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ICSE 10th Class Syllabus for 2013 – 2014

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ICSE 10th Class Syllabus

ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) 2013-2014 is an examination held by Council for Indian School Certificate Examination. It is a non-governmental, private board of education for school in India. This has been planned to provide an exam related to general education, also involving recommendations of Indian New Education Policy (1986), through English medium. The examination allows safe proper representation of governments in charge for the schools (affiliated) within their territories/states. For this examination private students cannot appeared as they are not allowed to do so. Those students who will appear for the exam in 2014 they can see the syllabus here. We are showing you the ICSE syllabus for 10th class. To know more details about the syllabus look below:

ICSE 10th Class Syllabus

1. English: This will include:

Paper I- English Language (80marks)

Internal Assessment (20 marks)

Paper II- English Literature (80 marks)

Internal Assessment (20 marks)

2. Second Languages- Indian Languages: You may choose from any of the Indian languages such as kannada, Oriya, Telugu, Urdu, Khasi, Malayalam, Marathi, Lepscha, Assamese, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Bengali etc.

3. Modern Foreign Languages- Group I: The languages that can be taken as Spanish, French, German and other foreign languages.

4. History and Civics paper I (HCG): The Civics syllabus includes topics like The Legislature, The Executive, and The Judiciary etc. The syllabus for history includes topics such as The Indian National Movement, The Contemporary World etc.

5. Geography Paper- II (HCG): This part of the syllabus includes Map of India,

Interpretation of Topographical maps, Location, extent and Physical features, Soils in India, Transport, The Climate of India, Water Resources, Natural Vegetation in India, industries in India, Mineral resources in India and Agriculture in India.

6. Environmental Education: includes topics like: restoring balance in ecosystem, pollution, issues related to environment and striving for a better environment.

7. Mathematics: Topics are: commercial Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Statistics and Probability.

8. Science: This subject has been divided into 3 parts:

a) Biology: included topics are Basic Biology, Plant Physiology, Human          Anatomy and Physiology, Physical Health and Hygiene

b) Physics: include topics like Force, work, energy and Power, Light, Sound, Electricity and Magnetism, Heat, Modern Physics.

c) Chemistry: include topics like Variations of properties and Periodic Properties- Physical and Chemical, Chemical Bonding, Study of bases, salts and Acids, Analytical chemistry, Mole Concept & Stoichiometry, Electrolysis, Metallurgy and Study of Compounds.

9) Economics: The course also includes economics syllabus too which includes basic topics like: Demand and Supply, Factors of production, Alternative market structures, Money and banking, State & Economic Development.

10) Commercial Studies: Topics that are the part of the syllabus are Insurance and logistics, Human resources, Finance and Accounting, Communication, Marketing and Stakeholders in the Commercial Organizations.

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