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CBSE 10+2 Class Syllabus for 2013 – 2014

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CBSE 10+2 Class Syllabus

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is an education board for the private and public schools which comes under Union Government of India. The main aim of the training, research, innovation and academic unit of the CBSE is to get academic excellence through conceptualizing policies. The Unit aims to provide scheme of curriculum, studies, textual material, enrichment activities, academic guidelines, capacity building programmes and support material. The Board provides a comfortable learning environment that will develop confident, enterprising and competent citizens who further promotes peace and harmony. It provides the most vibrant holistic school education that will help students to grow in every sphere of their life. CBSE 10+2 Class Syllabus for 2013 – 2014

Students normally choose different streams after 10th grade and these streams involve different subjects in which students do specializations in future. Below we have discussed about the streams and the subjects as well as topics it involves.

Commerce: The subjects it involves are Accountancy, Business studies, Economics, English and Maths

a) Accountancy: topics are: 1. Accounting for Partnership Firms – Fundamentals

2. Accounting for Partnership Firms – Reconstitution  and Dissolution

3. Accounting for Share Capital

4. Accounting for Debentures

5. Analysis of Financial Statements

6. Cash Flow Statement

7. Overview of Computerised

Accounting System

8. Accounting Applications of Electronic Spread sheet

9. Using Computerized Accounting System

10. Data Base Management System

b) Business studies: Topics are 1. Introduction to Management

2. Principles of Management

3.  Planning

4. Staffing

5. Business Environment

6. Organizing

7. Directing

8. Controlling

9. Consumer Protection

10. Financial Markets

11. Financial Management

12. Marketing Management

C) Economics: topics are: 1. Introduction

2. Consumer Equilibrium and Demand

3. Producer Behaviour and Supply

4. Forms of Market and Price Determination

5. Simple applications of Tools of demand and supply

6. National Income and Related Aggregates

7. Money and Banking

8. Determination of Income and Employment

9. Government Budget and the Economy

10. Balance of Payments

 D) Maths: Topics are: 1. Algebra

2. Probability

3. Relations and Functions

4. Calculus

5. Geometry

6. Linear Programming

E) English: topics are: 1. Advanced Writing Skills

2. Textual questions

3. Reading unseen passages

4. Conversation skills

5. Long reading Text-Novel

Science: The subjects it involves are chemistry, Physics, Biology, English and Maths.

a) English: topics are: 1. Advanced Writing Skills

2. Textual questions

3. Reading unseen passages

4. Conversation skills

5. Long reading Text-Novel

b) Maths: Topics are: 1. Algebra

2. Probability

3. Relations and Functions

4. Calculus

5. Geometry

6. Linear Programming

c) Chemistry: Topics are: 1. Solid

2. Solutions

3. Electrochemistry

4. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

5. Coordination Compounds

6. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic etc.

d) Biology: topics are: 1. Sexual Reproduction

2. Biotechnology and Its Applications

3. Genetics and Evolution

4. Ecology and Environment

5. Biology and Human Welfare

e) Physics: topics are: 1. Electrostatics

2. Magnetic effect of currem & Magnetism

3. Electromagnetic Waves

4. Current Electricity

5. Electromagnetic induction and Alternating current

6. Deal Nature of Matter

7. Optics etc.

Arts: The subjects it involves are political science, history, economics, English and geography.

a) Economics: topics are: 1. Introduction

2. Consumer Equilibrium and Demand

3. Producer Behaviour and Supply

4. Forms of Market and Price Determination

5. Simple applications of Tools of demand and supply

6. National Income and Related Aggregates

7. Money and Banking

8. Determination of Income and Employment

9. Government Budget and the Economy

10. Balance of Payments

b) English: topics are: 1. Advanced Writing Skills

2. Textual questions

3. Reading unseen passages

4. Conversation skills

5. Long reading Text-Novel

c) Political Science: topics are: 1. Cold War Era in World Politics

2. South Asia in the Post-Cold War Era

3. Security in Contemporary World

4. Politics of Planned Development etc.

d) History: it involves units: 1. Themes in Indian History Part-I

2. Themes in Indian History Part-II

3. Themes in Indian History Part-III

4. Map Work

f) Geography: it involves topics: 1. Fundamentals of Human Geography

2. India: People and Economy

3. Practical Work

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