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1.0 Introduction of Number System

1.1 Irrational Numbers

1.2 Real Numbers and their Decimal Expansions

1.3 Representing Real Numbers on the Number Line

1.4 Operations on Real Numbers

2.0 Introduction of Polynomials

2.1 Polynomials in one variable

2.2 Zeros of a Polynomial

2.3 Remainder Theorem

2.4 Factorisation of Polynomials

2.5 Algebraic Identities

3.0 Introduction of Coordinate geometry

3.1 Cartesian System

3.2 Plotting a Point in the Plane if its Coordinates are Given

3.3 Problems based on Coordinate Geometry

4.0 Introduction of linear Equations in two variables

4.1 Linear Equations

4.2 Solution of a linear Equation

4.3 Graph of a Linear Equation in Two Variables

4.4 Equations of Lines Parallel to the x-axis and y-axis

5.0 Introduction to Euclid's Geometry

5.1 Euclid’s Definitions, Axioms and Postulates

5.2 Equivalent Versions of Euclid’s Fifth Postulate

6.0 Introduction of Lines and Angles

6.1 Basic Terms and Definitions

6.2 Intersecting Lines and Non-intersecting Lines

6.3 Pairs of Angles

6.4 Parallel Lines and a Transversal

6.5 Lines Parallel to the Same Line

6.6 Angle Sum Property of a Triangle

7.0 Introduction of Triangles

7.1 Congruence of Triangles

7.2 Criteria for Congruence of Triangles

7.3 Some Properties of a Triangle

7.4 Some More Criteria for Congruence of Triangles

7.5 Inequalities in a Triangle

8.0 Introduction of quadrilaterals

8.1 Angle Sum Property of a Quadrilateral

8.2 Types of Quadrilaterals

8.3 Properties of a Parallelogram

8.4 Another Condition for a Quadrilateral to be a Parallelogram

8.5 The Mid-point Theorem

9.0 Introduction Of Parallelograms and Triangles

9.1 Figures on the Same Base and Between the Same Parallels

9.2 Parallelograms on the same Base and Between the same Parallels

9.3 Triangles on the same Base and between the same Parallels

10.0 Introduction of Circles

10.1 Circles and Its Related Terms: A Review

10.2 Angle Subtended by a Chord at a Point

10.3 Perpendicular from the Centre to a Chord

10.4 Circle through Three Points

10.5 Equal Chords and Their Distances from the Centre

10.6 Angle Subtended by an Arc of a Circle

10.7 Cyclic Quadrilateral

11.0 Introduction of Constructions

11.1 Basic Constructions

11.2 Some Constructions of Triangles

12.0 Introduction of Heron's Formula

12.1 Area of a Triangle — by Heron’s Formula

12.2 Application of Heron’s Formula in Finding Areas of Quadrilaterals

13.0 Introduction of Surface areas and Volumes

13.1 Surface Area of a Cuboid and a Cube

13.2 Surface Area of a Right Circular Cylinder

13.3 Surface Area of a Right Circular Cone

13.4 Surface Area of a Sphere

13.5 Volume of a Cuboid

13.6 Volume of a Cylinder

13.7 Volume of a Right Circular Cone

13.8 Volume of a Sphere

14.0 Introduction of Statistics

14.1 Collection of Data

14.2 Presentation of Data

14.3 Graphical Representation of Data

14.4 Measures of Central Tendency

15.0 Introduction of Probability

15.1 Problems based on Probability

15.2 Probability – an Experimental Approach

1.0 Chemical Equations

1.1 Types of chemical reactions: Combination Reaction

1.2 Types of chemical reactions: Decomposition Reaction

1.3 Types of chemical reactions: Displacement Reaction

1.4 Types of chemical reactions: Double displacement Reaction

1.5 Effects of Oxidation reactions in Every life

2.0 Introduction of Acids, Bases and Salts

2.1 Chemical Properties of Acids and Bases

2.2 What do all acids and all bases have in common?

2.3 How strong are acid or bases solutions?

2.4 Importance of pH in everyday life

2.5 Salts

3.0 Introduction of Metals and Non-Metals

3.1 Physical properties of metals and non-metals

3.2 Chemical properties of metals

3.3 How do metals and non-metals react?

3.4 Occurrence of metals

3.5 Corrosion

4.0 Introduction of carbon

4.1 Bonding in carbon- The covalent bond

4.2 Versatile Nature of Carbon

4.3 Nomenclature of carbon compounds

4.4 Chemical Properties of carbon compounds

4.5 Ethanol and Ethanoic Acid

4.6 Soaps and Detergents

5.0 Introduction of Elements

5.1 Early attempts at the classification of element

5.2 Mendeleev's Periodic Table

5.3 The modern periodic table

6.0 Introduction of life processes

6.1 Nutrition

6.2 Nutrition in Human Beings

6.3 Respiration

6.4 Transportation in human beings

6.5 Transporation in Plants

6.6 Excretion

7.0 Introduction of control and coordination

7.1 Animal Nervous System

7.2 Human Brain

7.3 Coordination in Plants

7.4 Hormones in Animals

8.0 Organisms Reproduce

8.1 Modes of reproduction used by single organisms-I

8.2 Modes of reproduction used by single organisms-II

8.3 Sexual Reproduction in plants

8.4 Sexual Reproduction in humans

9.0 Accumulation of variation during reproduction

9.1 Heredity

9.2 Evolution

9.3 Speciation

9.4 Evolution and Classification

9.5 Evolution by stages

9.6 Evolution should not be equated with progress

10.0 Reflection of light

10.1 Spherical MirrorsMirror formula and magnification

10.2 Refraction of light

10.3 Refrection by spherical lenses

10.4 lens formula, Magnification and power of lens

11.0 The Human Eye

11.1 Defects of vision and their correction

11.2 Refraction of light through a prism

11.3 Dispersion of white light by a glass prism

11.4 Atmospheric Refraction

11.5 Scattering of light

12.0 Electric Current and Circuit

12.1 Electric Potential and Potential Difference

12.2 Circuit Diagram

12.3 Ohm's law

12.4 Factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends

12.5 Resistance of a system of resistors

12.6 Heating Effect of electric current

13.0 Magnetic field and field lines

13.1 Magnetic field due to a current carrying conductor

13.2 Force on a current- carrying conductor in a magnetic field

13.3 Electric Motor

13.4 Electromagnetic Induction

13.5 Electric Generator

13.6 Domestic Electric Circuits

14.0 Energy and Its Sources

14.1 Conventional Sources of Energy

14.2 Alternative or Non-Conventional sources of energy

14.3 Environmental Consequences

15.0 Eco System and its components

15.1 Food chains and Webs

15.2 How do our activities affect the environment?

16.0 Management of Natural Resources

16.1 Need to manage our resourcesForests and Wildlife

16.2 Water for all

16.3 Coal and Petroleum

1.0 Comprehension Passage

2.0 Poetry

3.0 Informal Letter

4.0 Formal Letter

5.0 Notice Writing

6.0 Essay Writing

7.0 Articles

8.0 Nouns

9.0 Adjectives

10.0 Verbs

11.0 Adverbs

12.0 Prepositions

13.0 Conjuctions

14.0 Punctuation

15.0 The Sentences

16.0 Tenses

17.0 Active and Passive Voice

18.0 Subject Verb Agreement

19.0 Editing

20.0 Omitting

21.0 Reported Speech

22.0 Phrases and Clauses

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