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ST.

XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


SUMMARY
Syllabus for -FOUNDATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY for Class-X
"Every examination test for three things in general: knowledge, speed and accuracy".

FIRST SEMESTER
UNITS

I.

THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS/MODE

INTERNET
23rd March-15th MAY
SERVICES AVAILABLE ON
INTERNET
WEB SERVICES

world wide web, web servers, email address,


url, http.
Information retrieval, locating sites using search
engines and finding people on the net, chat.
e-learning,
e-banking,
e-shopping,
ereservation, e-groups, social networking.

CLASS WORK,
HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
CLASS WORK,
HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
ASSIGNMENT-1 (April
20th to 24th) (Integrated
Project)Based on

II.

OFFICE TOOLS
22nd JUNE-15TH JULY

database management tool

internet and web


services
CLASS WORK,
HOME WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-2(Class
Test)
May 6 to 15th May

Based on DBMS and


RDBMS
ASSIGNMENT-3
29th June to July 8th to
11th (individual Activity)

III.

DATA VALIDATION
16TH JULY-28TH AUG

REVISION
1st SEP- 18TH SEP

field size, default value, validation rule,


validation text, required, allow zero length.

CLASS WORK,
HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-4
July 28th to Aug 1st
(Group Activity)

completely based on
open office base to
make database and
related operations.
ASSIGNMENT-5
(Class Test) Aug 10th to
19th
ASSIGNMENT6(individual Activity)
1st to 4th Sep.

SECOND SEMESTER
UNITS
IV.

THEME
HTML
1st OCT-30th OCT

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
introduction to web page designing using html,

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
CLASS WORK,
HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK
ASSIGNMENT-1
Integrated Project)
12th Oct to 16th Oct

V.

ELEMENTS IN HTML
2nd NOV-17TH DEC

Type of elements

CLASS WORK,
HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,ASSIGNMENT2, 5th Nov to 9th Nov
(individual Activity)
ASSIGNMENT-3
23rd Nov to 2nd Dec
(Class Test)
ASSIGNMENT-4
11th Dec to 15th Dec
(Group Activity Based

VI.

XML
JAN15

introduction to xml

on web development
tools.
CLASS WORK,
HOME
WORK,PRACTICAL
WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-5
11th Jan to 15th Jan
(Class Test)

VII.

IT APPLICATIONS

students are suggested to work on the following


areas using database management tools and
html on topics implementing the tools covered
in the course.

Make a website using


all HTML tags on any
topic individually.
HOME WORK,
ASSIGNMENT-6
25th Jan to 29th Jan
(individual Activity)

Practical exam to
make some web pages
consists of HTML tags
only.

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG-2015-16


ENGLISH SYLLABUS FOR CLASS X
The pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow. For every challenge encountered there is opportunity for growth

SEMESTER- I
UNIT
I

II

THEME
23rd March to 31stMarch
Two Gentlemen of Verona Prose
7th April to 17th April
Health And Medicine:
laughter- the Best Medicine;
Fundamentals of -laughter
yoga
Natures Medicine

III

20th April to 30th April


Mrs. Packletides Tiger
(story)

IV

1stMay to 8th May


Determiners

VI

VII

Tense
11th May to 17th May
The frog and the
Nightingale
22nd June to 30thJune
Mirror
Education: My ;struggle for
an Education; Education the
girl Child; Inclusive
Education, Vocational
Education
1st July to 17th July
The Dear Departed

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
-Identifying characters and their roles. Fiction writing.
-Moral- Sincere, hard work, accountability and hope for the
society.
-Reading skills Reading a poem for global and local
comprehension
-Deducing meaning of unfamiliar lexical items,
-Writing skills- Informal letter, E-mail writing
-Vocabulary- phrasal verbs, word extension related to eating
and builds.
Speaking Skills-expressing opinion
-Reading fluently and meaningfully.
-Identifying characters and their characteristics displayed in
the story.
-Deducing meaning from context.
-Understanding what determiner is. Identifying determiners
and their usages.
-Understand each tense and their types with example. When
and how they are used in sentence.
-Reading in accordance with the meaning and Rhyming
scheme.
- Poetic devices: Metaphor, imagery words, simile,
alliteration etc. critical appreciation of the poem.
-Reading with proper intonation and according to the
meaning of the poem.
-Poetic devices: personification, simile, metaphor
-Reading Skill- identifying main points of a text;
-Writing skill- Conversation, Expressing personal feelings,
opinion and attitudes, Debate.
-Vocabulary-Words to describe a persons character
-Identifying the main idea and purpose of the play.
-Comprehend and infer ideas and message. Appreciate the
humour.

20th July to 30th July


The Story of My Life
(Novel)
Ch. 1 to 14

-Enhance the ability to comprehend long reading,


-Identifying characters and their important roles in the story.
-Deducing meaning from the context

IX

3rd Aug to 14th Aug


The Letter

17hAug to 28th Aug


Subject Verb agreement

-Recall direct facts.


-Identifying characters and qualities displayed by them.
-Deduce word meaning from context.
-Learn about the relationship between a subject and its verb.
-Identifying subjects or noun is singular or plural.
-Identifying Non-finite and finite verbs.
-The importance of non-finite in formal writing helps in
compactness and economy by avoiding repetition.
Historical Poem; Significance of time; Vanity of human
wishes and desire.
- Understanding Sonnet;
-Poetic devices: Personification, alliteration
-Recalling and correlating experiences.
- Understanding and identifying relatives eg. Who, whose,
whom, which, where, when etc.
-Understanding various types of connectors and their usages
in writing paragraph.
-To enable and enhance the speaking ability, to develop
logical and argumentative presentation of the opinion

VIII

Non-Finites- Infinitives and


participles
Nor Marble, Nor the Gilded
Monuments
XI

31st Aug to 11th Sept


ALS
Connectors

XII

14th Sept to 18thSept


Revision

-To develop the ability of purposeful listening and to have


general understanding

SEMESTER - II
I

1st Oct to 9th Oct


A shady Plot(Fiction)

-Reading fluently. Analyzing characters and situations,

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

Assessment -1 ( Group activity)


Integrated Project
Topic: Sustainable Development
(20th April to 24th April

Assessment -2Class Test


Unit I & III
(6th May To 15th May)

Assessment -3 ( English Essay Writing of 11th May


will be taken up as an Assessment -3)
Fluency of ideas-3 Language accuracy-2 Expression
-3 and Presentation-2
Assessment -4 Group Activity
(28th July to 1st Aug)
Group Presentation
Novel
Students are divided in groups and assigned
chapters for their presentation

Assessment -5 Class Test


(10th Aug to 19th Aug)

Unit VII & IX

Assessment-6 Class Test


(1st Sept to 4th Sept)
Listening Assessment

12th Oct to 30th Oct


PatolBabu, A film Star

II

Conditionals: Probable
conditionals, Hypothetical
conditional, The impossible
conditional
Comparisons
2ndNov to 27th Nov
Ozymadias

III

appreciate the humour.


-Read fluently, Pronounce correctly,
-Deduce meaning from context,
-Identifying characters role and the qualities depicted.
-Identifying & understanding conditional sentences and their
formation.
-Comprehending different types of conditionals.
-Recalling and correlating Comparison of similarity and
dissimilarity
-Vanity of Human wishes
-Historical poem
-Time remains unbeaten and most powerful.

Assessment -1 Integrated Project


Topic: Waste Management
(12th Oct to 16th Oct)

Assessment -2 Individual Activity


(5thd Nov to 9th Nov)
Reading comprehension
Assessment -3 Class Test
Units :-I & II
Nov 23- Dec 2

IV

VI

Part I &II The Rime of the


ancient Mariner

-Narrative poem;
-Identifying characters.
-Understanding why ancient mariner stops one of the
wedding guests. Supernatural elements

30th Nov to 17th Dec


The Story of Life
Novel (Chapters 16-23)
Nov to 5th Dec
Travel and Tourism: (a)
Land of all seasons (b) Eco
Tourism (c)The Emrald
Islands (d) Promoting
Tourism
5th Jan to 16th Jan
30th Nov to 17th Dec
Julius Caesar (Drama 24th

- Enhance the ability to comprehend long reading,


- Identifying characters and their important roles in the story.
-Deducing meaning from the context
Reading and comprehending texts;
- Distinguishing main points from the supporting details;
-Preparing advertisement, Article, notice, informal letter,
-Speech presentation; Vocabulary: Words related to tourism
industry

19th Jan to 30th Jan


Virtually True

VIII

IX

-Enhance the ability to comprehend long reading,


- Identifying characters and their important roles in the story.
-Deducing meaning from the context
-Reading and comprehending the text.
- Deducing meaning from context. Enhancing vocabulary.

Snake

-Recalling and correlating past experience.


-Education of the society. Comprehending contextual
meaning.

2nd Feb to 6th Feb

-To enable and enhance the speaking ability, to develop


logical and argumentative presentation of the opinion

ASL

Assessment -4 Group Activity


11th Dec to 15th Dec
Group presentation of the novel

Assessment -5 Class Test


11th Jan to 15rd Jan
Unit VI

Assessment -6 Individual Activity


MCQ (Grammar)
25th Jan to 29th Jan

2nd Feb to 6th Feb

ASL

-To develop the ability of purposeful listening and to have


general understanding
X

Revision

The pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow. For every challenge encountered there is opportunity for
growth.

Notes to be observed:

Studentsbehavior 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 assignments 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 (NCRT) 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.

Date
23 Mar
13Apr

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2014-15


Hindi Syllabus for STD. 10th
FIRST SEMESTER 23rd March 30th September
Learning Objectives

Unit
1. f{kfrTk 2 & Ikn~; Hkkx
lwjnkLk & lwjnkLk &m /kkS ]
lwjnkl us izse;ksx dks Kku ;ksx ls egRoiw.kZ crk;k gSA
rqe gkS vfr cM+ Hkkxh

th

nd

22
June
to
th
30
June

st

1 July
to
th

16
July

Assessment 1 (Integrated)

nsOk&ik;fUk
ik;fUk Ukwiqj]
Mkj&nzqe iyuk] QfVd
&flykuh
10. xn~k kx usrkTkh dk
Pkek & Loka izdkk
11. f{kfrTk 2 & xn~k
kx cky xfCku HkxRk &
jkEkOk`{k csuhiqjh

1- ".k ds jktlh :Ik lkSUn;Z dk o.kZuA 2- olar dks ckyd ds :Ik esa fn[kkdj
(due on 20-24th Apr)
izd`fr ds lkFk jkxkRed lEcU/kfn[kkuk A 3-pkWanuh jkr dh dkafr dks nkkZus ds fy,
Sustainable development
ikjnkhZ fcac dk lqUnj iz;ksxA
nskHkfDr ds fy, mez] kkjhfjd] ekufld ;k vkfFkZd {kerk ugha cfYd Hkkouk dh
vko;drk gSA
cky xfCku HkxRk dk O;fDrRo] euq";rk] yksd laLD`fr vkSj lkewfgd psruk dk izrhd izukskj kSyh dk iz;ksx ,oa vFkZ xzg.k
gSA ;g ikB lkekftd :f<;ksa ij izgkj djrk gS
izukskj djukA

12.

irukhy lkeafr oxZ tks okLrfodrk ls cs[kcj ,d cukoVh thou kSyh ds vknh gS
vkt ds le; esa Hkh ,slh ijthoh laLd`fr dks ns[kk tk ldrk gS A

3.

14
Apr th
15
May

Assessment
Nk=kksa }kjk ikB ls lEcfU/kr oLrqfu"B izukskj
,oa vH;kl iwjk djukA

Yk[kuOkhvnakt&
t ;kiky
O;kdj.k %& vifBr cks/k
4- f{kfrTk -2
2 Ikn~;
Hkkx -Tk;kadjlkn&
&
vkRedF;
5. lwkZdkUr f=ikBh
^fUkjkyk^& mRlkg] vV ug
jgh gS A

Assessments 2 (due on 6 -15th May)


Class Test f{kfrTk:f{kfrTk

Ikn~; Hkkx lwjnkLk; i= ys[ku

vifBr dkO;kak ,oa xn~;kak dk vFkZ ,oa Hkko cks/k izkIr djukA
fn, x, fodYiksa ds lgh mkj nsAa
Nk;koknh lw{erk ds vuq:Ik vius euksHkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr }kjk ;FkkFkZ dh Lohd`fr gS Assessment 3 (due on 29 Jun -8
rks nwljh rjQ ,d egku dfo dh fouezrk A
July)(individual)
f{kfrTk&xn~
f{kfrTk k kx ls O;fDrxr fyf[kr
1-Lkekftd dzkafr ;k cnyko esa lfgR; dh Hkwfedk egRoiw.kZ gksrh gSAa
vfHkO;fDrA ikB:- usrkTkh dk Pkek
2- dfo us Qkxqu ds lkSUn;Z ,oa meax dks izkd`frd ifjosk ds lkFk ekuoh; eu esa
izuksRrj kSyh dk iz;ksx ,oa vFkZ xzg.k izu
Hkh O;kIr fd;k gS A
djukA ikB ls lEcfU/kr oLrqfu"B izuksRrj
,oa vH;kl iwjk djukA

Date

Unit
6.

th

17 July
to
th
30 Aug

1- 14
Aug

17 - 31
Aug
1st Sept
to

f{kfrTk 2 Ikn~;

Hkkx&ukxktqZu ;g narqfjr
eqLdku] Qly
O;kdj.k:O;kdj.k jpuk ds vk/kkj ij
okD; Hksn

Learning Objectives

Assessment

cPpksa dh fupy eqLdku dBksjrk dks Hkh dkseyrk esa


ifjofrZr dj nsrh gS A Qly& miHkksxrk&laLd`fr ds
nkSj esa f"k&laLfr dk egRo izfriknu A
jpuk ds vuqlkj okD; Hksn] miokD; ,oa ifjokZu ls
voxr gksuk A

dkO; lEcfU/kr ljkguk izukskj djukA


Assessment 4 (due on 28th July) dkO;
Hkkx ls & lewg dk;Z dyki&
f{kfrTk 2 & Ikn~; Hkkx ikB - *nso*
loS;k ,oa dfok] lewg ifjppkZ ,oa fyf[kr
vfHkO;fDrA

frdk kx 2 &1.fkoiwtu xzkeh.k thou ds ifjosk] ekrk&firk dk cPpksa ls izse rFkk


vH;kl ,oa ewY;ijd (value) izukskj
cky
euks
H
kkoks
a
dh
vfHkO;fDr
gS
A
djukA
lgk; ekrk dk vaPky
O;a
X
;kRed
ys
[
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}kjk
vW
x
a
t
s
z
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gq
d
w
e
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Ls
k
vktknh
feyus
ds
ckn
Assessment 5 (due on 10 -19 Aug)(class
2. tktZ iaPke dh ukd
Hkh lkk ls tqMs fofHkk izdkj ds yksxksa dh vkSifuoskd nkSj
test) Jo.k dkSky
O;kdj.k & okP;]
okP;] in ifjp;
O;kdj.k & jl
jpuk &i= ys[ku

dh ekufldrk vkSj fonskh vkd"kZ.k ij xgjh pksV gS k


okP; dh ifjHkk"kk] Hksn ,oa ifjorZu ls voxr djkukA inksa
dh O;kdjf.kd ifjp; ls voxr djkuk A
dkO; esa fofHkUu jlhsa ,oa Hkko dk Kku izkIr djukA

fofHku izdkj ds ifjorZu izu ,oa oLrqfu"B izuksa


dks fyf[kr ,oa cksMZ+ dk;Z }kjk djukA

fofHkUu izdkj ds izuksa dk vH;kl djukA

Assessment 6 (due on 1-4 Sep)


i=& ys[ku ds vkSipkfjd ,oa vukSipkfjd :i ls
Activity
ys[ku dyk] Hkko vfHkO;fDr ,oa i= ds fofHkUu :iksa Individual
okpu dkSky
ls voxr djkuk A
ys[ku ds fofo/k :i dk vH;kl djukA

th

18 Sept

la{ksi.k }kjk ys[ku dh fo/kkdk Kku izkIr djukA


ladsr fcUnq ds v/kkj ij fuca/k fy[kuk

lkj ys[ku
fuca/k ys[ku
1st

Semester Exam

September 21- 30

Semester 2 1st Oct 28th Feb 2016

Date
1-17
Oct

Unit
2 Ikn~; Hkkx
f{kfrTk -2
2. RkqyLkhnkl & jke y{e.k &
ijkqjke laOkkn

Learning Objectives
Assessment
jke pfjr ekul ds cky dkaM esa izLrqr ijkqjke ds /k opu dk y{e.k }kjk dkO; lEcfU/kr ljkguk izuksRrj djukA izukskj
O;aX;ksfDr;kWa ,oa O;atuk kSyh esa vfHkO;fDr ,oa jke }kjk /k ij /kS;Z ls
kSyh dk iz;ksx ,oa vFkZ xzg.k izu djukA
fot; izkIr djukA
Assessment 1 (due on 12 - 16th Oct
Integrated) Waste management

26 -10
Nov

xn~k kx 13 EkkuOkh; d#.kk dh


fnO; ped & losZOkj n;ky
14 ,d dgkuh ;g Hkh & eUuw
HkaMkjhA
frdk kx 2 3&
& lkuk&lkuk&
gkFk tksfM&e/kq
dkadfj;k
M

Qknj cqYds dh tUeHkwfe csfYt;e Fkh ijUrq deZHkwfe Hkkjr FkhA muds eu esa
Hkkjr] Hkkjroklh ,oa Hkkjrh; laLd`fr ds izfr yxko ,oa izse Fkk A
eUuw HkaMkjh dk ikfjokfjd izHkko dk O;fDrRo fuekZ.k esa Hkwfedk ,oa vktknh
dh yMkbZ esa vga Hkkxhnkjh
Ysf[kdk }kjk egkuxjksa dh Hkko kwU;rk ls ijsa ;k=k ds }kjk euksjatu] Kkuo)Zu
,oa vKkr LFkyksa dh Hkk"kk vkSj laLfr ls voxr djkuk A

f{kfrTk kx 2
19 -30
Nov

1-18
Dec

xn~k kx &15. L=h fk{kk ds


iqjkruiaFkh fopkjksa dk L=h fk{kk lEcU/kh f}osnh }kjk rdZlEer [kaMu A
fojks/kh dqrdksZa dk [kaMu & egkohj
izlkn
d`frdk kx2 4 & ,gh BS;k------ ys[kd us lekt dh eq[; /kkjk ls cfg"r vkSj misf{kr le>s tkus okys oxZ
---jkek
ds vareZu esa O;kIr tUe Hkwfe ds izfr vlhe izse ,oa ;ksxnku dks O;Dr fd;k
gS A
f{kfrTk 2 7. Ikn~; kx% fxfjtk vrhr dh Le`fr;ksa dks Hkwy orZeku dk lkeuk dj Hkfo"; dk oj.k djuk A
dqekj ekFkqqj & Nk;k er Nwuk
8. _rq jkt & dU;knku
thou esa Hkkoqdrk ds LFkku ij] ek ds lafpr vuqHkoksa dh ihMk+ dh izkekf.kd
vfHkO;fDr gS A
d`frdk kx2 5& eSa D;ksa fy[krk
gwW&
a vKs;

vuqHko ds fcuk vuqHkwfr ugha gksrh vkSj vuqHko tc Hkko&txr vkSj laosnuk
dk fgLlk curk gS rHkh og dykRed vuqHkwfr esa :ikarfjr gksrk gS A

Xkn~kak ds vuqlkj fn;s x;s fodYiksa dk lgh p;u


djukA
Assessment 2 Individual activity
(Due on 5 - 9 Nov)

(okpu dkSky)
vH;kl ,oa ewY;ijd (value) izukskj djukA
vH;kl ,oa vFkZ xzg.k djuk
Assessment 3
(due on 23 Nov- 3 Dec)Class test

f{kfrTk ,d dgkuh ;g Hkh


O;kdj.k & jl
vH;kl ,oa ewY;ijd (value) izukskj djukA

ikB ls lEcfU/kr vH;kl ,oa ljkguk izukskj


djuk]
Assessment 4 (Due on 11th - 15th Dec)
Group activity. L=h fk{kk ds fojks/kh dqZrdksa dk

[kaMuA dkO; lEcfU/kr ljkguk izukskj djukA


vH;kl ,oa ewY;ijd (value) izukskj djukA

UkkScr[kkus
f{kfrTk 2 16. xn~; Hkkx%UkkS
4 Jan
esa bcknr&
bcknr ;rhUnz feJk
to
laLd`fr & Hknar vkuan
15 Jan 17.la
18-29
Jan

1 Feb
to
17 Feb

f{kfrTk 2 Ikn~; Hkkx%

9.

exysk

Mcjky & laxrdkj


O;kdj.k & in ifjp;
O;kdj.k %& okP; & dr`Z ]
vdr`ZokP;] rFkk okP; ifjorZu
okD; Hksn]
jl]
i= ys[ku]
lkj ys[ku
vifBr cks/k

fofLeyk [kk ds fofHkk igywvksa dks mtkxj dj laxhr lk/kuk ds izfr leiZ.k
dh Hkkouk O;Dr A
Ekkuo laLfr vfoHkkT; gS tks ekuork ds fy, dY;k.kdkjh ugha gS] og u rks
laLfr gS vkSj u lH;krk A
Eqk[; dykdkjksa dh lQyrk ds fy, lgk;d }kjk dh xbZ R;kx dh
Hkkouk mldh vlQyrk ugha ekuork gS A
inksa dh O;kdjf.kd ifjp; ls voxr djkuk A
okP; dh ifjHkk"kk] Hksn ,oa ifjorZu ls voxr djkuk]
jpuk ds vuqlkj] jpukarj.kA
dkO; esa fofHkUu jlhsa ,oa Hkko dk Kku izkIr djukA
vkSipkfjd ,oa vukSipkfjd i= ds fu;e ,oa izdkj ls voxr gksukA
la{ksi.k }kjk ys[ku dh fo/kk dk Kku izkIr djukA
xn~;kak ,oa dkO;kak

2nd Semester Exam

izuksRrj kSyh dk iz;ksx ,oa vFkZ xzg.k izu djukA


Assessment 5 (due on 11th 15th Jan)
Class test Jo.k dkSky

vFkZxzg.k izukskj ,oa vH;kl djokuk


fofHku izdkj ds ifjorZu izu ,oa oLrqfu"B izuksa
dks fyf[kr ,oa cksMZ+ dk;Z }kjk djukA
Assessment 6 (due on 25 - 29 Jan)
Individual activity

Lkkuk lkuk gkFk tksfM+

fofHkUu izdkj ds jl lacfU/kr izuksa dk


vH;kl djukA
ys[ku ds fofo/k :i dk vH;kl djukA

February 19 - 28

Books:- Kritika part 2, Kshitiz part 2, Hindi Vyakaran.


Note Copies:- Please keep separate copies for d`frdk ,oa f{kfrTk xn~; Hkkx (one copy) Ikn~; Hkkx (one copy) and one copy for
O;kdj.k ,oa jpuk .
Assessments :- Not submitted on time will carry minus one mark per day and will not be taken after 7days from the due
date.
Note:- (1) Value based (ewewY; ijd)
mPp fparu o euu)
ijd questions will be asked from chapters of Kritika Part 2 and HOT (mPp
euu
questions from the chapters of Kshitiz part 2
(2)It is mandatory for the students to bring their hindi note copy and book every day. They should also have their own pen
& pencil in the class.
Any kind of indesciplinary activity will not be tolerated and the students will be asked to give an explanation in writing for
such activity.

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


Syllabus forTERM - 1
History:
Chapter 4

SOCIAL SCIENCE
THEME
The making of a
Global World

for
DURATION
23rd March 15th
April
10 periods

Civics:
Chapter 1

Power sharing

16th April 30 April


6 periods

Economics:
Chapter 1

Development

1st May 15th May


5 periods

History:
Chapter 8

Novels, Society
and History

22nd June 10th July


8 periods

Civics:
Chapter 2

Federalism

13th July 24th July


6 periods

Economics:
Chapter 2

Sectors of the
Indian Economy

27th July 7th


August
5 periods

Class-10
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1) Comprehend that globalization
has long history.
2) Analyze the implication of
globalization for local
economies.
3) Trace how globalization had
been experienced differently by
different social groups.
1) To know why and how power
is shared in democracies.
2) Understand the working of
spatial social power sharing
mechanisms
3) To understand importance of
different organs i.e legislature,
executive and judiciary.
1) Become familiar with basic
concepts like development, per
capita income, literacy rate, HDI
and Sustainable development.
2) Understand the different
indicators of development.
3) Compare economic and non
economic indicators of
development.
1) Trace the history of
emergence of novels as a form of
modern literature.
2) Show that these novels reflect
historical and social changes and
shape the forces change.
3) Get familiarized some of the
ideas of writers who have had a
powerful impact on society.
1) To analyze federal provisions
and institutions.
2) To understand the new
Panchayati Raj Institutions in
rural and urban areas.
3) To understand the Objective of
Decentralization.
1) Understand the significance of
the services sector in the Indian
economy in the context of its
contribution to GDP and
employment.
2) Identify the challenges faced in
trying to raise employment levels
in India.
3) Distinguish between the
organized and unorganized
sectors and give specific examples
of how services fit into each of

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( Geography )

ASSESSMENT 2
Class Test
( History )
The making of a
Global World

ASSESSMENT 3
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

ASSESSMENT 4
( Economics )
How Bank help
Indian Economy?

Civics:
Chapter 3

Democracy and
Diversity

10th August 31th


August
5 periods

Civics:
Chapter 4

Gender, Religion
and Caste

1st September 18th


September
5 periods

Second
History:
Chapter 2

Semester
The Nationalist
movement in Indo
China

From
1 October 16th
October
st

6 periods

Civics:
Chapter 5

Popular struggles
and movement

26thOctober
6thNovember
4 periods

Economics:
Chapter 3

Money and Credit

9thNovember
- 27th November
4 periods

History:
Chapter 3

Nationalism in
India

1st December 22nd


December
5 periods

Civics:
Chapter 6

Political parties

4th January 11th


January
4 periods

these sections.
1) Know the concept of the social
differences and their causes.
2)
Distinguish
between
overlapping and cross cutting
differences.
3)
Learn
how
democracy
accommodates social diversities.
1) Develop awareness regarding
differences in sex, caste and
religion.
2) Develop sensitivity to the
social and religious differences
that exist in countries.
3) Develop respect for the rights
of the social divisions that exist in
society.
1st October
1) Discuss the difference between
French colonialism in Indo China
and British colonialism.
2) Outline the difference stages of
the anti imperialist struggles in
Indo China.
3) Familiarize the students with
differences between nationalist
movement in Indo China and
India.
1) Understanding the vital role of
struggle in the expansion of
democracy.
2) Analyze the role of social
movement and non party political
formations.
3) Introduction to the difficult
question of evaluating the
functioning of democracy.
1) Explain the role of money as a
medium of exchange.
2) Identify the modern forms of
money.
3) Critically evaluate the different
sources of credit formal and
informal sector.
1) Discuss the characteristics of
Indian nationalism through a case
study of Civil Disobedience
Movement.
2) Analyze the nature of the
diverse social movements of the
time.
3) Familiarize students with
writings and ideals of different
political groups and individuals,
notably Mahatma Gandhi.
1) Analyze party systems in
democracies.
2) Introduction to major political
parties in the country.

ASSESSMENT 3
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

ASSESSMENT 6
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

17th February
ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( Geography )

ASSESSMENT 2
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

ASSESSMENT 3
Class Test
( Civics )
Popular struggles and
movement.

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity
( Economics )
How modern
Currency and their
value reflect
country`s economic
development (
Developed,
Underdevelopment
and Developing )

3) Comprehend the various types


of party system.

Economics:
Chapter 4

Globalization and
the Indian
economy

12th January- 19th


January
4 periods

Civics:
Chapter 7

Outcomes of
democracy

20th January- 29th


January
3 periods

Economics:
Chapter 5

Consumer Rights

1st February 8th


February
3 periods

Civics:
Chapter 8

Challenges to
Democracy

9th February- 17th


February
3 periods

1) Familiarize with basic concepts


like globalization, liberalization,
privatization, MNC, and trade
barriers.
2) Understand the difference
between foreign trade and foreign
investment.
3) Correlate liberalization with
easy availability of foreign goods.
1) Realize the importance of
citizen`s participation in decision
making.
2) Compare democratic
governments with that of non
democratic in all respects
including economic growth and
development.
3) Inculcate the value of dignity
and freedom of individuals in a
democracy.

1) Familiarize with the


basic concepts like MRP,
COPRA, redressal,
certification marks etc.
2) Understand the different
ways in which consumers
can be exploited.
3) Identify the rights and
duties of a consumer.
1) Understand the
challenges facing
democracy.
2) Help students find
answers to the challenges.
3) Understand and
conceptualize the lesson in
a much more effective way.

ASSESSMENT 5
Class Test
( History )
Nationalism in India

ASSESSMENT 6
Individual Activity
Disaster Management

ASSESSMENT
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

The class will be divided into five groups for group activities, discussion and quiz.
Late comers wont be allowed inside the class.
The students will keep three regular note books and a thin copy for test and probable questions from each unit.
Atlas should be brought on the days when we have geo. Classes in the schedule.
Assignments must be submitted as per schedule. Late submission will cause deduction of one mark for each day
up to a maximum relaxation of three days.
Grading policy and evaluation rubrics of assignment will be communicated at the time of giving the assignments.
Answer sheets are to be kept in the class files after getting signed by the parents.

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2014-15

CLASS 10ABC

WORK IS WORSHIP
DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY Term-I (APRIL-SEPTEMBER)
Theme :

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The world of The Living


1) Life Processes :


How do we stay
alive :

What are the


processes needed
for living?

(23rd MARCH 10th JULY)

Idea of Molecular processes/metabolism that determines the ultimate living status and the
requirement of material and energy.
Basic concept of the following processes in plants and animals.
NUTRITION: Autotrophic Nutrition in Plants, Requirement and Steps of Photosynthesis, experiments of
Photosynthesis, nitrogen requirement; Heterotrophic Nutrition in Unicellular organisms, Nutrition in Human
beings, Human Digestive System-.
RESPIRATION: Basic idea of Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration, gaseous exchange in Plants, role of
stomata, Respiration in different Animals. Human respiratory system, its various structural components and
their functions, basic idea of breathing mechanism and Respiratory Pigment.
TRANSPORT : Need of transport in Plants , Transport mechanism of Water and Minerals in Plants from
Roots to Leaves, Components and Role of Xylem tissue, Transpiration, transpiration-pull.
Basic idea of blood, role of Plasma, RBC, WBC, Platelets, blood clotting, formation and function of Lymph.
Meaning of closed Circulatory System, idea of Blood vessels, role and differences between Arteries, Veins
and Capillaries
Various parts of Human Heart and the functions of each part, idea of Cardiac cycle and Heart beats, Pulse
rate, blood pressure and its measurement, Hypertension.
EXCRETION : Basic Idea of Metabolic Wastes, Excretion and excretory organs, excretory products in
Plants and Various ways of removal, Human excretory products and their removal, Structure of Kidneys and
the excretory system and its role, Structure of Nephron, process of filtration and Urine formation by
Nephrons, kidney failure and Haemodialysis.

2) Control and Coordination in Plants


andAnimals

CONTROL AND COORDINATION IN PLANTS : Difference between Nervous and Chemical Control,
basic idea of control in Plants, through chemicals, meaning of Tropic movements in plants and their reasons,
Experiments on tropic movements in plants geotropism, hydrotropism, phototropism, Introduction to plant
hormones, viz. Auxin, Gibberellins, Cytokinins, Ethylene and ABA along with their major Roles.

(13th JULY- 31st AUG)

CONTROL AND COORDINATION IN ANIMALS: voluntary, involuntary and reflex


action, role of spinal cord as control station of Reflex-actions, structure of Neurons, idea of receptors and
nerves, Components of Human nervous system; Various parts of Brain and their Functional attributes,
chemical coordination: idea of major Endocrine glands ( Pituitary, Thyroid, Adrenal, Pancreas and Gonads)
and animal hormones.
Source and Role of major Hormones in Human body and deficiency symptoms.
(Gigantism, Dwarfism, Diabetes etc.)

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

Assessment of
understanding:
An objective type class
test to find out the level
of understanding, after
the end of the unit, based
on:
What processes would
you consider essential
for maintaining life?

PRACTICAL
VERIFICATION OF
KNOWLEDGE:

a) The students shall


find out the location
and functions of
different endocrine
glands and arrange
them in a tabular
form.

DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY Term-II (OCTOBER-FEBRUARY)


THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

APPLICATION OF
LEARNING:

World of living :
1) Reproduction
a) General idea

How Organisms Create Exact copies of themselves, Role of DNA- copying and copy errors during Cell division and
formation of reproductive cells, Comparison of Asexual and sexual reproduction and their advantages as well as
disadvantages, details of some common methods of Asexual reproduction viz. Fission, Budding, Fragmentation, Spore
formation and Regeneration with examples.

b)Reproduction in Plants

What is Vegetative propagation? Various ways of natural and Artificial vegetative propagation in plants Tissue culture
. Sexual reproduction in Plants :- Parts of a typical flower, importance of Stamen and Pistil, formation of Pollen and
Egg inside ovule, Pollination and its types, fertilization followed by seed and fruit formation, parts of a Gram seed.

c) Reproduction
Human

Basic idea of Puberty, Primary sex-organs/Gonads i.e. Testes and Ovary, production of Gametes, Sex hormones and
their roles to bring about changes in males and females during Puberty. Components and functional details of Human
Male Reproductive System and its purpose. Components and functional details of Human Female Reproductive
System and its purpose, menstruation Cycle and its importance. Reproductive health-need for and methods of

in

(1st OCT-20th NOV)

2) Heredity and evolution

(24th NOV-19thJAN)

3) Conservation of natural
resources:
(20th JAN-29th JAN)

4) Our environment:

family planning for birth control and its need in India, Physical, chemical IUCDs and Surgical methods,
STDs- causes and preventions, safe sex vs HIV/AIDS, termination of pregnancies, Female foeticide.

Study the sexual parts of 5


common flowers from your
neighboring garden.
Collect 5 common Seeds
available at your home,
soak them in water and
open the soaked seeds to
see embryonal axis,
Cotyledons etc. Also draw
their neat labelled diagram
of both.
GROUP WORK:
Make an assignment report
on various kinds of
sexually transmitted
diseases, and also mention
their treatment if any.

Basic idea of Heredity and Variation; sources of Variation and accumulation of Variation during reproduction, good
and bad variations, importance of variations for the species in evolutionary terms, Mendel's contribution- Monohybrid
and Dihybrid Cross in Garden Pea, Laws for inheritance of traits: Sex determination in Human beings.Brief
introduction of basic concepts of evolution, Acquired and Inherited Traits, Darwin and Lamarcks Theory, Importance
of Natural Selection, Genetic-drift, Gene-flow and Isolation (Geographic and Reproductive) in Speciation, types of
speciation, Basic idea of Origin of Life, Urey-Miller experiment, Evolution and Classification- molecular phylogeny,
Tracing Evolutionary trends and relationships- Homologous and Analogous organs, Fossils formation and their
importance, Evolution Vs Progress, Evolution by stages, Evolution of modern cultivars of wild cabbage through
Artificial Selection, Human Evolution.
1) How can we contribute to protect environment in our locality? What are the major global environmental issues of
direct relevance to us? Management of natural resources. Conservation and judicious use of natural resources. Forest
and wild life, coal and petroleum conservation, Ganga Action Plan.2) What are the steps expected on the part of local
people and administration to maintain balances in nature in our region? Can we help? Peoples participation in forest,
land and water conservation, Chipko movement. Sal forest restoration in WB, Amrita Devi Bishnoi Award, Case
study of Great Himalayan National Park, Legal perspectives in conservation. The regional environment - Big dams:
advantages and limitations; alternatives if any. Water harvesting (Traditional water harvesting systems like Kuhl,
Bunds, Khadin system etc.) Sustainability of natural resources, The 3 Rs.

Our Environment: Components of Ecosystem- Biotic and Abiotic, Energy flow, food chain and food-web, trophic
level, Ecological Pyramids, Biomagnification, Environmental problems, what can we do? Bio degradable, nonbiodegradable wastes, Managing our Garbage, problem of Ozone depletion.

Learning Experience:
Collection of one
Article/story on
Conservation, by each
student of the class;
Writing one Slogan by
each student on
Conservation, for
spreading awareness
on environmental
Issues.

Reflection:
(1st FEB-11thFEB)

Q. list down some causes


which results in
biomagnification in the local
water bodies of your town.

DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR CHEMISTRY Term-I (APRIL SEPTEMBER)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

THEME
INDIVIDUAL WORK

A) Materials :
1) Chemical Substances - Nature
and Behaviour

Chemical reactions: Chemical equation, Balanced chemical equation, implications of a balanced chemical equation,
types of chemical reactions: combination, decomposition, displacement, double displacement, precipitation,
neutralization, oxidation and reduction.

The students shall be asked to


collect detailed idea about
oxidation process in everyday
life.
INDIVIDUAL WORK

(23rd MARCH 23rd APRIL)

2) Acids, bases and salts


(1st MAY 6th JULY)

Acids, bases and salts : Their definitions in terms of furnishing of H+ and OH- ions, General properties, examples
and uses, concept of pH scale(Definition relating to logarithm not required), importance of pH in everyday life;
preparation and uses of sodium hydroxide, Bleaching powder, Baking soda, Washing soda and Plaster of Paris.

3) Metals and Non metals


(7thJULY- 27th AUG)

List at least ten chemical


compounds that we use in our
daily life that contains a) acid
b) base, with their chemical
formulae.
INDIVIDUAL WORK:

The students shall be asked to


write down the different
chemical reactions illustrating
different chemical properties
of metals and non metals.
WORK IN PAIRS:

Metals and non metals: Properties of metals and non-metals, reactivity series, formation and properties
of ionic Compounds, basic metallurgical processes, corrosion and its prevention.
DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR CHEMISTRY Term-II (OCTOBER-FEBRUARY)

Explain the extraction of at


least one highly reactive, one
moderately reactive and one
less reactive metal to give pure
metal.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

THEME
1) Carbon compounds
st

th

(1 OCT-17 DEC)

2) Periodic classification of
elements

Carbon compounds: Covalent bonding in carbon compounds. Versatile nature of carbon. Homologous series
Nomenclature of carbon compounds containing functional groups (halogens, alcohol, ketones, aldehydes, alkanes
and alkynes), difference between saturated hydrocarbons and unsaturated hydrocarbons. Chemical properties of
carbon compounds (combustion, oxidation, and addition and substitution reaction). Ethanol and Ethanoic acid (only
properties and uses), soaps and detergents-cleansing action.
Periodic classification of elements: Need for classification, Modern periodic table, gradation in properties, valency,
atomic number, metallic and non-metallic properties.

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
EXPLORATION:
The students will be asked to
collect idea about the three
allotropes of carbon.

INDIVIDUAL WORK

a) Prepare a chart of modern


periodic table.
b) Tabulate the variation in
different properties of the
different elements along the
period and group.

(4th JAN-5th FEB)

DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR PHYSICS Term-I (APRIL SEPTEMBER)

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

A) HOW THINGS WORK:


1) EFFECTS OF CURRENT
(23rd March to 15th May)

Electric current and potential difference. Ohms law; resistance, resistivity, factors on which the resistance of a
conductor depends. Series combination of resistors, parallel combination of resistors and its applications in daily life.
Electric power, inter relation between P, V, I and R.

2) MAGNETIC EFFECT OF
CURENT
(23rd June to 13th August)

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

Magnetic effects of current: magnetic field, field lines, field due to a current carrying conductor, field due to a current
carrying coil or solenoid; force on current carrying conductor, Flemings Left Hand Rule. Electro-magnetic induction.
Induced potential difference, Induced current. Flemings Right Hand Rule, Direct Current, Alternating Current,
domestic electric circuits.

MCQ test based on chapter


shall be taken

B) NATURAL RESOURCES:
GROUP WORK:
1) SOURCES OF ENERGY

Different forms of energy, conventional and non conventional sources of energy; fossil fuels, solar energy, bio gas,
wind, water and tidal energy, nuclear energy. Renewable versus non renewable sources.

In pairs discuss the scope of


alternative sources of energy.

(17th August 4th Sep)

DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR PHYSICS Term-II (OCTOBER-FEBRUARY)

THEME
C) NATURAL
PHENOMENON:

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Application of Knowledge

1) LIGHT- Reflection &


Refraction
(1st Oct 21st Dec )

Reflection of light at curved surfaces, images formed by spherical mirrors, centre of curvature, principal axis,
principal focus, focal length, mirror formula, magnification.

2) HUMAN EYE & COLOURFUL


WORLD

Refraction-laws, refractive index. Refraction of light by spherical lens, image formed by spherical lenses, lens
formula, magnification, power of lens.

(4th Jan 2nd Feb)

1. Draw the ray diagrams of


reflection of light from
spherical mirror.
2. Draw the ray diagrams of
reflection of light from
spherical lens.
REFLECTION

Human eye- functioning of a lens in human eye, defects of vision and their corrections, applications of spherical
mirrors and lenses. Refraction of light through a prism, dispersion of light, scattering of light; applications in daily
life.

1. Draw the labeled diagram of


human eye and mention the
functions of its different parts.
2. GROUP WORK
In groups discuss the scientific
principle behind the different
natural phemenon.

LIST OF ASSESSMENTS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2014-15 FOR STD X

th

SEMESTER-1(23rd MARCH to 18th SEPTEMBER)


1. INTEGRATED PROJECT: (20-24 APRIL); 10 marks
2 CLASS TEST (6th - 15th MAY); 10 marks (Chemistry)
3. INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY (29th June 8th July); (Notebook work and participation of the students in the class);5+5=10 marks
th
st
4. GROUP ACTIVITY- (Field trip/Seminar) To prepare a working model of electric circuit showing series and parallel combination (28 July 1 August); 10 marks
5. CLASS TEST- (10th - 19th Aug); 10 marks (Biology)
st
th
6. SCIENCE PRACTICAL EXAM (1 - 4 Sep); 10 marks

SEMESTER-2 (7th OCTOBER to 18th FEBRUARY)


1. INTEGRATED PROJECT (12th 16th Oct); 10 marks
2. INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY: -(5th-9th Nov);( Notebook work and participation of students in the class);5+5=10 marks
rd
nd
3. CLASS TEST- (Biology-How do organisms reproduce), 23 Nov- 2 Dec; 10 marks.
th
th
4. GROUP ACTIVITY- Seminar (11 -15 Dec); 10 marks
5. CLASS TEST- Ch- 4, 11, 13 (11th-15thJan); 10 marks
th
th
6. SCIENCE PRACTICAL EXAM (27 -30 Jan); 10 marks

Never leave till tomorrow that which you can do today. God will see you through.

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


Mathematics Syllabus & Academic plan for Class X 2015-16
UNITS

Themes & Dates

I.

REAL NUMBERS
(23MARCH-17APRIL)

II.

POLYNOMIALS
(20APRIL-30APRIL)

III.

PAIR OF LINEAR
EQUATION IN TWO
VARIABLES
(1May 15 May)

IV.

TRIANGLES
(22JUNE-17JULY)

V.

VI.

INTRODUCTION TO
TRIGONOMETRY
(20JULY-1AUG)
STATISTICS
(4AUG-31AUG)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
INTRODUCTION, EUCLIDS DIVISION LEMMA,
THE
FUNDAMENTAL
THEOREM
OF
ARITHMETIC,
REVISITING
IRRATIONAL
NUMBER
AND
REVISITING RATIONAL
NUMBER AND THEIR DECIMAL EXPANSION
GEOMETRICAL METHOD OF THE ZERO OF THE
POLYNOMIAL,
RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN
ZEROES
AND
COEFFICIENTS
OF
A
POLYNOMIAL, DIVISION AIGORITHM FOR
POLYNOMIALS.
PAIR OF LINEAR EQUATION IN TWO
VARIABLES,
GRAPHICAL
METHOD
OF
SOLUTION OF A PAIR OF LINEAR EQUATIONS ,
ALGEBRAIC METHOD OF SOLVING A PAIR OF
LINEAR EQUATIONS- SUBSTITUTION METHOD,
ELIMINATION
METHOD,
CROSSMULTIPLICATION
METHOD,
EQUATION
REDUCIBLE TO A PAIR OF LINEAR EQUATION
IN TWO VARIABLES
SIMILAR FIGURES, SIMILARITY OF TRIANGLES,
CRITERIA FOR SIMILARITY OF TRIANGLES,
AREA OF SIMILAR TRIANGLES, PYTHAGORAS
THEOREM
TRIGONOMETRIC RATIO, TRIGONOMETRIC
RATIOS OF SOME SPECIFIC ANGLES,
COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES, TRIGONOMETRIC
IDENTITIES
MEAN OF GROUPED DATA,
MODE OF
GROUPED DATA, MEDIAN OF GROUPED DATA,
GRAPHICAL
REPRESENTATION
OF
CUMULATIVE FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
CLASS WORK ,HOME
WORK,PRACTICE SUMS
FROM SIDE BOOKS

Assessment-1 Integrated
project 20|4 to 24|4

Assessment -2 Class test


Chapter 1 and 2 6|5 to
15|5

Assessment 3 Individual
activity29|6 to 8|7

Assessnent 4 Group
activity Date. 28|7 to 1|8

Assessment 5 Class test


chapter 4 and 5.
Assessment 6
Individual activity 1|9 to 4|9

REVISION : 1ST SEPT TO 18TH SEPT


FIRST SEMESTER EXAM[22-30 SEPT]

SECOND SEMESTER
QUADRATIC EQUATION
(1 OCT-16 OCT)

QUADRATIC EQUATION, SOLUTION OF A


QUADRATIC EQUATION BY FACTORISATION ,
BY COMPLETING THE SQUARE, NATURE OF
ROOTS.

Assessment-1 Integrated
Project Date 12|10 to16|10.

VIII.

ARITHMETIC
PROGRESSION
(26 OCT-10 NOV)

Assessment-2
Individual activity 5|11
to 9|11

IX.

CIRCLES
(19 NOV-28NOV)

MOTIVATION OF STUDYING A.P.,DERIVATION


OF STANDARED RESULTS OF FINDING NTH
TERM. SUM OF 1ST N-TERMS AND ITS
APPLICATIONS.
TANGENT TO A CIRCLE, NO. OF TANGENTS
FROM A POINT OUTSIDE A CIRCLE.

X.

CONSTRUCTIONS
(1 DEC- 8 DEC)

DIVISION OF A LINE SEGMENT,


CONSTRUCTION OF TANGENT TO
CIRCLES.CONSTRUCTION OF DIFFERENT
TYPES OF TRIANGLES.

CLASS WORK ,HOME


WORK,PRACTICE SUMS
FROM SIDE BOOKS

VII.

Assessment-3 class test


unitVII,VIII date 23|11 to
2|12.

SOME APPLICATION OF
TRIGONOMETRY
(9 DEC- 5 JAN)
PROBABILITY
(7JAN-15 JAN)

HEIGHTS AND DISTANCES.

Assessment-4 Group
activity 11|12 to 15|12.

PROBABILITY- A THEORETICAL APPROACH

CLASS WORK ,HOME


WORK,PRACTICE SUMS
FROM SIDE BOOKS

XIII.

COORDINATE GEOMETRY
(16 JAN-22 JAN)

DISTANCE FORMULA, SECTION FORMULA,


AREA OF A TRIANGLE.

Assessment-5 class test


unitX and XI 11|1 to
15|1

XIV.

AREA RELATED TO
CIRCLES
(23JAN 4 FEB)

PERIMETER AND AREA, AREA OF SECTOR AND


SEGMENT OF A CIRCLES, AREA OF
COMBINATION OF PLANE FIGURES

Assessment-6
Individual activity 25|1
to 29|1

XV.

SURFACE AREA AND


VOLUMES
(4 FEB- 16 FEB)

SURFACE AREA OF COMBNATION OF SOLIDS,


VOLUME OF A COMBINATION OF SOLIDS,
CONVESSION OF SOLID FROM ONE SHAPE TO
ANOTHER,FRUSTRUM OF A CONE.

CLASS WORK ,HOME


WORK,PRACTICE SUMS
FROM SIDE BOOKS

XI.

XII.

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 X 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 X.
All must bring the textbook and copy to the class every day.
Term I: Units I to VI
Term II : Units VII to XV
Side Books : Mathematics by R.D. Sharma & Mathematics by R.S. Agarwal
Class Expectation:
o
o
o
o
o

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.

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAG SYLLABUS OF URDU CLASS - X


2015-16
FIRST SEMESTER APRIL 2015- SEPTEMBER 2015
UNIT/
LESSSO
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
THEME
N
Nawa-e Urdu 10
DATES
1

Afsana :

March:
23rd
31st
April:
7th
24th

To understand the short stories and


their themes.

Bheek

Aril:
27th to
30th
May:
1st
to15th

To know about the superstition in India


through the character like Bhola.

Assessment-1
Integrated Project(Sir Syed Ahmed
Khan Aur unke Karname)
(20-24th Apr)
word meanings,Quawaid
Summary

Bhola

Naya kanoon.

To understand how a tangawala was


impatiently waiting for the implementation
of Naya Kanoon,

Assessment- 2
Class Test(ch-1,2,3)
(6-15th May)

Rajendra Singh
Bedi

June:
22nd26th

To know about Bedi and his contributions


towards Urdu short stories writing.

Saadat Hasan
Mintu

June
29th- 10th
July

Hayatullah Ansari

Altaf Husain Hali

SirSyed Ahmed
Khan, Maulvi

July:
13th to
30th
August:
3rd to
12th
August:
13th-21st

To know the famous short story writer like


Mintu.
How he presents the reality of human
beings.
To know about a great writer Hayatullah
Ansari and his way of writing.

notes on criticism,
Figure of speech.
Ques-ans.
Assessment- 3
Individual Activity(Speech)
(29th June-8th July)

To know the problem of begging in India.


How beggars create problems.

To know about Hali a great poet and writer.


His works and contributions.
To know about Sir Syed and his
contribution in the field of education and

Essay ,Letter Writing


Summary,ques-ans.

word meanings,Quawaid
Summary
Assessment-4
Group Activity
Urdu Ghazal (28thJuly-1st Aug)
Assessment-5
Class test
1

Abdul Haq

literature and also about Maulvi Abdul Haqs (Urdu Zaban Ki Tarikh)
10-19th Aug
contribution towards Urdu language and
literature.
To know about the great dramatist and
Idioms and Phrases,Prose
critic of Urdu literature.
writing,application writing.
Assessment- 6
To know about the poetic beauty of Josh.
Individual Activity
How he presents the natural scene of
Essay Writing
Indian Villages.
(1-4th Sep)

10

Prof.Md.Mujeeb,A
le Ahmad Suroor

August:
24-31st

12

Jalwa -e-Darbaar
Delhi, Garmi aur
Dehaati Bazaar

Septemb
er:
1st to 4th

13

Revision

Septemb
er
7-17th
FIRST SEMESTER EXAM: SEPTEMBER 21 30; UNITS 1- 12
SECOND SEMESTER :

UNIT/THEME
1

Aurtoon ke Haqooq

Makhloot Zabaan

Chakbast Lakhnavi

LESSON
DATES
October:
1st to 5th
October:
6th to
13th
Oct: 1416th

OCTOBER 2015-- FEBRUARY 2016

LEARNING OBJECTIVE
To know about the problems
and solutions of women,
To know more about
Urdu a mixed language.
To know about Pt,Brij Narayan Chakbast, A
great poet of Urdu literature.

Ishtaharat'Zaroorat
Nahi Hai'Ke

Oct-Nov
26th to 6th

To know about satirical essay like Ishtaharat


Zaroorat Nahin Hai Ke .

Mahool Bachao

To know how to save the environment.

Syed Abid Hussain,

Novembe
r
19th to
30th
December

To know about the critic and dramatist like

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Notes on the Chapter,summary
Assessment-1
Project work (12-16th Oct)
(Informatiom Technology)
Essay ,Letter Writing
Summary,ques-ans.
Assessment- 2
Individual Activity(Speech)
(5-9th Nov)
unseen
Passage writing.

Assessment- 3
2

Ala Ahmed Saroor

1st to
11th
December
14th to
22nd

Abid Hussain and Ale Ahmad Saroor.

Akbar
Alahabadi,Josh

Kaifi Azmi,
Firaq,

January:
4th to 8th

To know about Kaifi Azmi and his poetry.


To understand the poetic beauty of Firaq

Gulzar-e-Urdu-10
Afsana:Fakir
I.C.S, Sultan
Sakhii
Man ka Toota

January:
11th to
22nd

To know more about I.C.S and his


character.
To know how a person
Becomes sakhhi.
To know more about the inner feelings of
mind.

Urdu Zabaan ki
Tarikh

February:
1 to 5th

1
0

1
1

January
25th to
29th

To know about Akbar and Josh and their


poetry.

Class test(ch-1,2,3,4)
(23rd Nov-2nd Dec )
Assessment-4
Group Activity(11-15th Dec)

Essay ,Letter Writing


Summary
Assessment-5
Class test(ch-4,5,6)
(11-14th Jan 2016)
Assessment- 6
Individual Activity(Speech)
(25th -29th Jan 2016)

To know about the history of


Urdu Language and literature

Important notes on history of Urdu language


and
Literature.
Revision
7-17th Feb
SECOND SEMESTER EXAM: FEBRUARY 19 29: UNITS 1 - 11

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.
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