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									                           SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 English
                                Class VI

Apr         Literature: Chapter -1,The Model Millionaire
            Grammar: Kinds of sentences, Subject-Predicate, Nouns
            Writing Skills: Picture composition
May         MCB Unit –I Trees
            Writing: Guided composition
Jul         Literature: Chapter-2,Pinecones
            MCB: Unit-2,Special People
            Grammar: Pronouns, Articles
            Writing skills: Paragraph writing
Aug         Literature
            Chapter-3,How we kept Mother‟s Day
            Poem : On Mother‟s Day
            MCB: Unit-3 : Dignity of work
            Grammar: Tenses(simple present, simple past),Subject - Verb
            agreement
Sep         Literature:Chapter-4,The Railway Children
            Grammar: Homophones, Tenses (Present continuous and past
            continuous)

Course for SA-1
Literature : Chapter 1,2,3,4 and one poem The Model Millionaire, Pinecones,
How we kept Mother‟s Day, The Railway children, On Mother‟s Day
MCB: Unit 1,2,3
Grammar:       Subject-Predicate, kinds of sentences, Nouns, Pronouns, Articles,
Subject-verb Agreement, Tenses(simple present, present cont., simple past,
past cont.)
Writing skills: Picture composition, guided composition, paragraph writing.

Oct         Literature:
            Chapter-5 The Bus stop that ate children Poem: Midnight Woods
MCB: Unit 4 Helpers
Grammar: Adverb
Nov         Literature: Chapter 6:A Day for brothers,Poem:Conversation
            MCB:Unit 5,when I was a child
            Grammar:Adjective,Writing: Application writing
Dec         Literature: Chapter 7:The School for sympathy
            Poem:Kieran, MCB Unit 6- Travel, Grammar: Conjunctions Writing:
            Paragraph
Jan         Literature:Chapter 8 The Mother of a Traitor MCB: Unit 7 Believe it
            or not Grammar: Reported speech, Writing; Informal letter
Feb         Literature: Chapter 9 – Skivers,MCB: Unit 8 Entertainment,Revision

Course for SA-2
Literature: Chapter 5,6,7,8,9 and two poems-The Bus Stop that ate children, A
day for brothers, The school for sympathy, The mother of a traitor, conversation,
Kieran, skivers MCB: Unit 4,5,6,7,8
Grammar: Adjective, Conjunctions, Kinds of sentences, Subject-Predicate,
Articles, Nouns, Pronouns, Reported speech, Subject-Verb Agreement, Adverbs
Writing: Guided Composition, Picture Composition, Paragraph, Application,
Informal letter writing
                           SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 English
                                Class VII

Apr         Literature: Chapter -1,The Man in the Train
            Grammar: NOUN: Number, Kinds of nouns, kinds of sentences.
            Writing : Informal letter
May         MCB Unit –I Adventure. Grammar:Pronouns
Jul         Literature: Chapter-2,More than true, Poem: On the Grasshopper
            and the Cricket. MCB: Unit-2,Environment
            Grammar: Adjectives,Tenses. Writing skill: Post card
Aug         Literature: Chapter 3 Proud Head. Poem: I am the Captain of my
            Soul
            MCB: Unit 3 Animals Grammar - Subject-verb Agreement,Articles
            Writing :Paragraph writing
Sep         Literature : Chapter 4, My Financial Career, Writing: guided
            composition

Course for SA-1
Literature: Chapter 1,2,3,4 and two poems
The man in the train, More than true, Proud Head, My financial career, On the
Grasshopper & the cricket, I am the Captain of my soul.
Grammar: Articles,nouns, kinds of sentences, pronouns, subject-verb agreement
tenses, adjectives
Writing skills:Informal letter, post card, paragraph, guided composition

Oct         Literature :Chapter 5, The last truck ride, Poem: The tree in season
            MCB: Unit 5 children and adults Grammar: Adverbs, Prepositions
            Writing: Message Writing
Nov         Literature : Chapter 6:A Bitterly cold Night. Grammar: Active &
            passive voice. Writing : Application

Dec          Literature: Chapter 7 Lord Nithsdale‟s Escape. MCB : Unit
             7,Mystery
             Grammar: Conjunctions. Writing: Notice writing
Jan          Literature : Chapter 8 Tober, Poem: Macavity:The Mysery Cat
             MCB: Unit 8 People Grammar: Reported speech
Feb          Literature: Chapter 9, If a were you
             Revision
Course for SA-2
Literature: Chapter 5,6,7,8,9 and two poems The last truck ride, a bitterly cold
night, Lord Nithsdale‟s escape, Tober, If I were you, The Tree is season,
Macavity : The Mystery Cat
MCB: Unit 5,6,7,8
Grammar: Adjective, conjunctions, Reported Speech,Tenses, Articles, pronouns,
Subject-verb agreement, adverb, Active passive voice,Prepositions.
Writing: Application, Message, Notice, Post card,Paragraph
                          SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                English
                               Class VIII

Apr         Literature Ch 1 The Night We Won the Buick
            Poem: The Lonely Farmer Grammar: Determiners
            MCB : Unit 1 Wit and Humour
May         Writing skills: Post card, Message, Notice
Jul         Literature Ch 2 The Brogue Ch 3 The Letter
            Poem: Money Madness MCB: Unit 2 Trust & Care
            Grammar Subject-verb Agreement
Aug         Literature Ch 4 The Star Grammar :Tenses, Adjectives
            Writing skill :Informal letter
Sep         Revision

SA-1
            MCB Unit 1,2 Literature: Ch 1,2,3,4
            Poem: The Lonely Farmer, Money Madness
            Grammar : Determiners, Tenses,Sub-verb Agreement, Adjectives
            Writing skill – Informal letter, Post Card, Message, Notice

Oct         Literature :Ch 5 Nephews Poem:The Clod & the Pebble
            MCB:Unit 3 Fact & Fiction Grammar:Active-Passive
            Writing: Letter to the Editor
Nov         Literature Ch 6 Green parrots in a Cage
            Poem: Where the Mind Without Fear MCB: Unit 4 Sports & People
            Writing skill – Article

Dec         Literature :Ch 7 Flight MCB:Unit 7 Irony & Satire
            Grammar: Preposition Writing skill- Speech
Jan         Literature :Ch 9 Life‟s a Glorious Gift
            MCB: Unit 6 Prejudice Grammar:Modals, Reported Speech
Feb         Literature Ch 8 Let‟s go Home MCB: Unit 7 Science & Fiction Unit 8
            War Writing skill - Debate

SA-2
Literature : Ch 5,6,7,8,9
MCB Unit 3,4,5,6,7,8
Grammar: Determiners,Conjunctions,Reported speech, Prepositions, Connectors,
Tenses, Subject-Verb Agreement, Modals, Active-passive, Adjective
Writing Skill:Debate, Article,Speech, Letter to the Editor, Notice,Message,Post
card
                          SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                English
                               Class IX

Apr         Literature : 1. The Brook 2. The Road Not Taken 3.Solitary
            Reaper.
            Writing: Notice,Message,Post card
May         Writing- Biographical sketch,Informal letter,describing people
            MCB :Unit 1 (People)
            Grammar- Determiners,Sub-Verb Agreement,Pronouns,Prepositions
Jul         Literature-1.How I taught My grandmother to Read(fiction)
            2. A Dog Named Duke (fiction) 3. Lord Ullin‟s Daughter(Poem)
            Unit 2 (Adventure) Grammar: Tenses
Aug         Literature – Villa for Sale (Drama)
            Grammar – Active-Passive, Reported speech
            Writing- Letter to the Editor; MCB- Unit 3 (Environment)
Sep         Revision
SA-1        Literature
            (1)   How I taught My Grandmother to Read (fiction)
            (2) A Dog Named Duke (fiction)
            1.     The Brook (Poem)
            2.     The Road not Taken(Poem)
            3.     The Solitary Reaper(Poem)
            4.     Lord Ullin‟s Daughter(Poem)
            1)     Villa for Sale (Drama)
            MCB: Unit 1,2,3
            Grammar-        Determiners,    Sub-Verb    Agreement,     Pronouns,
            preposition, Tenses, Active-Passive, Reported Speech
            Writing – Biographical sketch, Informal letter, describing people,
            Notice, Message, Post card, Letter to the Editor
Oct         3. The Man who knew Too Much (fiction)
            4. Keeping it from Harold (fiction)
            5. The Seven Ages
            6. Oh; I wish I‟d looked After Me Teeth
Nov         MCB Unit 4. The class IX Radio show
            Unit 5 Mystery
            Writing –Report writing
            Grammar- Non-Finite,Verb forms (Infinitives,Participles, gerunds),
            Modals.
Dec         Literature
            5.     Best Seller (fiction)
            7.     Song of the Rain (Poem), The Bishop‟s candlesticks (Drama)
            MCB: Unit 6 children Grammar: Types of sentences
Jan         MCB : Unit 7 Sports and Games
            Writing: Article, Speech, Diary Entry
            Grammar : Comparison
Feb         Grammar:Connectors, Types of Phrases and clauses, Nominalisation
            and comparison
            Writing- Debate,Story writing
SA-II
3.          The Man who knew too much(4)Keeping it from Harold(5)Best seller
            (Poem)(5) The Seven Ages (6) Oh, I wish I‟d Looked After Me
            Teeth (7) Song of the Rain
            (Drama) The Bishop‟s candlesticks
MCB: Unit 4,5,6,7
Grammar and writing skills – Integrated course done throughout the year.
                          SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                English
                                Class X
Apr  Literature
     The Tribute
     The Night of Scorpion
     A Christmas Carol
     Writing Skill
     Notice,Message,Post Card
May MCB
     Health and Medicine
Jul  Literature
     Cutie Pie
     Ode to the West Wind
     MCB
     Unit II Education
     Writing skill
     Biography,Data Interpretation,Formal Letter & Letter to the Editor
Aug Tenses,Determiners, Agreement of Verb with the subject,Active-Passive,
     Pronouns, Prepositions
Sep Revision‟
SA-1 Literature
     The Tribute,Night of the Scorpion,A Christmas Carol, Cutie Pie, Ode to the
     West Wind
     MCB
     Unit-1,2
     Grammar
     Tenses,Determiners, Subject Verb agreement, Active-Passive, Pronouns,
     Prepositions
     Writing skills
     Notice, Message,       Post Card, Biography, Data Interpretation, Formal
     letter, Letter to the Editor.
Oct  Literature
     The Letter
     Frog and Nightingale
     Julius Caesar
Nov MCB
     Unit III Science
     Grammar
     Modals, Non finite Verb forms (gerunds, Infinitives and participles)
     Writing skill
     Report writing
Dec Literature
     The Ultimate Safari
     Mirror
     MCB
     Unit 4 Environment
Jan  Literature
     The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
     MCB
     Travel and Tourism
     Writing skill
     Itinerary, Brochure
Feb Grammar
     Types of sentences, Connectors, Nominalisation, Comparison, Types of
     phrases and clauses
     Writing skill
Article, Speech, Debate, Diary Entry, Story

SA-2
Literature
The Letter, Frog & the Nightingale, Julius Caesar, Ultimate Safari, Mirror,
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
MCB : Unit 3,4,5
Grammar & Writing skill
Integrated Course done throughout the year
                           SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 English
                                Class XI

Jul   Hornbill- The Portrait of a lady, A Photograph
      Snapshot – The summer of the Beautiful white Horse
      Grammar – Tenses, Determiners
      Writing skill – Advertisements, Notices
Aug   Hornbill – We „re not afraid to die
               - Discovering TUT
      Snapshot – The address
      Writing skill – Invitations, Posters
      Grammar – Closed gaps

      Course for Unit Test-1 Chapters and topics done in the months of Jul and
      Aug
Sep   Hornbill : The Laburnum Top; Landscape of the Soul
      Snapshot : Ranga‟s Marriage
      Writing skill : Report Writing
      Grammar: Voice & Speech
Oct   Snapshot : Albert Einstean at School
      Hornbill : The Voice of the Rain
      The Ailing Planet
      Writing skill – Business letters
      Grammar : Jumbled sentences
Nov   Hornbill : The Browing version
      Snapshot       : Mother‟s Day
      Writing skill : Articles
Dec   Revision of the course done till date
      Course for Half yearly : Chapters and topics done in the month of Oct and
      Nov + integrated course.
Jan   Hornbill: Childhood, Silk Road
      Snapshot : Birth
      Writing skill : Revision of Report Writing
      Grammar : Topics done so far will be revised
      Course for II Unit Test : Chapters and topics done in the month of January
Feb   Hornbill : The Adventure
      Snapshot : Revision of the syllabus
      Course for Annual Examination : The complete course
                        SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                              English
                             Class XII

Apr      Flamingo
         The last Lesson
         Lost Spring
         Deep Water
         My mother at 66
         An Elementary school
May      Vistas
         The Tiger King
         Writing Skills
         Advertisements, Notices, Invitation ,Poster
Jul      Flamingo
         The Rat Trap
         Indigo
         Vistas
         Journey to the end…
         The Enemy

Aug      Flamingo : Poets & Pancakes
         Keeping Quiet
         Vistas
         Should wizard Hit Mommy
         Writing skills : Report Writing
Sep      Flamingo
         The Interview
         Going Places
         A Thing of Beauty
         Vistas
         On the Face of it
         Evans Tries ………
Oct      Flamingo
         Roadside Stand
         Aunt Jennifer‟s Tigers
         Vistas
         Memories of childhood
         Writing skills
         Business Letters
         Articles
Course
         I Unit Test The last lesson, Lost Spring, Deep Water, The Third
         level, Advertisement, Notices
         Quarterly Course of Unit I, The Rat Trap,My mother at 66, School in
         slum, Indigo, Poets & Pancakes, keeping quiet, journey to the end..
         Thing of Beauty.
         Writing skills : Invitation, Poster, Report writing
         Half yearly – Full Course
         I Pre-Board – Full Course
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tuojh      x|&8-laLd`fr                     5-eSa D;ksa fy[krk gw¡   iqujko`fÙk
           i|&9-laxrdkj
Qjojh      iqujko`fÙk                       iqujko`fÙk               iqujko`fÙk

    SA-I     f{kfrt          &       vizSy ls flrEcj rd
             d`frdk          &       vizSy ls flrEcj rd
             O;kdj.k         &       vizSy ls flrEcj rd

    SA-II    f{kfrt          &       vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd
             d`frdk          &       vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd
             O;kdj.k         &       vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd
                                ikB~;Øe foHkktu 2010&11
                                         fo"k;&fgUnh
                                        d{kk&X;kjgoha
ekg                      vkjksg                 forku               O;kdj.k
                 x|                  i|
tqykbZ   1-nw/k dk nke          1-dchj          &                   lekpkj ys[ku
         2-fe;k ul:n~nhu 2-ehjk                                     i=
         3-vIiw ds lkFk
vxLr     4-fonkbZ laHkk’k.k     3-ifFkd         vkyks&vk¡/kkfj      milxZ] izR;;] fo'ks’k.k]
         5-xyrk yksgk           4-os vk¡[ksa                        laf/k okP;
         6-Lihfr esa ckfj”k
flrEcj   iqujko`fÙk             iqujko`fÙk      jktLFkku dh jtr     iqujko`fÙk
                                                cw¡ns
vDVwcj   7-jtuh                 5-?kj dh        Hkkjrh; xk;f=;ksa   fØ;k fo”ks"k.k]
                                ;kn             esa cstksM+ % yrk   lEikndh; fjiksVZj
                                                eaxs”kdj            ¼izfrosnu½
uoEcj    8-tkewu dk isM+        6-paik dkys &                       Qhpj ys[ku
                                dkys vPNj--
fnlEcj   9-Hkkjr ekrk           7-lk;s esa /kwi fe= laokn           vifBr x|@i|
                                8-vDd                               fuca/k
                                egknsoh
tuojh    10-vkRedFkk            9-ik'k          nks i=              iqujko`fÙk
                                10-vkvks
                                feydj
                                cpk,¡

           ;wfuV I          &     tqykbZ esa ifBr lekxzh
           =Sekfld          &     flrEcj rd ifBr lekxzh
           vn~/kZ okf’kZd   &     uoEcj rd ifBr lekxzh
           ;wfuV II         &     fnlEcj rd ifBr lekxzh
           okf’kZd          &     lEiw.kZ ikB~Øe
                             ikB~;Øe foHkktu 2010&11
                                    fo"k;&fgUnh
                                   d{kk&ckjgoha
ekg    vkjksg                            forku            O;kdj.k
vizSy  1-vkRe ifjp;                                       vifBr cks/k
       2-,d xhr                                           x|ka'k ,oa dkO;ka'k
       3-irax
ebZ    11-HkfDru
       12-cktkj n'kZu
tqykbZ 4-dfork ds cgkus                                   jpukRed ys[u ,oa
       5-ckr lh/kh Fkh ij                                 tu lapkj ek/;e
       6-dSejs esa can vikfgr                             d&fjiksVZ
       13-dkys es/kk ikuh ns                              [k&vkys[k
       14-igyoku dh <+kyd s                               x&dk;kZy;h i=
vxLr 7-lg’kZ Lohdjk gS                  1-flYoj oSfMax    Qhpj ys[ku
       8-m’kk                                             thou lanHkksZa ls tqM+h
       9-ckny jkx                                         ?kVuk,¡&
       15-pkyhZ pSfIyu ;kuh ge                            fuca/k
       16-ued
flrEcj 10-dforkoyh                      2-tw>
       11-y{e.k&eqPNkZ
       12-:ckbZ;k¡
       13-xty
       17-f'kjh’k ds Qwy
vDVwcj 14-NksVk esjk [kr                3-vrhr ds ncs
       15-cxqyksa ds ia[k               ik¡o
       18-Je foHkktu vkSj tkfr izFkk
       19-esjh dYiuk dk vkn'kZ
       lekt
uoEcj ikB~;Øe dh iqujko`fÙk             4-Mk;jh ds iUus

        I ;wfuV       &    vkjksg&1]2]3]11]12 vifBr o x|ka'kA
                           forku&flYoj oSfMax
        II ;wfuV      &    vkjksg&4]5]6]13]14 jpukRed ys[kuo tulapkj ek/;eA
                           forku&tw>
        =Sekfld       &    vkjksg&7]8]9]15]16 Qhpj ys[ku
                           forku&vrhr ds ncs ikao
        vn~/kZ okf’kZd &   vkjksg&10]11]12]13]17]14]18]19
                           forku&Mk;jh ds iUus
        okf’kZd       &    lEiw.kZ ikB~Øe
                               fo"k; & laLd`re~
                     ikB~;Øe & 2010 & 11 (SUMMATIVE)
d{kk & 6
ikB~;iqLrd & lqxe&laLd`re~ Hkkx&1
       vizsy ,oa oUnuk
       ebZ &     vko`fÙk ikB% 1     laKkin & ifjp;%
                 vko`fÙk ikB% 2     fØ;kin&ifjp;% & yV~ydkj%
                 vko`fÙk ikB% 3     loZuke in&ifjp;%
       tqykbZ & izFke% ikB %        vge~&o;e~] Roe~&;w;e~
                 f}rh;% ikB%        ,"k%&,rs] ,"kk&,rk%] ,rr~&,rkfu
                 r`rh;% ikB%        l%&rs] lk&rk%] rr~&rkfu
       vxLr &    prqFkZ% ikB%       rkS&,rkS] rs&,rs] ;qoke~ & vkoke~
                 iape% ikB%         vki.ka xPNkfe ¼izFkek] f}rh;k foHkfDr%½
                 "k"B% ikB%         iz'ueap% ¼"k"Bh foHkfDr%] lEcks/kue~½
       flrEcj & lIre% ikB%          o;a dsu fda dqeZ% ¼r`rh;k foHkfDr%½
       flrEcj & ifjf'k"Ve~ ¼vH;kl dk;Z ,oa nksgjku dk;Z½
                 1½ O;ogkfjd O;kdj.ke~
                 2½ vifBr vocks/kue~
                 3½ jpukRed & dk;Ze~

      vDVwcj        v"Ve% ikB%         dkdL; pkrq;Ze~ ¼vko`fÙk ikB%½
                    uoe% ikB%          ijksidkjk; eethoue~ ¼prqFkhZ foHkfDr%½
      uoEcj         n'ke% ikB%         ee fnup;kZ ¼iapeh foHkfDr%½
                    ,dkn'k% ikB%       Jko.ks vkxrs ¼lIreh foHkfDr%½
      fnlEcj        }kn'k% ikB%        rjo% lRiq#"kk% ¼mdkjkUr iqfYyax½
                    =;ksn'k% ikB%      vkxPN rfj";ke% ¼y`V~ydkj%½
      tuojh         prqnZ'k% ikB%      e/kqjk izHkkr osyk ¼bdkjkUr iqfYyax%½
                    iapn'k% ikB%       lqUnjrk xq.ksu u rq :is.k ¼fo'ks"k.kkfu½
                                       KkrO;e~ lwDr;%
      Qjojh         ifjf'k"Ve~ ¼vH;kl dk;Z ,oa nksgjku dk;Z½
                    1½     O;kogkfjd & O;kdj.ke~
                    2½     vifBr & vocks/kue~
                    3½     jpukRed&dk;Ze~

      ,l-,- & 1 ¾         vizsy ls flrEcj rd
                          i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
      ,l-,- & 2 ¾         vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd
                          i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
                                fo"k; & laLd`re~
                      ikB~;Øe & 2010 & 11 (SUMMATIVE)
d{kk & 7

ikB~;iqLrd & lqxe & laLd`re~ Hkkx & 2

vizsy & ebZ         oUnuk
                    ¼1½ izFke% ikB%      Hkkjro"kZ% ¼vko`fÙk ikB%½
                    ¼2½ f}rh;% ikB%      'kkfUrnwr% diksr% ¼y³~ydkj%½ ¼miinfoHkfDr%½

tqykbZ              ¼3½   r`rh;% ikB%    ckyks fo|ky;xkeh ¼vkReusifn&yV~ydkj%½
                    ¼4½   prqFkZ% ikB%   ,drk;ka cyefLr ¼milxZ%½
                    ¼5½   iape% ikB%     pUnz'ks[kj% vktkn% ¼y³~&ydkj% vko`fÙk%½
vxLr                ¼6½   "k"B% ikB%     vewY;kfu ekSfDrdkfu
                    ¼7½   lIre% ikB%     vk;qosZn% LokLF;ykHkk; ¼la;ksx% lfU/k%½

flrEcj              ifjf'k"Ve~ ¼vH;kl dk;Z ,oa nksgjku dk;Z½
                    1½ O;kogkfjd O;kdj.ke~
                    2½ vifBr vocks/kue~
                    3½ jpukRed dk;Ze~

vDVwcj              ¼8½ v"Ve% ikB%     vH;klsu fda u fl/;fr ¼Le&iz;ksx%½
                    ¼9½ uoe% ikB%      /kU;k% Hkkjrh;k% efgyk% ¼lfU/k% vko`fÙk%½
uoEcj               ¼10½ n'ke% ikB%    fons'k;k=k & o.kZue~ ¼izR;;%&DRok] Y;i~½
                    ¼11½ ,dkn'k% ikB% o"kZ o"kZ gs o"kkZ es?k ! ¼yksV~ ydkj%½
fnlEcj              ¼12½ }kn'k% ikB% nhiksRlo% ¼fo'ks"k.kkfu½
                    ¼13½ =;ksn'k% ikB% lkekU;Kku&izfr;ksfxrkA
tuojh               ¼14½ prqnZ'k% ikB% lfUe=a iq.;su yHkrs ¼rqequ~ izR;;½
                    ¼15½ iapn'k% ikB% rsykuhjkeL; pkrq;Ze~
Qjojh               ¼16½ KkrO;e~ & lwDr;%
                    ¼17½ gkL;xksydkfu

              ifjf'k"Ve~ ¼vH;kl dk;Z ,oa nksgjku dk;Z½
              1½ O;kogkfjd& O;kdj.ke~
              2½ vifBr&vocks/kue~
              3½ jpukRed dk;Ze~

,l-,-&1 ¾ vizsy ls flrEcj rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
,l-,-&2 ¾ vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
                              fo"k; & laLd`re~
                    ikB~;Øe & 2010 & 11 (SUMMATIVE)

d{kk & 8
ikB~;iqLrde~ lqxe&laLd`re~ Hkkx & 3


vizsy & ebZ       oUnuk
                  ¼1½ izFke% ikB% ¾ ee fnup;kZ ¼?kfVdk Kkue~½
                  ¼2½ f}rh;% ikB% ¾ tkfufg fut ns'ke~ ¼yksV~ydkj%½
tqykbZ            ¼3½ r`rh;% ikB% ¾ Rofjrcqf)% okuj% ¼Le iz;ksx% fo'ks"k.kkfu p½
                  ¼4½ prqFkZ% ikB% ¾ bPNk'kfDr% cyh;lh ¼DRok Y;i~ izR;;k%½
                  ¼5½ iape% ikB% ¾ fo|ky;L; ØhMk fnol% ¼Hkor~ 'kCnL; iz;ksx%½
vxLr              ¼6½ "k"B% ikB% ¾ nqtZuk% ifjgrZO;k% ¼fp=&dFkk½
                  ¼7½ lIre% ikB% ¾ lqopukfu ¼miin foHkfDr%½
                  O;kdj.ke~
flrEcj            O;kogkfjd & O;kdj.ke~] vifBr & vocks/kue~]
                  jpukRed dk;Ze~] iz'u fuekZ.k] cgqoSdfYid &
                  iz'ukfu] lkekU; v'kq);%A

vDVwcj            v"Ve% ikB% ¾ iknik% fgrdkfj.k% ¼vkReusine~½
                  uoe% ikB% ¾ eSVªks;kue~ ¼Loj lfU/k½
uoEcj             n'ke% ikB% ¾ bZ euksjatue~ ¼rqequ~ izR;;%½
                  ,dkn'k% ikB% ¾ oapuk;k% Qye~ ¼fpr~&pu;ks% iz;ksx%½
fnlEcj            }kn'k% ikB% ¾ x.krU= fnol lekjksg% ¼lksilxZ/kkrq iz;ksx%½
                  =;ksn'k% ikB% ¾ vxzs pyr pyr js ckyk%A ¼mn~cks/kuxhre~½
tuojh             prqnZ'k% ikB% ¾ vH;klkr~ dkS'ky izkfIr% ¼fof/kfyax ydkj%½
                  iapn'k% ikB% ¾ vLekda izd`fr% ¼vko`fÙk ikB%½
Qjojh             KkrO;e~ ¾ lwDr;%] O;ogkj&okD;kfu] izgsfydk%]
                  gkL;xksydkfuA
                  O;kdj.ke~
                  O;kogkfjdO;kdj.ke~] vifBr vocks/kue~]
                  jpukRed&dk;Ze~] iz'ufuekZ.ke~] cgqoSdfYid&iz'ukfu]
                  lkekU; v'kq);%A


,l-,-&1 ¾ vizsy ls flrEcj rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
,l-,-&2 ¾ vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
                                fo"k; & laLd`re~

                     ikB~;Øe & 2010 & 11 (SUMMATIVE)

d{kk & 9

¼ikB~; & iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx&1½

vizsy&ebZ    izFke% ikB%    &   rr~ Roe~ vfl
             f}rh;% ikB%    &   vfoosd% ijekinka ine~
tqykbZ       r`rh;% ikB%    &   ikFks;e~
             prqFkZ% ikB%   &   LoLFko`Rre~
             iape% ikB%     &   Hkzkr`LusgLrq nqyZHk%
vxLr ,oa     "k"B% ikB%     &   fo|;k HkkfUr ln~xq.kk%
flrEcj       lIre% ikB%     &   rjos ueks·Lrq

¼laLd`r&vH;kl&iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx & 1½

vizsy        izFke% vH;kl % & ¼d½ laLd`r & o.kZekyk
                              ¼[k½ laLd`ro.kZekyk% mPpkj.kLFkkukfu
tqykbZ     f}rh;% vH;kl % & Loj & lfU/k%
           r`rh;% vH;kl % & O;atu & lfU/k%
           prqFkZ% vH;kl % & folxZ & laf/k%
           iape% vH;kl % & ¼d½ vtUr'kCnk%
                              ¼[k½ gyUr'kCnk%
                              ¼x½ loZuke'kCnk%
                              ¼?k½ la[;kokpd 'kCnk%
           "k"B% vH;kl % & orZekudky% ¼yV~ydkj%½
vxLr       lIre% vH;kl % & Hkwrdky % ¼y³~ydkj%½
,oa flrEcj v"Ve% vH;kl % & Hkfo";Rdky% ¼y`Vydkj%½
           uoe% vH;kl % & yksV~ydkj % ¼vkns'kkFksZ½
           n'ke% vH;kl % & fof/kfy³~ ydkj%
           & d{kk esa djok;k x;k leLr O;kdj.k lEcfU/kr dk;ZA
           ¼vifBrx|ka'k] i=ys[kue~] laoknys[kue~] dFkkys[kue~] fp=o.kZue~ vkfnA½




      ¼laLd`r & ikB~; & iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx & 1½
vDVwcj       v"Ve% ikB% &      deZ.kk ;kfr laflf)e~
             uoe% ikB% & fot;rke~ Lons'k%
uoEcj        n'ke% ikB% & dks·ga onrq lkEizre~\
             ,dkn'k% ikB% & u /keZo`)s"kq o;% leh{;rs
fnlEcj       }kn'k% ikB% & do;kfe o;kfe ;kfe
tuojh       =;ksn'k% ikB% & Hkkjrh;a foKkue~
            prqnZ'k% ikB% & HkkjrsukfLr es thoua thoue~

¼laLd`r vH;kl&iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx&1½
vDVwcj      ,dkn'k% vH;kl% & dkjd & iz;ksxk% ¼dÙkkZ&deZ&lEcks/kue~½
            }kn'k% vH;kl% & dj.k&dkjd iz;ksx%
            =;ksn'k% vH;kl% & lEiznku & dkjd iz;ksx%
uoEcj       prqnZ'k% vH;kl% & viknku & dkjd iz;ksx%
            iapn'k% vH;kl% & vf/kdj.kdkjd iz;ksx%
            lIrn'k% vH;kl % & ¼d½ ^rqequ~* izR;;L; iz;ksx%
                                 ¼[k½ ^DRok* izR;;L; iz;ksx%
                                 ¼x½ ^Y;i~* izR;;L; iz;ksx%
fnlEcj      v"Vkn'k% vH;kl % & Dr&Drorq&izR;;&iz;ksx%
            uon'k% vH;kl % & 'kr`&izR;;L; iz;ksx%
tuojh       foa'k% vH;kl% & i=ys[kue~
Qjojh       ,dfoa'k% vH;kl% & vuqPNsnys[kue~
            'kCn:ikf.k
            /kkrq:ikf.k
            &       d{kk esa djok;k x;k leLr O;kdj.k lEcfU/kr dk;ZA
            &       Qjojh ekg esa lEiw.kZ nksgjku dk;ZA


,l-,-&1 ¾ vizsy ls flrEcj rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
,l-,-&2 ¾ vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
                               fo"k; & laLd`re~

                    ikB~;Øe & 2010 & 11 (SUMMATIVE)

d{kk & 10

¼ikB~;&iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx & 2½

vizsy ,oa ebZ     izFke% ikB% & ok³~e;a ri%
                  f}rh;% ikB% & vkKk xq:.kka fg vfopkj.kh;k

tqykbZ            r`rh;% ikB% & fda fde~ mikns;e~
                  prqFkZ% ikB% & ukfLr R;kxlea lq[ke~

vxLr              iape% ikB% & vH;klo'kxa eu%

¼laLd`r & vH;kl & iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx & 2½

vizsy             izFke% vH;kl% & lfU/k%
                  Lojlaf/k &    d ¼1½ v;kfn
                                    ¼2½ iwwoZ:ie~
                                [k O;atulfU/k%
                                x folxZ lfU/k%

tqykbZ            f}rh;% vH;kl% & vO;;kfu
                  r`rh;% vH;kl% & leklk%
                               ¼d½ rRiq:"k%
                               ¼[k½ f}xq%
                               ¼x½ deZ/kkj;%
                               ¼?k½ }U}lekl%
                               ¼³~½ cgqozhfglekl%
                               ¼p½ vO;;hHkko% lekl%

vxLr ,oa          d{kk esa djok;k x;k leLr O;kdj.k lEcfU/kr dk;ZA
flrEcj            ¼vifBr x|ka'k] i= ys[kue~] laokn&ys[kue~] fp=&o.kZue~]
                   dFkkys[kue~ vkfn½




¼laLd`r & ikB~; & iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx & 2½
vDVwcj            "k"B% ikB% & lk/kqo`fÙka lekpjsr~
                  lIre% ikB% & je.kh;k fg l`f"V% ,"kk
uoEcj             v"Ve% ikB% & fr#Ddqjy~ & lwfDr& lkSjHke~
fnlEcj            uoe% ikB% & jk"Vªa laj{;eso fg
tuojh             n'ke% ikB% & lqLokxra Hkks ! v#.kkpys·fLeu~
Qjojh             ,dkn'k% ikB% & dkyks·ge~
                                 'kCnkuq'khyuh

¼laLd`r & vH;kl & iqLrde~ ¾ ef.kdk Hkkx & 2½

vDVwcj            prqFkZ% vH;kl% & izR;;k%
                  ¼d½ rO;r~ & vuh;j~
                  ¼[k½ 'kr`&'kkup~
                  ¼x½ erqi~
                  ¼?k½ bfu ¼bu~½
                  ¼³~½ Bd~ ¼bd½
                  ¼p½ ry~
                  ¼N½ Ro
                  ¼t½ Vki~
                  ¼>½ ³hi~
uoEcj             iape% vH;kl % & okP;e~
                  ¼d½ dr`Z & deZokP;e~
                  ¼[k½ HkkookP;e~
fnlEcj            "k"B% vH;kl% & d% le;% \
                  lIre% vH;kl% & l³~[;k
tuojh             v"Ve% vH;kl% & jpukReda ys[kue~
                  uoe% vH;kl% & vifBr& vocks/kue~
Qjojh             n'ke% vH;kl% & vuqPNsnys[kue~
                  & d{kk esa djok;k x;k leLr O;kdj.k lEcfU/kr dk;ZA


,l-,-&1 ¾ vizsy ls flrEcj rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
,l-,-&2 ¾ vDVwcj ls Qjojh rd i<+k;k x;k lEiw.kZ ikB~;ØeA
                          SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                               Class VI

                             Sub: Mathematics

Apr   1.    Knowing our numbers
      2     Whole numbers
May         Whole numbers continued
Jul   3     Playing with numbers
      4.    Fractions
Aug   5.    Decimals
      Basic Geometrical ideas
Sep         Revision
Oct   7     Integers
      8     Understanding Elementary Shapes
Nov   9     Practical Geometry
      2.    Data Handling
Dec   11.   Mensuration
      Algebra
Jan   13    Ratio and proportion
      Symmetry
Feb         Revision


SA-1 Course taught from Apr to Sep
SA-2 Course taught from Oct to Feb
                             SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                  Class VII

                               Sub: Mathematics


SA-1
Apr    Integers
May    Fraction & decimals
Jul    Data Handling and Lines and angles
Aug    Triangle and its properties and Comparing quantities
Sep    Revision

SA-2
Oct  Simple Equation
     Congruence of triangles
Nov Rational numbers
     Practical Geometry
Dec Perimeter and Area, Symmetry
Jan  Algebraic Expressions, Exponents and powers
Feb Visualising solid shapes and revision

SA-1- Course taught from Apr to Sep
SA-2- Course taught from Oct to Feb
                           SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                Class VIII

                              Sub: Mathematics


SA-1
Apr  Rational numbers
     Exponents and powers
     Squares and Square roots
May Squares and Square Roots contd
     Cubes and cube roots
Jul  Algebraic expressions and Identities
Aug Data Handling
     Understanding Quadrilateral
Sep Revision

SA-2
Oct  Factorization
Nov Practical Geometry
     Comparing Quantities
Dec Visualizing solid shapes, Introduction to graphs
Jan  Direct and Inverse variation
     Linear Equations in one variable
Feb Playing with numbers
     Revision

SA-1 Course taught from Apr to Sep
SA-2 Course taught from Oct and Feb
                          SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                               Class IX

                             Sub: Mathematics


SA-1       Real numbers
           Coordinate Geometry
May        Polynomials
Jul        Polynomials Continued
           Euclid‟s Geometry
           Hero‟s Formula
Aug        Lines and Angles
           Triangles
Sep        Revision

SA-2
Oct        Linear Equations in two variable, constructions
Nov        Surface areas and volumes
           Probability
Dec        Statistics
           Quadrilateral
Jan        Quadrilateral continued
           Areas of Triangles and parallelograms
Feb        Circles

           Revision

SA-1 Course taught from Apr to Sep
SA-2 Course taught from Oct to Feb
                      SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                            Class X

                         Sub: Mathematics


Apr    Linear Equations in two variables, Polynomials
May    Polynomials continued
Jul    Trigonometry, Number system
Aug    Triangles, Statistics
Sep    Revision

SA-2
Oct    Quadratic Equations
       Arithmetic Progressions
Nov    Arithmetic Progressions continued
       Circles
       Construction
Dec    Area of plane figures
       Surface area & Volumes
Jan    Surface area and volumes continued
       Heights and distances
Feb    Coordinate Geometry
       Probability

       Revision

SA-1   Course taught from Apr to Sep
SA-2   Course taught from Oct to Feb
                            SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                               MATHEMATICS
                                 Class XI

Jul                 Trigonometry
                    Complex number and Quadratic Equations Sets
Aug                 Relation and Function
                    Linear in Equalities
                    Sequence and Series
Sep                 Principle of Mathematical Induction
                    Straight Lines
Oct                 Conic Sections
                    Introduction to 3-D Geometry
Nov                 Permutation and Combination
                    Binomial Theorem
Dec                 Limits and Derivatives
Jan                 Probability
                    Statistics
Feb                 Mathematical Reasoning
                    Revision

Unit Test I : Trigonometry
Quarterly   : Syllabus covered till the end of Aug
Half Yearly : Topics covered till Oct
Annual Exam: Complete syllabus


                            SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                               MATHEMATICS
                                 Class XII

Apr                       Inverse Trigonometric Functions
                          Continuity and Differentiability
May                       Application of Derivatives
Jul                       Matrices and Determinants
                          Relations and functions
                          Indefinite Integrals
Aug                       Definite Integrals
                          Area under Curve
                          Differential Equations
Sep                       Probability
                          Linear Programming
Oct                       Vector Algebra
                          Three Dimensional Geometry
Nov                       Revision

Unit Test I   : Topic covered in the month of Apr
Quarterly     :     Topic covered till the month of Aug
Half yearly   :     Complete syllabus
Pre-Board     :     Complete syllabus
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                   SCIENCE
                                   Class VI


Apr    1.   Changes Around Us
       2.   Light
May    1.   Air Around Us
Jul    1.   All about plants
       2.   World Around us
       3.   What a lot of Waste ?
Aug    1.   Fibres, Fabric and Clothing
       2.   Food, A daily need
       3.   Water- Life giving liquid
Sep         Revision
Oct    1.   Separation of substances
       2.   Moving Around

Nov    1.   Sorting things out – Classification
Dec    1.   Animal bodies, how they work
       2.   Magnet Magic
Jan    1.   What is Food made up of ?
       2.   Discovering Electricity
Feb    1.   How animals and plants live?
       2.   Revision

SA-1
       1.   Changes around us
       2.   Light
       3.   Air Around us
       4.   All about plants
       5.   World around us
       6.   What A lot of waste?
       7.   Fibres, Fabric and clothing
       8.   Food, A daily need
       9.   Water – A life giving liquid

SA-2
       1.   Separation of substances
       2.   Moving around
       3.   Sorting things out – classification
       4.   Animal bodies, How they work
       5.   Magnet Magic
       6.   What is food made up of ?
       7.   Discovering electricity
       8.   How animals and plants live?
                       SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                            SCIENCE
                            Class VII


Apr      1.   Food for plants
May      1.   Heat
Jul      1.   Circulation and excretion in animals
         2.   Management of waste
         3.   Forest - A Natural Resource
Aug      1.   Building blocks of matter
         2.   Respiration
         3.   Light & Reflection
Sep      1.   About chemical changes
Oct      1.   Reproduction in plants
         2.   Weather, Climate and Storms
Nov           Food for Animals
Dec      1.   Using electricity
         2.   Fibre, Fabric and clothing
Jan      1.   Acid, Bases and Salts
         2.   Soil
Feb      1.   Time and speed
         2.   More about water
SA-1
         1.   Food for plants
         2.   Heat
         3.   Circulation and excretion in animals
         4.   Management of waste
         5.   Forest – A Natural Resource
         6.   Building block of matter
         7.   Respiration
         8.   Light and reflection
         9.   About chemical changes

  SA-2
         1.   Reproduction in plants
         2.   Weather, climate and storms
         3.   Food for animals
         4.   Using Electricity
         5.   Fibre, fabric and clothing
         6.   Acids, Bases and Salts
         7.   soil
         8.   Time and speed
         9.   More about water
                             SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                   SCIENCE
                                  Class VIII


Apr         Metals and Non-metals


April-May   Force & Pressure
Jul    1.   Microorganisms; Friends & Foes
       2.   Fuels and energy
       3.   Conservation
Aug 1.      Reproduction in animals
       2.   Effect of electricity in liquids
       3.   Night sky
Sep         Natural Resources
Oct    1.   Agriculture
       2.   Natural Disaster
Nov 1.      Man made materials
Dec 1.      Light
       2.   Mass, weight & density
Jan    1.   Cell the building block of life
       2.   Static electricity
       3.   Sound

Feb         Revision

SA-1 1.     Metals and Non metals
     3.     Force and pressure
     4.     Micro organisms; Friends and Foes
     5.     Fuels and energy
     6.     Conservation
     7.     Reproduction in animals
     8.     Effects of electricity in liquids
     9.     Night sky
     10.    Natural Resources

SA-2 1      Agriculture
     2      Natural Disaster
     3      Man made Materials
     4      Light
     5      Mass, weight and density
     6      Cell – The building block of life
     7      Static electricity
     8      Sound
                            SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 SCIENCE
                                 Class IX

Chemistry

Apr-May     Matter in our surroundings

Jul-Aug     Is matter around us pure ?
Sep         Revision
Oct-Nov     Atoms and Molecules
Dec-Jan     Structure of atom
Feb         Revision
SA-1 1.     Matter in our surroundings
      2     Is matter around us pure ?

SA-2 1.     Atoms and molecules
      2.    Structure of atom
Biology
Apr-May     Cell - The fundamental unit of life
Jul         Food
Aug         Tissues
Sep         Revision
Oct         Why do we fall ill ?
Nov-Dec     Diversity
Jan         Our Environment

SA-1 1.     Cell – The fundamental Unit of life
     2.     Food
     3.     Tissues

SA-2 1.     Why do we fall ill?
      2.    Diversity
      3.    Our Environment
Physics
Apr         Motion
May         Motion (Numericals)
Jul         Force & Newtons Laws
Aug         Numericals on force & Newtons Laws
Sep         Gravitation
Oct         Floatation
Nov         Work & Energy
Dec         Numericals on work & Energy
Jan         Sound
Feb         Revision

SA-1
Sep-Oct     1.    Motion
            2.    Force & Newtons Laws
            3.    Gravitation

SA-2
Mar         1.    Floatation
            2.    Work & Energy
            3.    Sound
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                   SCIENCE
                                    Class X

Biology
Apr-May       I - World of Living (Life Processes)
              Nutrition and respiration
Jul           Transportation in plants and animals
              Excretion
Aug           Control and co-ordination
Sep-Oct       II - Sources of energy
Nov           World of Living-Reproduction
Dec           Heredity and Evolution
Jan           Natural Resources
Feb           Management of natural resources, the regional environment, our
environment

Physics
Apr-May       Electricity
Jul           Magnetic effects of current
Aug           Numerical based on electricity and Magnetism
Sep           Revision
Oct           Light : Reflection
Nov           Numericals on reflection
Dec           Light: Refraction
Jan           Light: Human eye and the colourful world
Feb           Revision
Chemistry
Apr-May       Chemical reactions and Equations
Jul           Acid bases and salts
Aug           Metals and non-metals(Half)
Sep           Metals and non metals(Remaining Half)
Oct           Carbon and its compounds (Half)
Nov           Carbon and its compounds(Remaining)
Dec           Periodic classification of elements (Half)
Jan           Periodic classification of elements (Remaining)
Feb           Revision

SA-1
Physics       Electricity, Magnetic effects of current
Biology       Life processes
              Control and coordination
              Natural Resources-sources of energy(Half)
Chemistry     Chemical reactions and equations
              Acid, bases and salts
              Metals and Non metals

SA-2
Physics       Natural phenomenon : light
Biology       Reproduction
              Heredity and evolution
              Natural resources – sources of energy (Half)
              Management of Natural resources the regional environment, our
              environment
Chemistry     Carbon and its compounds
              Periodic classification of elements.
                                SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                     Class XI

PHYSICS

July          Unit-I :Physical World & Measurements
July          Unit-II Motion in 1-Dimension
                     Motion in 2 & 3 dimension              (Kinematics)
August        Unit III Laws of Motion
September     Unit IV Work, Power & Energy
October       Unit V Motion of system of particles & rigid body
November      Unit VI Gravitation
December      Unit-VII properties of Matter & Unit VIII Thermodynamics (Half)
January       Unit IX Behaviour of particles        Kinetic theory & VIII (Half)
              Thernidtbanucs
February      Unit X Oscillations & Waves

Unit
Test I :
Unit I        Physical World & Measurements

Quarterly     Unit I Physical world & Measurements
              Unit II Kinematics
              Unit III Laws of motion

Half yearly  Unit I Physical world and Measurements
             Unit II Kinematics
             Unit III Laws of Motion
             Unit IV Work, Power & Energy
             Unit V Motion of system of particles and rigid body
Unit Test II : Unit V Gravitation (full)

Annual :      Unit   VI Gravitation
              Unit   VII Properties of Matter
              Unit   VIII Thermodynamics
              Unit   IX Behaviour of particles & Kinetic theory
              Unit   X Oscillation and Waves
                          SYLLABUS (2009-10)
                               Class XI

Chemistry
Apr-May     General Introduction to the basic concepts of Chemistry
            Introduction of Periodic Table
            Electronic Configuration of elements and ions
            Rules for filling in of electrons in the elements
Jul         Structure of Atom
Aug         Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
            Chemical bonding and molecular structure
Sep         States of Matter
            Redox reactions
Oct         Thermodynamics
            Equilibrium
Nov         S-block elements
            Organic Chemistry – some basic principles and techniques
Dec         Some p-block elements
            Some basic principles of Chemistry
Jan         Hydrocarbons
Feb         Hydrogen
            Environmental Chemistry
Quarterly   Unit II,III,IV,VIII
Half Yearly UniyII,III,IV,VI,VI,VII
Annual Exam Unit,1,II,IV,V,VII,x,XI,XII,XIII,XIV
                              SYLLABUS (2009-10)
                                   Class XI

Biology
Apr-May        Unit I: Diversity in the living world
                      Animal Kingdom
Jul                   Biological Classification
                      The Living World
Aug            Unit-V Plant Kingdom
                      Human physiology
                      Digestion and Absorption

Sep                  Breathing and exchange of Gases
                     Body fluids and circulation
                     Excretory products and their elimination
                     Locomotion and movement
                     Neural control and coordination
                     Chemical coordination and integration
Oct   Unit-II        Structural Organisation in Plants and Animals
                     Morphology of Flowering Plants
                     Anatomy of Flowering Plants
                     Structural Organisation in Animals
Unit-III             Structure & functions
                     Cell - The unit of life
                     Biomolecules
                     Cell cycle and Cell division
Jan Unit-IV          Plant Physiology
                     Transport in Plants
                     Mineral nutrition
                     Photosynthesis in Higher Plants

Feb                  Respiration in Plants
                     Plant growth and Development

Unit Test 1          Diversity in the Living World
Quarterly            Unit I and V Diversity in the Living World,
                     Human Physiology
Half yearly          Unit I,III,V – Diversity in the Living World,
                     Structural Organisation in Plants and Animals
II Unit Test         Unit-IV Plant Physiology
Annual               Entire Course
                      SYLLABUS (2009-10)

                                Class XII
Physics
Apr           Electrostatics
May           Current electricity
Jul           Magnetism & Magnetic effects of current
Aug           Alternating current
              Electro Magnetic Waves
Sep           Optics
              Dual nature of Matter & Radiation
              Atoms & Nuclei
Oct           Semiconductors and Semiconductor Devices
              Principles of communication
Unit Test I   Electrostatics and Current Electricity
Quarterly     Electrostatics,Current Electricity, Magnetism &      Magnetic
              effects of current, A.C.
Half Yearly   Entire Syllabus
Pre-Board I   Entire Syllabus

Chemistry
Apr           Solutions
              Electrochemistry
              The Solid State
May           Chemical Kinetics
              Polymers
              Chemistry in Everyday life
Jul           The d and f block elements
              Coordination compounds
              Halo Alkenes and Haloarenes
Aug           Alcohols, Phenols and ethers
              Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Sep           Amines
              Biomolecules
              Surface Chemistry
Oct           Some p-block elements
              General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

Quarterly     The     Solid    State,Solutions,Electrochemistry, Chemical
              Kinetics, d&f elements, Coordination compounds, Haloalkenes
              and halorenes, Polymers.

Half Yearly   Entire Syllabus
Pre Board I   Entire Syllabus
                          SYLLABUS (2009-10)
                               SCIENCE
                               Class XII


Biology
Apr-May Unit: I    Sexual Reproduction
                   Reproduction in Organism
                   Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
                   Human Reproduction, Human Embryonic
                   Development
Jul                Reproductive Health
        Unit-II - Genetics and Evolution
                   Principles of Inheritance and Variation
                   Molecular basis of Inheritance
                   Evolution
Aug     Unit-III - Biotechnology
                   Biotechnology-Principles and process
                   Bio-Technology and its Applications
Sep     Unit IV - Biology in Human Welfare
                   Human Health and Disease
                   Strategies for Enhancement in food production
Oct     Unit-V - Microbes in Human Welfare
                   Ecology
                   Organisms and Population
                   Ecosystem
                   Bio-diversity and Conservation
                   Environmental Issues

Unit Test I       Unit I and Unit II (Chapter1-7)
Quarterly         Unit I,II and III (Chapter 1-10)
Half Yearly       Entire Syllabus
Pre-Board         Entire Syllabus
                            SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                              SOCIAL SCIENCE
                                 Class VI


History
Apr    Chapter      1.    What, Where How and When ?
       Chapter      2.    On the trail of the earliest people
Jul    Chapter      3.    From Gathering to Growing food
       Chapter      4.    What Books and Burials tell us
Aug Chapter         5.    In the Earliest Cities
Sept Chapter        6.    Kingdoms, kings and An Early Republic
Pol.Sci.
Apr    Chapter      1.    Understanding Diversity
Jul    Chapter      2.    Diversity and Discrimination
Aug Chapter         3.    What is Government?
Sep Chapter         4.    Key Elements of a Democratic Government

Geography
Apr  Chapter        1.    The Earth in the Solar System
Jul  Chapter        2.    Globe: Latitudes and Longitudes
Aug Chapter         3.    Motions of the Earth
Sep Chapter         4.    Maps

History
Oct    Chapter      7.    New Questions and Ideas
       Chapter      8.    Ashoka, The Emperor who gave up War
Nov Chapter         9.    Vital Villages, Thriving Towns
Dec Chapter         10.   Traders, Kings and Pilgrims
Jan    Chapter      11.   New Empires and kingdoms
Feb Chapter         12.   Buildings, Paintings and Books

Pol.Science
Oct    Chapter      5.    Panchayati Raj
Nov Chapter         6.    Rural Administration
Dec Chapter         7.    Urban Administration
Jan    Chapter      8.    Rural Livelihoods
Feb Chapter         9.    Urban Livelihoods

Geography
Oct  Chapter        5.    Major Domains of the Earth
Nov Chapter         6.    Major Landforms of the Earth
Dec Chapter         7.    Our Country : India
Jan  Chapter        8.    India; Climate, Vegetation and Wild life


September   SA-I    History Chap 1-6
                    Pol.Sc. Chap 1-4
                    Geog. Chap 1-4
March       SA-II   History Chap 7-12
                    Pol.Sc. Chap 5-9
                    Geog. Chap 5-8
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                SOCIAL SCIENCE
                                   Class VII


History
Apr    Chap   1.      Tracing changes through a Thousand Years
       Chap   2.      New Kings and Kingdoms
Jul    Chap   3.      The Delhi Sultans
       Chap   4       The Mughal Empire
Aug Chap      5       Rulers and Buildings

Pol.Sc.
Apr    Chap   1.      On Equality
Jul    Chap    2      Role of State Government in Health
Aug Chap       3      How the State Government Works
       Chap    4      Growing up as Boys and Girls
Sep Chap       5      Woman Change the World

Geography
Apr  Chap     1       Environment
Jul  Chap     2       Inside our Earth
Aug Chap      3       Our Changing Earth
Sep Chap      4       Air
     Chap     5       Water


History
Oct    Chap   6       Towns,Traders and Crafts persons
Nov Chap      7       Tribes, Nomads and settled communities
Dec Chap      8       Devotional paths to the Divine
Jan    Chap   9       The Making of Regional Cultures
Feb Chap      10      Eighteenth Century political formations

Pol.Sc.
Oct    Chap   6       Understanding Media
Nov Chap       7      Understanding advertising
Dec Chap       8      Markets around Us
Jan    Chap    9      A shirt in the market
Feb Chap       10     Struggles for Equality

Geography
Oct  Chap 6           Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Nov Chap 7            Human Environment - Settlement, Transport and
                      Communication
Dec     Chap 8        Human Environment Interactions
Jan     Chap 9        Life in the Temperate Grasslands
Feb     Chap 10       Life in the Deserts

September     SA-I    History Chap 1-5
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 1-5
                      Geog. Chap 1-5
March         SA-II   History Chap 6-10
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 6-10
                      Geog. Chap 6-10
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 SOCIAL SCIENCE
                                    Class VIII
                           History and Political Science

Apr     H-1   How, when and where
        P-1   The Indian Constitution
May     H-2   From Trade to territory
Jul     H-2   From Trade to territory
        P-2   Understanding Secularism
        H-3   Ruling the Countryside
Aug     H-4   Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of Golden Age
        P-3   Why do we need a Parliament ?
        H-5   When People Rebel
Sep     H-6   Colonialism and the City
        P-4   Understanding Laws
        P-5   Judiciary

Oct     H-7 Weavers, Iron smelters and factory owners
        H-8 Civilising the “Natives”, Educating the Nation
        P-6  Understanding our Criminal Justice System
Nov     H-9 Women, Caste and Reform
        P-7  Understanding Marginalisation
Dec     H-9 Women, Caste and Reform
        H-10 The changing World of Visual Arts
        P-8  Confronting Marginilisation
Jan     H-11 The making of „National Movement‟: (1870s-1947)
        P-9  Public Facilities
Feb     H-12 India after Independence
        H-10 Law and Social Justice
        Geography (Resource and Development)

Apr     G-1   Resources
May     G-2   Land,Soil, Water, Natural vegetation and Wild Life Resources
Jul     G-2   Land,Soil, Water, Natural vegetation and Wild Life Resources
Aug     G-3   Mineral and Power Resources

Oct     G-4   Agriculture
Nov     G-5   Industries
Dec     G-5   Industries
Jan     G-6   Human Resources
Feb     G-6   Human Resources

September     SA-I    History Chap 1-6
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 1-5
                      Geog. Chap 1-3
March         SA-II   History Chap 7-12
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 6-10
                      Geog. Chap 4-6
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 SOCIAL SCIENCE
                                     Class IX
                           History and Political Science


Apr     H-1   The French Revolution
May     P-1   Democracy in Contemporary World
Jul     H-3   Nazism and the Rise of Hitler
Aug     P-2   What is Democracy? Why Democracy?
Sept    P-3   Constitutional Design

Oct     H-4   Forest, Society and Colonialism
        P-4   Electoral Politics
Nov     H-6   Peasant and Farmers
Dec     P-5   Working of Institutions
Jan     P-6   Democratic Rights
Feb     H-7   History and sport: The story of Cricket

(Geography and Disaster Management)

Apr     G-1 Size and Location
May     G-2 Physical Features of India
Jul     G-2 Physical Features of India
        D/M-1 Introduction to Disaster Management
Aug     G-3 Drainage
Sep     D/M-2 Common Hazards

Oct  G-4 Climate
Nov  G-5 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Dec  G-5 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
     D/M-3 Man made Disasters
Jan  G-6 Population
Feb D/M-4 Community based Disaster Management
Economics
Apr  E-1   The story or Palampur
Jul  E-2   People as Resources
Aug E-2    People as Resources
Sep SA-I Chapter 1and 2
Oct  E-3   Poverty as a challenge
Nov E-3    Poverty as a challenge
Dec E-4    Food Security in India
Jan  E-4   Food Security in India
Feb Revision for SA-II

September     SA-I    History Chap 1& 3
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 1-3
                      Geog. Chap 1-3
                      Dis.Mgt Chap 1&2
                      Eco Chap 1 &2
March         SA-II   History Chap 4,6&7
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 4-6
                      Geog. Chap 4-6
                      Dis.Mgt Chap 3&4
                      Eco      Chap 3&4
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 SOCIAL SCIENCE
                                     Class X
                           History and Political Science

Apr     H-6   Work, Life and Leisure
May     P-1   Power Sharing
Jul     P-2   Federalism
Aug     P-3   Democracy and Diversity
        H-7   Print Culture and the Modern World
Sep     P-4   Gender, Caste and Religion

Oct     H-1   The Rise of Nationalism in Europe
Nov     P-5   Popular struggles and movements
        P-6   Political Parties
Dec     H-3   Nationalism in India
Jan     P-7   Outcomes of Democracy
Feb     P-8   Challenges to Democracy

Geography

Apr   G-1     Resources and Development
May G-2       Forest and Wild Life Resources
Jul   G-3     Water Resources
Aug G-4       Agriculture
Oct   G-5     Mineral and Energy Resources
Nov G-6       Manufacturing Industries
Dec G-6       Manufacturing Industries
Jan-Feb       G-7    Lifelines of National Economy.

Economics
Apr-May       E-1     Development
Jul-Aug       E-2     Sectors of the Indian Economy
Oct           E-3     Money and Credit
Nov-Dec       E-4     Globalisation and the Indian Economy
Jan-Feb       E-5     Consumer Rights

September     SA-I    History Chap 6& 7
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 1-4
                      Geog. Chap 1-4
                      Eco Chap 1&2
March         SA-II   History Chap 1&3
                      Pol.Sc. Chap 5-8
                      Geog. Chap 5-7
                      Eco      Chap 3-5
                                Syllabus 2010-11
                              Computer Awareness
                                    Class VI
Months                                      Chapter

April – May                          Computer Story
                                     Computer Fundamentals

July – Aug                           Windows
                                     Windows Explorer

Sept – Oct                           Recall MS-Word
                                     Advanced MS-Word

Nov – Dec                            MS PowerPoint
                                     QBASIC

January                              Internet


Summative I Course:                  Computer Story

                                     Computer Fundamentals

                                     Windows

                                     Windows Explorer

       Summative II Course:                 Recall MS- Word
                                            Advanced MS-Word
                                            MS-PowerPoint
                                            QBASIC
                                            Internet
                         Syllabus 2010-11
                       Computer Awareness
                             Class VII
Months                              Chapter

April – May                   Computer Story
                              Computer Fundamentals
                              Windows Software

July – Aug                    Programs in Windows
                              Recall MS – PowerPoint
                              Advanced MS – PowerPoint

Sept – Oct                    MS – Excel
                              Working in MS - Excel

Nov – Dec                     MS – Front Page
                              Problem Solving

Jan – Feb                     QBASIC
                              Networking & Internet




Summative I Course:           Recall MS – PowerPoint
                              Advanced MS – PowerPoint
                              MS – Excel
                              Working in MS – Excel

Summative II Course:          MS – Front Page
                              Problem Solving
                              QBASIC
                              Networking & Internet
                         Syllabus 2010-11
                       Computer Awareness
                            Class VIII
Months                               Chapter

April – May                   Computer Fundamentals
                              Computer Software
                              Advanced Windows

July – Aug                    Advanced MS - Excel
                              MS – Access
                              Working in MS - Access

Sept – Oct                    More on QBASIC
                              Advanced QBASIC

Nov – Dec                     Networking
                              Internet Working

January                       HTML




Summative I Course:           Advanced Windows
                              Advanced MS - Excel
                              MS – Access
                              Working in MS - Access

Summative II Course:          More on QBASIC
                              Advanced QBASIC
                              Networking
                              Internet Working
                              HTML
                   Syllabus 2010-11
                 Computer Awareness
                        Class IX

Apr       Basics of Information Technology
          Convergence and Computing
          Communication Technology

          Information Processing Tools
Jul       Operating system
Aug       Word Processing tools

SA-2
Sep-Oct   Presentation Tools
Nov-Dec   Spread sheet Tools
Jan       Review of course

SA-1      Operating system, Word Processing Tools
SA-2      Presentation Tools, Spread Sheet Tools




                   Syllabus 2010-11
                 Computer Awareness
                        Class X


Apr       Basic of Information Technology
          Introduction to Internet
Jul       Information Processing Tools
          Understanding HTML
          Working with Tags
Aug       Using list and Images

Sep       Working with anchors & links
          Creating tables
Oct       Introduction to MS-Access
Nov       Working with tables
Dec       Introduction to XML
SA-1      Introduction to Internet
          HTML
SA-2      MS-Access
                            Syllabus 2010-11
                          Computer Awareness
                                 Class XI

            Half Yearly
Jul         Review of HTML (covered in X)
Aug-Sep     1. Introduction to DHTML
            2. Use of Style & Style Sheet

Oct         1. Tables, Forms and Frames in HTML
            2. CSS Terminology, Making of Style sheet (Advantages and
                  Limitations).
Annual

Nov-Dec     Introduction to Java Script – Variables, operators, Types of
            Statements

Jan-Feb     Functions, Event Handling and Java Script objects



                            Syllabus 2010-11
                          Computer Awareness
                                 Class XII

Half Yearly
Internet and Web related Terminology

Introduction to Internet & www, website, Web page, Home Page, HTML, HTTP,
URL. Protocol address, Web Hosting, Downloading and Uploading files.

Front Page
Introduction to FrontPage
Overview of the FrontPage environment, Creating a Web Page, Linking Web
Page, Creating Internal Links, Creating External Links Enhancing Web pages,
formatting Text on a Web page, applying Themes, Adding Pictures, Using
Pictures as Hyperlinks, Working with Tables, Creating and modifying a Table,
Enhancing a Table, Designing and building a Web Site, Web Page Design
considerations, Creating a Web Site by Using       Wizard, Web Location and
structure options Page Design and working with Frames, Creating and Modifying
framed pages, Creating forms and collecting the Data Creating a From, inserting
form fields and setting options, testing Your form and connecting it to a
Database.
                       Syllabus 2010-11
                           Art & Craft
                            Class VI

Apr    Introduction of Primary Colours, Secondary Colours & Neutral
       Colours
May    How to use water colours
Jul    Paper Floding (Origami), Fish,Cap,Parrot
Aug    Veg Block, Bud Painting
Sep    Greeting Card Making
Oct    Half Yearly Exam, Sketching in Pencil
Nov    Paper Bag Making & Decorating
Dec    Cartoon Making
Jan    Land Scape in Water colours
Feb    Sketching in Pencil, Animal, Birds, still Life
Mar    Annual Exam
SA-1   Work done in May,Jun,Jul,Aug
SA-2   Work done in Sep,Oct,Nov,Dec,Jan,Feb




                       Syllabus 2010-11
                           Art & Craft
                            Class VII

Apr    Draw & Paint colour wheel, cool & warm colours, opposite colours
May    Glass Painting Demonstration
Jul    Glass Painting, Free hand Design in colours
Aug    Mehandi Design, Photo Frame
Sep    Frame Decoration, Candel Making
Oct    Half yearly Exam, Veg. Block Printing
Nov    Sketching Pencil (10 sketches)
Dec    Candel Making
Jan    Tie and Dye
Feb    Sketching in Pencil (10 Sketches)
Mar    Annual Exam
SA-1   Work done in May,Jun,Jul,Aug
SA-2   Work done in Sep,Oct,Nov,Dec,Jan,Feb
                         Syllabus 2010-11
                             Art & Craft
                              Class VIII

Apr    Still life in pencil, how to use poster colours
May    Fabric Painting
Jul    Gel candle making, sketching in pencil
Aug    Free hand design in colours
Sep    Collage making, sketching in pencil
Oct    Half yearly Exam
Nov    Calligraphy in inks
Dec    Mask Making
Jan    Sketching in Pencil
Feb    Sketching in Pencil (10 Sketches)
Mar    Annual Exam

SA-1   Work done in May,Jun,Jul,Aug
SA-2   Work done in Sep,Oct,Nov,Dec,Jan,Feb




                         Syllabus 2010-11
                             Art & Craft
                              Class IX

Apr    Still life in pencil
May    Still life in Pen and ink
Jul    Glass etching
Aug    File folder making with hand made sheet
Sep    Sketching in pencil
Oct    Half yearly Exam, Sketching in pencil
Nov    Collage making
Dec    Collage Making
Jan    Sketching in Pencil
Feb    How to enlarge painting
Mar    Annual Exam

SA-1   Work done in May,Jun,Jul,Aug
SA-2   Work done in Sep,Oct,Nov,Dec,Jan,Feb




                           Syllabus 2010-11
                                 Music
                            Class VI


April and may                          Vocal : Prayer song and shloka

July                          Vocal : Prayer song and shloka

August and September          Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium
                              Vocal : Alankar and Bhajan
October                       Half yearly exam

November and December                  Instrumentals Tabla and
Harmonium
                              Dance : Kathak
Jan and feb                   Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium
                              Dance : Kathak
March                               Annual Exam




                        Syllabus 2010-11
                               Music
                             Class VII

April and may                 Vocal : Prayer song and shloka
                        Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo


July                    Vocal : Alankar and Patriotic song
                        Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo

August and September    Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo
                        Vocal : Classic Song
October                 Half yearly exam

November and December         Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and
kongo
                        Dance : Kathak
Jan and feb             Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo
                        Dance : Kathak
March                         Annual Exam




                        Syllabus 2010-11
                              Music
                                 Class VIII

April and may                 Vocal : Prayer song and shloka
                        Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
sitar

July                    Vocal : Classic Song
                        Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
sitar

August and September    Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
sitar
                        Vocal : Classic Song and bhajan

October                 Half yearly exam

November and December          Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo
                        and sitar,Gitar
                        Vocal : Classic Song and bhajan
Jan and feb             Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
                        sitar,Gitar
                        Vocal : Classic Song and bhajan
                        Dance : Kathak

March                         Annual Exam


                               Syllabus 2010-11
                                     Music
                                    Class IX
April and may           Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
                        sitar,gitar

July                    Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
                        sitar , Gitar

August and September    Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
                        sitar , gitar
                        Vocal : Classic Song

October                 Half yearly exam

November and December          Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo
                        and sitar , gitar
                        Vocal : Classic Song and bhajan
Jan and feb             Instrumentals Tabla and Harmonium and kongo and
                        sitar,Gitar
                        Vocal : Classic Song and bhajan
March                          Annual Exam




                          SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                               Class VI
                                Sports & Games

Apr   T.T.- Introduction, Rules, Skill Practice
May Carrom
Jul   Chess : General Rules and regulation
Aug March Past & PT drills
Sep Athletics – throwing activities
Oct   Basket Ball – Skill Practice and rules
Nov Badminton Introduction, Rules, Skill Practice
Dec Kho-kho Introduction, Rules, Skill Practice
Jan   Drills
Feb Yoga
SA-1
Apr-Sep      : Sa-2 Oct-Feb


                             SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                  Class VII
                               Sports & Games

Apr  T.T.- Introduction, Rules, skill practice
May Chess : Introduction, Rules, skill practice
Jul  Carrom
Aug March Past & PT drills
Sep Athletics – Running activities
Oct  Foot Ball – skill and rules practical
Nov Cricket – skill and rules practical
Dec Kho-kho – skill and rules practical
Jan  Drill
Feb Yoga
SA1 Apr-Sep : SA-2 Oct-Feb


                             SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                  Class VIII
                               Sports & Games

Apr   T.T.- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
May   Chess.- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Jul   Volley Ball .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Aug   March Past & PT drills
Sep   Cricket .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Oct   Badminton .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Nov   Carrom
Dec   Basket Ball .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Jan   Kho-kho .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Feb   Yoga

SA-1 Apr-Sept
SA-II Oct-Nov
                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                   Class IX
                                Sports & Games

Apr    Badminton - Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
May    Carrom.- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Jul    Basket Ball .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Aug    March Past & PT drills
Sep    Cricket – Skill Practice
Oct    Table Tennis .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Nov    Chess .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Dec    Kho-kho .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Jan    Foot Ball .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Feb    Yoga
SA-1   Apr-Sep                    SA-2 Oct-Feb



                              SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                    Class X
                                Sports & Games

Apr    Badminton - Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
May    Carrom
Jul    Basket Ball – Skill Practice and rules
Aug    March Past & PT drills
Sep    Cricket – Skill practical
Oct    Volley Ball – Skill Practice and Rules
Nov    Table Tennis- Introduction, Rules, Skill Practice
Dec    Chess.- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Jan    Cricket .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice
Feb    Foot Ball .- Introduction, Rules, skill Practice


SA-1 Apr-Sep                      SA-2 Oct to Feb
                                   SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                        Class XI

                                Sub: Physical Education Theory
April
           Unit-1Physical Fitness & cleanliness
(a)        Meaning and definition
(b)        Need and importance, aim and objectives
(c)        Miscanception about physical education
(d)        Fundamental concepts of Biomechnaics
           Unit-2 Career aspects in physical education
a)         Physical education as a profession
b)         Professional ethics
c)         Career option
d)         Self assessment for career choices
May        Unit-3
           Health concepts of Physical education
b)         Role of physical education programme
c)         Community health Programme
d)         Effects of Alcohol, Tobacco and drugs
e)         Life style management and sports

Jul        Unit-4 Olympic Movement

   a)      Ancient Olympic (Before 1896)
   b)      Modern Olympic (After 1896)
   c)      Olympic Ideals and objectives
   d)      Values through Olympic Movement
   e)      Olympic symbols
Aug        Unit-5 Sociological aspects pf physical education
   a)         Meaning of sociology
   b)         Concept of sports Sociology and its importance
   c)         Games and sports as man‟s cultural Heritage
   d)         Leadership trough physical education programmes

Sep        Unit-6 Measurements in Sports

      a)      Meaning and its importance
      b)      Cross Weber Test (contents & administration)
      c)      Calculation of BMI and Waist Hip Ration
      d)      Rock fort one mile test
      e)      Aapher physical fitness test

Oct        Unit-7 Physiological Aspects of Physical Education

      a)      Warming up (general & specific)
      b)      Functions and effects of exercise on (i)Muscular systems (2)Skeletal system
              (3) Respiratory systems (4) Circulatory systems
      c)      Factors affecting the physical fitness components

Nov   Unit-8 Changing Trends in Physical Education and Sports
   a)    Concept and principles of Integrated physical education.
   b)    Concept and principles of adapted physical education
   c)    Concept and components of occupational health hazards
   d)    Concept and components of health related fitness
   e)    Sports for all
Dec   Part B Unit-1
(1) History of the Game/Sport (2) Latest general rules of the Game/Sport (3)
Specifications of play fields and related sports equipments (4) Important Tournaments
and venues.

Jan    Part-B Unit-1 Continue
Unit-2
1.5     Sports personalities
1.6    Proper sports gear and its importance

Unit-2
    Fundamental skills of the Game/Sports
    Specific exercises of warm up and conditioning
    Related Sports Terminologies
Feb    Unit-2 (Continue)
    Sports Awards
    Common sports injuries and its prevention
    CBSE sports and its organisational set up

Unit Test :
        Unit -1 Concepts of physical education‟
        Unit -2 Career Aspects in Physical education
In Quarterly exam
        Unit-1 Concept of physical education‟
        Unit-2 Career aspects in physical education
        Unit-3 Health concepts of physical education
        Unit-4 Olympic movement
        Unit-5 Sociological aspects of physical education
        Unit-6 Measurements in sports
In Half yearly exam
        Unit 1 to 8 Full course and skills of games and sports
                                SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                       Class XII
                                 Physical Education
April: Unit-1 : Physical fitness & wellness
       a)     Meaning and importance
       b)     Fitness & wellness
       c)     Factors affecting physical fitness & wellness
       d)     Principles of physical fitness development
May Unit-2 Planning in Sports
       a)     Fixtures : Knock out, league, seeding and Bye
       b)     Intramurals and extramurals
       c)     Formation of committees for organsing sports events.
       d)     Run for specific causes
Jul    1 Unit-3 Sports Environment
       a)     Essential and need for sports environment
       b)     Essential elements of positive sports environment
       c)     Role of individual improvement of sports environments
       d)     Role of spectators and media for creating positive sports
              environment
Aug Unit-4 Postures
       a)     Meaning and concept of correct postures
       b)     Advantages of correct posture
       c)     Common postural deformities Knock,Knee, flat foot:round
       d)     Physical activities as corrective measures
Sep Unit-5 Yoga
       (a)    Meaning and importance of yoga
       (b)    Yoga as an Indian Heritage
       (c)    Elements of Yoga
       (d)    Role of Yoga in sports(Asans, Pranayam and meditation)

Oct Unit-6 Sports and Nutrition
       a)      Balanced Diet
       b)      Elements of diet
       c)      Components of diet
       d)      Role of diet on performance
Nov Unit-7 Training methods
       a)      Meaning concept and principle of training
     (b)       Methods of flexibility, strength, endurance and speed development.
     (c)       Circuit training
Dec Unit-8 Psychological aspects of physical education
          a)      Definition & importance of sports psychology
          b)      Types and techniques of motivation
          c)      Developmental characteristics at different stages of growth
In First Unit test
       Unit-1 Physical fitness & Wellness
       Unit-2 planning in sports
In quarterly Unit-1,Physical fitness & wellness
Unit-2 Planning in sports
Unit-3 Sports environment
Unit-4 Postures
Unit-5 Yoga
Unit-6 Sports and nutrition

In Half yearly
(Unit 1 to 8) full course and skills of games and sports
                           Syllabus 2010-11
                          General Knowledge
                                Class VI


Month     Topic
Apr   Ch1 Story of Tricolour
Ch2       Land and the people
Ch3       From Zero to Parachutes
Ch4       Interesting India
Ch5       The Constitution
Jul Ch6   States and their Reorganisation
Ch7       Lure of Jungle Parks and Sanctuaries
Ch8       Personalities who are ever cherished
Ch9 Sur aur taal
Aug Ch10  Industry
Ch11      Defence
Ch12      Entertainment and tragic events
Ch13      Epics
Ch14      Monumental Heritage
Sep Ch15  Constellation Find
Ch16      Exploring the Universe
Ch17      The Desert
Ch18      Tribes
Ch19      Captivating Personalities
Oct
Ch20      Known and unknown facts
Ch 21     Watch Out
Ch22      Our Body
Ch23      Drugs and diseases
Ch24      Is there a doctor in the House?
Nov Ch25  Yoga
Ch26      Elementary fun
Ch27      General Perception
Ch28      Animal and Birds
Ch29      Speet specialists
Dec Ch30  Games and sports
Ch31      The Individuals
Ch32      Buildings
Ch33      Children Books
Ch34      Transportation
Ch35      Delicacies
Ch36      Alphabet Quiz
Jan-Feb
Ch 37     Pollution
Ch38      Pucking up pace
Ch39      Opposite Distraction
Ch40      Brain Teasers
Ch41      News Letter

           SA-I Chapter 1 to 19
           SA-II Chapter 20 to 41
                           Syllabus 2010-11
                          General Knowledge
                                Class VII



Month      Topic
Apr-May Ch1India‟s achievements
Ch2        When occurred what?
Ch3        First occurrence
Ch4        The Diversity of languages
Ch5        The cultural mix of paintings
Ch6        HI-TA-LO-BI-LA
Ch7        Wonders of India
Ch8        Self ability
Ch9        The revolutionary legends
Jul Ch10   The Pioneers of free India
Ch11       The Scientists
Ch12       The unforgettables
Ch13       The Educationalists
Ch14       Our defenders
Ch15       Children who made it Big
Ch16       Self ability
Ch17       Makers and shapers
Aug Ch18   The Industrial Empire
Ch19       Institutes of Excellence
Ch20       Out standing Awards
Ch 21      Scholar Test-1
Ch22       The Erst while Nations
Ch23       Sobriquets
Ch24       The World Wars
Ch25       Who did it?
Sep Ch26   Whose Quotes are these?
Ch27       The Amazing skills
Ch28       The Brilliance of leaders and Rulers
Ch29       Those who excelled as Social Reformers
Ch30       Law and behold
Oct Ch31   On threshold of new world
Ch32       Exploring New Horizons
Ch33       Scholar Test II
Ch34       Scientific Queries
Ch35       Future vision
Ch36       Body Specific
Ch 37      Bad for you
Ch38       Human concerns
Ch39       Super Specialists
Nov Ch40   Nutrition and Diet
Ch41       Bizarre People
Ch42       Self Ability
Ch43       Life Beyond Humans
Ch44       Dedicated Dads
Dec Ch45   The Green World
Ch46       Pollution and Health
Ch47       Know your environment
Ch48       Self ability
Ch49       Sports and Sports personalities
Jan Ch50   Mission Impossible
Ch51       Self ability
Ch52       Companies with their names
Ch53       Professions and Occupations
Ch54       Books
Ch55       Roaring wheels
Ch56       Abbreviations
           Food and Drink
Feb Ch57   The Computer Age
Ch58       Alpha Quiz
Ch59       Scholar Test-III
Ch60       Brain Teasers

SA-I Ch.1 to Ch-30
SA-II Ch.31 to Ch.60
                           Syllabus 2010-11
                          General Knowledge
                                Class VIII


Month      Topic
Apr-May Ch1India:Incredible
Ch2        India in Diversity
Ch3        Makers and shapers
Ch4        Money and Banking
Ch5        The exchanted circuits
Ch6        Indian Mathematicians
Ch7        Literature
Jul Ch8    Festivals
Ch9        River Valley Projects
Ch10       Principal Indian Ports
Ch11       Our Neighbours
Ch12       India into Space Club
Ch13       Industry
Ch14       From Maruti-800 to Sypocam Journalism
Aug Ch15   Scholar Test-I
Ch16       Defying the odds
Ch17       World Personalities
Ch18       College Dropouts yet Billionaires
Ch19       Mind‟s Lab
Ch20       Scientists known for their discoveries
Ch 21      News Papers
Sep Ch22   Mission Udaan
Ch23       Ballistic Missiles
Ch24       Biological Weapons (BW)
Ch25       Disastrous Events That Made History
Ch26       Exploring the Unfathomable Sky and Beyond
Ch27       Explorations and Discoveries
Ch28       Geographical Terms
Ch29       Plastic Money
Ch30       The Unique Ones


Oct Ch31   Da Vincis Top 10 Ideas
Ch32       Scholar Test-II
Ch33       Our Body Machine
Ch34       Common Diseases but Uncommon comprehension
Ch35       Working Miracles
Nov Ch36   Disease Symptoms
Ch 37      The Diagnostics
Ch38       Human body and starving limits
Ch39       Science of Chemistry
Ch40       Science and Technology
Ch41       Self Ability
Dec Ch42   Facts and Fantasies
Ch43       Nature Watch
Ch44       Pollution and Life
Ch45       Blazing New Tracks
Ch46       Past times
Ch47       New Playing Field
Ch48       Bizarre Games People Play
Jan Ch49   The Olympic
Ch50       Self ability
Ch51       Food
Ch52       Soda Guilty as charged
Ch53       The Apparels
Feb Ch54   Zoom in on Computers
Ch55       Computing world
Ch56       Legal Words
Ch57       Scholar Test III
Ch58       Occurrence
Ch59       Brain Teasers

SA-I Ch.1 to Ch-30
SA-II Ch.31 to Ch.59
                             SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                  Class XI

                                Sub: Accountancy

Jul   Introduction to Accounting
      Theory base of Accounting
      Preparation of Accounting Equation
      Preparation of Journal

Aug   Preparation of Journal, Ledger and Trial Balance
      Special purpose books
      Cash Book, Purchase Book, Sales Book, Petty Cash Book, Purchase Return
      Book, Sales Return Book, Bill Receivable and Bills Payable Book

Sep   Bank Reconciliation statement

Oct   Trial Balance & Rectification of errors

Nov   Depreciation, Provisions and Reserves
Dec   Bills of Exchange
Jan   Financial Statement
Feb   Accounts from incomplete records

      Unit Test
      Introduction to Accounting
      Theory base of Accounting
      Accounting equation

      Quarterly
      Journal, Ledger and Trial Balance, Special purpose books
      (Integrated course of Unit Test)

      Half Yearly
      Bank Reconciliation statement
      Trial Balance errors & rectification
      Depreciation, Reserves and provisions, Bills of Exchange
      (+ integrated course of Unit test and quarterly)

      Annual Examination
      Full Course
                             SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                  Class XI

                              Sub: Business Studies


July        (i)     Nature and purpose of Business
            (ii)    Forms of Business Services

August      (iii)   Public, private and global enterprises
            (ii)    Business Services

September   (v)     Emerging modes of Business
            (vi)    Social responsibility of Business ethics

October     (vii)   Formation of company

November    (viii) Sources of business finance
December    (ix)   Small Business
January     (x)    Internal Trade

February    (xi)    International Business

Unit Test   (i)     Nature & purpose of Business
            (ii)    Forms of Business organization

Quarterly    Public, Private & Global enterprise, Business Services (integrated
course of unit test)

Half yearly :
       Emerging modes of Business , Social Responsibility of Business Ethics,
       Formation of company (Integrated course of unit test and quarterly)

Annual : Full Course
                                  SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                       Class XII

                                     Sub: Accountancy


April-May      Accounting for partnership
               (ii)  Partnership fundamentals
               (iii) Reconstitution of partnership firm
               (a)   Admission of a partner
July           (b)   Retirement of a partner
               (c ) Death of a partner
               (d)   Change in profit sharing ratio of existing partners
               (d)   Dissolution of a partnership firm

August         Accounting   for   not for profit organization and company accounts
               Accounting   for   share capital
September      Accounting   for   share capital
               Accounting   for   debentures

October        Analysis   of financial statement
               (i)         Tools for financial statement analysis
               (ii)        Accounting ratios
November       (i)         Cash flow statement
               (ii)        Project work

Unit Test :     (i)    Partnership fundamentals
                (ii)   Admission of a partner

Quarterly :    Accounting for partnership (full)
               Dissolution of a partnership firm
               Accounting for not for profit organization

Half yearly            Full course
Pre-Board I            Full course
Pre-Board II           Full course
                               SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                    Class XII

                                Sub: Business Studies


April-May      Business finance and Marketing
               (iii) Financial Management
               (iv)  Financial markets
               (v)   Marketing Managements

July           Marketing Management
               Consumer Protection

August         Principles and functions of Management
               (i)       Nature and functions of Management
               (ii)      Principles of Management

September      Business Environment
               Planning

October        Organising
               Staffing
               Directing

November       Controlling

Unit Test
      (i)         Financial Management
      (ii)        Financial Market

Quarterly
      Marketing Management, Consumer protection, Nature & functions of
      Management (Integrated course of Unit Test)

Half yearly                  Full course
Pre-Board I                  Full course
Pre-Board II                 Full course
                                  SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                       Class XI

                                      Sub: Economics

Part-A Statistics for Economics

April Unit-I             Introduction
May Unit-II              Collection of Data
                         Organisation of Data
June Unit II             Tabulation
                         Diagrammatic presentation
July Unit II             Graphic presentation
     Unit III            Measures of central technology
August Unit-III          Partition Values
                         Measures of Dispersion
                         Correlation
Sept Unit-III            Correlation
                         Index numbers
October Unit-IV          Project work

Part B            Indian Economic Development

October           Unit V - State of Indian Economy on the Eve of independence
                         Economic planning

Nov               Unit V-Growth and development of Agriculture, Industry and foreign
                          Trade
Dec.              Unit VI       Economic reforms since 1991
                  Unit VII -    Poverty in India
                                Rural Development
Jan               Unit-VII      Human Capital formation in India
                                Employment growth, informalisation and other issues:
                                problems and policies
                                Infrastructure energy and health
Feb               Unit VII      Economic development and sustainable economic
                                development
Unit-VIII         Development Experience of India A comparison with Neighbours

Syllabus    for   Unit Test - Unit I and Unit II
Syllabus    for   Quarterly Exam - Unit I, II, III
Syllabus    for   Half yearly Exam : Unit I-III and Unit V
Syllabus    for   Annual Exam : Unit 1 to III , Unit V to VIII
                            SYLLABUS (2010-11)
                                 Class XII

                                Sub: Economics


Month       Unit Part-A Introductory Micro Economics

Apr        1     Introduction
   Consumer‟s Behaviour

May         2.2    Demand
Jul         3      Producer‟s Behaviour
Aug         4      Forms of Markets and Price Determination
            5.     Simply application of tools demand and supply curves

Part :B     Introductory Macro Economics

Sep         6      National Income and related aggregates
            7      Money and Banking
Oct         8      Determination of Income and Employment
            9      Government Budget and the Economy

Nov         10     Balance of Payment
                   Revision of Half Yearly Course from Unit 1 to 10

Quarterly Exam Course

Part :A     Introductory Micro Economics
            Unit 1-Introduction
            Unit-2 Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
            Unit-3 Producer Behaviour and supply

Half Yearly Exam course

From Unit 1 to Unit 10
                    Exam wise Syllabus for 2010-11
                                Class XI
                     Subject: Informatics Practices
July
   Hardware concept
   Software concept
August
   Getting started with IDE
   Programming Fundamental
September
   Flow of Control
   GUI programming using Swing Control I
   GUI programming using Swing Control II
October
   GUI programming using Swing Control III
   Method in Java
   Class in Java
   Programming guidelines
November
   DBMS concept
   Introduction to MySql
December
   Simple quires in MySql
   MySql Function
   Table creation, Data manipulation concept
January
   IT application
February
       Revision
First unit test
   1. Hardware concept
   2. Software concept
Second unit test
   3. Getting started with IDE
   4. Programming Fundamental
Quarterly examination
   Getting started with IDE (Repeat)
   Programming Fundamental (Repeat)
   5. Flow of Control
   6. GUI programming using Swing Control I
Half Yearly Examination
   Chapter 6 and 7
   7. GUI programming using Swing Control II
   8. GUI programming using Swing Control III
   9. Method in Java
   10.Class in Java
   11.Programming guidelines
Annual examination
   12.DBMS concept
   13.Introduction to MySql
   14.Simple quires in MySql
   15.MySql Function
   16.Table creation, Data manipulation concept
   17.IT application
(Include chapter 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11)
                   Exam wise Syllabus for 2010-11
                               Class XII
                    Subject: Informatics Practices

April
Computer network
Java GUI Programming III
Concept of Inheritance
May
Revision Tour I
Revision Tour II
July
Open source Concept
More about Classes and Libraries
August
GUI Dialog and Tables
Database Connectivity to My Sql
Web application Development
September
Html I Basic Html Element
Html II Lists , Tables and Forms
XML Extensible Markup Language
October
My Sql Revision
Database Transaction
More about My Sql
Table and Integrity Constraints
IT Application
November
Project Work
December
Revision
First Unit Test
Computer network
Java GUI Programming III
Second Unit Test
Revision Tour I
Revision Tour II
Quarterly examination
Open source Concept
More about Classes and Libraries
Html I Basic Html Element
Html II Lists , Tables and Forms
My Sql Revision
Half Yearly Exam
GUI Dialog and Tables
Database Connectivity to My Sql
Web application Development
XML Extensible Markup Language
Database Transaction
More about My Sql
Table and Integrity Constraints
IT Application
* Integrated course of unit test , quarterly
Annual Examination
Complete Course
                             Syllabus Bifurcation
                                  (2010-11)
                            Computer Science(083)
                                      XI
July
Getting Started with C++
Data Types, Variables and Constants
Operators and Expressions
PROGRAMMING IN C++
 Flow of control
 Conditional statements
  Loops
August
Character Functions
String Functions
Mathematical Functions & Other Functions
September
Structured Data Type: Array
Single Dimensional Array
Multi Dimensional Array
October
User Defined Functions
November
User-defined Functions (UDFs)
December
Structures
Number System
Microprocessor
Memory Concepts
Secondary Memory
January
PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY

                             Exam wise Bifurcation

First Unit Test

Getting Started with C++, Data Types, Operators & Expressions

Quarterly

Programming in C++, Flow of Control, Conditional Statements, Loops , Library
Functions


Half Yearly

Above Course +

Arrays (Single and Multi Dimensional)
Structures, UDFs

Annual

Above Course + Computer Organization ,Programming Methodology
                          Syllabus Bifurcation (2010-11)
                              Computer Science(083)
                                        XII
April
PROGRAMMING IN C++
REVIEW: C++ covered In Class -XI,
Object Oriented Programming
Concept of Object Oriented Programming , Abstract class and Concrete class,
Polymorphism Inheritance, Advantages of Object Oriented Programming
Implementation of Object Oriented Programming concepts in C++
Constructor and Destructor
May
Inheritance (Extending Classes)
July
Data File Handling
Pointers
August
 DATA STRUCTURES
Arrays
Stack (Array and Linked implementation of Stack)
Queue: (Circular Array and Linked Implementation)
Operations on Queue (Insert and Delete) and its Implementation in C++.
September
DATABASES AND SQL
Database Concepts
Structured Query Language
October
Boolean Algebra
COMMUNICATION AND OPEN SOURCE CONCEPTS
November
Data Communication terminologies
Transmission media:
Twisted pair cable, Coaxial cable, Optical fiber, Infrared, Radio link, Microwave
link and Satellite link. Networking devices
December
Network Security Concepts
Web Services
Open Source Terminologies

                              Exam wise Bifurcation
                           XII Computer Science(083)
First Unit Test
Review of C++,OOP Concepts, Classes & Objects, Constructor Destructor ,
Inheritance
Quarterly
Above Course + File Handling, Pointers , Data Structures (Arrays & Linked
based Stacks Queues)
Half Yearly
Above Course +
Database Concepts
Boolean Algebra
Pre-Board I & Pre-Board II
Above Course +

Communication and Open Source Concepts

								
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