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THE AIR FORCE SCHOOL : SUBROTO PARK : DELHI CANTT-110010

Class X
Sub: ENGLISH
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month
Apr-13

Week

Dates

I 01-06*

Days
06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

II 08-12

05

III 15-18

IV 22,23, 25-27*

06

04

27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

V 29,30

05

No of
Periods
05

05

04

Chapter

Reading, explanation and discussion

Reading: Unseen passage/poem

Two Gentlemen of Verona


(Contd.)
Grammar:
Verb Forms
Editing (Error correction &
Omission)
Sentence Reorganization

Notes, Discussion and Question Bank

Writing: E-mail Writing


Bio- Sketch

Rules, Questions for Practice,


discussion of common errors and their
correction.

Poetry:
Mirror (Poem)
MCB Unit I- Health and
Medicine

05

02

I 01-04*

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

Poetry:
The Frog and the Nightingale
1|Page

Format, Question for practice

WT-I

Date 22 April 10 May


(6 May 2013)

Reading, Explanation, Notes,


Question Bank
Skill development exercises

Revision of all topics given in the


course for WT I
Reading, explanation and discussion

Notes, discussion of characters and


Question Bank

Reading, explanation, discussion,


Notes, Question Bank

Mrs. Packletide's Tiger (Contd.)


May-13

Syllabus

Writing Skill:
E-Mail (Writing Skill)
Bio-Sketch
Prose:
Two Gentlemen of Verona

Prose:
Mrs. Packletide's Tiger
02

Contents

Grammar: Verb forms


Editing and omission
Literature: Mirror
Two Gentlemen of Verona

Month

Week

Dates

II 06-11*

Days
11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

III 13-14

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

Individual Activity FA I
Long Reading Text:
The Diary of a Young Girl
Introduction
Background- World War II Discussion- assessment of previous
Hitlers Germany and the
knowledge and arousal of interest
state of Jews in his
regime
Holocaust

05

02
The Diary of a Young Girl
(Contd.)

Jul-13

I 01-06*

06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

II 08-12

06

***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******


Drama:
Reading, Role-Play, Explanation,
06
The Dear Departed
Discussion

05

05
The Dear Departed (Contd.)

Writing Skill:
Article Writing
Speech Writing
Debate Writing

IV 22-27*

05

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

06

05

05

Date 26 Jul 19 Aug


(8 August 2013)

Reading:
Unseen passage/poem

III 15-19

WT-2

Writing Skill
Dialogue Writing
Formal Letter Writing

Grammar:
Dialogue Completion
Determiners

2|Page

Notes, Question-Bank
Writing:
Article Writing

Format, Organization of ideas vis-evis the similarities and differences


between the three tasks, Question for
practice

Discussion of rules, Question for


practice

Rules, Discussion of common errors


and their correction, Worksheet for
practice

Grammar:
Dialogue completion
Determiners
Sentence Rearrangement
Literature:
The Frog and the Nightingale
Mrs. Packletides Tiger

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Group Activity (FA II)

V 29-31

03

03
Writing Skill:
Report Writing
Grammar
Reported Speech

Aug-13

I 01-02

02

II 05-08

04

III 12-14,16

04

Format, Question for practice

Rules, Discussion of common errors


and their correction, Worksheet for
practice

Skill development exercises and


collecting ideas on the given theme

Poetry:
Not Marble, Nor the Gilded
Monuments

Reading, Explanation, Poetic devices


Notes, Question Bank

Prose:
The Letter

Reading, Explanation, Discussion of


characters, Notes, Question Bank

02

MCB Unit 2 Education

Revision for WT II

04

04

IV 19,21-24*

V 26,27,29,30

Sep-13

I 02-06

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

05

04

05

MCB Unit 3- Science

Skill development exercises

04
Long Reading Text:
The Diary of a Young Girl

Discussion of events and characters

The Diary of a Young Girl


(Contd.)

Discussion of events and characters

04

05

Revision- Writing Skills


Notice
Message
3|Page

Recapitulation of formats, Discussion

Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

II 09-14*

III 16-21*

14-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

IV 23-27

Diary Entry
Informal Letter

of sample questions, Question Bank

Term I Exam 13-25/27

SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep

01

I 01, 03-04

03

II 07-09

03

Section A- Reading
Unseen Passage/ Poetry
Section B- Writing
Notice Writing
Message Writing
Diary entry
Paragraph/Factual description
Bio-Sketch
Dialogue Writing
Article Writing
Report Writing
Email Writing
Informal Letter Writing
Formal Letter Writing
Speech Writing
Debate Writing

Section C- Grammar
Determiners
Verb Forms
Dialogue Completion
Sentence re-ordering
Reported Speech
Passive Voice
Headline Expansion
Process Writing
Editing
Omission

0
Term I Exam 13-25/27

EXAMINATIONS

Term I Exam 13-25/27

EXAMINATIONS

01
Discussion of the SA I paper

Oct-13

Syllabus

EXAMINATIONS

05

V 30

05

Contents

03

Prose:
A Shady Plot

Reading, discussion of events and


characters

03
A Shady Plot (Contd.)

III 14,15,17,19*

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

04

IV 21, 23-26*

26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

05

04

Poetry:
Ozymandias

Ozymandias (Contd.)

Notes, Question Bank

Reading, Explanation, Discussion,


Poetic Devices, Notes, Question Bank

Section D- Literature

4|Page

Month

Week

Dates

Days

V 28-31

04

No of
Periods
04

Chapter

MCB Unit 4- Environment

Contents

Skill development exercises

Syllabus

Nov-13

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
Grammar:
01
01
Active Passive

I 01

II 06-09*

III 11-13, 15-16*

IV 18-23*

V 25-29

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

04

16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)

05

23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

06

03

04

Grammar:
Headline Expansion
Process Writing

Worksheets for practice of the


concepts.

MCB Unit 5- Travel and Tourism


Prose:
Patol Babu, Film Star

Skill development exercises


Reading, discussion of events and
characters

02
Patol Babu, Film Star(Contd.)

05

Rules

05

Poetry:
The Rime of the Ancient
Mariner

5|Page

Notes, Question Bank

Reading, Explanation, Poetic devices,

Prose
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Mrs. Packletides Tiger
The Letter
Poetry:
Mirror
The Frog and the Nightingale
Not Marble, Nor Gilded
Monuments
Drama:
The Dear Departed
Long Reading Text:
Diary of a Young Girl-I

Month
Dec-13

Week

Dates

I 02-07*

Days
07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

06

No of
Periods
06

Chapter

The Rime of the Ancient


Mariner (Contd.)

Writing Skills:
Debate Writing

II 09-13

05

05

III 16-20

05

05

IV 23,26,27,28*

Jan-14

I 14-18*

II 20-25*

III 27-31

28-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

04

Contents

Discussion, Notes, Question Bank

Format, Question for practice

Drama:
Julius Caesar

Reading, Role-play, Explanation

Julius Caesar (Contd.)

Discussion of characters, Notes,


Question Bank

06

05

WT-3 : DATE: 9 Dec 27 Jan 14


(20 December 2013)
Reading:
Unseen Passage/ Poem
Grammar:
Active Passive
Headline expansion
Process Writing
Editing and Omission
Literature:
A Shady Plot
Ozymandias

03
Julius Caesar (Contd.)
Individual Activity FA III

Discussion of characters, Notes,


Question Bank

*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***


18-Working
04
05
Saturday
Writing Skills:
Format, Sample Question, Practice
(Students)
Story Writing
Question
25-Working
Saturday
(Students)

Syllabus

06

05

Prose:
Virtual Reality
Group Activity FA IV
Poetry:
6|Page

Reading, Explanation, Discussion,


Notes

Reading, Explanation, Discussion,

WT-4 : DATE: 20 Jan 7 Feb 14


(31 January 2014)
Reading:
Unseen Passage/Poem
Writing:
Debate Writing

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents
Poetic Devices, Notes, Question
Bank

Snake
Feb-14

I 01*

II 03-08*

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

01

08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
CeremonyXII)

06

III 10-14

IV 17-21

0
Long Reading Text:
The Diary of a Young Girl

Discussion of events and characters,


Background, Themes

Long Reading Text:


The Diary of a Young Girl

Discussion of events and characters,


Background, Themes

Literature:
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Patol Babu, Film Star

SA-2 Date 27 Feb to 14 Mar 2014

05

MCB Unit 6- National


Integration

Section A- Reading
Unseen Passage/ Poetry

Skill development exercises

05
Revision and Problem
Solving of all the lessons
taught after SA I

04
Revision

Mar-14

Grammar:
Verb Forms
Reported Speech
Sentence Reordering

05

V 24-27

Syllabus

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

7|Page

All the topics covered in SA II

Section B- Writing
Notice Writing
Message Writing
Diary entry
Paragraph/Factual Description
Bio-Sketch
Dialogue Writing
Article Writing
Report Writing
Email Writing
Informal Letter Writing
Formal Letter Writing
Debate Writing
Speech Writing

Section C- Grammar
Determiners
Verb Forms
Dialogue Completion
Sentence re-ordering
Reported Speech
Passive Voice

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

8|Page

Headline Expansion
Process Writing
Editing and Omission
Literature:
Prose
A Shady Plot
Patol Babu, Film Star
Virtual Reality
Poetry:
Ozymandias
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Snake
Drama:
Julius Caesar
Long Reading Text:
Diary of a Young Girl-II

THE AIR FORCE SCHOOL : SUBROTO PARK : DELHI CANTT-110010

Class X
Sub: Hindi
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month
Apr-13

Week

Dates

I 01-06*

Days
06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

II 08-12

III 15-18

IV 22,23, 25-27*

I 01-04*

II 06-11*

III 13-14

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O;k[;k o izuksRrj

05

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 dchj lk[kh

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 cMs HkkbZ lkgc izes pan

cM+s HkkbZ lkgc

okpu] kCnkFkZ] egRoiw.kZ vaxks dh O;k[;kA

 kCn @ in

kCn fopkj

vfodkjh kCn] Hksn o mnkgj.k

 in ifjp;

cM+s HkkbZ lkgc

izuksRrj

in @ in ifjp;

in&ifjp; dk vH;kl

04

27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

V 29,30
May-13

06

No of
Periods
5

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)
11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

05

Chapter

Contents

02

O;fDrxr xfrfof/k

ewY;kadu fcanqvks ds vk/kkj ij vad

04

lekl

ifjHkkkk @ Hksn & rRiq:k o deZ/kkj; lekl

05

i= ys[ku

vkSipkfjd i= % izk:i o i= ys[ku

02

vuqPNsn ys[ku

lelkef;d fok;ksa ij vuqpNsnm ys[ku

*** Summer Break from 15 May -30 Jun 2013 ***


9|Page

Syllabus
WT-I

Date 22 April -10 May

Month
Jul-13

Week

Dates

I 01-06*

Days
06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

II 08-12

III 15-19

IV 22-27*

06

No of
Periods
6

05

05

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

V 29-31

06

Chapter

Contents

Mk;jh dk ,d iUukA

okpu] kCnkFkZ] izuksRrj

vifBr x|kak

vFkZ&xzg.k lac/a kh izuksRrjA

ehjk ds in

inksa dh O;k[;k @ izuksRrj

rarkjk okehjks dFkk

okpu] kCnkFkZ] egRoiw.kZ vakks dh O;k[;k]

lkewfgd xfrfof/k

izuksRRjA

 vuqPNsn ys[kuA

ewY;kadu fcanqvks ds vk/kkj ij vadA

 vifBr x|kakA

gfjgj dkdk

okpu o izuksRrjA

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eqgkojs @ yksdksfDr;k

ikB~;iqLrd esa fn, x, eqgkojksa ,oa yksdksfDr;ksa ds

 lekl & deZ/kkj; o rRiq:k

vFkZ o okD;A
03

rhljh dle ds fkYidkj & okpu] kCnkFkZ] izuksRrj


kSyUs nz

Aug-13

I 01-02

02

laf/k

II 05-08

04

rhljh dle ds fkYidkj & okpu] kCnkFkZ] izuksRrj

Loj laf/k ds mnkgj.k o vH;kl

kSyUs nz
III 12-14,16
IV 19,21-24*

V 26,27,29,30

Sep-13

I 02-06

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

04

ioZr izns k esa ikol

kCnkFkZ] O;k[;k] izuksRrj

05

rksi

kCnkFkZ] O;k[;k] izuksRrj

vifBr dkO;kak

vFkZxzg.k lac/a kh izuksRrj

laf/kA

Loj laf/k mlds Hksnksa ds mnkgj.kA

lekl

rRiq:k o deZ/kkj; lekl vH;kl

gfjgj dkdk

okpu] kCnkFkZ] izuksRrj

04

05

Syllabus

10 | P a g e

WT-2 Date 26 Jul 19 Aug

 Mk;jh dk ,d iUukA
 ehjk ds inA
 rarkjk okehjks dFkkA

Month

Week

Dates

II 09-14*

Days
14-Working
Saturday
(Students)

No of
Periods

Chapter
Term I Exam 13-25/27

06

Contents

vko`fk

21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

leL;k lek/kku

06

IV 23-27

05

V 30

01

SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep

ikB~;iqLrd LikZ

ifBr ikBksa dh vko`fk


III 16-21*

Syllabus

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 cMs HkkbZ lkgc
 Mk;jh dk ,d iUukA
 rarkjk okehjks dFkkA

izu i= ppkZ

 rhljh dle ds fkYidkj &


Oct-13

I 01, 03-04

03

fcgkjh ds nksgs

okpu] vFkZ] O;k[;k

II 07-09

03

fcgkjh ds nksgAs

izuksRrj

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

inca/k

26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

05

III 14,15,17,19*

IV 21, 23-26*

V 28-31

i| Hkkx
 dchjA
 ehjk ds inA

okD; jpuk
5

kSyUs nzA

euq;rk

kCnkFkZ] O;k[;k] izuksRrj

 ioZr izns k esa ikolA


 rksiA

04

vko`fk

ifBr ikB

lap;u
 gfjgj dkdk
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 kCn @ in @ inca/k @ in
ifjp;A
 okD; :ikarj.k la;qDr @
fefJr
 Loj laf/kA

11 | P a g e

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

 leklA
 i= o vuqPNsn ys[kuA
 eqgkojs @ yksdksfDr;kaA
 vifBr x|kak @ dkO;kak
Nov-13

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
01
1
fxjfxV
okpu]

I 01
II 06-09*

III 11-13, 15-16*

IV 18-23*

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)
23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Nov
Annual Day

V 25-29
Dec-13

I 02-07*

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

kCnkFkZ] egRoiw.kZ vaxks dh O;k[;kA

04

fxjfxV

vakks dh O;k[;k o izuksRrj

05

liuksa ds ls fnu

okpu] vFkZ] izuksRrjA

eqgkojs

vFkZ @ okD; jpuk

06

vc dgk nwljksa ds nq[k ls okpu] vFkZ] izuksRrj


nq[kh gksus okys

05

O;kdj.k

vuqPNsn o i=

06

laf/k

Loj & laf/k vH;kl

lekl

lekl & vH;kl

WT-3 : DATE: 9 Dec 27 Dec 13




fxjfxVA

vc dgk nwljksa ds nq[k ls nq[kh


gksus okysA

fcgkjh ds nksgAs

euq;rkA

lap;u
12 | P a g e

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus


liuksa ds ls fnuA

O;kdj.k


inca/k

okD; :ikrja.k la;qDr @


fefJr

II 09-13

05

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leklA

eqgkojsA

i= ys[kuA

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III 16-20

IV 23,26,27,28*

Jan-14

I 14-18*

II 20-25*

III 27-31

05

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vFkZ @ okpu @ egRoiw.kZ vak LiVhdj.k

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28-Working
4
04
dj pys ge fQnk
O;k[;k @ izuksRrjA
Saturday
eqgkojs
vFkZ @ okD; jpuk
(Open
House)
*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***
18-Working
5
05
laf/k @ lekl
Loj laf/k @ lekl mnkgj.k
Saturday
lkewfgd xfrfof/k
ewY;kadu fcanqvks ds vk/kkj ij vad
(Students)
25-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

05

WT4 12 Jan 30 Jan 2014

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in

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13 | P a g e

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laf/k]

eqgkojs]

Month

Feb-14

Week

Dates

I 01*

II 03-08*

Days

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)
08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
CeremonyXII)

III 10-14

IV 17-21

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

SA (2)

01

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06

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 fxUuh dk lksuk @ >su dh
nsuA

05

05

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LikZ

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vko`fr dk;Z

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LikZ i|
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 euq;rkA

V 24-27

04

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Mar-14

 vkRe=k.kA

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

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 Vksih kqDykA
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Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

 vifBr x|kak @ dkO;kakA

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THE AIR FORCE SCHOOL : SUBROTO PARK : DELHI CANTT-110010


Class X
Sub: Sanskrit
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month We
ek
Apr13

Dates

I 01-06*

06Working
Saturday
(Staff)

05

05

O;kdj.k&laf/k

III 15-18

04

04

O;kdj.k&laf/k

05

05

ef.kdk&vkKk
vfopkj.kh;kA

02

02

jpukReda dk;Ze

04

04

27Working
Saturday
(Student
)

V 29,30
I 01-04*

04-

Contents
vko;d funsZk
ikBkFkZ] vH;kl dk;Z

Syllabus

WT-I Date 22 April 10


May

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/kue~ &x|ka
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jpukReda dk;Ze~ & i= ys[kue~

II 08-12

IV 22,23,
25-27*

May-

Day No of
Chapter
s Period
s
izLrkouk
06
05
ef.kdk&okM~e;ari%

vifBr xa|kak
;kstukuqlkj

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Month We
ek

Dates

13

II 06-11*

Day No of
s Period
s
Working
Saturday
(Student
s)
11Working
Saturday
(Student
s)

III 13-14

Jul-13

I 01-06*

II 08-12

06Working
Saturday
(Student
s)

Chapter

Contents

05

05

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fp=k/kkfjr okD; jpuk

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02

02

i= ys[ku

i= ys[ku & kCn lgk;r;k

***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******


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06
06

05

05

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eksuqLokj % o.kZ ifjorZu
deZ/kkj; & foks; foksk.k
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Syllabus

WT-2 Date 26 Jul 19


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Contents

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13-25/27

Syllabus

SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26


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(Student
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IV 21, 232626*
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Day No of
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09Working
Saturday
(Staff)

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15-16*

16Working
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(Student
s only
participa
nts)

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Syllabus

Month We
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Dates

IV 18-23*

23Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22
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Day

V 25-29

Day No of
Chapter
s Period
s
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06
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Contents

Syllabus

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I 02-07*

II 09-13

07Working
Saturday
(Student
)

06

06

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WT- 3 : DATE: 9 Dec


27 Dec 13
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Month We
ek

Jan14

Dates

Day No of
s Period
s

III 16-20

05

IV 23,26,27, 2828*
Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

04

05

03

Chapter

Contents

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1805
05
Working
Saturday
(Student
s)
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Syllabus

WT- 4 : DATE: 17 Jan


31 Jan 13
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Month We
ek

Dates

II 20-25*

Day No of
s Period
s

25Working
Saturday
(Student
s)

III 27-31

Feb14

I 01*

II 03-08*

01Working
Saturday
(Class
XII
Farewell)
08-

Chapter

Contents

06

06

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05

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Dates

Day No of
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s

Chapter

Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
Ceremon
y-XII)

Mar14

III 10-14

05

05

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SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

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Contents

Syllabus

Month We
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Dates

Day No of
s Period
s

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

SA-II
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THE AIR FORCE SCHOOL : SUBROTO PARK : DELHI CANTT-110010

Class X
Sub: Mathematics
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month
Apr-13

Week
Dates
I 01-06*

06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

Days
06

No of Periods
6

Chapter
Polynomials

Contents
2.1 Introduction
2.2Geometrical meaning of zeroes of a
polynomial
2.3Relationship between zeroes and
coefficient of polynomial
2.4Division algorithm of polynomials
EX2.1
Ex2.2,Ex2.3
1-1. Introduction
1.2-Euclids division lemma

II 08-12

05

Polynomials
Real numbers

III 15-18

04

Real numbers

Ex-1.1
1.3-Fundamental theorem of arithmetic
1.4-Revisitng irrational numbers
1.5-Revisiting rational numbers and their
decimal expansions

05

Real numbers
Pair of linear equations
in two variables

Ex-1.3,1.4
3.1-Introduction
3.2-Pair of linear equations in two variables

02

Pair of linear equations


in two variables

Ex-3.1
3.3-Graphical method of solution of a pair
linear equations

IV 22,23, 25-27*

V 29,30

27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

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WT-I

Syllabus
Date 22 April 10 May

Polynomials

Month

May-13

Week

Dates

No of Periods

Chapter

Contents

I 01-04*

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

Pair of linear equations


in two variables

Ex-3.2
3.4-Algebraic method of solving a pair of linear
equations
Ex-3.3

II 06-11*

11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

05

Pair of linear equations


in two variables

Ex-3.4
Ex-3.5
3.5-Equations reducible to a pair of linear
equations in two variables

Pair of linear equations


in two variables

Ex-3.6

III 13-14

Jul-13

Days

I 01-06*

06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******


7
Triangles
6.1-Introduction
6.2-Similar figures
Ex-6.1
6.3-Similarity of triangles
EX-6.2

II 08-12

05

Triangles

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6.4-Criteria for similarity of triangles


Ex-6.3

Syllabus

WT-2
Date 26 Jul 19 Aug
1 Real numbers
2 Pair of linear equations in two
variables

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of Periods

05

Triangles

6.5-Areas of similar triangles


Ex-6.4
6.6-Pythagorus theorem

06

Triangles

Ex-6.5

V 29-31

03

Introduction to
trigonometry

8.1-Introduction
8.2-Trigonometric ratios
Ex-8.1

I 01-02

02

Introduction to
trigonometry

8.3-Trigonometric ratios of some specific


angles

II 05-08

04

Introduction to
trigonometry

Ex-8.2
8.4- Trigonometric ratios of complementary
angles
Ex-8.3

III 12-14,16

04

Introduction to
trigonometry

8.5-Trigonometric identities
Ex-8.4

III 15-19

IV 22-27*

Aug-13

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

Chapter

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Contents

Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

IV 19,21-24*

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

V 26,27,29,30

Sep-13

I 02-06

II 09-14*

14-Working
Saturday
(Students)

Days

No of Periods

Chapter

05

Statistics

14.1-Introduction
14.2-Mean of grouped data
Ex-14.1
14.3-Mode of a grouped data
Ex-14.2

04

Statistics

14.4-Median of a grouped data


Ex-14.3
14.5-Graphical representation of cumulative
frequency distribution

05

Statistics

Ex-14.4

06

Term I Exam 1325/27

Contents

Revision

Syllabus

SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep


1 Real numbers
2 Polynomials

III 16-21*

IV 23-27

V 30

21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

05

01

3 Pair of linear equations in two


variables
6

Quadratic equations

4.1-Introduction
4.2-Quadratic equations
4.3-Solutions of quadratic equations by
factorization
Ex-4.1,4.2

Quadratic equations
4.4-Solution of quadratic equation by
completing the square

Oct-13

I 01, 03-04

03

Quadratic equations
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Ex-4.3

4 Triangles
5 Introduction to trigonometry
6 Statistics

Month

Week

Dates

II 07-09

No of Periods

Chapter

Contents
4.5-Nature of roots

03

Quadratic equations
Arithmetic progressions

Ex-4.4
5.1-Introduction
5.2-Arithmetic progressions

III 14,15,17,19*

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

Arithmetic progressions

Ex-5.1
5.3-nth term of an AP
Ex-5.2

IV 21, 23-26*

26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

05

Arithmetic progressions

5.4-Sum of first n terms of an AP


Ex-5.3
10.1-Introduction
10.2-Tangents to a circle

V 28-31

Nov-13

Days

Circles

04

Circles

Ex-10.1
10.3-Number of tangents from a point on a
circle
Ex-10.2(cont)

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
01
1
Circles
(cont) Ex-10.2

I 01

II 06-09*

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

04

Constructions

11.1-Introduction
11.2-Division of a line segment
Ex-11.1
11.2-Construction of a tangent to a circle

III 11-13, 15-16*

16-Working

05

Constructions

Ex-11.2

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Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of Periods

Chapter

Contents

06

Area related to circles

12.1-Introduction
12.2Perimeter and area of a circle a
review
Ex-12.1

05

Area related to circles

12.3-areas of sector and segment of a circle


Ex-12.2
12.4-areas of combination of plane figures
Ex-12.3

06

Surface area and


volumes

13.1-Introduction
13.2-Surface area of combination of solids
Ex-13.1
13.3-Volume of combination of solids
Ex-13.2

Syllabus

Saturday
(Students
only
participants)

IV 18-23*

23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

V 25-29

Dec-13

I 02-07*

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

II 09-13

05

Surface area and


volumes

13.4-Conversions of solids from one shape to


another
Ex-13.3
13.5-Frustum of a cone

III 16-20

05

Surface area and


volumes
Coordinate geometry

Ex-13.4

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7.1-Introduction
7.2-Distance formula
Ex-7.1
7.3 -Section formula

WT-3 :
1 Quadratic equations
2Arithmetic progressions
3 Circles

Month

Week

Dates

IV 23,26,27,28*

Jan-14

I 14-18*

II 20-25*

28-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

No of Periods

04

Chapter
Coordinate geometry

Contents

25-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

Some application of
trigonometry

(cont) Ex-9.1

05

Probability

15.1 Introduction
15.2 Probability- A theoretical approach
Ex-15.1

I 01*

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

01

Revision

II 03-08*

08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
Ceremony-

06

Revision

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Syllabus

Ex-7.2
7.4- Area of triangle

*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***


18-Working
5
Coordinate geometry
Ex-7.3
05
Saturday
Some application of
9.1-Introduction
(Students)
trigonometry
9.2-Heights and distances
Ex-9.1(cont)

III 27-31

Feb-14

Days

Wt 4- syllabus:
1 Area related to cirlces
2 Surface area and volumes
3 Constructions

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of Periods

Chapter

XII)

Mar-14

III 10-14

05

IV 17-21

05

V 24-27

04

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

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Contents

Syllabus
SA 2 syllabus1.Quadratic equations
2.Arithmetic progressions
3.Co-ordinate geometry
4.Application of trigonometry
5.Circles
6.Constructions
7.Area related to circles
8.Surface area and volumes
9.Probability

THE AIR FORCE SCHOOL : SUBROTO PARK : DELHI CANTT-110010

Class X
Sub: PHYSICS
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month Week
Apr13

Dates

I 01-06*

Days
06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

II 08-12

06

05

No of
Chapter
Periods
02
12: Electricity

Contents
Definition and formula of
electric current
S.I unit of electric current
Electric Current and Circuit
Electric Potential and Potential
Difference
Electric Symbols and Circuit
Diagram

02
12: Electricity

III 15-18

04

02
12: Electricity

IV 22,23, 2527*

27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

05

02

Ohm's Law
Verification of Ohm's Law
V-I Graph

Resistance
Factors on Which Resistance
Depends
Resistivity

12: Electricity

V 29,30

02

01

Resistivity of metals alloys ,


insulators

12: Electricity

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Syllabus
WT-I Date 22 April
10 May
12: Electricity(article
12.1 to 12.5)
Electric Current
and Circuit
Electric Potential
and Potential
Difference
Circuit Diagram
Ohm's Law
Factors on Which
Resistance
Depends

Month Week

May13

Dates

I 01-04*

II 06-11*

Days

No of
Periods

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

02

11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

05

III 13-14

Jul-13

I 01-06*

06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

Chapter

Contents

Resistance of a System of
Resistors
Resistors in Series

Resistors in Series

12: Electricity

02

02

01

06

02

12: Electricity

Resistors in Parallel

12: Electricity

Resistors in Parallel

***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******


Heating Effect of Electric Current
Joules Law of Heating
12: Electricity

Syllabus

WT-2
Date 26
Jul 19 Aug
Chap-12 Electricity
(article12.6 to 12.8)

II 08-12

05

02
12: Electricity

Practical Applications of Heating


Effect of Current
Electric Power
Relation between P, V, I, R

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Resistance of a
System of
Resistors
Resistors in Series
Resistors in
Parallel
Heating Effect of
Electric Current
Practical

Month Week

Dates

Days

III 15-19

05

No of
Periods
02

Chapter

13 Magnetic
effects of
current

IV 22-27*

V 29-31

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

06

02

13 Magnetic
effects of
current

03

01

Contents

Syllabus

Magnetic Field and field lines


Magnetic field due to a current
carrying conductor
Field Due to Current through a
Straight Conductor

Applications of
Heating Effect of
Current
Electric Power

Right Hand Thumb Rule


Magnetic Field Due to Current
through a Circular Loop
Magnetic Field due to a Solenoid

Electromagnet-Principle and
applications

13 Magnetic
effects of
current

Aug13

I 01-02

02

01

Force of Current Carrying


Conductor

13 Magnetic
effects of
current

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Chap-13 Magnetic
effects of curren
(Article13.1to13.2.1)t
Magnetic Field and
field lines
Magnetic field due
to a current
carrying conductor
Field Due to
Current through a
Straight Conductor

Month Week

Dates

Days

II 05-08

04

No of
Periods
02

Chapter

EMI and Induced Current


Fleming's Right Hand Rule

Direct Current and Alternating


Current

13 Magnetic
effects of
current

Domestic Electric Circuit

14 :
Sources
of energy

Different forms of Energy


Fossil Fuels

Solar Energy, Biogas, Wind,


Water, Tidal Energy
Nuclear Energy
Renewable Vs. Non-Renewable
Sources of Energy.

13 Magnetic
effects of
current

III 12-14,16

IV 19,21-24*

V 26,27,29,30

04

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

01

05

02

04

02
14 : Sources
of energy

Sep13

I 02-06

05

Contents

02

Revision

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Syllabus

Month Week

Dates

II 09-14*

Days
14-Working
Saturday
(Students)

No of
Periods

Chapter
Term I
Exam 1325/27

06

Contents

Syllabus
SA-1 Date :13 Sep
26 Sep

Revision
Chap-12 Electricity

III 16-21*

21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

Chap 13Magnetic effects of


current

Term I
Exam 1325/27

06

14 : Sources of energy

Oct13

Term I Exam

IV 23-27

05

V 30

01

01

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

03

01

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

I 01, 03-04

II 07-09

III 14,15,17,19* 19-Working


Saturday
(Students)

03

04

01

02

Reflection of Light at Curved


Surfaces

Reflection of Light at Curved


Surfaces
Spherical Mirrors

10: LightReflection

and
refraction
10: LightReflection
and

Terms Related to Spherical


Mirrors

Rules for Image Formation by


Spherical Mirrors
Image Formation by Spherical
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Month Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

refraction

IV 21, 23-26*

26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

V 28-31

05

02

04

01

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Nov13

I 01

II 06-09*

Mirrors

Image Formation by Spherical


Mirrors

Sign Convention for Reflection by


Spherical Mirrors
Mirror Formula

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
01
01
10: Light Mirror Formula
Reflection
and
refraction

09-Working
02
10: Light Magnification in spherical mirrors
04
Saturday
Reflection
(Staff)
and
refraction

III 11-13, 1516*

16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)

05

02

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Uses of Spherical Mirrors


Convex and Concave

IV 18-23*

23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

06

02

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Refraction of Light

Laws of Refraction of light

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Syllabus

Month Week

Dates

V 25-29

Dec13

I 02-07*

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

Days

No of
Periods

05

02

06

02

Chapter

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Contents

Syllabus

Refraction Through A Rectangular


Glass-Slab
Refractive Index

Refractive Index
Image formation by lenses Using
Ray Diagrams

WT-3 : DATE: 17Dec


-27Dec13
Chap10(Article10.1to10.3.6)
. Reflection of light

II 09-13

05

02
10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Image formation by lenses


Using Ray Diagrams

Spherical Mirrors

III 16-20

05

02

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Sign Conventions for


Spherical Lenses.
Lens Formula

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Image Formation
by Spherical
Mirrors
Sign Convention
for Reflection by
Spherical Mirrors
Mirror Formula
Refraction of light
Refraction Through
A Rectangular
Glass-Slab
Refractive Index

Month Week

Dates

IV 23,26,27,28* 28-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

Days

No of
Periods

04

01

Chapter

10: LightReflection
and
refraction

Contents

Syllabus

Lens Formula

*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***

Jan14

I 14-18*

18-Working
Saturday
(Students)

05

02
10: LightReflection
and
refraction
11: Human
eye and the
colourful
world

Magnification of Lens
Power of Lens

The Human Eye and its parts

WT-4

Refraction by
spherical lenses
Image formation by
lenses
Image formation by
lenses Using Ray
Diagrams
Sign Conventions
for Spherical
Lenses
Lens formula
Magnification of
lens,
Power of lensl

II 20-25*

25-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

02
11: Human
eye and the
colourful
world

Power of Accommodation
Defects of Vision
Hypermetropia
Myopia
Presbyopia

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Month Week

Dates

III 27-31

Days

No of
Periods

05

02

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

Prism
11: Human
eye and the
colourful
world

Feb14

I 01*

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

01

01

II 03-08*

08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
CeremonyXII)

06

02

III 10-14

11: Human
eye and the
colourful
world

Refraction of light through a


prism
Angle of Deviation

Dispersion of white light by


glass prism
Recombination of white light

Atmospheric Refraction
Scattering of light

SA-II
10: Light-Reflection
and refraction

05
02

11: Human
eye and the
colourful
world

Tyndall effect

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11: Human eye and


the colourful world

Month Week

Dates

IV 17-21

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

05

Syllabus

Revision

V 24-27

04
Revision

Mar14

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

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Class X
Sub: CHEMISTRY
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month
Apr-13

Week

Dates

I 01-06*

Days
06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

II 08-12

06

05

No of
Periods
2

Chapter
1.Chemical reactions and
equations

2
1.Chemical reactions and
equations

III 15-18

04

2
1.Chemical reactions and
equations

IV 22,23, 25-27*

V 29,30

27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

05

Contents
1.1Chemical Equations
1.1.1 Writing a chemical equation
1.1.2 Balanced chemical equation
1.2 Types of chemical reactions

1.2.1 Combination reaction


1.2.2Decomposition reaction
1.2.3 Displacement reaction

1.2.4 Double displacement reaction


1.Chemical reactions and
equations

02

1.2.5 Oxidation and reduction


1.Chemical reactions and
equations
45 | P a g e

Syllabus
WT-I

Date 22 April 10 May

1.Chemical reactions and


equations (till 1.2.3)

Month

May-13

Week

Dates

I 01-04*

II 06-11*

Days

No of
Periods

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

05

III 13-14

Jul-13

I 01-06*

06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

Chapter

1.Chemical reactions and


equations

Contents

Syllabus

Oxidation and reduction continued


1.3.1 Corrosion

1.3.2 Rancidity
1.Chemical reactions and
equations

02

1.Chemical reactions and


equations

Exercise questions

06

***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******


2
2. Acids bases and salts
Introduction ,Indicator tests for acids and
bases

WT-2
Date 26 Jul 19 Aug
Chapter 1. Topics-1.2.4,/
1.2.5,/ 1.3.1 /,1.3.2 .

II 08-12

III 15-19

05

05

2. Acids bases and salts

2.1 and 2.2 Chemical properties of acids


and bases

2. Acids bases and salts

2.3 Ph scale and its importance in daily life

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Chapter 2 Till topics 2.1 and 2.2


(NCERT Pages 12 TO 24)

Month

Week

Dates

IV 22-27*

Aug-13

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

Days

No of
Periods

06

Chapter

Contents

2.4 Salts and their uses


2. Acids bases and salts

V 29-31

03

2. Acids bases and salts

2.4.4 Crystallisation. Exercise Questions.

I 01-02

02

3. Metals and non-metals

Introduction ,
3.1 ,3.2: Physical and chemical properties of
metals and non-metals.

II 05-08

04

III 12-14,16

04

3.Metals and non-metals

3.1 ,3.2: Physical and chemical properties of


metals and non-metals. (continued)

3.Metals and non-metals

3.2.5- Reactivity series of metals.


3.3 Ionic compounds and their properties.

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Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

IV 19,21-24*

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

V 26,27,29,30

Days

No of
Periods

05

04

Chapter

3.Metals and non-metals

Contents

Syllabus

3.4.1 to 3.4.5 -Extration of metals

3.4.6- Refining of metals


3.Metals and non-metals

Sep-13

I 02-06

05

2
3.Metals and non-metals

3.5 Corrosion its prevention ,Rusting of


iron .
Exercise questions .

II 09-14*

III 16-21*

IV 23-27

14-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

Term I Exam 13-25/27


REVISION FOR SA- I
SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep

05

SA I ,EXAMS

Ch. 1 (Chemical equations and


reactions )

SA I ,EXAMS

Ch. 2 (Acids bases and salts )


Ch. 3 (Metals and nonmetals )

V 30

01

--------Distribution of answersheets .

Oct-13

I 01, 03-04

03

1
4. Carbon and its
Compounds

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Introduction ,
4.1 Bonding in Carbon

MCQ From practicals.

Month

Week

Dates

Days

II 07-09

III 14,15,17,19*

IV 21, 23-26*

V 28-31

Nov-13

I 01

03

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

05

04

No of
Periods
1

Chapter

Contents

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.1 (contd.)Types of covalent bonds .

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.1 (contd) Allotropes of Carbon .

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.2 Versatile nature of carbon .

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.2.1 Saturated and unsaturated carbon


compounds .

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
01
1
4. Carbon and its
4.2.4 Homologues Series
Compounds

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Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

II 06-09*

III 11-13, 15-16*

IV 18-23*

V 25-29

Days

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

04

16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)

05

23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

06

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.2.5 -Nomenclature

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.2.5 Nomenclature (contd)

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.3 Chemical properties of carbon


compounds .

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4.4 Ethanol and Ethanoic acid

05

50 | P a g e

Syllabus

Month

Dec-13

Week

Dates

I 02-07*

Days

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

4.4 Ethanol and Ethanoic acid (contd)

06
2

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

Syllabus

WT-3 : DATE: 09 Dec. to 27 Dec


2013 .
Syllabus- Chp4 Carbon and its
Compounds till topic 4.4 .

II 09-13

05

III 16-20

IV 23,26,27,28*

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

4. Carbon and its


Compounds

Chp 5- Periodic

Exercise questions

05

28-Working

04

4.5 Soaps and detergents

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Need for Classification

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Saturday
(Open
House)

Jan-14

I 14-18*

II 20-25*

Chapter

25-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

5.3.1 Position of elements in the modern


periodic table
Chp 5- Periodic
Classification of Elements

05

5.3.2 Trends in modern periodic table


Chp 5- Periodic
Classification of Elements

I 01*

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

Syllabus

Classification of Elements

*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***


18-Working
2
5.3 Modern periodic table
05
Saturday
Chp 5- Periodic
Groups and periods in modern periodic
(Students)
Classification of Elements
table

III 27-31

Feb-14

Contents

01

Nil

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Exercise questions

WT IV 17 JAN. TO 31 JAN.2014.
Carbon and its compounds--Ethanol ,ethanoic acid and soaps
and detergents .
(preparation,properties and uses.
Comparision and distinction
between ethanol\ethanoic acid
,soaps\detergents .

Month

Week

Dates

II 03-08*

Days
08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
CeremonyXII)

III 10-14

06

No of
Periods
2

Contents
Traits in properties of elements in a group

05

05

Chp 5- Periodic
Classification of Elements

Traits in properties of elements in a period

Revision for SA-2

04

2
Revision for SA-2

Mar-14

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

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Chp 4- Carbon and its


compounds
Chp 5- Periodic Classification of
Elements
MCQ from practicals

Revision for SA-2

V 24-27

Syllabus

Chp 5- Periodic
Classification of Elements

IV 17-21

Chapter

Revision for SA-2

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Class X
Sub: Biology
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month
Apr-13

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

06

02

Chapter

I 01-06*
06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

What are Life Process-6.1


Nutrition-6.2
Autotrophic Nutrition-6.2.1

Life Processes
Chapter 6

II 08-12

05

02

Heterotrophic Nutrition-6.2.2
How do Organisms obtain their Nutrition?6.2.3

III 15-18

04

01

Nutrition in Human Beings-6.2.4

05

02

Respiration-6.3
(Only introduction)

02

01

Respiration-6.3

04

02

IV 22,23, 25-27*
27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

V 29,30

May-13

Contents

I 01-04*

04- Working
Saturday

Transportation in Plants-6.4.2
Chapter-6
54 | P a g e

Syllabus
WT-I

Date 22 April 10 May

Chapter-6: Life Processes


What are Life Processes?
(6.1)
Nutrition (6.2-6.2.4)

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

(Students)

II 06-11*

11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

III 13-14

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

Life Processes

05

02

Transportation in Human Beigns-6.4.1


(introduction) - blood

02

01

Structure of heart

***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******


Jul-13

I 01-06*

06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

II 08-12

06

WT-2

02
Chapter-6
Life Processes

05

02
Excretion-6.

III 15-19

05

02
Excretion in Human Beings-6.5.1

IV 22-27*

27-Working
Saturday
(Open

Date 26 Jul 19 Aug

Transportation in Human Beigns-6.4.1

06

02

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Excretion in Plants-6.5.2

Chapter-6: Life Processes


Respiration-6.3
Transportation-6.4
(a) Transportation in Human
Beings-6.4.1
(b) Transportation in Plants6.4.2

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

03

01

02

01

Chapter

Contents

House)

V 29-31

Aug-13

Animals- Nervous System-7.1

I 01-02
Chapter-7
Control and Co-ordination

What happens in a Reflex Action-7.1.1


Human Brain-7.1.2

II 05-08
04

01

How are these Tissues Protected-7.1.3


How does Nervous Tissue Cause Action7.1.4

04

02

Coordination in Plants-7.2
Movement Due to Growth-7.2.2

05

02

III 12-14,16

IV 19,21-24*

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

Hormones in Animals-7.3

V 26,27,29,30
04

02

Hormones in Animals-7.3

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Syllabus

Month

Sep-13

Week

Dates

Days

I 02-06

No of
Periods

Chapter

III 16-21*

14-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

IV 23-27

Revision

Term I Exam 13-25/27

SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep

02
SA-I
Chapter-6
02

Life Processes

05

Chapter-7

00
V 30

Control and Co-ordination

01
00

Oct-13

I 01, 03-04

03
01

Chapter-8
How Do Organisms
Reproduce?

II 07-09

III 14,15,17,19*

IV 21, 23-26*

Syllabus

05
02

II 09-14*

Contents

Do organisms create exact copies of


themselves (8.1)

The importance of variation (8.1.1)

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)

26-Working
Saturday

03

01

04

02

05

Modes of Reproduction used by single


celled organisms (8.2-)
Fission (8.2.1)
Fragmentation (8.2.2)
Regeneration (8.2.3)
Budding (8.2.4)

02
57 | P a g e

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

04

02

Chapter

Contents

(Open
House)
V 28-31

Vegetative Propagation (8.2.5)


Spore formation (8.2.6)

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
Nov-13

I 01

II 06-09*

III 11-13, 15-16*

IV 18-23*

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)

23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

01

01

04

01

05

02

06

00

05

02

Chapter-8
How do Organisms
Reproduce?

Sexual Reproduction (8.3-8.3.3)


Why the sexual mode of reproduction
(8.3.1)

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants


(8.3.2)

Reproduction in human beings (8.3.3)


Male Reproductive System (8.3.3) (a)
Female Reproductive System (8.3.3) (b)

V 25-29

What happens when the Egg is not


fertilized? (8.3.3) (c)
Reproductive Health (8.3.3.) (d)
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Syllabus

Month

ec-13

Week

Dates

I 02-07*

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

Days

No of
Periods

06

02

Chapter

05

02

05

02

04

01

Jan-14

I 14-18*

Accumulative of Variation during


Reproduction (9.1)
Heredity (9.2)

Chapter 8
How Do Organisms Reproduce?

Inherited Traits (9.2.1)


Rules for Inheritance of Traits (9.2.2)
How do traits get expressed? (9.3.2)

III 16-20

28-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

Syllabus

WT-3 : DATE: 09 Dec 27 Dec 13


Chapter-9
Heredity and Evolution

II 09-13

IV 23,26,27,28*

Contents

Sex Determination (9.2.4)


Evolution (9.3)
Illustration (9.3.1)
Acquired and Inherited Traits (9.3.2)
Speciation (9.4)

Evolution & Classification (9.5)


Tracing Evolutionary Relationships (9.5.1)
Fossils (9.5.2)
Evolution by Stages (9.5.3)

*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***


18-Working
Saturday
Evolution should not be equated with
02
05
(Students)
Chapter-9
Progress (9.6)
Heredity and Evolution
Human Evolution (9.6.1)

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WT-4 : DATE: 17 Jan 31 Jan 14


Chapter 9- Heredity and evolution

Month

Week

Dates

II 20-25*

25-Working
Saturday
(Students)

Days

No of
Periods

06

02

05

02

Chapter

Chapter-15
Our Environment

III 27-31

Feb-14

I 01*

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

01

01

II 03-08*

08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
CeremonyXII)

06

02

05

02

III 10-14

05

02

V 24-27

04

02

What happens when we add our waste to


the Environment (15.1)
Ecosystem (15.2)
Food Chain & Webs (15.2.1)
How Do Our Activities Affect the
Environment (15.3)
Ozone Layer of How it is getting depleted
(15.3.1)
Managing the Garbage we produce
(15.3.2)

Chapter-16
Management of Natural
Resources

Why do we need to manage our


Resources? (16.1)
Forests & Wildlife (16.2)

Stakeholders (16.2.1)
Sustainable Management (16.2.2)
Water for all (16.3)

Revision & Correction of


Note Books
IV 17-21

Contents

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Syllabus

Month

Mar-14

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

Contents

Syllabus

SA-II
Chapter-8
How Do Organisms Reproduce?
Chapter-9
Heredity and Evolution
Chapter-15
Our Environment
Chapter-16
Management of Natural
Resources

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Class X
Sub: History
Weekly Syllabus
Academic Session 2013-14
Month
Apr-13

Week

Dates

I 01-06*

Days
06-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

II 08-12

06

No of
Periods
2

Chapter
Chap 6 History
Work, life and leisure

05

Chap 6 History
Work, life and leisure

III 15-18

04

Chap 6 History

Contents
Introduction
Characterstics of the city

Syllabus
WT-I

Date 22 April 10 May

Industrialization and the rise of the modern city Chap 6 Work, life and leisure
(pg 127-134)
in England, marginal groups
Housing, cleaning London

Work, life and leisure


IV 22,23, 25-27*

27-Working
Saturday
(Student)

V 29,30

05

Chap 6 History

Transport in the city

Work, life and leisure


02

Chap 6 History

Social changes in the city

Work, life and leisure


May-13

I 01-04*

II 06-11*

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)
11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

III 13-14

Jul-13

I 01-06*

04

Men, women and family in the city

Work, life and leisure


05

Chap 6 History

Leisure and consumption

Work, life and leisure


02

06- Working
Saturday
(Students)

Chap 6 History

06

Chap 6 History

The city in colonial India

Work, life and leisure


***** SUMMER BREAK 15 MAY -30 JUN 2013 ******
Chap 6 History
Bombay: The prime city of India
Work, life and leisure
62 | P a g e

Work in the city

WT-2

Date 26 Jul 19 Aug

Month

Week

Dates

Days

II 08-12

05

No of
Periods
2

Chapter

Contents

Chap 6 History

Housing and neighbourhoods

Work, life and leisure


III 15-19

05

Chap 6 History

Land rectomation in Bombay. Bombay as the

Work, life and leisure

city of drams, cities and the challenge of the


environment

IV 22-27*

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

V 29-31

06

Chap 7 History
Print

culture

The first printed books, print in Japan. Print


and

the comes to Europe

modern world
03

Chap 7 History
Print

culture

Gutenberg and the printing press a new


and

the reabing public

modern world
Aug-13

I 01-02

02

Chap 7 History
Print

culture

Religious debates and the fear of print.


and

the Print and dissent reading mania

modern world
II 05-08

04

Chap 7 History
Print

culture

Print culture and the French revolution children


and

the women and workers further innovations

modern world
III 12-14,16

04

Chap 7 History
Print

IV 19,21-24*

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

05

culture

Manuscripts before the age of print, print


and

the comes to India religious reform and public

modern world

debates

Chap 7 History

New form of publication women and print.

Print

culture

and

the Print and poor people. Print and censurship

and

the

modern world
V 26,27,29,30

04

Chap 7 History
Print

culture

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Syllabus
Chap 6 Work, life and leisure

Month

Week

Dates

Days

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

modern world
Sep-13

I 02-06
II 09-14*

III 16-21*

Revision

05
14-Working
Saturday
(Students)
21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

Term I Exam 13-25/27

06

REVISION FOR SA- I


SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep
06
Chap 6 Work, life and leisure

IV 23-27

05

V 30

01

Chap 7 Print culture and the


modern world
1

Chap 3 History

Introduction

Nationalism in India
Oct-13

I 01, 03-04

03

II 07-09

III 14,15,17,19*

IV 21, 23-26*

03

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)
26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

V 28-31

04

05

04

Chap 3 History

The

first

world

war,

Nationalism in India

cooperation

Chap 3 History

The idea of satyagraha

Nationalism in India

Rawlatt act

Chap 3 History

Non-cooperation movement in towns rebellion

Nationalism in India

in the countriyside

Chap 3 History

Swaraj in the plantations

Nationalism in India

Towards civil disobedience

Chap 3 History

Salt March and civil disobedience movement

Nationalism in India
Nov-13

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
01
1
Chap 3 History
How participants

I 01

II 06-09*

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

04

Nationalism in India

Saw the movement

Chap 3 History

Limits of civil disobedience

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and

non-

Month

Week

Dates

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16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)
23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

V 25-29

Dec-13

I 02-07*

05

II 09-13

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Contents

Chap 3 History

Syllabus

Sense of collective belonging

Nationalism in India

Chap 3 History

06

Revision

Nationalism in India

05

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

No of
Periods
2

06

Chap 3 History

Map work

Nationalism in India

Completion of written work

Chap 1 History

Introduction

Rise

05

of

nationalism

in The French revolution and the idea of the

Europe

nation

Chap 1 History

The making of nationalism

Rise

of

nationalism

WT-3 : DATE: 9 Dec 27 Dec 13


Chap 3 Nationalism in India

in Aristocracy and the new middle class

Europe
III 16-20

05

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

What did liberal nationalism stand for? A new


in conservation after 1815

Europe
IV 23,26,27,28*

Jan-14

I 14-18*

II 20-25*

28-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

04

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

Revolutiories the age of revolution


in

Europe

*** Winter Break from 30 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014 ***


18-Working
2
Chap 1 History
The romantic imagination and national feeling, WT-4 : DATE: 20 Jan 7 Feb 14
05
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Chap 1 Rise of nationalism in
Rise of nationalism in hunger, hardship and popular revolt
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Europe
Europe
SA-2
25-Working
2
Chap 1 History
The revolution of the liberals
06
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Week

Dates

Days

No of
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III 27-31

Chapter
Rise

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nationalism

Contents

Syllabus

in

Chap 1 Rise of nationalism in

Europe
05

Europe
Germany can the army be the architect of a Chap 3 Nationalism in India

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

Map work

in national Italy unified

Europe
Feb-14

I 01*

II 03-08*

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

01

08-Working
Saturday
(Open
House,
Citation
CeremonyXII)

06

III 10-14

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

in

Europe
2

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

Visualizing
in imperialism

Europe

05

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

in

Europe
IV 17-21

05

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

Revision
in

Europe
V 24-27

04

Chap 1 History
Rise

of

nationalism

Europe
Mar-14

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Revision
in

the

nation

nationalism

and

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Chapter
Chapter 1

Contents

Syllabus

Power sharing- Belgium & Sri Lanka


WT-I
chapter 1

II 08-12

Majoritarianism in Sri Lanka

Why power sharing is desirable


Forms of Power sharing

III 15-19*

20- WT1
21- Working
Saturday
with
students

06

IV 22-27

23,27-WT1
28-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

06

V 29-30

May-13

05

I 01-04*

02-WT1
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Chapter 2

024

What makes India a Federal Country

04

How is Federalism practiced

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Week

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13-14

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WT2 for
Class XII

05

III 15-19*

19,20Annual
Debate
21- Working
Saturday
Open House

05

IV 22-27

25,27-WT2

06

V 29-31

30-WT2

03

II 08-12

Chapter

07
02

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No of
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Decentralisation in India

Democracy & Diversity


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Differences, similarities , divisions


Chapter-3

Politics of Social division

Revision assignment

Gender , religion & caste


Chapter 4

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Gender & Politics

II 05-8

06,08-WT2

04

Communalism

III 12-14,16-

Independan
ce Day
17- Annual
Quiz

03

Religion & Politics

IV 19,21-24

05

Caste & politics

V 26-30

05

Politics & Caste

I 02-06

05

II 09-14*

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06
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Week

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22- Working
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students

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Chapter

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Term I Exam 14 Sep to


27 Sep 2012

Chapter 5
Popular struggles in Nepal & Bolivia

Oct-13

Nov-13

I 01,03-04

03

Mobilisation & Organisation

II 07-09*

13-Working
SaturdayOpen House

03

Pressure Groups & Interest Groups

III 14,15,17,19

20
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Saturday
with
students

04

Movement Groups

IV 21,23-26

05

V 28-31

04

I 01

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Saturday
with
students

II 06-09*

08,09-

Chapter-6

Political parties

Need of political parties

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Types of parties
National Parties

04
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Chapter1- Power Sharing
Chapter2 - Federalism
Chapter3 Democracy &
Diversity
Chapter4 Gender, Religion &
Caste

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Week

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State Parties
Challenges to Parties

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06

Reforms in the party system

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05

Revision assignment

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01-Working
Saturday
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students

06

II 09-13

06- Khel
Utsav

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III 16-20

10,12,14WT3
Mock Pre
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WT-3 :
Chapter 5 Popular Struggles
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Khel utsav

Chapter- 7

Outcomes of democracies

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2012

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17,19,21WT3

V 27-28

Jan-14

I 03-08*

II 14-18

III 20-25

05

Economic growth and development

02

Dignity of the Individual

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06
Reduction of Inequalities
Saturday
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Exam 10
to 24 Jan
2013

05

21,23,25WT4

06

Challenges to democracy
Chapter-8

Types of Challenges

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Week

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Chapter

Contents

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Reforms

Feb-14

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SaturdayOpen House

01

Case studies

II 03-08*

09-Working
Saturday
(staff)

06

Redefining democracy

III 10-14

05

Revision

IV 17-21

05

Revision

V 24-27

04

Revision

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Syllabus

SA-II
Chapter 5 Popular Struggles
& Movement
Chapter 6 Political Parties
Chapter 7 Outcomes of
Democracy
Chapter 8 Challenges to
Demcracy

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06
Chap-I

Resources and
Development

05

III 15-18

Chap-I

Resources and
Development

04
Chap-I
Resources and
Development

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27-Working
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Resources and
Development
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What is a Resource?
Classification of Resources on the Basis of
Origin
On the Basis of Exhaustibility on the Basis
of Ownership

Development of Resources Sustainable


Development
Resource Planning need for Resourve
Planning
Conservation of Resources
Land as a Resourve
Land Use pattern in India
Net Source Area, fallow land, Forested
land, Cultivable Waste Land, Land
underPermanent Pastures, Gross, Sown
Area Major Features of Land Use in
India

Satisfying Features
Disturbing Features
Land Degradation
Soil Resource

Syllabus
WT-I

Date 22 April 10 May

Chap-I
Resources and Development

Month

Week

Dates

Days

V 29,30

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

Classification of Soils and Their


Characteristic Features
Soil Erosion
Conservation of Soil

02
Chap-I
Resources and
Development

May-13

I 01-04*

04- Working
Saturday
(Students)

04
Economics
Chap-I: Development

II 06-11*

11- Working
Saturday
(Students)

III 13-14

05

Differing Notions of Development


Monetary and Non-monetary Goals
Concept of National Development
Per-Capita Income as a Measure of income

Economics

Comparing Three Different States of India


in terms of Development
Concept of Human Development
Index

Chap-I: Development

Economics

Importance of the Issue of Sustanability of


Development

02
Chap-I: Development

Jul-13

I 01-06*

06- Working
Saturday

06

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Flora; Fauna; Biodiversity
Classification of Flora + Fauna on the Bsis
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WT-2

Date 26 Jul 19 Aug

Month

Week

Dates

Days
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No of
Periods

Chapter
Chap-II: Forest and Wildlife
Resources

Contents

of (IUCN)
Negative Factors that have caused Fearful
Depletion of Flora & Fauna
How have large scale Development
Projects and Mining Contributed to the
Loss of Forest and Wildlife

Syllabus
Geography

Chap-II: Forest and Wildlife


Resources
Economics
Chap-I: Development

II 08-12

05

Geography
Chap-II: Forest and Wildlife
Resources

III 15-19

05

Geography

Chap-III: Water
Resources

IV 22-27*

V 29-31

27-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

06
Geography
Chap-III: Water
Resources

03

Chap-IV: Agriculture

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Factors which have led to the Decline in


India's Biodiversity
Conservation of Forest and Wildlfe
Measures taken by the Government to
Conserve and Project Wildlife
Types and Distribution of Forest Resource
Water Scarcity and the need for Water
Conservation and Management
Multi Purpose River Valley Projects and
Integrated Water Resource Management
Hydraulic Structures in Ancient India

Harmful Effects of Dams


Drawbaks of Multipurpose Projects
Rain Water Harvesting
Traditional Methods
Water Harvesting in Meghalaya
Bamboo Drip Irrigation System

Main Features of Indian Agriculture


Types of Farming
Primitive Subsistence Agriculture

Geography
Chap-III: Water Resourves

Month
Aug-13

Week

Dates

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I 01-02

02

II 05-08

04

No of
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Chapter
Chap-IV: Agriculture

Chap-IV: Agriculture

III 12-14,16

04
Chap-IV: Agriculture

Contents
Intensive Subsistence
Commercial Farming
Plantation Agriculture
Agricultural Seasons
Major Crops-Geographical conditions
required and Areas of Production
Land Reforms Introduced by the
Government of India
Impacts of Institutional and Technological
Reforms

IV 19,21-24*

V 26,27,29,30

24-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

05

Economics chap-II
: Sectors of Economy

04
Economics chap-II
: Sectors of Economy

Sep-13

I 02-06

05
Economics chap-II
: Sectors of Economy

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Green Revolution
Contribution of Agriculture to the National
Economy
Impact of Globalisation on Agriculture

Primary; Secondary; Tertiary Sectors


Causes of the Rising Importance of
Tertiary Sector

Weakness of Service Sector


Role Played by Government to Increase
Employment Opportunities

Organized; Unorganised Sector


Need and Ways to Protect Workers in the
Unorganized Sectors

Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

II 09-14*

III 16-21*

Days

14-Working
Saturday
(Students)
21-Working
Saturday
(Students)

06

No of
Periods

Chapter

Revision

Contents

Revision

Syllabus

SA-1 Date :13 Sep 26 Sep


SA-1

06
Geography

Term I Exam 13 Sep to


26 Sep 2013

Chap-1 to 4
Economics
Chap 1 and 2

Oct-13

IV 23-27

05

Geography
Chap-V: Minerals and
Power Resources

V 30

01

Geography
Chap-V: Minerals and
Power Resources

I 01, 03-04

03

II 07-09

03

III 14,15,17,19*

19-Working
Saturday
(Students)

04

IV 21, 23-26*

26-Working
Saturday
(Open
House)

05

V 28-31

Importance; Classification of Minerals

Various Forms in which Minerals Occur


Distribution of Minerals

Iron Ore; Manganese, Copper


Mica, Limestone etc

Geography
Chap-V: Minerals and
Power Resources
Geography
Chap-V: Minerals and
Power Resources

Conventional & Non-conventional Sources


of Energy
Coal, Petroleum; Natural Gas

Geography
Chap-V: Minerals and
Power Resources

Non-Conventional Energy Solar, Wind, Tidal,


Biogas, Geo-Thermal
Conservation of Energy Resources

Economics

Functions of Money
Modern Forms of Money

Loan Activities of Banks


Role of Banks

Chap-III: Money and Credit


04

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Week

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No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Economics
Chap-III: Money and Credit

Nov-13

* * * Au t u m n B r e a k f r o m 1 0 - 1 1 O c t 2 0 1 3 * * *
Credit-Its need;
01
Terms of Credit
Economics

I 01

Chap-III: Money and Credit

II 06-09*

09-Working
Saturday
(Staff)

04
Economics
Chap-III: Money and Credit

III 11-13, 15-16*

IV 18-23*

16-Working
Saturday
(Students
only
participants)

05

23-Working
Saturday
(Staff)
22 Annual
Day

06

Geography
Chap-VI: Manufacturing
Industries

Geography
Chap-VI: Manufacturing
Industries

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Different Credit Arrangements


Supervision of Formal and Informal
Sources of Credit
Self Help Groups for Poor

Importance of Manufacturing Industries


Contribution of Industry to the Economy
Factors Responsible for the Location of
Industry
Classification of Industries
Pm the Basis of Raw Materials; Capital
Investment; Ownership
Textile Industry-Cotton Textile Jute Textile
Sugar Industry
Iron and Steel Industry

Syllabus

Month

Week

Dates

Days

V 25-29

05

No of
Periods

Chapter

Geography
Chap-VI: Manufacturing
Industries

Dec-13

I 02-07*

07-Working
Saturday
(Student)

06

Geography
Chap-VI: Manufacturing
Industries

Contents

Syllabus

Aluminium Industry
Chemical Industry
Cement Industry

Information Tech and Electronics


Industrial Pollution and Environmental
DegradationAir Pollution; Water, Noise,
Thermal Pollution

WT-3 : DATE: 9th Dec 27th


dec13
Geography
Chap-V: Minerals and Power
Resources
Economics
Chap-III: Money and Credit
Geography
Chap-VI
Manufacturing Industries

II 09-13

05

Economics
Chap-IV: Globalisation

III 16-20

05

Economics

Need for Economic Reforms


Liberalisation
Production Across Countries Previous and
Present Position
MNC's Factors Kept in Mind by MNC's for
Setting up Production
Foreign Trade and Integration of Markets

Globalisation
Factors that Enabled Globalisation
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Dates

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Feb-14

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Saturday
(Open
House)

04

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Chap-IV: Globalisation

Geography

Transport SystemIts Importance


RoadsImportance
Types of Roads

Chap-VII: Transport,
Communication; Trade

Impact of GlobalisationOn Cosumers,


Producers, On Workers
Struggle for Fair Globalisation
Role of Government in Making Fair
Role of People
Advantages of Fair Globalisation

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RailwaysProgress made by the Indian
05
Saturday
Railways since Independence
Chap-VII: Transport,
(Students)
Pipeline Transport
Major Pipelines
Communication; Trade
Water Transport; Type of Waterways
Major Ports
25-Working
Geography
Air Transport
06
Saturday
Communication Network
Chap-VII: Transport,
(Students)
Means of Communication
International Trade
Communication; Trade
Tourism as Trade
Need for Rules Regulations in the Market
05
Place
Economics
Need for Consumer Education
Chap-V: Consumer Rights
Forms of Consumer Exploitation
Causes of Consumer Exploitation

01-Working
Saturday
(Class XII
Farewell)

Consumer Movement
Consumer Rights
Duties of Consumers

01
Economics
Chap-V: Consumer Rights

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Syllabus

WT 4 17th Jan to 31st Jan14


Economics
Chap-IV: Globalisation
Geography
Chap-VII: Transport,
Communication; Trade

Month

Week

Dates

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Days

08-Working
Saturday
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House,
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CeremonyXII)

No of
Periods

Chapter

Contents

Syllabus

Measures to Protect Consumers


Weakness of the Consumer Redressal
Process

06
Economics
Chap-V: Consumer Rights

SA- II
III 10-14

IV 17-21

V 24-27

Mar-14

05

05

04

Revision

Revision

Revision

Geography
Chap- V Minerals and Power
Recourses
Chap VI Manufacturing industries
Chap VII Transport and
Communication and Trade
Economics

Revision

Revision

Revision

SA II - 27 Feb 14 Mar 2014


Term II Exam 10 Feb 21 Feb 2014

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Chap- III Money and credit


Chap IV Globlisition
Chap V Consumer Rights