CBSE Syllabus CBSE Curriculum for SA1 SA2 NCERT Syllabus
CBSE Syllabus is the list of topics and subtopics to be covered in the course of study during an academic year. CBSE syllabus includes the summary and gist of content to be gone through during teaching and learning process in a particular grade or class. CBSE issues syllabus booklets for classes 9, 10, 11 and 12. This curriculum is revised every year. For classes 1-8, CBSE does not provide exact content in terms of syllabus but suggests some common components to be followed as given in NCF-2005 and guidelines issues by NCERT. CBSE syllabus for summative assessments, formative assessments and annual examinations with question paper pattern and scheme of examination is given here for free download.
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CBSE syllabus for class-12 is issued by Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi for all the subjects such as English core, Hindi, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, History and other subjects. The new and updated syllabus for current session is available here for free download in PDF format.
Class-11 syllabus for CBSE all subjects in PDF format is given here for free download. CBSE issues syllabus for all the streams in class XI. Syllabus for Science group, Humanities group/ Arts group and commerce group is revised every year by CBSE, New Delhi. The latest syllabus for current session is provided here for download.
CBSE class X syllabus for Maths, Science, Social Science, English, Hindi, Music, FIT and other subjects and languages is provided here for free download in PDF format. CBSE syllabus for CCE Summative Assessment SA-1 and SA-2 with detailed topic list included in these files.
Summative Assessment-1 and Summative assessment-2 (Term-1 and Term-2) syllabus for class-IX in PDF with latest updates and revisions given under this download. CBSE class-9 syllabus is divided into first term and second term. There are two term end exams and four formative assessments in class-9.
CBSE syllabus for class-8 based on latest CCE pattern as per guidelines issued by NCERT, New Delhi is available here for download in PDF format. NCERT drafts the syllabus outline for classes 1-8. These are general syllabus guidelines to be followed while designing the curriculum for elementary classes.
Class-VII syllabus for Science, Maths, English, Hindi, Social Science and other subjects as per the guidelines issued by NCERT and prescribed by CBSE for continuous and comprehensive evaluation is class VII is available here for free download. The CCE syllabus is issued by NCERT, New Delhi.
CCE syllabus for CBSE class-6 as issued by NCERT, New Delhi and prescribed by CBSE for current session is given here for free download. CBSE syllabus for class VI includes indicative guidelines only. The detailed syllabus is prepared by schools based on these guidelines.
NCERT syllabus for CBSE class-V includes guidelines and instructions on curriculum design for English, Hindi, Maths, Science and Social Science. These guidelines as provided by National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi for primary classes.
CBSE do not provide detailed syllabus for primary classes. This syllabus includes general guidelines and learning outcomes in primary classes as framed by NCERT for classes III to V. Schools are advised to prepare the detailed syllabus as per the instructions given.
NCERT syllabus based on CCE pattern for class-3 as provided by NCERT in NCF 2005. The syllabus given here is indicative only. Schools should prepare the detailed syllabus covering all the points given here. Syllabus for class-3 Hindi, English, Maths and EVS is provided here in PDF format.
Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi prepare curriculum document every year for classes 9 to 12. All the stakeholders are advised to abide by the latest syllabus and curriculum issued for particular session. However the syllabus booklet covers each and every aspect of the curriculum, yet the users must keep in touch with CBSE circulars and notifications for time to time updates and modifications in the syllabus.
The CBSE's School Curriculum gets its lead from the National Curriculum Framework (NCF 2005). The paramount guiding principles as proposed by NCF-2005 are
- connecting knowledge to life outside the school,
- ensuring that learning is shifts away from rote methods,
- enriching the curriculum to provide for overall development of children rather than remain textbook centric,
- making examinations more flexible and integrated into classroom life and,
- nurturing an over-riding identity informed by caring concerns within the democratic polity of the country.
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