MARKS SCHEME & SYLLABUS FOR XI ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS Marks Scheme for various subjects: English 50 marks, Duration - 1 hr Optionals 100 marks, Duration - 2 hrs: MPC: Mathematics: 40 marks, Physics: BPC: Biology: 40 marks, Physics: CAE: General Maths: 40 marks, Economics: MAE: Mathematics: 40 marks, Economics: The syllabuses for various subjects are given below: ENGLISH 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) A creative piece of writing in about 150 words. Comprehension of an extract, a poem or a piece of prose. Identifying common errors. Ability to write a report or a letter. Familiarity with the following grammar items. a) Tenses. b) Use of prepositions. c) Active and Passive form of verbs. d) Spelling. e) Direct - Indirect speech. OPTIONALS  All questions are objective in type. They can be of the following nature: i) fill in the blank ii) choose the correct alternative iii) one word answer iv) match the following etc.  Books to be followed: IX and X NCERT. MATHEMATICS 1) Algebra: - Real numbers, polynomials, Linear equations in 2 Variables, H.C.F & L.C.M of Polynomials, Rational Expressions, Quadratic equations, Arithmetic progression. 2) Geometry: - Similarity of triangles, Circles & tangents to circles. 3) Trigonometry: - Identities, Ratios of complimentary Angles, Heights & Distances. 4) Mensuration: - Areas & Volumes. 5) Statistics: - Mean, Median & Mode; Probability. 6) Co-ordinate Geometry: - Distance between two points, Section formula. BIOLOGY 1) Cell Structure and Function: Brief account of structure and function of Chromosomes, genes, DNA and cell organelles. Plant and animal tissues - their location structure and function. 2) Life Process I: Plant nutrition, respiration and photosynthesis in plants and factors effecting them. Asexual and sexual reproduction in plants, Plant growth regulators. 3) Life Process II: Respiration in fish, frog, cockroach and humans. Digestion, circulation, osmoregulation, chemical and nervous coordination in humans. 4) Diversity in the Living World: Classification and gross features of plant and animal groups with examples. 5) Health and Disease: Definition of health, communicable and non communicable diseases: causes, spread, symptoms, control and preventive measures. 6) Man and Environment: Pollution of air, water and soil and their conservation. Natural resources and their types, biogeochemical cycles, food chain and food web, greenhouse gases and global warming.

30 marks, 30 marks, 30 marks, 30 marks,

Chemistry: 30 marks Chemistry: 30 marks Civics & Geography: 30 marks Civics & Geography: 30 marks

Time of Examination: 8.00 AM to 11.00 AM

Median & Mode. States of matter. 2) Matter: types of matter like elements. Ratios of complimentary Angles. types of chemical reactions. Rutherford. naming. uses of metals and alloys. Gravitation. 4) Physical and chemical changes. . mixtures. Food security: Fair Price shops.. temperature and its measurement. separation techniques.. writing reactions. preparation. periodic law.Constitution – Institutions of Parliamentary democracy – Election – Rights. Heights & Distances. 6) Energy. 2) Power sharing in democracy – Competition and contest .Challenges 3) Land and people: India – Climate – Drainage – Natural Vegetation and Wild Life – Population 4) Resources and their utilization – Natural Resources – Agriculture – Water Resources – Minerals – Power – Manufacturing – Transport – Communication and Trade. Solar energy. percentage etc.frequency. Lens and Mirror equations. mole fraction. 7) Carbon and its compounds. Similar Triangles and Circles. Global trade in the 20th Century. solutions etc.their properties. resistors in series and parallel. Sectors in the Economy: Primary. Heat . Co-ordinate Geometry: . 3) Mole concept. Section formula. Universe – solar systems and star evolution. petroleum products. characteristics of fuels. 8) Metals and non-metals-metallurgy. CIVICS AND GEOGRAPHY 1) Democracy. Power and Energy.Identities. secondary and tertiary-organized and unorganized-public and private. Bonding between atomsionic and covalent compounds and their properties.Linear equations in 2 Variables. Consumer courts. Work. Globalization: MNCs and their role. 3) The making of a global world: Pre-modern world-silk routes. Industrialisation: Proto-industrialisation. Consumer forums. Magnetic effects of currents and electromagnetic induction – Fleming’s Rules. ways of expressing concentrations of solutions such as molarity. valencies. coming up of factories. naming and properties of hydrocarbons. ECONOMICS 1) Factors of production: land. Newton’s laws of Motion. Laws of chemical combinations.preparation. Bohr etc. Nuclear fission and fusion. predicting formula-molecular and empirical. Unemployment and its types.Expansion of liquids and solids.Areas & Volumes. Defects of human eye. periods and groups... Poverty. gradation in properties along periods and groups.P. Coulombs law. Equations of Motion. Colonialism. labour. Wave motion . compounds. 5) Classification of elements – Periodicity. 2) National Income and PCI.PHYSICS Scalars and Vectors. calorific value. GENERAL MATHS 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Algebra: .Ohms law. Statistics: . Human capital: Importance of Education and health. Specific heat.Mean. Quadratic equations. colloids. wavelength and velocity. capital and organization. A. kindling temp. Consumer Rights: COPRA. Mensuration: . Polynomials. Trigonometry: . Modern forms of money. Industrialisation in India. CHEMISTRY 1) Atomic Structure: Elementary atomic theories by Dalton. Credit: Formal and Informal sources. Probability. distinction between metals and nonmetals.Distance between two points.types of fuels. Indentured labour migration. Current electricity .