SUBJECT SYLLABUS
ENGLISH Recognition of ALPHABETS (A-Z) & (a-z) with pictures and in phonics.
NUMBERS Recognition of NUMBERS (0-20) with counting.
SHAPES Recognition of SHAPES ( Circle, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Oval & Star).
COLOURS Recognition of (Red,Yellow,Blue,Green,Orange,Pink,Black & White.)
RHYMES As done in class through multimedia.
P.D.
(Picture Description)
  • Fruits
  • Flowers
  • Birds
  • My Country
  • Sea-creatures
  • Festivals
  • My house
  • Body Parts
PROJECT
  • Vegetables
  • Transport (Air,Water,Land)
  • Social Helpers
  • Seasons
  • Animals ( Wild & Domestic)
  • Foods (Healthy & Junk)
  • Action words
  • Good Manners
  • Myself
  • Opposite-words
All the above given CONCEPTS are related with various activities which improves fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social & emotional skills and psychomotor development in children.
SUBJECT SYLLABUS
ENGLISH
  • A to Z, a to z in phonetics done orally
  • Pattern writing
  • Tracing of all letters
  • Aa-Zz writing
  • Identification of first sound
  • Identification of middle sound
Related activities & exercises
  • Drawing of related objects
  • Colour the correct objects
  • Match the object to the first sound
  • Circle the first sound
  • Write the middle sound
  • Write the missing letters / spellings / dictation
  • Write the first sound
  • Match capital to small letters
  • Formation of three letter word
  • Sentences using small words (orally)
  • Rhymes
  • Conversation
  • Story telling
NUMBERS
  • Orally 1-50
  • Written 1-50
  • Exercises 1-50
  • Missing numbers
  • What comes after
  • Colour and write
  • Count and match
  • Circle the correct number
  • Shapes
PD / Project (Orally)
  • Myself
  • Parts of the body
  • My family
  • Sports
  • Opposites
  • Food
  • Good manners
  • Colours
  • Toys and games
  • Classroom
  • School
  • Our helpers
  • My India
  • Festivals
  • Places of worship
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Flowers
  • Domestic / Wild animals
  • Birds
  • Days of the week
  • Months in a year
  • Rooms
  • Furniture
  • Electrical devices
  • Transport
  • Zoo
  • Market
  • Busy Road
SUBJECT SYLLABUS
ENGLISH
  • Recognition / revision of all letters phonetically
  • Writing of capital / small letters and with pictures
  • a, e, i, o, u words
  • Rhyming words
  • Two / Three / Four letter words
  • One / Many
  • Opposites
  • This / That, These / Those
  • Use positional words (in, on, under, behind)
  • A / an
  • Make simple sentences
  • Creative writing
  • Animals / Birds / Babies / Homes
  • Wild / Farm animals / Pet animals / Water animals
  • Name of fruits / flowers / vegetables and colors
  • Picture description
  • Reading from Rapid Reader
  • Days of the week
  • Seasons (Summer, Rainy, Winter)
  • Body parts
BENGALI
  • অ থেকে ঔ with pictures (writing)
  • ক থেকে ৺ with pictures (writing)
  • Fill in the missing letters
  • Match the first letter with the correct pictures
  • Two / Three lettered word (without matras) and with pictures
  • Rhyming words (two & three letter words)
  • 1-10 numbers in Bengali (১ থেকে ১০)
  • Rhymes

Orally done- all 5 words each

  • Name of fruits
  • Name of vegetables
  • Name of flowers
  • Name of color
  • Name of animals
  • Name of birds
HINDI
  • अ – अ: with pictures (writing)
  • क – ज्ञ with pictures (writing)
  • Fill in the missing letters
  • Match the first letter with the correct picture
  • Two / Three lettered words (without matras) and with pictures
  • Rhyming words (two & three letters words)
  • 1 to 10 numbers in Hindi (१- १०)
  • Rhymes.

Orally done – all 5 words each

  • Name of fruits
  • Name of vegetables
  • Name of flowers
  • Name of colors
  • Name of animals
  • Name of birds
NUMBERS
  • Revision of previous class (Recognition of numbers 1-5- orally, counting)
  • Identification of numbers 1-100
  • Number dictation 1-100
  • What comes after / before / between (1-50)
  • Missing numbers
  • Backward counting (1-50)
  • Number name (1-50)
  • Before number (1-50)
  • Simple addition (1 digit, column wise, sidewise)
  • Simple subtraction (1 digit, column wise, side wise)
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE CHAPTER NO & NAME
ENGLISH PT2 GULMOHAR-1:
PROSE :

  • CH-9 [ PETS DAY]

POEM :

  • SPARROWS [PG.63 ]
  • IF YOU CATCH A FIREFLY [ PG. 85 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR-1

  • THIS/THAT/THESE/THOSE , I/YOU/HE/SHE/IT ,DOING WORDS .

VOCABULARY :

  • OCCUPATIONS ,ANIMALS AND THEIR HOMES, SINGULAR/PLURAL .

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • MY FAMILY
ANNUAL GULMOHAR-1:
PROSE :

  • CH-9 [ PETS DAY]
  • CH-11 [JIJO AND ELLY]
  • CH-13 [KEEP THE BEACH CLEAN]

POEM :

  • SPARROWS [PG.63 ]
  • IF YOU CATCH A FIREFLY [ PG. 85 ]
  • SEA SONG [PG.111 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR-1

  • NOUN, PROPER NOUN, COMMON NOUN, ADJECTIVES ,HE/SHE , ONE OR MORE THAN ONE, ARTICLES,THIS/THAT/THESE/THOSE , I/YOU/HE/SHE/IT , DOING
    WORDS , WE/YOU/THEY , IS/ARE/AM , HAVE/HAS ,IN/ON/UNDER/NEAR .

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • MY FAMILY
  • MY FAVOURITE CARTOON

VOCABULARY :

  • OCCUPATIONS ,RHYMING WORDS,ANIMALS AND THEIR HOMES , FILL IN WITH WORDS WHICH HAVE ‘OO’ IN THE MIDDLE, WHO AM I ?, SINGULAR/
    PLURAL , ANIMALS AND THEIR YOUNG ONES .
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
MATHEMATICS PT2 CH : 6 – SUBTRACTION UPTO 20 [PGS. 87 TO 95] AND PGS-97, 98
CH : 8 – NUMBERS UPTO 100 [PGS. 109 – 127 AND PGS -129, 130
UNIT TEST – 2 (PG – 99)
UNIT TEST -3 (PG- 146) RELEVANT SUMS
TABLES – 7 AND 8OMIT
CH-6 – PG – 94 (NO. 6) , 95
CH-8 – PG.122 AND 127
ANNUAL CH -1: NUMBERS UPTO 20 (PGS – 1 TO 15) AND PG-18
CH- 2: ADDITION UPTO 10 (PGS- 20 TO 27) AND PGS – 31, 32, 33, 34 AND 38
CH – 3: SUBTRACTION UPTO 10 (PGS– 39-54)
CH -4: SHAPES AND PATTERN (PG – 61-63 -NO. 2), PG – 64 – STRAIGHT AND
CURVED LINES, PGS- 65, 66, 68, 69 (PATTERNS MADE BY SHAPES) AND PG -70.
CH – 5 : ADDITION UPTO 20 – (PGS -75 TO 84 – NO. 11) AND PGS – 85 , 86
CH – 6 : SUBTRACTION UPTO 20 (PGS. 87 TO 95) AND PGS-97, 98
CH – 8 : NUMBERS UPTO 100 (PGS. 109 – 127) AND PGS -129, 130
CH – 9 : ADD AND SUBTRACT UPTO 99 (PGS. – 131 TO 142) AND PGS – 144, 145
CH – 10 : MONEY [PG 147 – 152 (NO. 2], MIXED BAG PG – 152,
PG- 153 UPTO NO.3 AND PG- 156
CH – 11: TIME [PG – 157- 164 (NO. 4) AND PG -166
CH – 12: HANDLING DATA [PG. 167 – 171]
TABLES – 1-10
UNIT TEST – 1 TO 4 (ALL THE RELEVANT SUMS)
OMIT
CH-1 PGS – 16, 17, 18 – UPTO NO.2
CH-2 PGS -28 (MORE ADDITION BY COUNTING FORWARD) , 29 TO 31 (UPTO ADDITION FACTS FOR 10)
PGS – 35 TO 37
CH-3 PGS- 55, 56 (STORY SUMS) , 57
CH-4 PG – 63 (SIZES), PG- 64 (EX-2), PGS – 67, 68 (PATTERN TILES), 71, 72
CH-6 PGS – 94 (NO.6) , 5
CH-7 PGS- 100 AND 106
CH-8 PGS- 122 AND 127
CH-9 PGS – 141 (NO.4), 142
CH – 10 PGS – 152 (MENTAL MATHS), 153, 154, 155
CH-11 PGS- 164 (HOTS), 165
CH-12 PGS- 171 AND CH-13 THE CONCEPT OF MULTIPLICATION (PGS- 173 TO 178)
COMPUTER PT2
  • CH-8 DRAWING & COLOURING WITH PAINT
ANNUAL
  • CH-3 TYPES OF COMPUTERS
  • CH-4 PARTS OF A COMPUTER
  • CH-6 KNOW YOUR KEYBOARD
  • CH-8 DRAWING & COLOURING WITH PAINT
EVS PT2
  • CH-10 IN THE SCHOOL
ANNUAL
  • CH-11 SAFETY IS IMPORTANT
  • CH-15 OUR PLANET EARTH
  • CH-10 IN THE SHCOOL
GK PT2
  • 23,24,25,28,30,31
ANNUAL
  • PAGE NO- 23,24,25,28,30,31,32,33,34,35,44,47
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE CHAPTER NO & NAME
ENGLISH PT2 GULMOHAR – 2
PROSE

  • CH. 8 [ THE SONG OF THE TRAIN]

POEM :

  • TRAINS [ PG. 77 ]
  • THINGS PEOPLE DO [ PG. 94 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR-2

  • MY/YOUR/OUR/HIS/HER/ITS/THEIR , I/WE/YOU/HE/SHE/IT/THEY,A/AN/THE , ME/US/YOU/HIM/HER/IT/THEM , IS/ARE/AM ,

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • A VISIT TO A ZOO

VOCABULARY :

  • OCCUPATIONS , OPPOSITES , WRITE 5 WORDS WITH ‘ai’ IN THE MIDDLE , SINGULAR / PLURAL .
ANNUAL GULMOHAR – 2
PROSE

  • CH. 8 [ THE SONG OF THE TRAIN]
  • CH. 10 [ OWL AND THE MOON]
  • CH. 11 [ JANE AND THE CHIMPS]

POEM :

  • TRAINS [ PG. 77 ]
  • THINGS PEOPLE DO [ PG. 94 ]
  • SWINGING [ PG. 113 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR – 2

  • NOUN, COMMON NOUN AND PROPER NOUN, ONE AND MORE THAN ONE, DESCRIBING WORDS , SENTENCES AND JUMBLED
    SENTENCES, WAS/WERE , HAVE/HAS/HAD , MY/YOUR/OUR/HIS/HER/ITS/THEIR , I/WE/YOU/HE/SHE/IT/THEY ,A/AN/THE , ME/US/YOU/HIM/HER/IT/THEM , IS/ARE/AM ,WHO/WHAT/WHERE/WHICH/WHEN , AND/BUT/OR ,IN/ON/UNDER/BEHIND.

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • A VISIT TO A ZOO
  • MY FAVOURITE SEASON

VOCABULARY :

  • OCCUPATIONS , OPPOSITES, GENDER, ‘ain ‘ AND ‘ OY ‘ WORDS,ANIMALS AND THEIR SOUNDS, SINGULAR/PLURAL .
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
MATHEMATICS PT2 CHAPTER-7 SHAPES AND PATTERNS
PG- 103 TO 115
CHAPTER-8 MORE MULTIPLICATION
PG-116 TO 130
CHAPTER-11 MEASUREMENT
PG- 160-175
CHAPTER-13 CONCEPT OF DIVISION
PG-185 TO 194.
TABLES – 1 TO 11.
RELEVANT SUMS FROM UNIT TEST-3 PG-146OMIT
CH-7 PG-109, MIXED BAG PG- 111 TO 114
CH-8 PG-127 NO.4 &5, PG-128 NO.6
CH- 11 PG-164 EX-2 NO.1, PG-168 EX-4 NO.1, PG-169 EX-5
NO.1
CH-13 PG-191
ANNUAL CH-1 NUMBERS UP TO 200.
CH-2 ADDITION
CH-3 SUBTRACTION
CH-4 MULTIPLICATION.
CH-5 NUMBERS UP TO 1000.
CH- 6 ADDITION & SUBTRACTION OF HIGHER NUMBERS.
CH-7 SHAPES AND PATTERNS.
CH-8 MORE MULTIPLICATION.
CH-9 TIME
CH-10 MONEY
CH-11 MEASUREMENTS
CH- 12 HANDLING DATA
CH-13 CONCEPT OF DIVISION.
TABLES – 1 TO 12.
RELEVANT SUMS FROM UNIT TESTS 1 TO 4.
OMIT
CH-1 PG 1 TO 4 , PG-5 (NO-3), PG-17 (NO.1)
CH-2 PG-24, PG-25 (NO 1,2) PG-33 (NO.4)
CH-3- PG-37, PG-38 (EX-1),PG-39 (EX-2,3,4), PG-45,46(MENTAL MATHS),PG-47(NO.5)
CH-4 PG-55 TO 57.
CH- 5 PG-78 (NO-5,6), PG- 79 (NO-7,9), PG 80.
CH-6 – PG-84, PG 89 (EX-5), PG-94 (EX-10), PG-95 (NO-2)
CH-7 PG-109, MIXED BAG PG- 111 TO 114
CH-8 PG-127 NO.4 &5, PG-128 NO.6
CH-9 PG-132 NO.2, PG-135 DAYS OF THE WEEK, PG-136 TO 139, MIXED BAG PG-141 TO 142.
CH-10 PG- 152 EX-2 NO.2, PG-154 EX-3 NO.2, MIXED BAG
PG-156 NO.3 ,PG-157 & PG-158, 159.
CH- 11 PG-164 EX-2 NO.1, PG-168 EX-4 NO.1, PG-169 EX-5
NO.1
CH-12 PG- 179 AND PG-181.
CH-13 PG-191
COMPUTER PT2
  • CH-10 NANO LEARNS TO PAINT
ANNUAL
  • CH-4 PARTS OF A COMPUTER
  • CH-5 TYPES OF COMPUTERS
  • CH-10 NANO LEARNS TO PAINT
  • CH-11 NANO LEARNS TO TYPE
EVS PT2
  • CH-12 FESTIVALS
ANNUAL
  • CH-17 TRANSPORTATION
  • CH-18 COMMUNICATION
  • CH-12FESTIVALS
GK PT2
  • PAGES- 32,33,34,35,37,38,39
ANNUAL
  • PAGES- 32,33,34,35,37,38,39,40,42,43,44,45,46,48,50
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE CHAPTER NO & NAME
ENGLISH PT2 GULMOHAR – 3
PROSE

  • CH. 8 [ A TRIP TO MARS ]

POEM :

  • TIPTOE NIGHT [ PG. 67 ]
  • KITES [ PG. 79 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR-3

  • SIMPLE PRESENT/ SIMPLE PAST/ SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE ,IS/ARE/AM, WAS/WERE, HAS/HAVE/ HAD.

PARAGRAPH :

  • MY BIRTHDAY

VOCABULARY :

  • OCCUPATIONS, OPPOSITES, MONTHS IN A YEAR .

COMPREHENSION

  • UNSEEN

LETTER- WRITING

  • INFORMAL LETTER FORMAT
ANNUAL GULMOHAR – 3
PROSE

  • CH. 8 [ A TRIP TO MARS ]
  • CH. 9[ HEIDI IN THE CITY ]
  • CH. 10 [ THE STORM AT NIGHT ]

POEM :

  • TIPTOE NIGHT [ PG. 67 ]
  • KITES [ PG. 79 ]
  • SHOOTING STAR [ PG. 103 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR – 3

  • NOUN AND KINDS OF NOUN , SINGULAR/PLURAL , GENDER ,PRONOUN , VERB, ADJECTIVES, COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES,IS/ARE/AM, WAS/WERE, HAS/HAVE/ HAD, ADVERBS,SIMPLE PRESENT/ SIMPLE PAST/ SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE ,PREPOSITIONS.

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • MY BIRTHDAY
  • A DAY WITH MY GRANDPARENTS.

VOCABULARY :

  • OCCUPATIONS, DAYS OF THE WEEK , MONTHS IN A YEAR ,’ CH ‘ AND ‘BE ‘ WORDS , OPPOSITES , GENDER ,COLOURS OF VEGETABLES , RHYMING WORDS, WRITE 5 WORDS BEGINNING WITH ‘ex’ .

LETTER- WRITING :

  • INFORMAL LETTER FORMAT
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
MATHEMATICS PT2
  • CHAPTER 5:SHAPES AND PATTERNS (PGS 66 TO 74)
  • CHAPTER 11:MEASUREMENT (PGS 157 TO 170 AND PG 173)
  • TABLES: 2 TO 12
  • OMIT
  • CH-5: PGS 72 TO 77(WORKSHEET) TILING PATTERNS
  • CH-11: PG 168, 169 (MENTAL MATHS ONLY), PG 170 Q NO. 4
ANNUAL CHAPTER 1: NUMBERS (PGS 1 TO 18 AND PG 21)
CHAPTER 2: ADDITION (PGS 22 TO 31 AND PG 33)
CHAPTER 3: SUBTRACTION (PGS 34 TO 43 AND PG 46,47)
CHAPTER 4: MULTIPLICATION (PGS 48 TO 62 AND PG 64,65)
CHAPTER 5: SHAPES AND PATTERNS (PGS 66 TO 74)
CHAPTER 6: DIVISION (PGS 78 TO 89 AND PG 91,92)
CHAPTER 7: MORE DIVISION (PGS 93 TO 104 AND PG 108)
CHAPTER 9: MONEY (PGS 128 TO 138 )
CHAPTER 10: TIME (PGS 142 TO 153 AND PG 156 )
CHAPTER 11:MEASUREMENT (PGS 157 TO 170 AND PG 173)
CHAPTER 12:DATA HANDLING (PGS 174 TO 182 AND PG 184)
TABLES: 2 TO 15
UNIT TEST: 1 – 4 (RELEVANT SUMS TO BE DONE)
EXAMINATION PAPER : 1 AND 2OMIT
CH – 1 : PAGE 18 (NO. 9)
CH – 2 : PAGE 29 (MENTAL MATHS EXPLANATION)
CH-3: PAGE 41 (MENTAL MATHS EXPLANATION), PAGE 43 (NO. 5),
PAGE 46 (WORKSHEET – PINK PART NO.2), UNIT TEST 1 (PAGE 47 –
NO. 8, 10)
CH- 4: PAGE 61 (NO. 6), PAGE 65 (WORKSHEET – PINK PART NO. 2)
CH-5: PGS 72 TO 77(WORKSHEET) TILING PATTERNS
CH- 6: PAGE 88 (NO. 6 – F), PAGE 92 (UNIT TEST 2 – NO. 9)
CH- 7 : PAGE 104 (NO. 4)
CH- 8 : PGS 109 TO 127 (FULL CHAPTER)
CH- 9 : PGS 134,135,138 TO 140
CH- 10 : PGS 146,147 AND 149
CH – 11: PG 168, 169 (MENTAL MATHS ONLY), PG 170 Q NO. 4
CH- 12 : PGS 179 TO 181,PG 182 Q NO.3, PG 184 Q NO.1(ORANGE PART),NO.2 (PINK PART)
SCIENCE PT2
  • CHAPTER 15 : SOLAR SYSTEM (PG – 109 TO 114).
  • CHAPTER 14 : WEATHER, AIR , WATER ( PG – 103 TO 108).
  • DIAGRAMS :
    1.SOLAR SYSTEM WITH THE PLANETS IN THEIR ORBITS.
    2. WATER CYCLE
ANNUAL
  • CHAPTER 6 : ORGANS AND ORGAN SYSTEMS (PG – 44 TO 52).
  • CHAPTER 10 : SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES (PG – 76 TO 82).
  • CHAPTER 15 : SOLAR SYSTEM (PG – 109 TO 114).
  • DIAGRAMS :
    1. ANY 3 INTERNAL ORGANS ( PG – 45 ).
    2. 3 FORMS OF WATER.
    3.SOLAR SYSTEM.
SOCIAL SCIENCE PT2
ANNUAL
COMPUTER PT2
  • CH-7 DRAWING & COLOURING WITH PAINT
ANNUAL
  • CH-4 WELCOME TO WINDOWS
  • CH-5 MORE ON MICROSOFT WORD
  • CH-7 DRAWING & COLOURING WITH PAINT
  • CH-8 THE INTERNET
EVS PERIODIC TEST 2
  • CH-14 GOING PLACES – TRAVEL
ANNUAL CH-15 COMMUNICATION
CH-17 TEXTILES
CH-14 GOING PLACES – TRAVEL
GK PT2 PAGES-36,41,42,45,48,49
ANNUAL PAGES- 36,41,42,45,48,49,50,51,52,57,61,67,69,73
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE CHAPTER NO & NAME
ENGLISH PT2 GULMOHAR – 4
PROSE

  • CHAPTER -8 [CHIPS]

POEM :

  • SMELLS [PG.63]
  • ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR-4
  • ADJECTIVES, DEGREES OF COMPARISON, PRONOUNS

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR-4

  • SENTENCES AND KINDS OF SENTENCES,SUBJECT AND PREDICATE

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • AN INTERESTING BOOK I READ.

LETTER- WRITING :

  • WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR FRIEND DESCRIBING A PLEASANT DREAM .

STORY WRITING:

  • UNSEEN [A STORY WITH A MORAL]
ANNUAL GULMOHAR – 4
PROSE

  • CHAPTER -1 [BE PREPARED]
  • CHAPTER -8 [CHIPS]
  • CHAPTER -9 [CROW BOY]

POEM :

  • SMELLS [PG.63]
  • HOW THE LITTLE KITE…. FLY [ PG. 79 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR – 4

  • SENTENCES AND KINDS OF SENTENCES,SUBJECT AND PREDICATE , KINDS OF NOUN,VERB , GENDER , ADJECTIVES, DEGREES OF COMPARISON,
    PRONOUNS,ADVERB, PRESENT/PAST/FUTURE TENSE,PREPOSITIONS.

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • AN INTERESTING BOOK I READ.
  • THE PERSON WHOM I ADMIRE THE MOST

STORY WRITING :

  • UNSEEN [A STORY WITH A MORAL]

LETTER- WRITING :

  • WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR FRIEND DESCRIBING A PLEASANT DREAM .
  • WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR GRANDFATHER/ GRANDMOTHER ENQUIRING ABOUT HIS/HER HEALTH .
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
MATHEMATICS PT2
  • Chap-8 Fractions .
  • Chap -9 Decimals (OnlyEx-1,2 and Mixed Bag)
  • Omit( EX-3, Mixed Bag-Qno. 7a-d)
ANNUAL
    • Ch.1 Large Numbers
      (Rounding off till 100’s place.)
      Ex.5 (Only Q.No. 1 & 2)
      Roman Numerals 1 – 50
      Rules 1 – 4 to be explained
    • Ch.2 Addition & Subtraction
    • Ch. 3 Multiplication
      (Omit Ex.6 & Mixed Bag Q. 4 & 5)
    • Chap-10 Money (Addition and Subtraction of Money) EX-1 only.
    • Ch. 4 Division
      Omit( EX-6 ,Mixed BAG- Applying Division Q.NO.7)
      Omit Applying Maths (mixed story sums)
    • Ch.5 Multiples and Factors
      (Omit Word Problems Mixed Bag-Q.NO. 6)
    • Ch. 8 Fractions.
    • Chap-6 Geometry
    • Ch. 9 Decimals (EX-1,2 only and Mixed Bag)
      (Omit EX.3,Mixed Bag-Q.NO.7 a-d)
    • Ch. 11 Measurements
      (Omit Mixed bag Q.No. 5 & 6, EX.11)
    • CH: 12 Perimeter & Area(Only Ex-1 Q.NO. 1,4,5,6 and Mixed Bag
      Q.no.-3,5,9)

MENTAL MATHS OF ALL CHAPTERS TO BE DONE

SCIENCE PT2
  • CHAPTER 6 : DIGESTION
  • CHAPTER 11 : SOLAR SYSTEM DIAGRAMS :
    1.PARTS OF TOOTH
    2. ROTATION AND REVOLUTION
ANNUAL
  • CHAPTER 10 : WEATHER, WATER AND AIR
  • CHAPTER 12 : FORCE, ENERGY AND WORK
  • CHAPTER 6 : DIGESTION
  • CHAPTER 11 : SOLAR SYSTEM
  • DIAGRAMS :
    1.LAND BREEZE AND SEA BREEZE
    2. WATER CYCLE
    3. PULLEY, SCREW
    4. PARTS OF TOOTH
    5. ROTATION AND REVOLUTION
SOCIAL SCIENCE PT2
ANNUAL
COMPUTER PT2
  • CH-5 FORMATTING IN MICROSOFT WORD
ANNUAL
  • CH-1 KNOW YOUR COMPUTER
  • CH-2 FILES & FOLDERS IN WINDOWS 7
  • CH-4 EDITING IN MICROSOFT WORD
  • CH-5 FORMATTING IN MICROSOFT WORD
EVS PT2
  • CH-14 OUR RICH HERITAGE
ANNUAL
  • CH-15 TRAVEL, COMMUNICATION & MONEY
  • CH-18 PEOPLE & THEIR OCCUPATIONS
  • CH-14 OUR RICH HERITAGE
GK PT2 PAGES- 12,13,36,37,41,45,48,49,56,57,58,59,60,61
ANNUAL PAGES- 12,13,36,37,41,45,48,49,56,57,58,59,60,61,64,65,66,67,69,71,76,77
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE CHAPTER NO & NAME
ENGLISH PT2 GULMOHAR – 5
PROSE

  • CH. 6 [SAM AND THE SECRET CALL ]

POEM :

  • RING OUT WILD BELLS [ PG. 94 ]
  • ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR- 5
  • SUBJECT -VERB AGREEMENT , PREPOSITIONS, ADVERBS.

PARAGRAPH :

  • IF I COULD FLY

LETTER- WRITING:

  • WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR FRIEND SHARING ABOUT AN UNFORGETTABLE MOMENT/INCIDENT IN YOUR LIFE

COMPREHENSION: :

  • UNSEEN

STORY WRITING :

  • UNSEEN [ANY STORY WITH A MORAL]
ANNUAL GULMOHAR – 5
PROSE

  • CH. 1 [THE INVENTION OF SHOES ]
  • CH. 6 [SAM AND THE SECRET CALL ]
  • CH. 7 [THE THIEF IS CAUGHT ]

POEM :

  • RING OUT WILD BELLS [ PG. 94 ]
  • TAMARIND [ PG. 109 ]

ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR – 5

  • SENTENCE AND KINDS OF SENTENCES, SUBJECT AND PREDICATE ,NOUN AND KINDS OF NOUNS, SIMPLE PRESENT AND
    PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE, SIMPLE PAST AND PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE, SIMPLE FUTURE AND FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE, SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT,
    PREPOSITIONS, ADVERBS, CONJUNCTIONS, ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE, GENDER, CAN / MAY / SHOULD /MUST.

LETTER- WRITING :

  • WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR FRIEND SHARING ABOUT AN UNFORGETTABLE MOMENT/INCIDENT IN YOUR LIFE .
  • WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR FRIEND ABOUT A FEW INTERESTING PLACES THAT YOU HAVE VISITED IN YOUR CITY .

COMPREHENSION :

  • UNSEEN

PARAGRAPH :

  • IF I COULD FLY
  • AN ANGEL I MET IN MY DREAM

STORY WRITING :

  • UNSEEN [ANY STORY WITH A MORAL]
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
MATHEMATICS PT2
  • CH: 6 DECIMALS
    (OMIT WORD PROBLEMS )
  • CH:9 MEASUREMENT(OMIT ESTIMATION) MIXED BAG Q. NO. 5
ANNUAL
  • Ch.1 Large Numbers(Rounding off till 100’s place.)
    Roman Numerals 1 to 100
    Rules 1 – 4 to be explained
  • Ch.2 Addition & Subtraction and their applications
    (Omit Mixed Bag Q.3)
  • Ch. 3 Multiplication & Division & their applications
  • Ch. 4 Multiples & Factors
    Ex 4 , (HCF by Prime factor and long division method) OMIT finding H.C.F By all factors method.
    Ex-5, (LCM by Prime factorisation method and Division method) OMIT
    Ex-5 Qno. 1 & 2
  • Ch: 5 Fractions (EX-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11.Mixed BAG.)
    Reducing fractions by HCF method(Division method to be followed in finding HCF)
    MENTAL MATHS OF ALL CHAPTERS TO BE DONE
SCIENCE PT2
  • CHAPTER 10 : OUR UNIVERSE
  • CHAPTER 5 : HEALTH AND HYGIENE
  • DIAGRAMS :
    1. INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH
  • 2. SOLAR AND LUNAR ECLIPSE
ANNUAL
  • CHAPTER 2 : HABITATS OF ANIMALS
  • CHAPTER 8 : AIR AND WATER
  • CHAPTER 10 : OUR UNIVERSE
  • CHAPTER 5 : HEALTH AND HYGIENE
  • DIAGRAMS :
    1. DISTILLATION AND FILTRATION
    2. INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH
    3. SOLAR AND LUNAR ECLIPSE
SOCIAL SCIENCE PT2
ANNUAL
COMPUTER PT2
  • CH-7 MORE ON INTERNET
ANNUAL
  • CH-3 WORKING WITH TABLES IN MICROSOFT WORD
  • CH-4 WORKING WITH OBJECTS IN MICROSOFT WORD
  • CH-6 INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007
  • CH-7 MORE ON INTERNET
EVS PT2 CH-11 WASTE MANAGEMENT
ANNUAL CH-19 INVENTIONS & DISCOVERIES
CH-22 NATURAL DISASTERS
CH-11 WASTE MANAGEMENT
GK PT2 PAGES- 10,11,48,49,50,51,52,53,57,60,61,62
ANNUAL PAGES- 10,11,46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,57,60,61,62,63,64,65,72
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE SYLLABUS
ENGLISH PT2 ORC – Rice- Bowl Wishes, A Passing Glimpse
RR – Ch 6, Part 2- Ch 1
GRAMMAR – Tenses( Present And Its Forms, Past And Its Forms)
WRITING SKILL – Picture Description, Diary Writing
ANNUAL ORC – Rice Bowl Wishes, A Passing Glimpse, Thank You Ma’am, Welcome, The
Selfish Giant.
RR – Ch 6, Part 2- Ch 1,2,3
GRAMMAR – Tenses (Past, Present, Future And Its Forms), Preposition, The Sentence (Types), Subject And Predicate, Degrees Of Comparison Of Adjectives, Articles.
WRITNG SKILL – Picture Description, Diary Writing, Paragraph Writing, Informal Letter Writing,
Story Writing.
MATHS PT2 Decimals
Linear Equations in one variable
Constructions
Polygons
Circles
Data Handling
ANNUAL Integers
Fractions
Decimals
Algebraic Expressions
Linear Equations in one variable
Ratio, Proportion and Unitary Method
Angles and their measurements
Constructions
Polygons
Triangles
Quadrilaterals
Circles
Concept of Perimeter and Area
Data Handling
Pictograph
Bar Graph
SCIENCE PT2 Electric Current and Circuits
Wastes
Importance of Water
Plants: Forms and Functions
ANNUAL Cleaning Food
Changes Around Us
Plants: Forms and Functions
Animals : Structure and Functions
Motion and Measurement
Electric Current and Circuits
Magnets
Light: Image and Shadow
Importance of Water
Wastes
SOCIAL SCIENCE PT2 The Age of Vedas
Major Domains of the Earth
Local Self Government in Urban Areas
ANNUAL Studying the Past
Early Humans-II
The Age of Vedas
The First Empire-the Mauryas
The Earth and the Solar System
Major Domains of the Earth
Major Landforms of the Earth
Unity in Diversity
Local Self Government in Urban Areas
Urban Livelihoods
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY SANSKRIT PT2
ANNUAL
COMPUTER PT2 Ms-Excel 2010
Working with Worksheet
ANNUAL Computer languages
Ms-Excel 2010
Working with Worksheet
Q-Basic – An Introduction to Programming
Q-Basic- Programming Statements
Internet Browsing
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE SYLLABUS
ENGLISH PT2 ORC – Tiger for Malgudi, Where the mind is without fear
RR – Robinson Crusoe- Ch 6,7
GRAMMAR – Preposition, Conjunction
WRITING SKILL – Leave application to Principal/Incharge, Letter to editor
ANNUAL ORC – A tiger for Malgudi, Where the mind is without fear, The yellow face, The
beggar and the king, Nicholas Nye
RR – Robinson Crusoe – CH 6,7,8,9
GRAMMAR – Preposition, Conjunction, Direct and indirect speech, Phrasal verbs,Verbs (Modals), Non-finite forms, Active and passive voice, Kinds of adverbs
WRITING SKILL – Leave application to Principal/Incharge, Letter to editor, Story writing, Report writing for school magazine, Paragraph writing, Diary writing
MATHS PT2 Decimals
Unitary Method
Percentage
Simple Interest
Constructions
Probability
ANNUAL Fractions
Decimals
Linear Equations in One Variable
Ratio and Proportion
Unitary Method
Percentage
Simple Interest
Properties of Parallel Lines
Properties of Triangles
Congruence
Constructions
Mensuration (Ex 20 C,E,F)
Collection and Organisation of Data ( Mean, Median and Mode)
Bar Graphs
Probability
Square root of 196, 225, 324, 441, 625, 729, 900, 1296, 2025, 4096 by prime factorisation method
SCIENCE PT2 Electric Current and Circuits
Waste Management
Movement of Substances in Plants
Circulatory System in Animals
Excretion in Animals
ANNUAL Heat Flow and Temperature
Acidic, Basic and Neutral Substances
Physical and Chemical Changes
Respiration in Living Organisms
Movement of Substances in Plants
Circulatory System in Animals
Excretion in Animals
Reproduction in Plants
Electric Current and Circuits
Light
Waste Management
Language of Chemistry [ From Notes provided]
SOCIAL SCIENCE PT2 The Great Mughals
Weather and Climate
Media and Democracy
ANNUAL The Regional Kingdoms-1
The Great Mughals
Religious Belief
Political Formations in the Eighteenth Century
Inside Our Earth
Weather and Climate
Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Democracy
Media and Democracy
Advertising
Role of Gender
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY SANSKRIT PT2
ANNUAL
COMPUTER PT2 Using MS Excel As Database
Browsing Internet & Email
ANNUAL Let Us Revise
Number System (Till before Octal Number System, Page-15)
Using MS Excel As Database
Qbasic-Looping
Browsing Internet & Email
Computer Virus
App Development
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE SYLLABUS
ENGLISH PT2 ORC – The Purple Children, The Solitary Reaper
RR – The Taming of The Shrew
Grammar – – Direct and Indirect Speech, Idiomatic Expressions
WRITING SKILL – – Story Writing, Assembly Speech
ANNUAL ORC – The Purple Children, The Solitary Reaper, Mrs Packletide’s Tiger, Fourteen
RR – The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, Macbeth
GRAMMAR – Direct and Indirect Speech, Idiomatic Expressions, Tenses (Past, Present, Future and its forms), Determiners, modals, Active and Passive Voice, Phrases and Clauses, Relative Clause.
WRITNG SKILL – Story Writing, Assembly Speech, Debate, Report Writing for School Magazine, Notice Writing, Article Writing, Letter to Editor/KMC.
MATHEMATICS PT2 Time & Work
Parallelograms
Construction of Quadrilaterals (Ex 17B)
Area of a Trapezium and a Polygon
Introduction to Coordinate Geometry
ANNUAL Exponents
Squares and Square roots
Cubes and Cube roots
Operations on Algebraic expressions
Linear Equations
Direct & Inverse Proportion
Time & Work
Parallelograms
Construction of Quadrilaterals (Ex 17B)
Area of a Trapezium and a Polygon
Volume & Surface Area
Data Handling
Introduction to Coordinate Geometry
Line Graphs and Linear graphs
Pie Charts
Probability
Compound Interest (NCERT- Ex 8.3)
SCIENCE PT2 Microorganism
Electric Current and Chemical Changes
Reflection of light
Pollution of Air and Water
ANNUAL Crop Production
Microorganism
Synthetic Fibres and Plastics
Metals and Non-metals
Cell- Structure and Functions
Animal Reproduction
Adolescence and Reproductive Health
Electric Current and Chemical Changes
Rain, Thunder and Lightning
Reflection of light
The Human Eye
Pollution of Air and Water
SOCIAL SCIENCE PT2 Education and British Rule
The National Movement: First Phase
Manufacturing Industries
Disaster and its Management: Cyclone
The Judiciary
ANNUAL Life in the Rural Areas
Education and British Rule
The National Movement: First Phase
The National Movement: Second Phase
Agriculture
Manufacturing Industries
Industries-Comparative studies (excluding IT Industries)
Disaster and its Management: Cyclone, flood
The Constitution and need for Laws
Ideals of our Constitution
The Judiciary
The Police and the Court
BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY BENGALI PT2
ANNUAL
HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY HINDI PT2
ANNUAL
ELEMENTARY SANSKRIT PT2
ANNUAL
COMPUTER PT2 Unterstanding HTML
HTML- Working with Tables
ANNUAL Understanding HTML
HTML- Working with Tables
Browsing Internet
Computer Ethics and Safety Measures in Computing
Let Us Revise
Network Concept
Ms Access An Introduction
AI PT2 Purpose
ANNUAL Purpose, Possibilities, AI Ethics
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE SYLLABUS
English Language & Literature
Half Yearly Reading
Question based on the following kinds of unseen passages to
assess inference, evaluation, vocabulary, analysis and
interpretation:

  1. Discursive passage (400-450 words)
  2. Case based Factual passage (with visual input/ statistical data/
    chart etc. 200-250 words)

Writing

  1. Descriptive paragraph (Person)
  2. Short Story (based on beginning line / outline / cues etc.)

Grammar

  1. Tenses
  2. Subject-Verb Concord
  3. Modals
  4. Determiners
  5. Reported Speech
  6. Commands and Requests
  7. Statements
  8. Questions

Literature
Moments

  1. The Lost Child
  2. The Adventures of Toto
  3. In the Kingdom of Fools
  4. The Happy Prince

Beehive Prose

  1. The Fun They Had
  2. The Sound of Music
  3. The Little Girl
  4. A Truly Beautiful Mind
  5. My Childhood

Poems

  1. The Road Not Taken
  2. Wind
  3. Rain on The Roof
  4. A Legend of The Northland
Hindi Half Yearly
  • Apathit Gadyansh
  • Apathit Kavyansh
  • Vyakaran
    • Upsarg
    • Pratyay
    • Samaas
    • Alankar
    • Arth ke adhaar par Vaakya Bhed
  • Kavya – khand
    • Kabir ki sakhiyan +Sabad(1)
    • Vaakh
    • Raskhaan ke Savaiye
  • Gadya – khand
    • Do bailo ki katha
    • Lahasaa ki or
BENGALI Half Yearly READING : Unseen Passage(Comprehension)
GRAMMAR :
Sandhi (swarosandhi): Jukto
Sandhi (swarosandhi) :Bijukto
LITERATURE :
Prose:
1.Chhuti Rabindranath Tagore
2.Chithi-Swmi VivekanandaPoetry:
1.KheyaRabindranath TagoreSupplementary Reader:
Aam Antir Bhenpu- Bibhutibhushan
Bandyopädhŷay1st chapter to 5th chapter
MATHEMATICS Half Yearly
  1. NUMBER SYSTEMS (EX 1.4 EXCLUDED)
  2. LINEAR EQUATIONS IN TWO VARIABLES
  3. COORDINATE GEOMETRY
  4. LINES AND ANGLES
  5. TRIANGLES (EX 7.4 EXCLUDED)
  6. HERON’S FORMULA
  7. STATISTICS {EX 14.3 (ONLY FREQUENCY POLYGON EXCLUDED),
    EX 14.4 EXCLUDED}
Science Half Yearly
  • Physics:
    Chapter – 8 Motion
    Chapter – 9 Force and Laws of Motion
  • Chemistry :
    Chapter – 2 Is matter around us Pure
    Practical:1. Preparation of:
    a) a true solution of common salt,sugar and alum
    b) a suspension of soil, chalk powder and fine sand in water
    c) a colloidal solution of starch in water and egg albumin/milk in water and distinguish between these on the basis of transparency filtration criterion Stability
    Practical 2:Preparation of
    a) A mixture
    b) A compound
    using iron filings and sulphur powder and distinguishing between
    these on the basis of:
    i. appearance, i.e., homogeneity and heterogeneity
    ii. behaviour towards a magnet
    iii. behaviour towards carbon disulphide as a solvent
    iv. effect of heat3.To Perform the following reactions and classify them as physical or chemical changes
    a) Iron with copper sulphate solution in water
    b) Burning of magnesium ribbon in air
    c) Zinc with dilute sulphuric acid
    d) Heating of copper sulphate crystals
    e) Sodium sulphate with barium chloride in the form of their solutions in water.
  • Biology:
    Chapter – 5 The Fundamental Unit of Life
    Chapter – 6 Tissues
    Practical:1.Preparation of stained temporary mounts of
    (a) onion peel,
    (b) human cheek cells & to record observations and draw their labeled diagrams.
    2.Identification of Parenchyma, Collenchyma and Sclerenchyma tissues in plants, striped,smooth
    and cardiac muscle fibers and nerve cells in animals, from prepared slides. & Draw their labeled diagrams.
Social Science Half Yearly
  • History – Chap 1 French Revolution
  • Geography – Chap 1 India Size & Location
    Chap 2 Physical Feature of India
  • Political Science- Chap 1 What is Democracy? Why democracy?
    Chap 2 Constitutional Design
  • Economics –Chap 1 The Story of Village Palampur
    Chap 2 People as Resource
AI Half Yearly
  • CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION TO AI
  • CAHPTER 2- RELEVANCE OF AI IN DAILY LIFE
  • CHAPTER 3- USING AI TO ACHIEVE SDGs.
SUBJECT EXAM TYPE SYLLABUS
English Language & Literature
Half Yearly Reading
Question based on the following kinds of unseen passages to
assess inference, evaluation, vocabulary, analysis and
interpretation:

  1. Discursive passage (400-450 words)
  2. Case based Factual passage (with visual input/ statistical data/
    chart etc. 300-350 words)

WRITING SKILL

  1. Formal letter based on a given situation.
    • Letter to the Editor
    • Letter of Complaint (Official)
    • Letter of Complaint (Business)

GRAMMAR

  1. Tenses
  2. Modals
  3. Subject-Verb Concord
  4. Determiners
  5. Reported Speech
  6. Commands and Requests
  7. Statements
  8. Questions

Literature
FIRST FLIGHT

  1. A Letter to God
  2. Nelson Mandela
  3. Two Stories About Flying
  4. From the Diary of Anne Frank
  5. The Hundred Dresses 1
  6. The Hundred Dresses 2

Poems

  1. Dust of Snow
  2. Fire and Ice
  3. A Tiger in the Zoo
  4. The Ball Poem

FOOTPRINTS WITHOUT FEET

  1. A Triumph of Surgery
  2. The Thief’s Story
  3. Footprints Without Feet
Hindi Half Yearly
  • Apathit Gadyansh
  • Apathit Kavyansh
  • Vyakaran
    • Rachna ke aadhar par vakya bhed
    • Vachya
    • Pad Parichay
    • Ras
  • Kavya – khand
    • Surdas
    • Ram – Lakshman Parshuram samvad
  • Gadya – khand
    • Netaji ka chashma
    • Balgobin Bhagat
BENGALI Half Yearly READING : Unseen Passage(Comprehension)
GRAMMAR :
1.Sandhi (Byanjon)
2.Sadhu o Cholit Reeti
LITERATURE :
Prose:
1.Gyanchakshu – Aashapurna Devi
2.Aalo Babu – BanaphulPoetry:
1.Tin Paharer Kole – Shakti ChattopadhyaySupplementary Reader:
Raj Kahini – Abanindranath Tagore
1.Shiladitya
MATHEMATICS Half Yearly
  1. REAL NUMBERS (EUCLID’S DIVISION LEMMA EXCLUDED, EX 1.3 EXCLUDED)
  2. POLYNOMIALS
  3. PAIR OF LINEAR EQUATIONS IN TWO VARIABLES (CROSS-MULTIPLICATION METHOD EXCLUDED)
  4. COORDINATE GEOMETRY (EX 7.3 EXCLUDED)
  5. TRIANGLES (EX 6.4 AND EX 6.5 EXCLUDED)
  6. INTRODUCTION TO TRIGONOMETRY
  7. PROBABILITY
Science Half Yearly
  • Physics:
    Chapter 10 Light
    Finish refraction through spherical lenses page 177 & Power on page183
    Practical:
    1. Determination of the focal length of (i) Concave mirror and (ii) Convex lens by obtaining the image of a distant object.
    2. Tracing the path of a ray of light passing through a rectangular glass slab for different angles of incidence. Measure the angle
    incidence, angle of refraction, angle of emergence and interpret the result.
  • Chemistry :Chapter -1 Chemical reactions and equations
    Chapter – 2 Acids, Bases and Salts
    Chapter – 3 Metals and non – metals
    Metals and nonmetals: Properties of metals and non-metals; Reactivity series; Formation and properties of ionic compounds.Practical:
    A. Finding the pH of the following samples by using pH paper/universal indicator:
    i)Dilute Hydrochloric Acid
    (ii) Dilute NaOH solution
    (iii) Dilute Ethanoic Acid solution
    (iv) Lemon juice
    (v) Water
    (vi) Dilute Hydrogen Carbonate solution
    B. Studying the properties of acids and bases (HCl & NaOH) on the basis of their reaction with:
    a) Litmus solution (Blue/Red)
    b) Zinc metal
    c) Solid sodium carbonate2.Performing and observing the following reactions and classifying them into:
    A. Combination reaction
    B. Decomposition reaction
    C. Displacement reaction
    D. Double displacement reaction
    (i) Action of water on quicklime
    (ii) Action of heat on ferrous sulphate crystals
    (iii) Iron nails kept in copper sulphate solution
    (iv) Reaction between sodium sulphate and barium chloride solutions.3.
    A. Observing the action of Zn, Fe, Cu and Al metals on the following salt solutions:
    (i) ZnSO4(aq)
    (ii) FeSO4(aq)
    (iii)CuSO4(aq)
    (iv)Al2 (SO4)3(aq)
    B. Arranging Zn, Fe, Cu and Al (metals) in the decreasing order of reactivity based on the above result.
  • Biology:
    Chapter 6
    Practical:1.
    Experimentally show that carbon dioxide is given out during respiration.
Social Science Half Yearly
  • History – Chap 1 Nationalism in Europe
  • Geography – Chap 1 Resources and Development
    Chap 3 Water Resources (Only Map)
    Chap 4 Agriculture
  • Political Science- Chap 1 Power Sharing
    Chap 2 Federalism
  • Economics –Chap 1 Development
    Chap 2 Sectors of Indian Economy
Information Technology Half Yearly
  • PART A
    UNIT 1- COMMUNICATION SKILLS- ALL SESSIONS
  • PART B
    UNIT 1 – DIGITAL DOCUMENTATION
    UNIT 3 – DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SL NO SUBJECT SYLLABUS
1 Chemistry
  1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  2. Structure of Atom
  3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
  4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
  5. Redox Reactions
  6. Hydrogen

Organic Chemistry: Some basic Principles and Techniques

2 Biology
  • Chapter 1 The Living World
  • Chapter 2 Biological Classification
  • Chapter 8 Cell – The Unit Of Life
  • Chapter 9 Biomolecules (Carbohydrates Lipids Amino acid and Proteins Nucleic Acid)
3 Physics
  • Unit I: Physical World and Measurement
    Chapter–1: Physical World
    Chapter–2: Units and Measurements
  • Unit II: Kinematics
    Chapter-3: Motion in a Straight Line
    Chapter–4: Motion in a Plane
  • Unit III: Laws of Motion
    Chapter–5: Laws of Motion
  • Unit IV: Work, Energy and Power
    Chapter–6: Work, Energy and Power
  • Unit V: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
    Chapter–7: System of Particles and Rotational Motion
  • Unit VI: Gravitation
    Chapter–8: Gravitation
4 Mathematics
  • Sets
  • Relations and Functions
  • Complex Number
  • Sequence,Series,AP,GP
  • Straight Lines
  • Limits
5 Applied Maths
  • Numbers and Quantification
    [Binary Numbers, Indices, Logarithm, Antilogarithm and Application of Logarithm]
  • Numerical Applications
    [Average,Clock,Calender, Time Work Distance, Mensuration,Seating Arrangement]
  • SET
  • Relation and Function
  • Sequence,Series,AP,GP
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Descriptive Statistics
    Skewness,kurtosis,Percentile and quartile rank,Correlation
6 Physical Education Unit III: Physical Fitness, Wellness & Lifestyle
Meaning & Importance of Physical Fitness, Wellness & Lifestyle
Components of physical fitness and Wellness Components of Health related
fitness
Unit V: Yoga

  • Meaning & Importance of Yoga
  • Elements of Yoga • Introduction – Asanas, Pranayam, Meditation & Yogic
    Kriyas
  • Yoga for concentration & related Asanas (Sukhasana; Tadasana; Padmasana
    & Shashankasana, Naukasana, Vrikshasana (Tree pose), Garudasana (Eagle
    pose)
  • Relaxation Techniques for improving concentration – Yog-nidra

Unit VI: Physical Activity & Leadership Training

  • Leadership Qualities & Role of a Leader
  • Creating leaders through Physical Education
  • Meaning, objectives & types of Adventure Sports (Rock Climbing, Tracking,
    River Rafting, Mountaineering, Surfing and Para Gliding)
  • Safety measures to prevent sports injuries

Unit VII: Test, Measurement & Evaluation

  • Define Test, Measurement & Evaluation
  • Importance of Test, Measurement & Evaluation In Sports
  • Calculation of BMI & Waist – Hip Ratio
  • Somato Types (Endomorphy, Mesomorphy & Ectomorphy)
  • Measurement of health related fitness
7 Biotechnology
  • UNIT I – Chapter 1- Biotechnology: An overview
  • UNIT II- Chapter 1- Biomolecules: Building Blocks
    Chapter 2- Macromolecules Structure & Function
  • UNIT III- Chapter 1- Concepts Of Genetics (Historical Perspective)
8 Business Studies
  • Chapter 1: Evolution and Fundamentals of Business
  • Chapter 2: Forms of Business Organizations
  • Chapter 3: Public, Private and Global Enterprises
  • Chapter 4: Business Services
  • Chapter 5: Emerging Modes of Business
  • Chapter 6: Social Responsibility of Business and Business Ethics
9 History
  • Theme 2 -Writing And City Life
  • Theme 3 – An Empire Across Three Continents
  • Theme 4 – Central Islamic lands
  • Theme 6 -The Three Orders
10 Sociology
  • Chapter 1: Sociology and Society
  • Chapter 2: Terms, Concepts and their use in Sociology
  • Chapter 3: Understanding Social Institutions
  • Chapter 4: The Culture and Socialisation
11 IP
  1. Getting started with Python
  2. Python Fundamentals
  3. Data Handling
  4. Flow of control
12 Economics Statistics for Economics
Unit 1: Introduction
What is Economics?
Meaning, scope, functions and importance of statistics in EconomicsUnit 2: Collection, Organisation and Presentation of data
Collection of data – sources of data – primary and secondary; how basic
data is collected with concepts of Sampling; methods of collecting data; some
important sources of secondary data: Census of India and National Sample Survey
Organisation.
Organisation of Data: Meaning and types of variables; Frequency Distribution.
Presentation of Data: Tabular Presentation and Diagrammatic
Presentation of Data:
(i) Geometric forms (bar diagrams and pie diagrams), (ii) Frequency diagrams
(histogram, polygon and Ogive) and (iii) Arithmetic line graphs (time series graph).Unit 3: Statistical Tools and Interpretation
Measures of Central Tendency- Arithmetic mean, median and modeIntroductory Microeconomics
Unit 4: Introduction Meaning of microeconomics and macroeconomics;
positive and normative economics What is an economy? Central
problems of an economy: what, how and for whom to produce;
opportunity cost.Unit 5: Consumer’s Equilibrium and Demand Consumer’s equilibrium meaning of utility, marginal utility, law of diminishing marginal utility,conditions of consumer’s equilibrium using marginal utility analysis.
Indifference curve analysis of consumer’s equilibrium-the consumer’s budget (budget set and budget line), preferences of the consumer
(indifference curve, indifference map) and conditions of consumer’s equilibrium.
Demand, market demand, determinants of demand, demand schedule,demand curve and its slope, movement along and shifts in the demand
curve; price elasticity of demand – factors affecting price elasticity of demand; measurement of price elasticity of demand – percentage
change method.
13 Computer Science Unit I: Computer Systems and Organisation

  • Basic Computer Organisation
  • Types of software
  • Operating system
  • Boolean logic
  • Number system
  • Encoding schemes

Unit II: Computational Thinking and Programming – 1

  • Introduction to problem solving
  • Familiarization with the basics of Python programming
  • Knowledge of data types
  • Operators
  • Expressions, statement, type conversion & input/output
  • Errors
  • Flow of control
  • Conditional statements
  • Iterative statements
  • Strings
14 Entrepreneurship
  • UNIT 1: Entrepreneurship Concepts & Functions
  • UNIT 2: An Entrepreneur
  • UNIT 3: Entrepreneurial Journey
  • UNIT 4: Entrepreneurship as Innovation & Problem Solving
15 English Core
16 Bengali
  1. Comprehension (Sandhi, Antonym , Sadhu -chalit)
  2. Bengali Vocabulary( Tatsama and Tadbhaba)
  3. Prose
    i) Gallileo
    ii) Bishal Danawala- Ek Thurthure Buro
  4. Poetry
    i) Nun
  5. Supplementary Reader
    i) Guru- Chapter 1
  6. Internal Assessment
    i) Speaking skill
    ii) Listening skill
17 Cost Accounting Employability Skills
Unit 1 Communication Skills-III
Unit 2 Self-Management Skills-III
Unit 3 ICT Skills-III
Subject Specific Skills
Unit 1 General principles
Unit 2 Direct Materials
Unit 3 Direct Labour
18 Accountancy Unit 1
a) Theoretical Framework
1) Introduction of Accounting
2) Theory base of AccountingUnit 2
a) Accounting process
1) Reconstitution of business transactions
2) B.R.S(excluding Cash Book amendment)
3) Depreciation & provision & ReserveProject – 10marks
19 Geography Part A: Fundamentals of Physical Geography
Unit I: Geography as a Discipline Geography as an integrating discipline,
as a science of spatial attributes. Branches of Geography: Physical Geography and Human Geography. Scope and Career Options
(Non-evaluative)
Unit II: The Earth Origin and evolution of the earth; interior of the earth Wegener’s continental drift theory and plate tectonics
Earthquakes and volcanoes: causes, types and effects
Unit III: Landforms Rocks: major types of rocks and their characteristicsPart B: India – Physical Environment
Unit I: Introduction
Location, space relations, India’s place in the world
Unit II: Physiography
Drainage systems: Concept of river basins, watershed; the
Himalayan and the Peninsular riversMap work on identification / interpolation of features based on the units on
the outline Physical/Political map of the world/ India
Part C: Practical Work
Chapter 1: Introduction to Maps
Chapter2: Map Scale
Chapter3: Latitudes, Longitudes and Time
20 Political Science
  1. Constitution
  2. Election and Representation
  3. Local Government
  4. Political Theory
  5. Rights
  6. Development
21 Hindi अपठित गदयाश ,अपठित पदयाश , शब कोश
●आरोह- गद
नमक कय दयरोगय ,ठमयया नसीरदीन, गलतय लोहय
कयव
मीरयबयई ,कबीर दयस, वेआाखे,
●ठवतयन
लतय मागेशकर
22 FMM 1. Chapter 1: Analysis of various investment tools (Selected topics)

  • Provident Funds
  • PPF
  • Mutual Funds
  •  

2. Chapter 2: Primary and Secondary Market
Add on topics:

  • Participants in a Primary Issue
  • Details of Book Building issue
  • Overseas Issues
  • SBTS
  • ISIN
  • Price -Time Priority
  • Clearing & Settlement
  • Arbitration in Details
  •  

3. Chapter 3: Financial Statement Analysis
Ratio Analysis
4. Employability Skills
Unit 5: Green Skills

23 Banking 1. Unit 1: Article 1.3 Reserve Bank of India

2. Unit 2: Article 2.1 Relationship between Banker & Customer
Article 2.2 Special Types of Customers
Article 2.3 Retail and Wholesale Banking
Article 2.4 Deposit Accounts
Add on topics NRI Banking
DICGC
Interest Calculations

3. Unit 3: Employment of Bank Funds
Add on topics Various Term Loans
LAS Account

4. Employability Skills
Unit 1: Communication Skills

SL NO SUBJECT SYLLABUS
1 CHEMISTRY
  • Unit 1 Solid state
  • Unit 2 Solutions
  • Unit 7 p – block elements
  • Unit 10 Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
  • Unit 11 Alcohols, phenols & ethers
  • Unit 14 Biomolecules
2 BIOLOGY
  • Chapter 2 Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
  • Chapter 3 Human Reproduction
  • Chapter 4 Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 5 Principles of Inheritance and Variation (upto Linkage and Recombination)
  • Chapter6 Molecular Basis of Inheritance
3 PHYSICS
  • UNIT I: Electrostatics : Chapter 1 : Electric Charges and Fields
    Chapter 2: Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
  • Unit II: Current Electricity : Chapter 3: Current Electricity
  • Unit III: Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism :
    Chapter 4: Moving Charges and Magnetism
    Chapter 5: Magnetism and Matter
  • Unit IV: Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents :
    Chapter 6: Electromagnetic Induction
    Chapter 7: Alternating Current
4 MATHS
  • Relations and Functions
  • Inverse Trigonometric Functions
  • Matrices
  • Determinants
  • Continuity And Differentiability: Up to Second Order Derivatives
  • Application of Derivatives: Increasing Decreasing Functions,Tangent Normal, Maxima Minima
  • Linear Programming
5 APPLIED MATHS
  • Number Quantification And Numerical Application [Modulo Arithmetic, Congruence Modulo,Alligation Mixture, Numerical Problem,
    Boat Stream Pipe Cistern, Races and Games,Partnership, Numerical Inequalities]
  • Matrices
  • Determinants (including Inverse, Cramer’s rule, Leontiff model)
  • Higher Order Derivative
  • Application Of Derivatives [Marginal Cost Marginal Revenue Increasing Decreasing Function Maxima Minima]
  • Probability Distribution
6 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Unit I Planning in Sports

  • Meaning & Objectives Of Planning
  • Various Committees & its Responsibilities (pre; during & post)
  • Tournament – Knock-Out, League Or Round Robin & Combination
  • Procedure To Draw Fixtures – Knock-Out (Bye & Seeding) & League (Staircase & Cyclic)

Unit II Sports & Nutrition

  • Balanced Diet & Nutrition: Macro & Micro Nutrients
  • Nutritive & Non-Nutritive Components Of Diet
  • Eating For Weight Control – A Healthy Weight, The Pitfalls of Dieting, Food Intolerance & Food Myths

Unit V Children & Women in Sports
Motor development & factors affecting it
Exercise Guidelines at different stages of growth & Development
Common Postural Deformities – Knock Knee; Flat Foot; Round
Shoulders; Lordosis,Kyphosis, Bow Legs and Scoliosis and their corrective measures.
Sports participation of women in India.
Unit VI Test & Measurement in Sports
Motor Fitness Test – 50 M Standing Start, 600 M Run/Walk, Sit &
Reach, Partial Curl Up, Push Ups (Boys), Modified Push Ups (Girls),
Standing Broad Jump, Agility – 4×10 M Shuttle Run o Measurement
of Cardio Vascular Fitness – Harvard Step Test/Rockport Test –
Computation of Fitness Index: Duration of the Exercise in Seconds
x 100 5.5 x Pulse count of 1-1.5 Min after Exercise

Unit VIII Biomechanics & Sports

  • Meaning and Importance of Biomechanics in Sports
  • Types of movements (Flexion, Extension, Abduction & Adduction)
  • Newton’s Law of Motion & its application in sports
7 BIOTECHNOLOGY 1. UNIT 5- Chapter I-Recombinant DNA Technology
Chapter II- Protein Structure & Engineering
Chapter III- Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics
8 BUSINESS STUDIES Chapter 1: Nature and Significance of Management
Chapter 2: Principles of Management
Chapter 3: Business Environment
Chapter 4: Planning
Chapter 5: Organizing
Chapter 11: Marketing Management
9 HISTORY Theme 1 – Bricks, Beads and Bones
Theme 2 – Kings, Farmers and Towns
Theme 3 –Kinship, Caste and Class
Theme 4 –Thinkers, Beliefs and Buildings
Theme 6 – Bhakti –Sufi Traditions
Theme 7 – An Imperial Capital: Vijayanagara
10 SOCIOLOGY
  • Chapter 2 The Demographic Structure of Indian Society
  • Chapter 3 Social Institutions : Continuity & Change
  • Chapter 5 Patterns of Social Inequality & Change
  • Chapter 6 The Challenges of Cultural Diversity
11 IP
  1. Data Handling using Python Pandas-I
  2. Data Visualization
  3. Societal Impact
12 ECONOMICS Marco Economics:

  • Money and Banking
  • Government Budget
  • Balance of Payment

Indian Economic Development:

  • Condition of India on the eve of independence
  • Indian Economy (1951-1990)
  • Policy of liberalisation, privatisation and Globalisation
  • Poverty
  • Rural Development ( rural credit facilities and agricultural marketing system)
13 COMPUTER SCIENCE Unit I: Computational Thinking and Programming – 2

  • Revision of Python topics covered in Class XI.
  • Functions:
  • Introduction to files
  • Text file
  • Binary file
  • CSV file
14 ENTREPRENEURSHIP UNIT 1: Entrepreneurial Opportunity
UNIT 2: Enterprise Planning
UNIT 5: Business Arithmetic
15 ENGLISH CORE Section A
Reading Comprehension:( Two Passages)

  • Unseen passage (factual, descriptive orliterary/discursive or persuasive)
  • Case Based Unseen(Factual) Passage

Section B
Creative Writing Skills :
Short Writing Tasks

  • Notice Writing
  • Classified Advertisements Long Writing Tasks(One)
  • Letter to an Editor (givingsuggestions or opinion onissues of public interest)
  • Article Writing

Section C
Literature :
Literary-prose/poetry extracts( seen- texts ) to assess
comprehension and appreciation, analysis, inference,
extrapolation

Questions Based on Texts to assess
comprehension and appreciation, analysis, inference,
extrapolation

Book- Flamingo (Prose)

  • The Last Lesson
  • Lost Spring
  • Deep Water

Book-Flamingo (Poetry)

  • My Mother at Sixty-Six
  • An Elementary SchoolClassroom in a Slum
  • Keeping Quiet

Book-Vistas (Prose)

  • The Third Level
  • The Enemy
16 BENGALI
  1. Comprehension(Sandhi, Antonym and Sadhu-chalit)
  2. Grammar-Proverb and idiom-meaning
  3. Prose
    • Ke banchay ke banche
    • Nana ronger din
  4. Poetry
    • Krandanrata jananir pashe
    • Porte jane emon ek mojurer prashno
  5. Supplementary Reader- Amar bangla
    • Garopaharer niche
    • Chhatir bodole hati
  6. Internal Assessment
    • Speaking skill
    • Listening skill
17 COST ACCOUNTING Employability Skills
Unit 1 Communication Skills-IV
Unit 2 Self-Management Skills –IV
Unit 3 ICT Skills –IV
Subject Specific Skills
Unit 1 Single Or Output Costing
Unit 2 Direct Materials
Unit 3 Contract Costing
18 ACCOUNTANCY Part-A
1) Accounting for partnership firm
a) Fundamentals
b) Changes in P.S Ratio
c) Admission of Partner (excluding cap.adj.& B.S)2) Company Accccounts
a) Accounting for sharesPart-B(Analysis of Financial Statement)
1) Financial Statement of Companies
a) Statement of P/L and B.Sheet (as per co.act2013)
b) Financial Statement Analysis (objective Importance & Limitations)
c) Accounting RatiosProject work- 10 marks
19 GEOGRAPHY Part A: Fundamentals of Human GeographyUnit I: Human Geography: Nature and Scope

Unit II: People
Population – distribution, density and growth
Population change – spatial patterns and structure; determinants of population change
Human development – concept; selected indicators, international Comparisons

Unit III: Human Activities
Primary activities – concept and changing trends; gathering, pastoral,
mining, subsistence agriculture, modern agriculture; people engaged
in agricultural and allied activities – some examples from selected
countries

Part B: India: People and Economy

Unit I: People
Population: distribution, density and growth
Migration: International andnational-Typescauses and Consequences

Unit II: Human Settlements
Rural settlements – types and distribution
Urban settlements -types, distribution and functional classification

Unit III: Resources and Development
Water resources – availability and utilization-irrigation, domestic,
industrial and other uses; scarcity of water and conservation methods rain water harvesting and watershed management
Map Work on identification of features based on 1-5 units on the outlinePolitical map of World.

Part C: Practical Work
Unit 1: Processing of Data and Thematic Mapping
Processing of Data and Thematic Mapping
Type and Sources of data: Primary, Secondary and other sources
Tabulating and processing of data; calculation of averages, measures of central tendency

20 POLITICAL SCIENCE
  1. The Cold War Era
  2. The End of Bipolarity
  3. Challenges of Nation Building
  4. India’s Foreign Policy
  5. Politics of Planned Development
  6. United Nations and Principal Organs.
21 HINDI
अपठित गदयाश
●अपठित पदयाश
●अठिवकि और मयधम
आरोह
िकिन ,
कयलेमेघय पयनी दे,
बयजयर दशशन
■ कयव
ठदन जली जली ढलतय है,
कठितय के बहयने, ,
कै रमेबाद अपयठहज ,
सहरशसीकयरय है,

■ ठितयन
ठसलर िेठ ाग, जूझ,
22 FMM
  1. Chapter 1: Analysis of various investment tools (Selected topics)
    • Provident Funds
    • PPF
    • Mutual Funds
  2. Chapter 2: Primary and Secondary Market
    Add on topics:

    • Participants in a Primary Issue
    • Details of Book Building issue
    • Overseas Issues
    • SBTS
    • ISIN
    • Price -Time Priority
    • Clearing & Settlement
    • Arbitration in Details
  3. Chapter 3: Financial Statement Analysis
    Ratio Analysis
  4. Employability Skills
    Unit 5: Green Skills
23 BANKING 1. Unit 1: Article 1.3 Reserve Bank of India

2. Unit 2: Article 2.1 Relationship between Banker & Customer
Article 2.2 Special Types of Customers
Article 2.3 Retail and Wholesale Banking
Article 2.4 Deposit Accounts
Add on topics: NRI Banking
DICGC
Interest Calculations

3. Unit 3: Employment of Bank Funds
Add on topics: Various Term Loans
LAS Account

4. Employability Skills
Unit 1: Communication Skills

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) : B.D.M. INTERNATIONAL Announcement

As per the Circular dated 14/03/2020 from the desk of the Honourable Chief Minister of West Bengal, as a matter of abundant precaution and to keep a check on the spread of Corona Virus (COVID -19), the New session of classes - X and XII will not begin from 18/03/2020. The revised date will be notified soon.