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 Introduction of Matter
1.1 Physical Nature of Matter
1.2 Characteristics of Particles of Matter
1.3 States of Matter
1.4 Can Matter change its states?
2.0 What is mixture?
2.1 What is solution?
2.2 Separating the components of a mixture-I
2.3 Separating the components of a mixture-II
2.4 Physical and Chemical Changes
2.5 Types of pure Substances
3.0 Laws of Chemical Combination
3.1 What is an Atom?
3.2 What is a Molecule?
3.3 Writing Chemical Formulae
3.4 Molecular Mass and Mole concept
4.0 Introduction of Atoms
4.1 Charged Particle in Matter
4.2 Thomson's Model of an Atom
4.3 Rutherford's model of an Atom
4.4 Bohr's Model of atom
4.5 How are electrons distributed in different orbits?
4.7 Atomic Number and Mass Number
5.0 What are living organisms made up of?
5.1 Plasma membrane or cell membrane
5.2 Cell wall & Nucleus
5.4 Cell Organelles
6.0 Introduction of Tissues
6.1 Are plants and animals made of same types of tissues?
6.2 Plant Tissues
6.3 Animal Tissues: Epithelial Tissue
6.4 Animal Tissues: Connective Tissue
6.5 Animal Tissues: Muscular Tissue
6.6 Animal Tissues: Nervous Tissue
7.0 Introduction of living organisms
7.1 What is the basis of classification?
7.2 Classification and Evolution
7.3 The Hierarchy of Classification groups
7.5 Animalia-I (Porifera, coelenterata, platyhelminthes, nematoda)
7.6 Animalia-II (Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Protochordata)
7.7 Animalia-III (Vertebrata)
8.0 Describing Motion
8.1 Rate of Motion & Rate of change of velocity
8.2 Graphical representation of Motion
8.3 Equations of motion by graphical method
8.4 Uniform Circular Motion
9.0 Force and its type
9.1 Laws of Motion: First Law
9.2 Laws of Motion: Second Law
9.3 Laws of Motion: Third Law
9.4 Conservation of momentum
10.0 Gravitation and its law
10.1 Free Fall
10.2 Mass and Weight
10.3 Thrust and Pressure
10.4 Archimedes' Principle
11.0 Work and scientific conception of work
11.1 Work done by a constant Force
11.2 Energy and its Form
11.3 Kinetic Energy
11.4 Potential Energy
11.5 Rate of doing work
12.0 Sound and Production of sound
12.1 Propagation of sound
12.2 Characteristics of a sound wave
12.3 Reflection of sound
12.4 Range of hearing
12.5 Applications of Ultrasound
12.6 Structure of Human Ear
13.0 Health and its Failure?
13.1 Disease and its causes
13.2 Infection Diseases: Infection Agent
13.3 Infection Diseases: Means of Spread
13.4 Infection Diseases: Organ-specific and tissue specific manifestations
13.5 Infection Diseases: Principles of Treatment & Prevention
14.0 Introduction of Natural Resources
14.1 The breath of Life: Air
14.2 Water: A Wonder Liquid
14.3 Biogeochemical Cycles: The water-Cycle
14.4 Biogeochemical Cycles: The Nitrogen-Cycle
14.5 Biogeochemical Cycles: The Carbon-Cycle
14.6 Biogeochemical Cycles: The Oxygen-Cycle
14.7 Ozone Layer
15.0 Introduction of Food resources
15.1 Improvement in crop yields
15.2 Crop production Management
15.3 Irrigation & Cropping Patterns
15.4 Crop protection Management
15.5 Animal Husbandry
15.6 Fish Production
1.0 Comprehension Passage
3.0 Informal Letter
4.0 Formal Letter
5.0 Notice Writing
6.0 Essay Writing
15.0 The Sentences
17.0 Active and Passive Voice
18.0 Subject Verb Agreement
21.0 Reported Speech
22.0 Phrases and Clauses
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