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Mathematics

Mathematics is a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity, shape and arrangement. Mathematics is used throughout the world as an essential tool in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine, and the social sciences. Every student has to gain optimum knowledge to excel in Mathematics. Besides, most of the entrance tests in our country comprises Maths and Science.

Therefore students must be exposed to different types of tests so that they are proficient in the basics for facing any competitive or entrance examinations.

Syllabus:

CLASS II

  1. Numbers (1 – 100)
  2. Numbers (upto 1000)
  3. Types of Numbers
  4. Addition
  5. Subtraction
  6. Introducing multiplication and Division
  7. Measurement
  8. Time and Calender
  9. Shapes and Patterns
  10. Money
  11. Handling Data
CLASS III

  1. Fun with Numbers
  2. Give and Take
  3. Multiplication & Division
  4. Time
  5. Money
  6. Measurement
  7. Shapes& Patterns
  8. Fractions
  9. Where to look from
  10. Smart Charts
  11. Geometry
CLASS IV

  1. Give and Take
  2. Multiplication and Division
  3. Measurement
  4. Fractions
  5. Multiples and Factors
  6. Unitary Method
  7. Time
  8. Money
  9. Patterns and Shapes
  10. Smart Charts
  11. Perimeter and Area
  12. Geometry
  13. Carts and Wheels
CLASS V

I) Arithmetic :

  1. Play with Numbers
  2. Arithmetic operations and Simplification
  3. Factor
  4. Multiple HCF & LCM
  5. Fraction Decimal and Percentage

II) Arithmetic Application:

  1. Measurement
  2. Time and Temperature
  3. Average
  4. Speed & Distance
  5. Money
  6. Bill
  7. Money
  8. Simple interest and Discount
  9. Mapping skills

III) Geometry :

  1. Exploring shapes
  2. Patters and their Symmetry
  3. Solid shapes and their Nets
  4. Volumes
  5. Area and Perimeter
  6. Smart Charts
  7. Geometry
CLASS VI

I) Algebra & Arithmetic :

  1. Number System
  2. Divisibility Test
  3. Factors
  4. Multiples
  5. HCF and LCM
  6. Exponents
  7. Algebraic expression & Identities
  8. Linear Equation in one variable
  9. Ratio and Proportion

II) Geometry:

  1. Basic Geometrical Ideas and Understanding of Elementary Shapes
  2. Mensuration
  3. Data Handling
  4. Symmetry
  5. Reflection and Rotation
  6. Practical Geometry
CLASS VII

I) Algebra :

  1. Number System
  2. Exponents and Powers
  3. Simple Equations
  4. Algebraic Expression
  5. Comparing Quantities

II) Geometry:

  1. Perimeter and Area
  2. Data – Handling
  3. Lines
  4. Angles
  5. Triangles
  6. Properties of Triangle
  7. Congruence of Triangles
  8. Visualizing Solid Shapes
  9. Symmetry
  10. Practical Geometry
CLASS VIII

I) Algebra :

  1. Number System
  2. Square and Square Roots
  3. Cube and Cube Roots
  4. Exponents and Powers
  5. Algebraic Expressions and Identities
  6. Factorization
  7. Linear Equations in one variable
  8. Direct and Inverse Properties Comparing Quantities

II) Geometry :

  1. Data Handling and Probability
  2. Visualizing solid Shapes
  3. Mensuration
  4. Introduction to Graphs and Co-ordinate Geometry
  5. Understanding Quadrilaterals
  6. Practical Geometry
CLASS IX

  1. Number Systems
  2. Polynomials
  3. Coordinate Geometry
  4. Linear Equations in Two Variables
  5. Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry
  6. Lines and Angles
  7. Triangles
  8. Quadrilaterals
  9. Area of Parallelograms and Triangles
  10. Circles
  11. Constructions
  12. Heron’s Formula
  13. Surface Area and Volumes
  14. Statistics
  15. Probability
CLASS X

  1. Real Numbers
  2. Polynomials
  3. Pair of Linear Equations in Two variables
  4. Quadratic Equations
  5. Arithmetic Progressions
  6. Triangles
  7. Coordinate Geometry
  8. Introduction to Trigonometry
  9. Some Applications of Trigonometry
  10. Circles
  11. Constructions
  12. Areas Related to Circles
  13. Surface Areas and Volumes
  14. Statistics
  15. Probability