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Download CBSE Syllabus for 2017-18

cbse syllabus 2017-18
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CBSE has issued updated syllabus for classes 9 to 12 for the session 2017-2018. The latest syllabus/ curriculum for classes 9 and 10 is based on annual examination pattern. Now there will be no SA-1 and SA-2 examinations in classes 9 and 10. CBSE Syllabus for 2017-18 has some changes as compare to previous year. It is advised to go through the new syllabus and be in touch with CBSE official site or myCBSEguide for updates and modifications in CBSE syllabus during the session.

CBSE Syllabus for 2017-18

Download CBSE Syllabus 2017-18 for class 9

Download CBSE Syllabus 2017-18 for class 10

Download CBSE Syllabus 2017-18 for class 11

Download CBSE Syllabus 2017-18 for class 12

CBSE Syllabus for 2017-18 Highlights

CBSE class 9 and 10 examination will be conducted for 80 marks. In class 9, the schools will conduct annual exam and in class 10 the exam will be conducted by CBSE itself. Thus, there will be compulsory board exam in class 10 this year onwards.

Another major change is discontinuation of CCE term system. Now, students will have to prepare the whole book for year-end board exams. This year, students have to work harder to get good marks in exams.

In class 9 and 10 languages (English and Hindi) the assessment of listening and speaking skills will be part of 20 marks assessment conducted by schools. Weightage to questions from text books and grammar section have been increased this year.

In class 9 and 10 Science, Total number of questions are reduced to 27 from 36 last year. Now there will be only 6 questions of 2 mark each in practical section. Three marks questions are reduced to 10 from 12 last year.

In class 9 and 10 Mathematics, four markers are reduced to 8. Last year there were 11 such questions. Vary short answer type questions are increased to 6. Previous year such one mark questions were only 4. Thus, Mathematics question paper will be a bit shorter this year.

To get latest updates and modification circular on CBSE Syllabus for 2017-18, keep in touch with CBSE official website and myCBSEguide.com.

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