and hypre conjugation.
             Homolytic and Heterolytic fission of a covalent bond : free radicals, Carbocations, Carbanions; electrophiles and
             nucleophiles, types of organic reactions.

January      Unit XIII : Hydrocarbons                                                                                                            13
2008-09      Classifications of hydrocarbons
             Alkanes-Nomenclature, isomerism, conformations (ethane only), physical properties, chemical reactions including
             free radical mechanism or halogenation, combustion and pyrolysis.
             Alkenes-Nomenclature, structure of double bond (ethene), geometrical isomerism, physical properties, methods
             of preparation; chemical reactions : addition of hydrogen, halogen, water, hydrogen halides (Markovnikov’s addition
             and peroxide effect), ozonolysis, oxidation mechanism of electrophilic addition.
             Alkynes- Nomenclature, structure of triple bond (ethyne), physical properties. Methods of preparation, chemical
             reaction : acidic character of alkynes, addition reaction of hydroge, halogens, hydrogen halides and water.
             Aromatic hydrocarbons : Introduction, IUPAC nomenclature; Benzene; resonance, armaticity; chemical properties;
             mechanism of electrophilic substitution-nitration, sulphonation, halogenation, friedel Craft‘s alkylation and acylation :
             directive influence of function group in mono-substituted benzene; carcinogenicity and toxicity.

February     Unit XIV : environmental Chemistry                                                                                                  05
& March environmental Pollution-air, water and soil pollution, chemical reactions in atmosphere, smog, major atmospheric
             pollutants; acid rain, ozone an its reactions, effects of depletion of ozone layer, greenhouse effect and global
             warming-pollution due to industrial wastes; green chemistry as an alternative tool for reducing pollution, strategy
             for contol of environmental pollution.



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                                                                   Chemistry (Practicals)
Month Exp. No. List of Experiments Apparatus Materials No. of

July 01 Determination of melting point of Burner, Tripod stand Beaker, Any organic solid 06
                      organic compound. capillary tube, thermometer, (ex-naphthalene)
                                                                        stand, wire guaze.
             02 Determination of boiling point of Burner, Tripod stand Beaker, Any organic liquid
                      organic compound. thermometer, stand, fusion (ex-Benzene)

August 03 Crystallization involving impure sample China dish, Beaker, CuSo4 or Alum, H2So4,
                      of any one of the following[Alum, tripod stand, Glan rod Filter paper.
                      Copper sulphate]
             o4 Determination of pH of same solution- Test tube, Dropper pH paper or Universal indicator 06
                      Fruit Juice, acds,basis, salts.
             05 study the shift in equilibrium between Test tube, Test tube stand, Ferric salt &Thiocyanate salt. 04
                      ferric ions & thiocyanate ions by Dropper.
                      increasing/decreasing the concentration
                      of either ions.

Sept. 06 (Volumetric Analysis)                                                                                                                    16
                      Preparation of standard solution of Volumetric flask, beaker, watch Oxalic acid 16
                      oxailc acid. glan, balance, weight box,
                                                                        fractional weight etc.
             07 Determination of strength of a given
                      solution of HCI or oxalic acid by
                      titrating it against standard Na        CO                                                                          53
                                                          2        3
                      or NaOH solution.
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              08 Find out the strength of provided
                         NaOH solution titrating it with
                         standard solution of oxalic acid

October- 09 Qualitative Analysis                                                                                                           25
Novem Determination of one anion and one
ber cation in the given salt :
                         Cations- Pb +2 , Cu +2 ,Al+3 , Fe +3 , Mn +2 ,
                         Ni2+ , CO +2 , Zn +2 , Ca +2 , Sr +2 , Ba +2 ,
                         Mg+2 , NH         +
                         Anions- CO                2–   ,S 2– ,SO       2–   , SO             2–   ,
                                               3                    3                     4
                         NO – ,NO – ,CI– ,Br– , I – , PO                         3–   ,
                              2       3                                      4
                         CH       COO – ,      C O           2–
                            3                      2     4

Decem- Detection of Nitrogen, Sulphur and                                                                                                  12
ber Chlorine, Bromine and lodine from
                         the given organic compound.


January Revision of some difficult


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                                                  KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
                                                  SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR CLASS XI
                                                       MATHEMATICS (2010-11)
                                                            SUMMER STATION
Paper One                                          Time : 3 Hours Marks : 100
Units Topics                                                                              Marks Periods CBSE
I 1. Sets                                                                                     12
               2. Relations and Functions                                                     29 14
               3. Trigonometrions                                                                                   18
II 1. Principle of Mathematical Inductions                                                                          06
               2. Complex Numbers and Quadratic-Equations                                                           10
               3. Linear Inequalities                                                                               10
               4. Permutations and Combinations                                               37 12
               5. Binomial-Theorem                                                                                  08
               6. Sequence and Series                                                                               10
III 1. Straight Lines                                                                                               09
               2. Conic Sectioms                                                              13 12
               3. Three Dimensional Geometry                                                                        08
IV 1. Limits and Derivatives                                                                  06 18
V 1. Mathematical Reasoning                                                                   03 08
VI 1. Statistics                                                                              12 10
               2. Probability                                                                                       10
                        Total                                                                100 175

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                                                     KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
                                                    SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR CLASS XI
                                                                MATHEMATICS (2010-11)
                                                                  SUMMER STATION
Sr.                                                                                                         Periods For Periods For Total No.
No. Month Unit/Topic                      Split-Up-Detail Class Room Comp.Aided of Periods
                                                                                                             Teaching Teaching Teaching

1. JUNE 1. Sets Sets and their representations,Empty Set, Finite & Infinite sets.
        & Equal sets, subsets, subsets of the sets of real numbers especially
        JU LY inter vals (with notations). Power set, Universal Set. Venn diagrams. 10 02 12
                                      Union and Intersection of sets. Difference of sets. Complement
                                      of a set.

                    2. Relations Ordered pairs, Cartesian product of sets. Number of elements
                    & in the Cartesian product of two finite sets, Cartesian product
                    Function of the real with itself (upto Rx Rx R). Definition of a relation, 12 02 14
                                      Pictorial diagrams, domain, co-domain and range of relation.
                                      Function as a special kind of relation from one set to another.
                                      Pictorial representation of a function, domain, co-domain and
                                      range of relation. Function as a special kind of relation from
                                      one set to another. Pictorial representation of a function, domain,
                                      co-domain and range of a function. Real valued function of a
                                      real variable, domain and range of these functions, constant,
                                      identity, polynomial, rational, modulus, signum and greatest
                                      integer functions with their graphs. Sum, difference product and
                                      quotients of functions.

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Sr.                                                                                                                 Periods For Periods For Total No.
No. Month Unit/Topic                      Split-Up-Detail Class Room Comp.Aided of Periods
                                                                                                                     Teaching Teaching Teaching
                    3. Trigono- Positive and negative angles. Measuring angles in radians &
                    metric in degrees and conversion from one measure to another. 14 01 15
                    Functions Definition of trigonometric functions with the help of unit circle.
                                     Truth of the identity sin   2   x + cos 2 x =1, for all x. signs of trigono-
                                     metric functions and sketch of their graphs. Expressions sin
                                     (x+y) and cos (x+y) in terms of sin x, sin y, cos x & cos y.
                                     Deducing the identities like following :
                                     tan (x + y) = (tan x + tan y) / (1 + tan x tan y),
                                     cot (x + y) = cot x cot y + 1) / (cotx +coty),
                                     sin x + sin y = 2 sin (x+y) / 2 cos(x-y) /2, cos x + cos y
                                     = 2cos (x + y) / 2 cos ( x-y) / 2,
                                     cos y = 2cos (x + y) / 2cos (x-y) / 2,
                                     sin x - sin y= 2cos (x + y) / 2 sin (x-y) / 2, cos x - cos y =
                                     -2 sin (x + y) / 2 sin ( x - y) / 2

                                                                                                                         36 06 42

2 AUG 1.Trigonometry Identities related to sin2x, cos2x, tan2x, sin3x, cos 3x and tan 3x. 08 01 09
                    (continued) General solution of trigonometric equations of the type sin
                                     = sin a , cos     = cos a and tan         =tan a . Proofs and simple
                                     applications of sin and cosine formulae.
                    2. Principal of Process of the proof by induction, motivating the application of 06 01 07
                    Mathematics the method by looking at natural numbers as the least inductive
                    Induction subset of real numbers. The principle of mathematical induction
                                     and simple applications.                                                                                   57

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Sr.                                                                                                          Periods For Periods For Total No.
No. Month Unit/Topic                       Split-Up-Detail Class Room Comp.Aided of Periods
                                                                                                              Teaching Teaching Teaching

                     3.Complex Need for complex numbers, especially “-1, to be motivated by (08+08)=16 01+01=2 09+09=18
                     Numbers and inability to solve every quardratic equation. Brief description of
                     Quadratic algebraic properties of complex numbers. Argand plane and
                     Equations polar represent of complex numbers. Statement of fundamental
                                       theorem of Algebra. Solution of quadratic equation in the
                                       complex number system.’’

                                                                                                                  30 04 34

3. SEP. 1. Linear Linear inequalities, Algebraic solutions of linear inequalities in 08 02 10
                     Inequalities one variable and their representation on the number line.
                                       Graphical solution of linear inequalities in two variable. Solution
                                       of system of linear inequalities in two variables graphically.
                     2.Permutations Fundamental principle of counting. Factorial n. permutations 10 02 12
                     & and combinations, derivation of formulac and their connections,
                     Combinations simple applicatioans.
                     3. Binomial History, statements and proof of the binomial theorem for 06 01 07
                     Theorem positive integral indices. Pascal’s triangle, general and middle
                                       term in binomial expansion.

                                                                                                                  24 05 29

4. OCT. 1. Binomial Simple applications.                                                                          08 01 09

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Sr.                                                                                                            Periods For Periods For Total No.
No. Month Unit/Topic                       Split-Up-Detail Class Room Comp.Aided of Periods
                                                                                                                Teaching Teaching Teaching

                    2. Sequence Sequence and series. Arithmetic Progression(A.P.). Arithmetic 08 02 10
                    and Series Mean (A.M.) Geometric Progression (GP), general term of a GP,
                                      sum of n terms of a GP, geometric Mean (GM), relation between
                                      between A.M and GM. sum to n terms of the special series
                                      S n, S n 2 and S n   3.

                    3. Straight Brief recall of 2 D from earlier classes. Slope of a line and angle 08 01 09
                    Lines : between two lines. Various forms of equations of line: parallel
                                      to axes, point-slope form, slope- intercept form, two-point form,
                                      intercepts form and normal formal. General equation of a line
                                      distance of a point from a line.

                                                                                                                    24 04 28

5. NOV 1. Conic Sections of a cone : circles, line and pair of hyperbola, a point,
                    Section a straight line and pair of intersecting lines a degenerated case
                                      of a conic section. Standard equations and simple properties
                                      of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola. Standard equation of a circle,
                                      Revision for Half Yearly Exam.

                                                                                                                    15 05 20

6. DEC. 1.Introduction Co-ordinate axes and co-ordinate planes in three dimensions. 08 01 09
                    to three Co-ordinates of a point. Distance between two ponits and
                    Dimensional section formula.
                    Geometry                                                                                                               59

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Sr.                                                                                                          Periods For Periods For Total No.
No. Month Unit/Topic                      Split-Up-Detail Class Room Comp.Aided of Periods
                                                                                                              Teaching Teaching Teaching
                    2. Limits and Derivative introduced as rate of change of both as that of 11 01 12
                    Derivatives : distance function and geometrically, intuitive idea of limit.
                                     Definition of derivative, relate it to slope of tangent of the curve,
                                     derivative of sum, difference, product and quotient of functions.

                                                                                                                  19 02 21

7. JAN. 1. Derivative Derivatives of polynomial and trigonometric 07 02 09
                    (continued) functions.
                    2. Statistics Measure of dispersion; mean deviation, variance and standard 10 02 12
                                     deviation of ungrouped/group data. Analysis of frequency distri-
                                     butions with equal means but different variances.
                    3. Probability Random experiments; outcomes, sample spaces (setrepresen- 10 02 12
                                     tation). Events: occurrence of events, mutually exclusive events
                                     Axiomatic (set theoretic) probability, connections with the
                                     theories of earlier classes.
                                     Probability of an event, probability of ‘not’, ‘and’ & ‘or’ events.

                                                                                                                  27 06 33

8. FEB. 1. Mathe- Mathematically acceptable statements. Connecting words /
                   matical phases consolidating the understanding of “if and only if
                   Reasoning: (necessary and sufficient) condition”, “implies”, “and/or”, “implise
                                    by”, “and”, “or”, “ there exists”and their use through variety of
                                    examples related to real life and Mathematics. Validating the
                                    statements involving the connecting words -difference between                                        60
                                    contradiction, converse and contapositive.
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Sr.                                                                                                                                             Periods For Periods For Total No.
No. Month Unit/Topic                                 Split-Up-Detail Class Room Comp.Aided of Periods
                                                                                                                                                 Teaching Teaching Teaching

                                             Revision for Session Ending Examination.

9. MAR. Revision for Session Ending Examination.
                  (Model Question Papers)

                  Prepared By :

                  1. ........................................................................................................................

                  2. ........................................................................................................................


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                                              Splip-up Syllabus for Session (2010-11)
                                                                    Class XI
                                                             Biology (Theory)
                                                                                                                      Periods for Suggested
Month Name of the Unit Detailed Split up Chapters according to N.C.E.R.T. Book Class Room Computer Aided
                                                                                                                       Teaching Teaching Period

June Diversity in living world        The living world                                                                     06 –

July Diversity in living world        (Chapters : 2-4) i.e. Biological classification; Plant kingdom (major                25 02
              (Cont.)                 groups) angiosperms (upto sub class); salient features of animals
              I Unit Test             (non-chordate upto phylum level and cordates upto class level),
              (Chapter 1-4)

                                      1. Study of specimens with reasons- Bacteria, Oscillatoria,
                                          Spirogyra, Rhizopus, Mushroom, yeast,liverworts, moss, fern,
                                          pinus, monocot&dicot plant, lichen.

                                      2. Study of Amoeba, Hydra, Liverfluke, Ascaris, Leech, Prawn,
                                          Earthworm, Silkworm, Honeybee, Snail, Starfish, Shark, Rohu,
                                          Frog, Lizard, Pigeon and Rabbit.

August Structural organisation        (Chapters 5-7 )       i.e. Morphology of flowering plants (Roots,                    25 03
              in animals and plants   stem,leaf, inflorescence, flower, fruit, seed) Anatomy of flowering
              (Unit-II)               plants, Structural organisation in animals(Tissues; morpholgy,
                                      anatomy and functions of different systems of earthworm, frog and
                                      cockroach)                                                                                        62

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                                                                                                                   Periods for Suggested
Month Name of the Unit Detailed Split up Chapters according to N.C.E.R.T. Book Class Room Computer Aided
                                                                                                                    Teaching Teaching Period

                                     1. Preparation and study of T .S.of dicot and monocot (roots
                                         and stems).
                                     2. Study of temporary/permanent slides of palisade cells, guard
                                         cells, parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma, Xylem,
                                     3. Study of Squamous epithelium, muscle fibres, blood smear.
                                     4. Study of modification in root, stem and leavers.
                                     5. Study of external morphology of earthworm, cockroach and

Sept. Cell : Structure and           Chapter (8-11)                                                                     22 03
              Function (Unit-III)    Cell: Cell wall , cell membrane and cell organelles
              Plant Physiology       (plastids,mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi body,
              (Unit-IV)              ribosome, lysosome, centrioles) and nuclear organisation;
              II Unit Test           Biomolecules;cell cycle & cell division, Transport in plants.
              (Chapter 5-9)          Practicals–
                                     Osmosis by potato osmometer; Plasmolysis in Rhoeo leave;
                                     Distribution of stomata in upper and lowr surface; Rate of

Oct. Plant Physiology                ( Chapter 11 contd., 12, 13)                                                       13
              (Unit-IV)              Transport in plants (contd); Mineral nutrition; photosynthesis in
                                     higher plants.

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                                                                                                                    Periods for Suggested
Month Name of the Unit Detailed Split up Chapters according to N.C.E.R.T. Book Class Room Computer Aided
                                                                                                                     Teaching Teaching Period

                                     Practicals –
                                     Effect of different temperatures on the activity of salivar y
                                     amylase on starch; Separation of plant pigments by paper

November Plant Physiology            (Chapters 14-15)                                                                    2- 02
            (contd)                  Respiration in plants, Revision for H/Y, Plant growth and
            (Unit-IV)                development
            H/Y Exam.                Practicals –
            (Chapter 1-14)           To test the presence of Sugar, Starch, Protein and Fats in a given
                                     sample; to study the rate of respiration; to test the presence of
                                     urea, sugar, albumin and bile salts in urine.

December Human Physiology            (Chapters 16, 17, 18)                                                               18 02
            (Unit-V)                 Digestion and Absorption; Breathing and exchange of gases, Boby
                                     fluids & circulation.
                                     Study of imbibation in seeds/ raisins; Observation and comments
                                     on the experimental set up on; Anaerobic respiration, Phototropism,
                                     Opical bud removal and suctioon due to transpiration.

January Human Physiology             (Chapter 18-21)
            (Cont.)                  Excretory products and their elimination; Locomotion and                            22 03
                                     movement; Neural control and co-ordination.

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                                                                                                                Periods for Suggested
Month Name of the Unit Detailed Split up Chapters according to N.C.E.R.T. Book Class Room Computer Aided
                                                                                                                 Teaching Teaching Period

            (Unit–V)                  Practicals -
            III Unit Test             Study and describe three common flowering plants (Solanaceae,
            (Chapter 15-19)           Fabaceae and Liliaceae); Study of mitosis from permanent slides;
                                      Human skeleton and joints.

February Human Physiology             (Chapter 21 (contd.), 22)
                                                                                                                     22 01
            (Cont.)                   Neural control (contd.); Chemical Co-ordination; Revision.
            (Unit-V)                  Practicals-Revision


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                                          Split Up Syllabus for the Session (2010-11)
                                                         Informatics Practices
                                                            Summer Schools
                                                                                                Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                                Teaching Teaching

June & Unit 1 :                      Evolution of computers; Basics of computer and its              25 20 45
July Computer                        operation: Functional Components and their inter-
                System and           connections, Concept of Booting; Hardware concepts:
                Business             Diagram illustrating main parts of computers;Central
                Applications         Processing Unit(CPU): Arithmetic Logic Unit
                                     (ALU),Control Unit, Memory Unit(RAM-Random
                                     Access Memory & ROM- Read Only Memory)
                                     Role of Input, Processing and Output Devices in a
                                     computer system Input devices: Keyboard, Mouse,
                                     Light pen, Touch Screens, Graphics Tablets, Joystick,
                                     Mic ,MICR, OCR, Scanner, Smart Card Reader,
                                     Barcode reader, Biometric sensor, wed camera, digital
                                     camera; Output Devices: Monitor/Visual Display
                                     Unit(VDU),Printer (Dot Martix Printer, Desk Jet/Ink Jet/
                                     Bubble Jet Printer, Laser Printer), Plotter, Speaker,
                                     LCD(Liquid Crystal Disply)
                                     Secondary Storage Devices: Floppy Disk, Hard Disk,
                                     Magnetic Tape, Digital Video Disk (DVD),Binary Digite),
                                     Byte, Kilobyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte Software
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                                                                                              Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                              Teaching Teaching

                                     Concepts. Optical Disk. Types of Software: System
                                     Software, utility Software and Application Software.
                                     System software: Operating system, Language
                                     Processors, compilers, Interpreters and Assembler;
                                     Operating System : Need of operating sustem,
                                     Functions of operating system.
                                     Utility Software: Comression tools, Anti Virus, File
                                     Management tools, and Disk Management tools.
                                     Application Software as a tool: Word Processor,
                                     Presentation Tool, spreadsheet, Package, Database
                                     Management System; Business Software (for example :
                                     Inventory Management System, Payroll System,
                                     Financial Accounting,Hotel Management, and
                                     Reservation System); -Development of programming
                                     languages-Machine Language, Assembly Language,
                                     High Level Language (BASIC, COBOL, FORTRAN,
                                     PASCAL, C++); GUIbased languages-Visual
                                     Basic,Visul C++,C#, Java,
                                     GUI Operating System
                                     Important : Students/Teachers can also perform similar
                                     operation on any operating system. It is advised that
                                     the teacher while using any one operating system, give
                                     a demonstration of equivalent features for the other
                                     operating systems.

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                                                                                                 Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                                 Teaching Teaching

August Unit 1 : Computer              Windows
             System & Business        General features, Elements of Desktop- Taskbar, lcon,
             Applications             Start button, Shortcuts, Folder Recycle Bin, My
                                      Computer; Start Menu : Program, Documents, Start
                                      Menu : Program, Documents, Setting, Find/Search,
                                      Help, Run, Shut Down/Logoff;
                                      Customization of Taskbar, Star t Menu, Display
                                      properties (Wallpaper, Font, Settings, Color, Settings,
                                      Screen Savers);
                                      Program Menu : Accessories - Calculator, Notepad,                17 18 35
                                      Paint, WordPad, Media Player, Volume Controller);
                                      Internet Browsers Mozila Firefox, Internet Explorer,
                                      Netscape Navigator Control Panel : Add new hardware,
                                      Add new Sound Recorder, Media Player, Volume
                                      Controller) ; Internet Browsers Mozila Firefox, Internet
                                      Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Control Panel: Add new
                                      hardware, Add new Software, Printer Inatallation, Date/
                                      Time, Mouse, and Regional Settings.
                                      Purpose of using word processing software, opening
                                      a new/exosting document, closing a document, typing
                                      in a document, saving a document, print preview,
                                      printing a document, copying selected text, cutting
                                      selecting text. Inseriting symbol; Formatting: Alignment                                 68
                                      - Left, Right, Center; Justification; Industries and
                                                                                                   Class-XI (Science Stream)        Page 41
                                                                                               Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                               Teaching Teaching

                                     Business Computing: Types of Industries (Production,
                                     Shipping, Travel ,Hotel Insurance, Construction,
                                     Automobile), Applications of Business Computing in
               Unit 2 :              UNIT 2 : INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING                            52 7
               Introduction to       Programming Methodology :
               Programming           General Concepts; Clarity and Simplicity of Expression,
                                     Names, Clarity and Simplicity of Expressions, Names,
                                     Comments, Indentation; Documentation and Program
                                     Maintenance; Errors, Running and Debugging
                                     programs, Syntax Run-Time Errors, Logical
                                     Errors.Guidelines to Minimize Operational Errors.
                                     Detailed Split Up Syllabus
                                     Problem Solving Methodlogy and Techniques.
                                     Understanding of the problem, Identifying minimum
                                     nmber of inputs required for output, Step by step
                                     solotion for the problem, breaking down solution into
                                     simple steps, Identification of arithmetic and logical
                                     operations required for solution, Using Control
                                     Structure: Conductional control and looping (finite and
Sept. Unit 2 : Introduction on       Programming Tool: Visual Basic                                  12 15 27
               to Programming        Introduction to Programming-Modular Programming,
               continue              Object Or iented Programming, Event Driven                                              69
                                     Programming; About Visual Basic (Object Based
                                                                                                 Class-XI (Science Stream)        Page 42
                                                                                                 Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                                 Teaching Teaching

                                     Programming Language), Rapid Application
                                     Development using Visual Basic; Concept of Project
                                     in Visual Basic, VB Project Options - Standard EXE,
                                     Active XDLL, Active XEXE, Active X Control, Active X
                                     ocument DIL, Active X Document EXE, Addin, VB
                                     Application Wizard, IIS Application, DIITMLApplication;
                                     Getting Familiar with Visual Basic User Interface- Pull
                                     Downmenus, Toolbox, Project          Explorer, Properties
                                     Window, Form Layout window, Form, Immediate
                                     windoe, For m, Immediate window; Opening and
                                     Closing windows, Resizing and moving windows,
                                     Docking windows; Quitting. Visual Basic Tool Box
                                     (Standard Window Controls)- Pointer, Picture Box,
                                     Label ,Text Box, Frame, Command Button, Check Box,
                                     Option Button, Combo Box, List Box, Horizontal
                                     Scrollbar, Vertical, Scrollbar, Timber, Drive List Box,
                                     Directory List Box, File List Box, Shape, Line, Image,
                                     Date, OLE; Object Naming Connections, Event

Oct. Unit 2 Continue                 Programming Fundaments                                            18 14 32
July                                 Data Types: Integer, Long, Single, Double, Currency,
                                     String, Byte, Boolean, Date, Object Variant; Variables:
                                     Needs to use variable, Declaring Variables, Variable                                      70
                                     Naming Convention, Assigning value to Variables, Data
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                                                                                                  Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                                  Teaching Teaching

                                      Types of variable, Scope and lifetime of Variable (Public
                                      and Private);
                                      Control Structures:
                                      Decision Structure - IF, IF- THEN-ELSE, Select Case:
                                      Looping Structure - Do While...........Loop,
                                      Do...........Loop While, For...........Next, For
                                      Menu Editor: Concept of Menus, Shortcut menu and
                                      Popup menus Designing Menu, System, Menu
                                      Editor Dialog Box Options (Name, Index, Shortcut,
                                      Help Contex ID, Negotiate Position, Checked,
                                      Enabled, Visible, Window List, Right Arrow, Left
                                      Arrow, Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Menu List, Next,
                                      Insert Delete OK, Cancel), To Create Menu Controls
                                      in the Menu Editor, Menu Naming Conventions.
                                      Setting the Name Property, Creating a Menu
                                      Controls Array. Creating Sub Menus, Separating
                                      Menu Controls. Assigning, Access, Keys and Short
                                      Cut Keys,Controlling Menus Control, Making a Menu
                                      Control Invisible, Adding Menu Control at Runtime,
                                      Displaying Pop-Up Menu;
                                      General Controls (Advance): Image, List, Common
                                      Dialog Box, ADO DC, DB Combo, Media Player
                                      Control, DB Girid;                                                                        71

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                                                                                              Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                              Teaching Teaching

November                             Adding a Toolbar : Creating an Image List, Adding              12 10 22
                                     Images to the Toolbar, To Add Code for the Toolbar
                                     Buttons; Adding Status Bar : Adding Time on the panel.
                                     Dialog Boxes: Pre-defined dialog box, Custom dialog
                                     Database Management System
                                     Introduction to database concepts: relation/ Table,
                                     attribute, Tuple/ Rows, field Data, Concept of String,
                                     Number and Date Values, Dats type and Data Integrity
                                     (Domain and Referential integrity). Candidate key,
                                     Alternaties key, Primary key, Foreign keys, Data
                                     Nomalization first, second, third, BCNF normal form ;
                                     Examples of Commercially a vailable Database
                                     Management System’s (Back- End) - Oracle, MS-SQL
                                     Server, DB2, MySQL, Sybase, INGRES. Examples of
                                     Front end End Software’s Oracle Developer, Visual
                                     Basic, Visual C++, Power Builder, Delphi.
November                             RDBMS TOOl:
                                     Interface with Oracle, Login Screen, Entering Name
                                     and Password; Classifiiication of SQL Statement : DML
                                     (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETED) DDL
                                     (CREATE, DROP, ALTER, RENAME, TRUNCATE),
                                     DCL (CRANT, REVOKE), TCL (COMMIT, ROLLBSCK);
                                     SQL SELECT Selecting All the Columns, Selecting                                        72
                                     Specific Column, Column Heading Default, Using
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                                                                                              Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                              Teaching Teaching

                                     Arithmetic Expressions, Defining and using Column
                                     Alias, Concatenation Operator (11), Duplicate rows and
                                     their Elimination (DISTINCT keyboard), Role of SQL
                                     and SQL* Plus in interacting with RDBMS, Displaying
                                     Table Structure (DESCcommand).
                                     SELECT Statement Continued : Limiting Rows selecting
                                     (using WHERE clause), Working with Character Strings
                                     and Dates, Using Comparison operators, BETWEEN
                                     operator, IN Operator, LIKE Operator, IS NULL,
                                     Comparison, Logical Operators, Use of Logical
                                     Operator Precedence, ORDER BY Clause, Sorting in
                                     Ascending/ Descending Order, Sorting By Column Alias
                                     Name, Sorting On Multiple Columns;
December Unit 3 Continue             Functions : SQL Functions, Character Functions (Case           13 14 27
                                     Conversion/Descending Order, Sorting By Column
                                     Alias Name, Sorting On Multiple Columns;
                                     Functions : SQL Functions, Types of SQL Function
                                     (Single Row/Multiple Row), Single Row SQL Functions,
                                     (Character Functions (Case Conversion/Character
                                     Manipulation), Case Conversion Functions (lower (),
                                     Init Cap (), UPPER() )
                                     Character Manipulation Function (CONTACT() INSTR(),
                                     LENGTH (), TRIM () SUBSTRO (), LPAD (), Number
                                     Functions (ROUND(), TRUNC ()) Arithmetic Operation                                     73
                                     on Dates, Date Functions and their Usage, Data, Type
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                                                                                              Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                              Teaching Teaching

                                     Conversion Functions, Implict snd Explicit Conversion,
                                     TO CHAR Function with Dates, To DATE Function
                                     numbers, TO NUMBER and TO DATE Function, NVL
                                     Function and its usage, DECODE Function and its
                                     Grouping Records: Concept of Grouping Record and
                                     Nested Grouping, Nested Grouping Record fo records,
                                     Group Functions, Types of group function (MAX (), MIN
                                     (), AVG (), SUM (), COUNT (),
                                     Using AVG and SUM Functions. Using M/N and MAX
                                     Using the COUNT Function 7 using count (*). DISTINCT
                                     Clause with COUNT, Group Functions and Null Values,
                                     Using NVL Function with Group Functions, Grouping
                                     By Clause, Grouping By More than one Column, lllegal
                                     Queries with Group By Clause, Excluding Group
                                     Results: Having Clause, Nesting Group Functions,
                                     Sub Queries: Concept of Sub-Query, Sub Query to
                                     Solve a Problem, Guidelines for Using Sub Queries,
January Unit : 3
                                     Types of Sub-Queries (Single Row and Multiple Row)
2009 Continue
                                     and (Single Column and Multiple Column); Single Row
                                     Sub-Query and its Execution;
                                     Displaying Data From Multiple Tables: Concept of Join,                                 74
                                     Result of Join, Cartesian Product and Generating
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                                                                                                  Periods for Suggested Total
Month Name of the Topic Detailed Split Up Syllabus Class Room Computer Aided Periods
                                                                                                  Teaching Teaching
                                     Cartesian Product example using Mathematical Search
                                     Conditions using Mathematical Set Types of Join (EQUI,
                                     SELF, NON EQUL, OUTER (LEFT and RIGHT), Equi-
                                     join: Retrieving records with Euqi-join, Additional Search
                                     Conditions using AND operstor, Short Naming
                                     Convention for Tables (Table Aliase), Non-Equi join and
                                     and its Implementation, Outer-Join and its Usage, Self-
                                     Join (Joining a table to itself);
January Unit : 3                     Manipulating Data of A Table/Relation: Concept of DML              17 20 37
2009 Continue                        (Data Manipulation Language), INSERT Statement,
                                     Inserting New Rows, Inserting New Rows with Null
                                     Values, Inserting Date Values, Use of Substitution
                                     Variable to Insert Values, Copying Row from another
                                     Table, Update Statement to Change Existing Data of a
                                     Table, Updating Rows in a Table, Updating Rows based
                                     on another Table, Delete statement/ Removing Row/
                                     Rows from a Table, Deleting Rows Based on condition
                                     from another Table Making Data Manipulation
                                     Permanent (COMMIT). Undo Data Manipulation
                                     Changes (ROLL BACK)
                                     Data base Objects : View, Table Sequence, index and
                                     Synonyms, DDL, (Date Definition Language), Naming
                                     Convention, Creating Synonyms, Simple Views and
                                     Complex Views, Retriyeving Data from a View, Querying
                                     a View, Modifting a View, Including DROP TABLE &
                                     DROP VIEW Command Transaction Control Language                                             75
                                     (TCL) & Data Control Language (DCL).
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                                Split-up Syllabus For Session (2010-11) (Summer Schools)

                                                      Economic - Class : XI

Paper One                                                  Time : 3 Hours                                          Marks : 100

Units Topics                                                                                          Marks Periods

Part A Statistics for Economics

            1. Introduction                                                                               03 05

            2. Collection, organization & Presentation of Data                                            12 25

            3. Statistical Tools and Interpretation                                                       30 64

            4. Development project in economics                                                           05 10

                                                                                                          50 104

Part B Indian Economic Development

            5. Development Oplicies and Experience (1947-90) 10 18

            6. Economic Reforms since 1991                                                                08 14

            7. Current Challenges facing Indian Economy                                                   25 60

            8. Development experience of India-A comparison with neighbours 07 12

                                                                                                          50 104

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Sr.                                                                                                                     Periods Period for Total
No Month Unit/Topic Split-up - Detail Available Comp.Aided No. of
                                                                                                                                      Teaching Days
1. June& 1.Introduction What is Economic? Meaning, scope and 45 04 30
      July importance of statistics in Economics
                    2. Collection, Collection of data-sources of data-primary and
                    Organization and secondary; how basic data is collected; methods
                    Presentation of data of collecting data; some important s9ources of secondary
                                                    data; census of India and National Sample Survey
                                                    Organization. Organization of data : meaning and types of
                                                    variables; Frequency Distribution Presentation of data:
                                                    tabular Presentation and diagrammatic presentation of
                                                    data :(i) Geometric forms (bar diagrams and pie diagrams),
                                                    (ii) Frequency diagrams (histogram, polygon and ogive)
                                                    and (iii) Arithmetic line graphs (time series graph).

2. Aug. 3. Statistical tools Measures of Central Tendency-mean(simple 35 04 23
                    and Interpretation and weighted), median and mode
                    1. Statistical tools Measures of Dispersion-absolute dispersion (range,
                    and Interpretation quartile deviation, mean deviation and standard deviation);
                    2. Development A brief introduction of the state of Indian economy on the
                    Policies and eve of independence
                    Experience (1947-90)

3. Sept. 1. Statistical tools Relative dispersion (Coefficient of quartile deviation, 31 04 21
                    and Interpretation coefficient of mean deviation, coefficient of variation)                                               77
                    continued Lorenz Curve : Meaning and its application. Correlation-
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                                                  meaning, scatter diagram;measures of correlation-
                                                  Karl Pearsons’s m ethod (two variables ungrouped data)
                                                  Spearman’s rank correlation.
                   2.Development Common goals of five years plans-Main features, problems
                   Policies and and policies of agriculture (institutional aspects and new
                   Experience (1947-90) agricultural strategy,etc.), industry (industrial licensing, etc.)
                   continued and foreign trade

4. Oct. 1. Economic reforms Need & main features-liberalization, globalization and 27 04 18
                   since 1991 privatization; An appraisal of LPG policies
                                                  Poverty-absolute and relative; main programmes for
                                                  poverty alleviation : A critical assessment;
                   2. Current challenges Rural development : Key issues-credit and marketing-role of
                   facing Indian cooperatives; agricultural diversification; alternative farming-
                   Economy organic framing; Human capital formation : how people
                                                  become resource; role of human capital in economic
                                                  development; growth of education sector in India.

                                                  Autumn Break - 13-10-2007to 22-10-2007 - 10 Days

5. Nov. Statistical tools and Employment : growth, information and other issues, 32 02 22
                   Interpretation Problems and policies.
                   continued Introduction to Index Numbers- meaning, types-wholesale
                                                  price index, consumer price index and index of industrial
                                                  production, uses of index numbers; inflation and index

6. Dec. 1. Developing Projects The students may be encouraged to develop projects ,which                                                  78
                   in Economics have primary data, secondary data or both. Case studies
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                                               of a faw organizations/ outles may also be encouraged.
                                               Some of the examples of the projects are as follows (they
                                               are not mandatory but suggestive):
                                               (i) Areport on demographic structure of your neighbourhood;
                                               (ii) Consumer awareness amongst households
                                               (iii) Changing prices of a few vegetables in your market
                                               (iv) Study of a cooperative institution : milk cooperatives
                                               The idea behind introducing this unit is to enable the
                                               students to develop the ways and means by which a
                                               project can be developed using the skills learned in the
                                               course. This includes all the steps involved in designing
                                               a project starting from choosing a title, exploring the infor-
                                               mation relating to the title, collection of primary and
                                               secondary data, analyzing the data, presentation of the
                                               project and using various statisticale tools and their
                                               interpretation and conclusion.
                  2. Current challenges Infrastructure: Meaning and types: Case Studies; Energy
                  facing Indian and Health; Problems and Policies-A critical assessment.
                  Economy continue

7. Jan. 1. Current challenges Sustainable Economic Development Meaning : effects of
                  facing Indian Economic Development on Resources and Environment.
                  Economy continue
                  2. Development A comparison with neighbours-India and Pakistan; India
                  Experience of India and China-Issues : growth, population, sectoral
                                               development and other development indicators.

8. Feb. Revision for Session Ending Examination                                                                                             79

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