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ST.

XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2016-17


Syllabus for -

SOCIAL SCIENCE

for Class-IX

SUMMARY

UNITS

THEMES/DATES/
PERIODS

OBJECTIVES

TERM - 1

History

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

I.

The French
Revolution
30st March-29th Apr
(15 periods)

Understanding theme with the


different types of ideas that
inspired the revolution.

ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( 22nd April 29th April)
Poverty

Rise of Nazism
4th Jul-22nd Jul (15
periods)

Discuss the critical significance


of Nazism in shaping the
politics of modern world.

ASSESSMENT 2

III.

Class Test( 9th May 13th


May ) (Chapter-1)

Civics
Democracy in The
Contemporary World
2nd May- 13 May (10
periods)

Understand how different


historical processes and forces
have promoted democracy.

ASSESSMENT 3. Scrap
book on the evolution of
democratic ideas

What is Democracy?
Why Democracy?
25th Jul-5st Aug

Develop conceptual skills of


defining democracy.

Constitutional Design
22nd Aug- 9th Sep (10
periods)

Introduction to the process of


Constitution making.

Group discussion Why


there is a need of
democracy ?
Class Activity-

IV.

Economics
The Economic Story
of Palampur
20th Jun-1st jul

Understanding some basic


economic concepts through an
imaginary story of a village.

Assessment 4
Group Activity (25th July -1st
August)

People as Resource
Aug 8th 19th Aug (10
periods)

Sensitization of students that


people as resource can
participate and contribute in
nation building.

Class Activity-Ass. 5
ASSESSMENT- 6
Copy correction ( 6th -9th
September)

TERM 2
Forest Society and
Colonialism
3rd Oct - Sep (12
periods)

History
Look at the impact of
colonialism on forest.

ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project ( 18th-27th
October )

Bio-diversity

Sports and Politic


24th Nov-15th Dec (12
periods)

Introduce students to some of


the stories in cricket that have
historical significance

III.

ASSESSMENT 2
Individual Activity.
ASSESSMENT 3
Class Test ( chapter no. 4 )
Objective Type( 2 sets)

Civics
Electoral Politics
Oct-31st Oct (9
periods)
Working of
Institutions
16th Dec-9th Jan (9
periods)
Citizens Rights in
Democracy
27th Jan-6th Feb (9
periods)

Understanding our electoral


system and reasons for
choosing this.
Understanding the
parliamentary system of
executives accountability to
the legislature.
To develop citizens awareness
of their rights.

IV.

Class Activity
Class Discussion
Assessment 5
Class Test ( 9th 13th
January)
Civics Chapter no. 5
Class Activity
Bulletin Board Display
Collect news clipping
related to violation of right

Economics
Poverty as a
Challenge
3rd Nov-21st Nov (9
periods)

Understanding of poverty as
challenge and sensitization of
the students.

Food Security
12th Jan-23rd Jan (9
periods)

Appreciate and criticality looks


at the role of government in
ensuring food supply.

Assessment 4
Group Activity (8th 14th
December)
Economics
Class Activity
Group Discussion

ASSESSMENT 6 ( 24th 30th January ) 5

As per CBSE : Individual Activity - Disaster Management

DISCIPLINE: Students are suppose to maintain class decorum, any students who will try to
disturbed the class action will be taken
TEXT BOOKS: Students are requested to bring their NCERT text book every day according to
instruction given by their teacher.
NOTE COPIES: Please keep separate note copies for history, civics and economics.
EVALUTION OF COPIES: After completing each chapter respected teacher will collect the copies for
correction, if student will not summit within 3 days he/she will get diary remarks.
ASSIGNMENTS: Not submitted on time will carry minus one mark per day.
GROUP DIVISION: Class will be divided into TEN groups by respected teacher for group and integrated
project in the beginning of the session, groups will remain same throughout the session.

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH (2016-17)


ACADEMIC PLAN FOR GENERAL SCIENCE (CLASS-9ABC)
WORK IS WORSHIP
- ABHISHEK MITRA
st
DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY 1 Semester(April September)
THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

A)Food
1)IMPROVEMENT OF
FOOD RESOURCES:
PLANT AND ANIMALS
st

th

Plant and animal breeding and selection for quality improvement and
management; use of fertilizers, manures; protection
from pests and diseases; organic farming.

Individual work:
Students will be asked to
prepare a collage/poster
on organic farming.

Cell - Basic Unit of life : Cell as a basic unit of life; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells,
multicellular organisms; cell
membrane and cell wall, cell organelles; chloroplast, mitochondria, vacuoles,
endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus;
Nucleus, chromosomes - basic structure, number.

Group work:
Quiz can be conducted
with the help of ppt
presentation and visuals
in the demonstration
room to generate more
interest in both the
chapters.

(31 MARCH-9 MAY)

B) Organization in
the living world
1)THE
FUNDAMENTAL
UNIT OF LIFE: CELL
th

TH

(19 JUNE-8 AUGUST)

2)TISSUES
TH

TH

(12 AUG-12 SEP)

TISSUES, Organs, Organ System, Organism;


Structure and functions of animal and plant tissues (four types in animals;
meristematic and permanent tissues in plants).

SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY 2nd SEMESTER (October March )


C) The World of
The Living

1. Diversity in the
living world
(7th OCT- 19thDec)

2. Why do we fall
ill?
(5thJan 30thJan)

D) OUR
ENVIRONMENT
1.NATURAL
RESOURCES
(2nd Feb-13th Feb)

Biological Diversity: Diversity of plants and animals - basic issues in


scientific naming, basis of classification.
Hierarchy of categories / groups, Major groups of plants (salient features)
(Bacteria, Thalophyta, Bryophyta,
Pteridophyta, gymnosperms and Angiosperms). Major groups of animals
(salient features) (Non-chordates upto
phyla and chordates upto classes).
Health and Diseases: Health and its failure. Infectious and Non-infectious
diseases, their causes and manifestation.
Diseases caused by microbes (Virus, Bacteria and protozoans) and their
prevention, Principles of treatment and prevention. Pulse polio
programmes.

Our environment Physical resources: Air, Water, Soil. Air for respiration, for
combustion, for moderating temperatures; movements of air and its role in
bringing rains across India. Air, water and soil pollution (brief introduction).
Holes in ozone layer and the probable damages. Bio-geo chemical cycles in
nature: Water, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen

REFLECTION:

MCQ test based on the


knowledge gained in
this chapter shall be
conducted.
Exploration:
The students shall be
asked to work in groups
to make an assignment
report on the most
prevalent diseases in and
around his/her town.
Reflection:
In pairs students can
work out to find out the
reasons for the
disturbance of the
biogeochemical cycles

THEME

DETAILED SYLLABUS OF CHEMISTRY 1st Semester(April September)


ASSESSMENT TOOLS
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

A)MATERIALS
a) Matter in our
Surroundings
(30st March to 2nd May)

b) Is matter around us
pure?
(30th JUNE to
2ndSEPTEMBER)

Individual work
Definition of matter; solid, liquid and gas; characteristics - shape, volume,
density; change of state-melting (absorption
of heat), freezing, evaporation (cooling by evaporation), condensation,
sublimation, physical nature and Characteristics of particles of matter,
Plasma state and Bose-Einstein Condensate.

Nature of matter: Elements, compounds and mixtures. Heterogeneous


and homogenous mixtures, solution, colloids and suspensions;
separating the components of a mixture; physical and chemical
changes.

Several simple activities will be conducted to explain the


different concepts in the above mentioned chapters.

Collect knowledge about


the IVth and Vth state of
matter.

Group work:
Quiz can be conducted
with the help of ppt
presentation and visuals
in the demonstration
room to generate more
interest in the chapter

M.C.Q TEST
Based on knowledge
gained at the end of
each chapter.

2nd Semester (October 2013 March 2014)


B) MATTER-NATURE
AND BEHAVIOUR

a) Atoms and Molecules


(7th OCT to 27th NOV)

b) Structure of Atoms
(5th DEC to 10th FEB)

Concept of atom and molecules; laws of chemical combination- Law of


conservation of mass, Law of constant proportions; Daltons atomic theory;
atomic symbols; atomic mass; ions; how to deduce chemical formulae of
different compounds, valency;
Mole Concept: Relationship of mole to mass of the particles and numbers.

Structure of atom: discovery of charged particles; Electrons, protons and


neutrons; cathode and anode rays; Thompsons atomic model,
Rutherfords atomic model, Bohrs atomic model; Drawbacks of different
atomic models; isotopes and isobars, applications of isotopes

Individual work:
Students will be
expected to apply the
concepts taught in this
chapter to solve the
assignment sheets
provided by the
teacher.
REFLECTION:
Q.Diagrammatically
differentiate between the
different atomic models
and even mention their
drawbacks.

LIST OF ASSESSMENTS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2016-17 FOR STD IXth
SEMESTER-1(30th MARCH to 21st SEPTEMBER)
1. INTEGRATED PROJECT (22nd-29th April); 10 marks
2. CLASS TEST-Ch-1, 8, 15 (9th- 13thMay); 10 marks
3. NUMERICAL BASED WORKSHEET: - Chapter-8, (27thJune 1st July); 10 marks
4. GROUP ACTIVITY- (Field trip) To present a seminar on the topics given by the teacher (25thJuly- 1st Aug); 10
marks
5. CLASS TEST- Ch-2, 6, 9 (1st -4th Sep); 10 marks
6. SCIENCE PRACTICAL EXAM (11th -19th Aug); 10 marks

SEMESTER-2 (3rd OCTOBER to 16th FEBRUARY)


1. INTEGRATED PROJECT (18th 27th Oct); 10 marks
2. NUMERICAL BASED WORKSHEET: - Thrust & Pressure, Work (8th 15th Nov); 10 marks
3. CLASS TEST-Ch-3(Mole Concept), Ch-7 (up to Plant Kingdom), and Ch-10 (Thrust & Pressure) (28th-30th Nov); 10
marks
4. GROUP ACTIVITY- To prepare an assignment report on the various applications of ultrasonic sound waves and
infrasonic sound waves. (8th-14th Dec); 10 marks
5. CLASS TEST- 4, 11, 13 (9th-13thJan); 10 marks

6. SCIENCE PRACTICAL EXAM (24th-30th Jan); 10 marks

POINTS TO BE NOTED:Some basic rules to be followed in the class:


Be disciplined and respectful.
Be punctual and regular.
The students are supposed to bring their NCERT books along with the respective notebook
everyday in the class.
The students are expected to be well informed about the various assignment tests and home
assignments given to them but if any student gets absent on any day when any assignment is
given then they are supposed to approach the concerned teacher personally.
Those students who will not follow the above mentioned rules deliberately shall be liable to get
penalized. There can be deduction of about 50% marks straightway. They may even asked for
written explanation signed by their parents.
Any late back approach concerning the assignments given to the students shall not be excused
provided there is any legitimate reason behind it which will be on the discretion of the teacher
concerned.
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Subject- PHYSICS 1st Semester (30th March to 20th September2016) Class-9th


Units

Themes/Date

I. Moving
Things

1. Motion
30th Mar-13th May

Learning Objectives

II. Motion
Laws

2. Force and Laws


of Motion

20th June- 29th July

III.
Mechanics
of Gravity

3. Gravitation (i)
1st Aug- 2nd Sep

Assessment
Tools/Projects

Understanding difference between Distance


and Displacement, Uniform and NonUniform motion, Speed and Velocity,
Acceleration and Retardation.
Knowing the equations of Uniformly
Accelerated Motion.
Representation of Motion : Distance-Time
Graphs and Speed-Time Graphs (or
Velocity-Time Graphs)
Derivation of equation of motion by
graphical method.
Understanding about uniform circular
motion and to calculate the speed of a body
in uniform circular motion.

INDIVIDUAL WORK
Numerical based
worksheet shall be
provided to them to check
their level of
understanding.

Understanding effects of force: Balanced


and Unbalanced forces.
Newton Laws of Motion (Law of inertia,
Momentum and action-reaction forces) and
its application.
Knowing the conservation of Momentum.

APPLICATION OF
KNOWLEDGE
MCQ test based on
chapter shall be taken.

Universal law of Gravitation, Gravitation


force between objects of small and big size.
Keplers law of planetary motion, Newtons
third law of motion and gravitation,
Freely falling bodies and acceleration due to
gravity.
Difference between mass and weight.

GROUP WORK:
In group of 4, students
will discuss about the
variation of acceleration
due to gravity due to
shape of earth, height and
depth.

Revision-3rd to 20th September 2016

Subject- PHYSICS 2nd Semester (3rd October to 17th February) Class-9th


Units

Themes/Date

IV.
Mechanics
of Fluid.

3. Gravitation (ii)

V.
Mechanical
Properties

4. Work and
Energy

3rd Oct- 11th Nov

15th Nov- 22nd Dec

Learning Objectives

Difference between Thrust and Pressure


Pressure in fluids and Buoyancy
Archimedes Principle
Floating and sinking
Difference between Density and Relative
Density

Work and its unit


Work done against gravity, work done by a
force acting obliquely
Positive, Negative and Zero Work
Energy and its unit
Different forms of energy- KE, PE
Power and its units
Commercial unit of energy- KWH
Transformation of energy and energy
converters
Law of conservation of energy

VI. Waves

5. Sound

3rd Jan- 3rd Feb

Understanding sound travels in the form of


wave and sound waves are longitudinal in
nature.
Characteristics of sound wave- wavelength,
amplitude, time period, frequency and velocity
Production and propagation of sound
Speed of sound, reflection of sound and echo
Knowing the frequency range of hearing in
humans.
Ultrasound and SONAR
Loudness, pitch and quality of sound
Human ear

Assessment
Tools/Projects
INDIVIDUAL WORK
Numerical based
worksheet shall be
provided to them to check
their level of
understanding.
GROUP WORK:
In group of 4, students
will discuss about the
work done by the and on
the system, work done on
circular path.

APPLICATION OF
KNOWLEDGE
MCQ test based on
chapter shall be taken

Revision- 4th Feb to 17th Feb 2017

Academic goal: Since all the above-mentioned chapters have been already introduced to the students in their previous classes, the
goal of Physics at the level of Std. 9th is to correlate their previous knowledge with newer concepts on the given topics and help the
students to apply the same in this Class and real life problems.

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2016-17


FOUNDATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY for Class-IX
SYLLABUS
UNIT

FIRST SEMESTER
THEME

I.

II.

III.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

BASICS OF
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
30thMarch-25th April
COMPUTING
TECHNOLOGY

Convergence of Technologies.

OPERATING SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION TO
WINDOWS
26th April -14th May

Basic concepts of Operating System and its functions (GNU Linux)


Using Mouse and moving icons on the screen, My Computer,
Recycle Bin, etc.

BASIC WINDOWS
ACCESSORIES
I/O DEVICES
COMPUTER LANGUAGES

Notepad, Paint, Calculator, WordPad, using Clipboard.

TYPE OF SOFTWARE
20thJune 1st Aug

Computer System

Keyboard, Mouse, Printer, etc.


Machine Language, Assembly Language and high level Languages,
Role of assembler and Compiler
System Software (Operating System) Application Software
(General purpose application software

IV.

WORD PROCESSING
TOOL
1st Aug- 31st Aug

Introduction to a Word Processor

V.

MAIL MERGE
REVISION

Using simple mathematical expressions. Tracks changes.

31st AUG- 20TH SEP

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS/MODE
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
ASSESSMENT-1
(April22ndto 29th)
(Integrated Project)
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-2 (May
9thto 13th) (Class Test)
(Based on operating
system and windows)
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
ASSIGNMENT3(Individual Activity)
June 27 to July 1st
Based on Unit III
ASSIGNMENT-4
July 25th to Aug 1st
(Group Activity)
CLASS WORK, HOME
WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-5
(Class Test) Aug 16th to
24th
(Based on unit IV)
CLASS WORK,HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK, ASSIGNMENT6(individual Activity)
6th to 9th Sep.

SECOND SEMESTER
UNIT
VI.

THEME
COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Computer Networking

3rdOCT-29thOCT

VII
SPREADSHEET TOOL

Introduction to Presentation Graphics, Understanding the concept of


Slide Shows,

8thNOV-15thDEC

VIII.

PRESENTATION TOOLS

IX.

16th Dec JAN 17


ITS APPLICATIONS

Introduction to Spreadsheets

Students are suggested to work on the following areas using Word


Processing, Presentation and Spreadsheet Tools.

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS/MODE
CLASS WORK ,HOME
WORK
ASSIGNMENT-1
Integrated Project)
18th Oct to 27th Oct
(Based on unit VI)
CLASS WORK,HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-2, 8thNov
to 15th Nov
(individual Activity)
ASSIGNMENT-3
28thNov to 30th Nov
(Class Test)
ASSIGNMENT-4
8th Dec to 14th Dec
(Group Activity
CLASS WORK,HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-5
9th Jan to 13th Jan
(Class Test)
ASSIGNMENT-6
24th Jan to 30th Jan
(individual Activity)

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2016-17


English Syllabus
Class 9th
UN
IT
I.

THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

30th March to 6th April

-Read fluently, pronounce correctly,


deduce meaning of from contextual
clues.
-Understand the importance of
education, the important role of a
teacher, intensity of desire to learn
-use of suitable adjectives in a given
context
-Understand figures of speech, poetic
devices-Alliteration , images ,
personification
-critical appreciation of the poem
-enhance word power
-appreciating autobiographical poem
-Understand the message and meaning
of the poem.
-Poetic devices: Metaphors, rhyme
scheme
Understand Verb and. Subject verb
agreement

Answer questions related to


the text pg. 7-8
Exercises from Literature
Reader
Speech Delivery

How I Taught my
Grandmother to Read
(LR)

II.

7th April to 14th April


The Brook (LR)

III.

18thApril to 29th April


The Road Not Taken
( LR)

IV.

2nd May to 10th May


Verb Forms ( Work
Book)
People (MCB)
11thMay to 13th May

V.

VI.

20th June to 23rd June


The Solitary Reaper
(LR)

VII.

24th June to 30th June


& 25th to 29th July
Three Men in a
Boat(Novel)
Part - I

VIII

1st July to 8th July


Determiner (Workbook)

IX.

11th to 15th July


Adventure (MCB)

X.

18th July to 22th July


A Dog Named Duke

-Develops E-mail writing, Report


Writing, Descriptive writing ,
Organizing and sequencing a story
-Expressing ideas creatively Speech
writing
-Understand the poem as an example
of the romantic genre of poetry
-Reads according to the rhyming
scheme, Pronounce correctly
-Identifying other poetic devices usedmetaphor, simile, alliteration , imagery
words etc
-Enhancing the ability to comprehend
long reading, Identifying characters and
their important roles in the story.
-Deducing meaning from the context

Deducing the utility of


determiners.Know about different
types of determiners and able to use
them in context
Reading with comprehension. Learn
specific vocabulary related to journey
and adventure; use of proper
punctuation marks. Develop Paragraph
Writing, Article Writing
Reading and Comprehending the text.
-Identifying the qualities of the
character displayed during his struggle
for survival.
-Writing a diary entry

ASSESSMENT DATE

Worksheets dealing with


vocabulary and phrases
Textual questions and MCQs

An MCQ worksheet
Fill in the blanks
Textual questions in pg-66

Worksheets in the Workbook


Editing
Report Writing
E-mail writing
Writing a Speech using CODER
MCB Worksheets

Assignment-1
Integrated Project
Topic:
(22ndApril29th April)

Assessment -2 Class
Test
(9th May to 13th May)
Unit:- I ,II & III

MCQ worksheet
Questions in pg-73

Students are divided in groups


and assigned chapters from the
Novel for their
presentation(Assessment 4 in
July)

Assessment 3
Individual Activity
27th June to 1st July
Essay Writing
competition of 13th
May will be taken up
as an Assessment-3

Fill in the blanks


Match the following
Report Writing
MCB Worksheets
Puzzle solving
Article Writing

Answering questions in pg.19


Attempt MCQs

Assessment -4 Group
Activity
25 July to 1 Aug
Group Presentation
Unit -VII
Students are divided in
groups and assigned
chapters from the Novel
for their presentation

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2016-17


English Syllabus
Class 9th
XI.

2nd Aug to 3rd Aug


ASL

XII.

4th Aug to 10th Aug


Villa For Sale (LR)

XIII

11th Aug to 17th Aug


Future Time Reference
(WB)

XIV

18th Aug to 31st Aug


Modals (WB)

XV.

1st to 6th Sept


Lord Ullins Daughter
.
(LR)

XVI

XVI
I

th

th

7 to 13 Sept
Environment(MCB)

-To enable and enhance the speaking


ability, to develop logical and
argumentative presentation of the
opinion
-To develop the ability of purposeful
listening and to have general
understanding
-Analyse characters and situation.
-Appreciate the Humor.
-Deduce meaning from contextual
clues.
-Understanding future tense and its
parts.
-Recalling and Correlating experiences.
-Internalize modals and its
characteristics
-Know about different types of modals
and its uses
-Able to use them in order to express
oneself
-Identifying the features that makes it
one of the popular most romantic
poems.
-Comprehending the meaning of the
poem the tragedy associated with it
-able to identify the rhyme-scheme &
improve word-power
Deducing meaning of unfamiliar words;
analysing, interpreting, extracting,
inferring and evaluating information.
Develop Report , Formal Letter and
Dialogue Writing

Fill in the blanks


RTCs
Textual questions in pg-108
Worksheets in the LR
Picture analysis
Match the following
Paragraph Writing using future
time reference
Sentence completion
Paragraph Writing
Letter Writing

MCQs and fill in the blanks


Textual questions in pg-78 & 79
Debate

Assessment -5 Class
Test
16th Aug to 24th Aug
ASSET type test

Assessment -6
individual Activity
6th Sept -9th Sept
English Speaking

Deduce meaning using other


words in the context
Report Writing
Letter to the Editor
Role-play

th

14th to 20 Sept
Revision

FIRST SEMESTER EXAM BEGINS FROM 22ND SEPTEMBER(as per CBSE norms)

TERM II
UN
IT
I

THEME
rd

th

th

th

3 Oct to 6 Oct
The Seven Ages( LR)

II

7 Oct to 17 Oct
The Man who Knew too
Much(LR)

III

18 Oct to 25 Oct
Connectors(WB)

th

th

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

-Recall and correlate to the direct


facts.
-Comprehend different stages of a
man and his characteristics.
-Able to analyse and express opinions
about the various stages
-Able to identify examples of simile
and metaphor in the poem
-Analyse characters and situation.
Appreciate the Humor.
-Deduce meaning from contextual
clues.
-use of vocabulary that deals with
describing people and traits
-Understand the use of connectors
-Revision of different types of
connectors
-Reinforcing its use in sentences of

Exercises from Literature Reader


Article Writing

ASSESSMENT DATE

Worksheets from Literature


Reader
Textual questions
Diary Entry

Rewriting of text
Sequencing of sentences
Fill in the blanks

Assessment-1
Integrated Project
Topic:
th
th
18 Oct 27 Oct

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2016-17


English Syllabus
Class 9th

th

th

IV

26 Oct to 28 Oct
Sports and Games(MCB)

8 to 16 Nov
Mystery(MCB)

VI

17 to 25 Nov
Keeping it From Harold
(LR)

VII

28 to 30 Nov
Oh! I wish Id looked
after me teeth (LR)

VIII

1 to 5 Dec & 8 to
th
14 Dec
Three Men In the Boat
(Novel)
Part-II

IX

6 to 7 Dec & 15 22
Dec
The Bishops Candlestick
(LR)

3 to 9 Jan
Best Sellers (LR)

XI

10 to 13 Jan
Song of the Rain (LR)

XII

16 to 18 Jan
ASL

XIII

19th to 25th Jan


Passive (WB)

XI
V

27 to 31 Jan
Preposition (WB)

th

st

th

th

th

th

th

th

th

th

th

rd

th

th

th

th

th

th

th

st

nd

ones own
Identifying the main points of a
written text-selecting and extracting
information; Writing a biography &
bio-data, newspaper report; Framing
questions, Giving bio-sketch
Recognising the organisation of a
text; learning specific vocabulary;
completion of narratives; Creative
Writing- paragraph, story; Film/book
review
-Read fluently; understand the
message and meaning of the story.
-Identifying characters and their
characteristics.
-Read according to the rhyming
scheme, ---Pronounce correctly, learn
critical appreciation.
-Identifying different poetic devices
used- metaphor, simile, alliteration ,
imagery words etc
-learn commonly used idioms and
expressions in English
. Enhancing the ability to
comprehend long reading,
- Identifying characters and their
important roles in the story

-Analyse characters and situation.


Appreciate the humor and irony in
the drama
- Deduce meaning from contextual
clues
-Analyse characters and situation.
Appreciate the Humor. Deduce
meaning from contextual clues
-Understanding the concept of irony
and appreciate its instances in the
story
- Pronounce correctly and learn new
vocabulary related to rain
- critically appreciate the poem
-Identifying other poetic devices
used- metaphor, alliteration ,
imagery etc.
-To enable and enhance the speaking
ability, to develop logical and
argumentative presentation of the
opinion
-To develop the ability of purposeful
listening and to have general
understanding
-Understanding Passive construction
and its scope; classifications of
Passive
-Use passive construction in context
-Know about the use of prepositions
and its classifications
-Able to use prepositions

Writing a bio-data & bio-sketch


MCB Worksheets
Quiz

Crossword puzzle
Group Discussion
Writing a mystery story
Film-review
MCB worksheets
Completion of Flow-chart
Questions given in pg-40

Assessment- 2
Individual Activity
th
th
8 Nov to 15 Nov
(Integrated Grammar)

MCQs and Fill in the blanks


Textual questions in pg-86
Diary Entry

Assessment -3 Class
Test
th
th
28 Nov to 30 Nov
Unit I & II

Students are divided in groups


and assigned chapters from the
Novel for their presentation

Assessment- 4 Group
Activity
th
th
8 Dec to 14 Dec
Novel
Group presentation
based on novel

Fill in the blanks


RTCs
Textual questions in pg-130
Worksheets in the LR
Completion of Flow-chart
Textual questions in pg-52 & 53

MCQs
Textual questionsin page 91-92

Assessment- 5 Class
Test
th
th
9 Jan to 13 Jan
Vocabulary

Change passive into active


Process Writing
Report Writing
Flow-chart completion
Picture dictation
Fill in the blanks
Letter Writing

Assessment- 6
Individual activity
th
th
24 Jan to 30 Jan
English Speaking

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2016-17


English Syllabus
Class 9th

nd

th

XV

2 Feb to 8 Feb
Reported Speech

XV
I

9th to 14th Feb


Children(MCB)

XV
II

15th to 16th Feb


Revision

independently in a given context


-Know about use of reported speech
-Able to convert direct speech into
reported speech
Identifying main points to recognise
strengths and weaknesses; ability to
compare and contrast; arriving at
conclusions; expressing and
responding to personal opinions;
Develop Writing skills-expanding
notes, article writing

Workbook tasks
Report Writing
Rearrangement of sentences
Completion of sentences from
given clues
Comprehension passage
MCB Worksheets
Class Debate
Article Writing

SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION BEGINS (as per CBSE norms)


Notes to be observed:

Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class is liable to sanction and penalty.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and even for the class.
Failure to submit assessments/ test on due date without any legitimate reason will not be
considered.
All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to carry along with
them, their note copies and text books (NCERT) every day.

All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the end of each chapter and
submit their copies to the concerned teacher for correction

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAGHSYLLABUS OF URDU CLASS-9 2016-17


FIRST SEMESTER APRIL 2016- SEPTEMBER 2016
UNIT/ THEME
LESSSON
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
ASSESSMENT PLAN
DATES
Nawa-e-Urdu-9
Sir Syed Ahmed
To take a glimpse of the life of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.
Summary of the chapter
March:
st
th
Khan
Word meanings,
31 -14
Ques-ans.
April
GuzrahuaZamana

To make the students that they will have to bear the


April:
18 22th consequences of what they had done in their lives.
th

Rashid Ahmed
Seddique

Charpai

Afsana

Aril:
25th to
29th
May:
2nd to13th
June:
20 - 24th
th

Haj-e-Akbar

SalehaAbid Hussain

To know more about the contributions and the life


styles of Rashid Ahmad Siddique.

ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan AurunkeKarname( 2229th April)
Summary,Feil,Zid Figure of
speech.

To understand short stories and the concept of Urdu ASSESSMENT 2


language and the
Class Test
(9-13th May)
Literature.
To know more about Afsana its origin and uses in
Ques.-Ans Summary writing,
Urdu.
Zameer.

June
27th- 8th
July
July:
11th to 29th

To know more about the benefits of Haje-Akbar.

Magar Who Toot


Gai

August:
1st to 12th

To portrait the real story of life


and its problem.

NazmBol

August:
16th-24th

To know more about the NazmBol and its


message.

To know about the contributions of SalehaAbid


Hussain and his life history.

ASSESSMENT 3
Individual Activity(Speech)
(27th June-1st July)
Summary ,Ism, Letter writing
Summary, Ques.-Ans
,Zameer.

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity(Drama)
(25th- 29th July)
ASSESSMENT 5
Class Test(16-24th Aug)
1

10

EkArzoo

11

Talim se be
tawazzahikanatij
a
Revision

12

August:
29-31st

To understand the poetic thoughts and


Quawaid,letter,Writing,essay
the poetic dreams through the famous poem of Iqbal. And prose
Writing,quesans.
September To know the consequences of not studying in proper ASSESSMENT 6
time and by proper manner.
:
Individual Activity (Essay)
st
th
1 to 9
(6-9th Sep)
September
:
TH
12 to
20th

SECOND SEMESTER :
UNIT/THEME
1

Abdul Halim Sharar

Mirza
FarhatullahBeig

HasratMohani,

Altaf Hussain Hali.

DehaatkiZindagi
5

OCTOBER 2016-- FEBRUARY 2017

LESSON
DATES
October:
3rd to 7th

To gain more knowledge about Abdul


Halims life,his writings and his thoughts .

October:
10th to 14th

To take a glimpse of Village life


and know the living manners.

Oct: 1721th
Oct-Nov
24th to 4th
November
8th to 30th

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

To know about the poets life


and his contribution.
To know about the life of Altaf Hussain
Hali and his works and contributions.
To analyse the village life and recognize
the works of villagers.

ASSESSMENT PLAN
Ques-ans ,summary of the chapter.

Assessment-1
Project work
(Informatiom Technology)
Due Date -18-27thOct 2016
Word meanings ,ques-ans notes on
the chapter.
Assessment- 2
Individual Activity(Speech)
Due Date-8-15thNov 2016
Summary of the
chapter,paragraphwriting,essaywritin
g,letter writing.
2

JeenekaSalliqua.

December
1st to 9th

To know the correct manners and


etiquettes of living life.

Mirza Ghalib

December
12th to
22nd

To know more about life history and


philosophies of Mirza Ghalib.

Dr.Iqbal

January:
3rd to 9th

Faiz Ahmed Faiz

10

FiraqGorakhpuri

January:
10th to
20th
January
23rd to 31st

To gain knowledge about the famous


philosopher and poet Allama Iqbal and his
poetic thoughts.
To know more about Faiz Ahmad Faiz , to
analyse his writing styles.

11

Ghazal,Nazm,Drama

12

Information
Technolgy

February:
1 to 6th

To know more about the life sketch and


the contributions of FiraqhGorakhpuri.

Assessment- 3
Class test
Due Date-28-30 Nov 2016
Assessment-4
Group Activity
Faiz Ahmad Faiz,Firaq
Due Date-8-14th Dec 2016
Ques-ans.,wordmeanings,summary
writing.
Assessment-5
Class test
Due Date-9-13th Jan 2017
Assessment- 6
Individual ActivitY
Due Date-24-30th Jan 2017

To learn and understand


Urdu Poetry,drama and ghazal.

February: To learn about the latest technologies, their uses


7th to 16th and career making in IT Sector.
SECOND SEMESTER EXAM: FEBRUARY 18 28

Points to be noted:
Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class are liable to sanction and penalty.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and coming to class.
Failure to submit assignments on due date without any legitimate reason will result in the deduction of
1marks for each days delay. After three days of the due date the assignments will not be accepted at all.
All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to carry along with them, their
note copies and required text books every day.
All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the end of each chapter and
submit their copies to the concerned teacher for correction.

SYLLABUS
Term - I ,Class - IX, 2016-2017 Hindi
Unit

Time

Content

30 Mar to 08
nks cSyksa dh dFkk &
April

11 April to
ygklk dh vksj &
14 April

7
8

10
11

Learning Objectives
Assessment
i'kqvksa dk vkilh HkkoukRed vH;kl ds 'ukskj }kjk
lEcU/kksa dks n'kkZdj muds izfr rFkk vFZkZxzg.k iz'uksa ds
mnkj cus jgus dh lh[kA
}kjkA
ys[kd dh Ygklk ;k=k rFkk Ygklk
vH;kl ds 'ukskj }kjk
dh fo'ks"krkvksa dk Li"Vhdj.k

dchj nkl
dchjnkl dh bZ'oj HkfDr rFkk
18 April to
1- lkf[k;k 2- lcn rRdkyhu lekt dh dqjhfr;ksa dk vH;kl ds 'ukskj }kjk
28 April dfork &
Li"Vhdj.kA
dof;=h yy|n dh HkfDrHkkouk Assessment - I (29
&
ok[k
29 April to 5 yy|n
rFkk vkReKku dh egrk dks April)
Integrated
dfork
May
n'kkZukA
group Project (Intro)
vH;kl
djokdjA
'kCn jpuk & 1- milxZ & izR;; dk iw.kZ Assessment - II (9
6 May to 13
milxZ] 2- izR;;] 3- ifjp;@lekl dh ifjHkk"kk rFkk May) Dykl VsLV & 1- nks
May
lekl &
Hksnksa dk Li"Vhdj.k
cSyksa dh dFkk] 2- vifBr
x|ka'k
vH;kl ds iz'ukskj }kjk
Assessment - III (27
20 June to 29 bl ty izy; esa ck<+ dk vuqHko rFkk mRiUu June) fgUnh fucU/k &
d`frdk &
leL;kvksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
vadfoHkktu & fo"k;oLrq
June
&6] Hkk"kk & 2] o.kZ foU;kl
&2] 10 vad
dh cktkj dh fxjr esa vkjgs lekt vFkZxzg.k rFkk vH;kl ds
30 June to 8 miHkksDrkokn
la
L
d`
f
r
&
dh okLrfodrk dk Li"Vhdj.k
iz'ukskj }kjk
July
11 July to 15 jl[kku & loS;s dfo jl[kku dh d`".k HkfDr dk dkO; lkSUn;Z rFkk vH;kl
dfork &
Li"Vhdj.kA
ds iz'ukskj }kjk
July
Assessment - IV (27
July)
fo"k;
&
miHkksDrkokn dh laLd`frA
18 July to 27 esjs lax dh vkSjrsa ysf[kdk ls lEcfU/kr dqN vkSjrksa vad foHkktu &
1
d`frdk &
dh fo'ks"krkvksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
miHkksDrkokn dh laLd`fr
July
ij laf{kIr fucU/k & 4] 2fdlh izpkj ij vk/kkfjr
y?kq ukfVdk &6 10 vad
vyadkj dh ifjHkk"kk rFkk Hksnksa dk
28 July to 02
vyadkj &
vHk;kl djokdjA
iw.kZ ifjp;A
August
03 August to lkoys liuksa dh ;kn lfye vyh ds i{kh izse dks vFkZxzg.k rFkk vH;kl ds
n'kkZukA
iz'ukskj }kjkA
09 August &

Unit

Time
Content
Learning Objectives
Assessment
10 August to dSnh vkSj dksfdyk Lora=rk lsukfu;ksa ds izfr vaxzstksa dkO; lkSUn;Z rFkk vH;kl
12
ds nqO;Zogkjksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
ds iz'ukskj }kjkA
18 August dfork &
Assessment - V Dykl
19 August to
xzke Jh dfork & xko ds izkd`frd lkSUn;Z dk o.kZuA VsLV & 1 vifBr
13
dkO;ka'k]
2
loS;s
26 August
jl[kku
29 August to
14
okD; &
ifjHkk"kk rFkk Hksnksa dk iw.kZ ifjp;A vHk;kl djokdjA
02
September
06
Assessment - VI (7
izfrosnu fy[kus ds fu;eksa dk
September
to
15
izfrosnu &
Sept.) lqudj iz'uksa ds
Li"Vhdj.kA
09
mkj lgh mkj & 10
September
13
i= fy[kus ds fu;eksa dk fofHkUu iz'uksa ds }kjk
16 September to i= ys[ku
Li"Vhdj.kA
vH;kl djokdj
16
September
18
vifBr x|ka'k rFkk vifBr dkO;ka'k
September
to
vifBr cks/k
ls lEcfU/kr iz'uksa ds mkj fy[kus vH;kl djokdj
17
20
ds fu;eksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
September
22 September to 30
First Semester Exam
September
Term - II ,Class - IX, 2016-2017 Hindi
Unit
Time
Content
Learning Objectives
Assessment
03 October ukuk lkgc dh iq=h &
nsoh eSuk ds lkgl rFkk cfynku vFkZxzg.k rFkk vH;kl ds
1
nsoh eSuk dks Hk"e dj
to 07
dk Li"Vhdj.k
iz'ukskj }kjk
October fn;k x;kA
13 October jh<+ dh gh d`frdk ngst izFkk tSlh dqjhfr;ksa ds
2
vH;kl ds 'ukskj }kjk A
to 21
&
f[kykQ vkokt mBkus dh izsj.kkA
October
24 October pU xguk ls ykSVrh
Assessment
I
3
izkd`frd lkSUn;Z dk o.kZuA
Intergrated
Project
to 28
csj & dfork &
October
(18-27) (10 Mark)
Assessment - II (8
08
Nov. to 10 Nov.)
November. es?k vk, & dfork es?k ds vkxeu ls izd`fr esa gq, fucU/k ij vk/kkfjr ekSf[kd
4
&
cnyko dks n'kkZukA
VsLV vad foHkktu fo"k;
to 16
oLrq & 6] Li"Vrk & 2]
November.
'kq)rk &2 & 10
17
November. ekVhokyh d`frdk & ekVhokyh dh xjhch rFkk foo'krk vH;kl ds 'ukskj }kjkA
5
dk Li"Vhdj.kA
to 25
November.

Unit
6

Time
28
November.
to 06
December.
07
December. to
13
December.

Content

Assessment
Assessment - III
]izsepU ds QVs twrs egku lkfgR;dkj izsepU dh (Class Test) 1- vifBr
&
lknxh rFkk izfrHkk dk Li"Vhdj.kA x|ka'k] 2- jh<+ dh gh 10
vad
;ejkt dh
dfork &

Learning Objectives

fn'kk vkt ds lekt esa O;kIr vO;oLFkk dkO; lkSUn;Z rFkk vH;kl
dh fLFkfr dks n'kkZukA
ds iz'ukskj }kjk

Assessment - IV (12
Dec. to 14 Dec.) jh<+
14
dh gh ikB ij vk/kkfjr
ysf[kdk egknsoh oekZ ds cpiu dh y?kq ukfVdk & vad
December. to
esjs cpiu ds fnu &
;knksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
foHkktu & fo"k; oLrq dh
22
Li"Vrk & 6] Hkk"kk dh
December.
'kq)rk & 2] lgh izn'kZu &
2 10 vad

03 January to cPps dke ij tk jgs ckyetnwjh tSlh Hk;kud leL;k dkO; lkSUn;Z rFkk vH;kl
dk Li"Vhdj.k
ds iz'ukskj }kjk
10 January gS & dfork

10

i'kq & i{kh ds laosnu'khy thou Assessment - V (9-13


11 January to ,d dqkk vkSj ,d
tuojh Dykl VsLV] 1
dks fn[kkrs nsrs gq, muds izfr
ekVh okyh] 2- vifBr
19 January eSuk &
mnkj cus jgus dh izsj.kkA
dkO;ka'kA vad & 10

11

Assessment - VI (24
20 January to fdl rjg vkf[kj dkj ys[kd ds la?k"kZ rFkk lQyrkvksa dk Jan) fo"k; & cky etnwjh
lfp= vad foHkktu &
31 January eSa fgUnh esa vk;k & o.kZuA
ifjp; & 4 lek/kku & 4]
fp= & 2 10 vad

02 February
milxZ] izR;;] lekl]
to 10
12
iqu% ifjp; nsdj iqujko`fkA
vH;kl djokukA
February. vyadkj] izfrosnu &
(Seven Day)
13 February.
iqujko`fr &
iqujko`fkA
vH;kl djokukA
13
to 16
February.
18 February to 28
Second Summative Assessment.
February

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, H-BAG


Syllabus Class- IX

Mathematics

Session : 2016-17

Semester I
Unit and
Date

Theme

Learning Objective

Number System

Irrational numbers, real numbers and their decimal


expansion, operation of real numbers, laws of exponents
for real numbers.

Assessment-1Integrated
project 22|4 to 29|4.

Polynomials

Polynomials in one variable, Zero of the polynomial,


remainder theorem, Algebraic identity, factorization of
polynomials

Assessment 2 class test 9|5


to 13|5

HERONS Formula

Area of a triangles by HERONs Formula, Application of


HERONS Formula in finding area of Quadrilateral

Assessment-3 Individual 27|6


to 1|7

IV
(1 July to
13th July)
V
th
(14 July to
3rd Aug)

Introduction to
Euclids Geometry

Introduction, Euclids definition, Axioms and postulates,


Equivalent version of Euclids Fifth postulates.

Assessment-4 Group activity


25|7 to 1|8

VI
(4 Aug to
26th Aug)
VII
th
(29 Aug to
8th Sept)

Triangles

I
( 30 March
to 23 April )
II
( 25 April to
14 May )
III
(20th June to
30th June)

st

Lines and Angles

th

Co-ordinate
Geometry.

Assessment Tool

Basic terms and definitions, intersecting lines and


nonintersecting lines, pair of angles, parallel lines and
transversal, Angle sum property of a triangle

Congruence of triangles criteria for congruence of


triangles, some properties of triangles, Inequality of
triangles

Assessment- 5 , Class Test

Introduction, Cartesian System, Plotting a point in the


plane if its co-ordinates are given.

Assessment 6 Individual 6|9


to 9|9

16|8 to 24|8

Revision (9th Sept to 20th Sept)


VIII
(3 Oct to
14th Oct)

Linear Equation in
two variables

Solution of linear equation, graph of linear equation in


two variables, equation of lines parallel to x-axis and yaxis

IX
(17 Oct to
18th Nov)

Quadrilateral

Angle sum property of a quadrilateral, types of


quadrilateral, properties of a parallelogram, Mid point
theorem

Class work and home work

X
(21 Nov to
2nd Dec)

Area of
Parallelogram and
triangle

Figures on the same base and between same parallels,


Parallelogram and triangles on the same base and
between same parallels.

Assessment 1 Integrated
project 18|10 to 27|10

XI
(5th Dec to
19th Dec)

Circles

Circles and related terms, angles subtended by a chord at


a point, circle through 3 points, angle subtended by an
Arc of a Circle.

Assessment -2 Individual
activity 8|11 to 15|11
Assessment-3 Class test 28|11
to 30|11

rd

th

st

XII
(20 Dec to
5th Jan)

Construction

XIII
(6 Jan to
19th Jan)

Surface area and


Volume

Surface area of cuboids, cube, right circular cylinder,


volume of cuboids cone, right circular cylinder and
sphere.

XIV
(20 Jan to
31st Jan)
XV
(2nd Feb to
9th Feb)

Statistics

Collection of data, presentation of data, graphical


representation of data, measure of central tendency,

th

th

th

Basic construction, some constructions of triangles and


circles.

Assessment-4 Group activity


8|12 to 14|12

Assessment- 5 , Class Test


9|1 to 13|1

Probability

Probability of an experimental approach

Assessment- 6 , Individual
24|1 to 30|1

Revision (10th Feb to 16th Feb)


Academic goal: Since all the above-mentioned chapters have been already introduced to the students in
their previous classes, the goal of mathematics at the level of Std IX is to correlate their previous
knowledge with newer concepts on the given topics and help the students to apply the same in
mathematical and real life problems.
For late submission [ within a week of due date ] 2 marks will be deducted . After a week it will be
not accepted.
Due to understanding aspect of mathematics , high order of discipline is essential
Main book: NCERT textbook of mathematics for Std IX.
All must bring the textbook and copy to the class every day.
Term I: Units I to VII
Term II : Units VIII to XV
Side Books : Mathematics by R.D. Sharma & Mathematics by R.S. Agarwal
Class Expectation:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

All are expected to be respectful and disciplined in the class.


All must come to the class well prepared (Books, Copies, geometry box, graph papers etc.
All must be punctual for the class and for the home work.
All must be attentive while class is on.
Students found to be disruptive during the class will be reported to the Vice Principal for the further
action.

Syllabus of class 9th Sanskrit


Session (2016-17)
Sem 01
Time (months n
weeks)
1. March 30apr 8
2. Apr 11-22
3. Apr 25-29
4.may 2-06
5.may 9-13

6.june 20-24
7.june 27-30

8.july 01-08
9.july 11-21
10.july 22-29
11.aug 01-08
12.aug 09-18
13.aug 19-26
14.aug 29-31

15.sep 01-05
16.sep 06 -13
17.sep 14-20

Units and
contents
1 Rkr~ Roe~ vfl
2 vfoosd%
ijekinkaine~
3 Lojlaf/k

4 ikFks;e~ folxZlfa /k
5 O;atulaf/k

6 LoLFko`ke~
7 Loj ,oaO;atu
kCn

8 Hkkr` Lusg% rqny


q HZ k%
9 orZekudky
10 loZukekCn]
la[;kokpd kCn
11 fo|;k
HkkfUrln~x.q kk%
12 Hkfo;rdky
13 Hkwrdkyi= ys[ku
14 14 rjosueksLrq
15 fof/kfyaxydkj
16 yksV~ ydkj
17 vuqPNsnys[ku

Learning objective

Assessment plans

MifuknxzFa kksia jppkZrFkkfcukfopkjsfd;sdk;Z


ds frQydklEsk.k] laf/k dk;ksx
,aoKkuftldsdkj.kO;kdj.kesm
a udh
n{krkcuhjgsA

fodYipquuk
iw.kZokD;ksea samkjnsukA
kCnkFkZiN
w uk
Assessment -1
Integrated project
Date : apr 22-29
lLojokpu
fjDrLFkkuiwfrZ
,oaufuekZ.k
Assessment 2
Class test
Date : may 9-13
?kVukekuqlkjokD; la;kstu]
iw.kZokD; eSmkjnsukA
Assessment -3
Individual activity
Date :jun 27 july 1
R;;vk/kkfjr kCnksl
a s
okD; fuekZ.k
Assessment -4
Group project
Date : july 25-aug 1
uksm
a kj] fp=k/kkfjro.kZu
Assessment -5
Class test
Date : aug 16-24

laLrHkkkk ds lqHkkfkrksa ds
vFkkZd
s kO;kogkfjdnkZu] laf/k esfa olxZ
,oaO;atulslca /a k mnkgj.kksia jppkZ

thou eSLa okLF; ds egRodkscrkuk]


LoLFkjgusgsrfq d;stkusokysvkpj.kksia jppkZ]
o.kkZUrxZrLoj ,oaO;atuksd
a kKku

jkek;.k ds lanHkZeHsa kkr` sedkscrkuk]


tkuuk] okZekudky ,oaloZukekCnksra Fkk
la[;kokpd kCnksia jppkZA

vPNsx.q kfo|k
,oalghvkpj.klsghlqkksfHkrgksrgs S]
LiVhdj.ky`V~ ,oayM+~ ydkj ds
;ksxdksfe=or~ cukukA

o`{kkjksi.k ds egRoijppkZ thou


,oaIk;kZoj.kesa o`{kks ds ;ksxnkuijppkZA
kskydkjksa ds ;ksxcrkuk

cgqoSdfYiduksm
a kjvuqPNsnys[ku]
fjDrLFkkuiwfrZ
assessment -6
individual activity
Date : sep 6-9

Syllabus of class 9th Sanskrit


Sem 02
Time (months n
weeks)
1.oct 01 -07
2.oct 13-19
3.oct 20-28

4.nov 08-14
5.nov 15-22
6.nov 23 23-30

7.dec 05 -09
8.dec 12-15
9dec 16 -22

10 jan 03 -09
11.jan 10- 17
12.jan 18 -25

Revision
(February)

Units and contents

Learning objective

Assessment plans

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Assessment -1
Integrated project
Date :oct 18-27
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Assessment - 2
Individual activity
Date-nov8-15
Assessment - 3
Class test
Date :nov28-30

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Date : dec 8-14
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Date : jan 24-30
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