Indian Curriculum


Science G10

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  • Chapters

Science G10

  • 1: Chemical Substances - Nature and Behavior
    1.1: Chemical reactions
    1.1.1: Writing a chemical equation
    1.1.2: Balanced chemical equation
    1.1.3: Implications of a balanced chemical equation
    1.1.4: Types of chemical reactions
    1.2: Acids, bases and salts
    1.2.1: Definitions of Acid, Base and Salt in terms of furnishing of H+ and OH— ions
    1.2.2: General properties of Acid, Base and Salt
    1.2.3: Examples and uses of Acid, Base and Salt
    1.2.4: Concept of pH scale (Definition relating to logarithm not required)
    1.2.5: Importance of pH in everyday life
    1.2.6: Preparation and uses
    1.3: Metals and nonmetals
    1.3.1: Properties of metals and non-metals
    1.3.2: Reactivity series
    1.3.3: Formation and properties of ionic compounds
    1.3.4: Basic metallurgical processes
    1.3.5: Corrosion and its prevention
    1.4: Carbon compounds
    1.4.1: Covalent bonding in carbon compounds
    1.4.2: Versatile nature of carbon
    1.4.3: Homologous series
    1.4.4: Nomenclature of carbon compounds containing functional groups
    1.4.5: Difference between saturated hydro carbons and unsaturated hydrocarbons
    1.4.6: Chemical properties of carbon compounds
    1.4.7: Ethanol and Ethanoic acid (only properties and uses), soaps and detergents
    1.5: Periodic classification of elements
    1.5.1: Need for classification
    1.5.2: Early attempts at classification of elements
    1.5.3: Modern periodic table
    1.5.4: Trends in modern periodic table: Valency, atomic size, metallic and non-metallic
  • 2: World of Living
    2.1: Life processes
    2.1.1: Basic concept of nutrition in plants and animals
    2.1.2: Basic concept of Respiration in plants and animals
    2.1.3: Basic concept of transport in plants and animals
    2.1.4: Basic concept of excretion in plants and animals
    2.2: Control and co-ordination in animals and plants
    2.2.1: Tropic movements in plants
    2.2.2: Introduction of plant hormones
    2.2.3: Coordination in plants
    2.2.4: Animals nervous system
    2.2.5: Human brain and its components
    2.2.6: What happens in reflex action
    2.2.7: Hormones in animals
    2.3: Reproduction
    2.3.1: Modes of reproduction used by single organisms
    2.3.2: Reproduction in animals and plants (asexual and sexual)
    2.3.3: Reproductive health-need and methods of family planning
    2.3.4: Safe sex vs HIV/AIDS
    2.3.5: Child bearing and women's health
    2.4: Heredity and Evolution
    2.4.1: Accumulation of variation during reproduction
    2.4.2: Mendel's contribution- Laws for inheritance of traits
    2.4.3: How do traits get expressed
    2.4.4: Brief introduction of sex determination
    2.4.5: Basic concepts of evolution and classification
  • 3: Natural Phenomena
    3.1: Reflection of light
    3.1.1: Reflection of light by curved surfaces
    3.1.2: Images formed by spherical mirrors
    3.1.3: Center of curvature, principal axis, principal focus and focal length
    3.1.4: Mirror's formula
    3.1.5: Magnification produced by mirrors
    3.2: Refraction
    3.2.1: Laws of refraction
    3.2.2: Concept of refractive index of medium
    3.2.3: Refraction of light by spherical
    3.2.4: Image formed by spherical lenses
    3.2.5: Lens formula
    3.2.6: Magnification produced by lenses
    3.2.7: Power of a lens and its formula
    3.2.8: Functioning of a lens in human eye
    3.2.9: Defects of vision and their corrections
    3.2.10: Applications of spherical mirrors and lenses
    3.2.11: Refraction of light through a prism
    3.2.12: Dispersion of light
    3.2.13: Scattering of light and its applications in daily life
  • 4: Effects of Current
    4.1: Current electricity
    4.1.1: Concept of electric current
    4.1.2: Concept of electric potential, potential difference
    4.1.3: Ohm's law
    4.1.4: Concept of Resistance and Resistivity
    4.1.5: Factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends
    4.1.6: Series and parallel combination of resistors and its applications in daily life
    4.1.7: Heating effect of electric current and its applications in daily life
    4.1.8: Electric power
    4.1.9: Interrelation between P, V, I and R
    4.2: Magnetic effects of current
    4.2.1: Concept of Magnetic field and field lines
    4.2.2: Magnetic field due to a current carrying conductor
    4.2.3: Magnetic field due to current carrying coil or solenoid
    4.2.4: Force on current carrying conductor
    4.2.5: Fleming's Left Hand Rule
    4.2.6: Introduction of electric motor
    4.2.7: Electromagnetic induction
    4.2.8: Concept of Induced potential difference and Induced current
    4.2.9: Fleming's Right Hand Rule
    4.2.10: Electric Generator (its principle and working)
    4.2.11: Concept of Direct current and Alternating current(AC)
    4.2.12: Frequency of AC
    4.2.13: Advantage of AC over DC
    4.2.14: Domestic electric circuits
  • 5: Natural Resources
    5.1: Sources of energy
    5.1.1: Different forms of energy
    5.1.2: Conventional and non-conventional sources of energy
    5.1.3: Fossil fuels
    5.1.4: Solar energy
    5.1.5: Biogas
    5.1.6: Wind, Water and Tidal energy
    5.1.7: Nuclear energy
    5.1.8: Renewable versus non-renewable sources of Energy
    5.2: Our environment
    5.2.1: Eco-system
    5.2.2: Environmental problems
    5.2.3: Ozone depletion
    5.2.4: Waste production and their solutions
    5.2.5: Biodegradable and non-biodegradable substances
    5.3: Management of natural resources
    5.3.1: Conservation and judicious use of natural resources
    5.3.2: Forest and wild life
    5.3.3: Coal and Petroleum conservation
    5.3.4: Examples of people's participation for conservation of natural resources
    5.3.5: Big dams: advantages, limitations and alternatives
    5.3.6: Water harvesting
    5.3.7: Sustainability of natural resources

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