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FOUNDATION COURSES

SYLLABUS

 

We are offering Foundation Course for VIII, IX & X students to build their basic concepts for the preparation of JEE (IIT), NEET, CET and all other Competitive Examinations.

 The syllabus of foundation course is prepared in point of view of all boards in India.

This course is structured to increase the knowledge of the student not only in concept but also examination point of view. Also this course is useful to increase the percentage in academics.

Now all examinations are competitive type of examination (Multiple Choice Questions) therefore we offer a Test Series on above courses chapter wise, section wise & full length.

After practicing all these tests students will be prepared for how to think and write appropriate answer in given stipulated time with certain shortcut methods.

This course will increase the knowledge of Mathematics and Science along with English & General Aptitude.

General Aptitude is useful for all competitive examinations even after graduations also it increases Intelligent Quotient (I.Q.) of the students. So these course enables the student as a perfectionist before entering the competitive world of XI & XII Standard.

 


 

 

VIII Science

 

1. Measurement

2. Matter

3. Force & Pressure

4. Friction

5. Energy

6. Light

7. Sound

8. Heat transfer

9. Electricity

10. Magnetism

11. Metals, Non-Metals & Materials in daily life

12. Matter composition

13. Chemical Reaction

14. Chemical changes & bonding

15. Acids & Bases

16. Hydrogen

17. Water

18. Carbon & its compounds

19. Coal & Petroleum formation

20. Atomic structure

21. Pollution

22. Living world

23. Human Body & Organ System

24. Reproduction system

25. Microorganism

26. Crop production

27. Ecosystem

 











VIII Mathematics

 

1. Indices

2. Triangle & Its Properties I

3. Algebraic Expressions

4. Expansion Formula

5. Rational & Irrational Number

6. Division of Polynomials

7. Linear Equation & Inequation (One Variable)

8. Mensuration - I

9. Factorization

10. Ratio & Proportion

11. Statistics I

12. Probability

 







 

IX Science

 

1. Measurements

2. Scalar & Vectors

3. Motion

4. Gravitation

5. Work, Power & Energy

6. Sound

7. Lenses

8. Electricity

9. Magnetism

10. Fluids

11. Elements & Compounds

12. Materials – Chemistry

13. Hydrogen

14.  Atomic Structure

15.Chemical Changes & Reactions

16.  Periodic table

17.  Pollution

18. Gas laws

19.  Basic Biology

20.  Living Organisms

21.Flowering Plants

22.Plants & Human Physiology

23.Ecosystem

24.Waste generation & management

25. Health, Diseases & Hygiene

26. Biodiversity

27.  Tissues & Organ Systems

28. Bio geo chemical cycles

29.  Environment

30.  Fertilizers & Manures

 











 

IX Mathematics

 

1. Sets

2. Linear Equation (II Variables)

3. Polynomial

4. Triangles, Circle, Quadrilateral

5. Simple & Compound Interest

6. Co-ordinate Geometry

7. Triangles & Its Properties II

8. Trigonometry I

9. Mensuration – II

10. Logarithm

11. Statistics II

12. Probability II

 

 





  

X Science

 

1. Force

2. Work, Power & Energy

3. Light – Laws & Lenses

4. Sound

5. Electricity

6. Magnetism

7. Heat

8. Energy Sources

9. Modern Physics

10. Material - Chemistry

11. Chemical Substance & Behaviour

12. Acids, Base & Salts

13. Mole Concept

14.  Stoichiometry

15.Chemical Bonding

16.  Electrolysis

17.  Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry

18. Hydro Carbons

19.  Alcohol & Carboxylic Acids

20.  Basic Concepts of Biology

21.Life Process

22. Reproduction

23. Plants & Human Physiology

24.Pollution

 

 










X Mathematics

 

1. A.P., G.P. & H.P.

2. Algebraic Equations

3. Circle II

4. Co-ordinate Geometry II

5. Locus

6. Trigonometry II

7. Determinant

8. Matrices

9. Commercial Maths

10. Construction

11. Statistics III

12. Probability III