th 10 Syllabus of GSEB for 2020-21 th 10 Syllabus of GSEB for 2020-21 Subjects: • • • • • • • Mathematics Science Social English Gujarati Hindi Sanskrit Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 1 Real Number 1.1 Introduction, Example 1, Exercise 1.1 Q. 1, 1.3 The Fundamental theorem of Arithmetic, Theorem 1.2 Example 6-7-8, Exercise 1.2 Q1 to 4, 1.5 Revisiting rational number and their decimal expansion, Theorem 1.7 Exercise 1.4 Example 2-3-4, 1.2 Euclid’s Division, Theorem 1.1 Exercise 1.1 Q2 to 5, Example 5, Exercise 1.2 Q5-6-7, 1.4 Revisiting Irrational number, Theorem 1.3, 1.4, Example 9-10-11, Exercise 1.3(whole) Theorem 1.5-1.6 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 2 Polynomials 2.1 Introduction, Example 1, 2.2 Geometrical meaning of zeroes of the polynomials, Exercise 2.1 Q1, 2.3 Relation between zeroes and the coefficient of the polynomial, Example 2-3-4, Exercise 2.2 2.4 Division algorithm for polynomial, Example 5-6-7-8-9, Exercise 2.3 Exercise 2.4 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 3 Linear Equation in two variable 3.1 Introduction, 3.2 pair of linear Equation in two variables, Example 1to13, 3.3 Graphical method for solution of pair of linear equation, Exercise 3.2 Q2-3-5, 3.4.1 Substitution method, Exercise 3.3 Q1-2, 3.4.2 Elimination method, Exercise 3.4 Q1 Exercise 3.1, Exercise 3.2 Q1-4-6-7, Exercise 3.3 Q3 Exercise 3.4 Q2, 3.4.3 Cross multiplication, Example 14 to 19, Exercise 3.5 Q1-2-3-4, 3.5 Equation reducible to a pair of linear equation in two variables, Exercise 3.6 Q1-2 Exercise 3.7 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 4 Quadratic Equations 4.1 Introduction, 4.2 Quadratic Equations, Example 1to6, Exercise 4.1, 4.3 Solution of a Quadratic Equation by factorisation, Exercise 4.2 Exercise 4.3 Q2 to 8, 4.5 Nature of roots, Example 10, 13to18, Exercise 4.4 4.4 Solution of a quadratic equation by completing the square, Example 7-8-9-11-12, Exercise 4.3 Q1-9-1011 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 5 Arithmetic Progression 5.1 Introduction, 5.2 Arithmetic Progression, Example 1to8, Exercise 5.1 Q1 to 3, Exercise 5.2 Q1 to 15 5.3 nth term of AP, Exercise 5.3 Q1 to 12 5.4 Sum of first n terms of AP, Example 11-13-14, Exercise 5.1 Q4, Example 9-10-12-1516, Exercise 5.2 Q16 to 20, Exercise 5.3 Q13 to 20, Exercise 5.4 whole Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 6 Triangles 6.1 Introduction, 6.2 Similar figures, Exercise 6.1, 6.3 Similarities of triangle, Exercise 6.2 Q1-2, 6.4 Criteria for similarities of triangles, Example 5-7, Exercise 6.3 Q1-2, Exercise 6.4 Q1&8, 6.6 Pythagoras Theorem, Example 11, Theorem 6.6 and 6.8 Theorem 6.1-6.2-6.36.4-6.5-6.7-6.9, Example 1-2-3-4-6-8-910-12-13-14, Exercise 6.2 Q3 to 10, Exercise 6.3 Q3 to 16, Exercise 6.4 Q2 to 7&9 6.5 Area of Similar Triangles, Exercise 6.5 Q1 to 16, Exercise 6.6 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 7 Coordinate Geometry 7.1 Introduction, 7.2 Distance Formula, Example 1 to 3, Exercise 7.1 Q1 to 7, 7.3 Section formula, Example 7-8-9-10, Exercise 7.2 Example 4-5, Exercise 7.1 Q8-9-10, 7.4 Area of triangles, Example 11 to 15, Exercise 7.3, Exercise 7.4 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion 8 Introduction 8.1 Introduction, to 8.2 Trigonometry Trigonometry Ratios, Example 1 to 9-11, Exercise 8.1 Q1 to 8 and 11, 8.3 Trigonometric ratios for specific angles, Exercise 8.2 Q1-2-4, 8.4 Trigonometric ratio for complementary angles, Exercise 8.3 Q1-3-57, Removed Portion Exercise 8.1 Q9&10, Exercise 8.2 Q3, Exercise 8.3 Q 2-4-6, Example 10-12-13-1415, 8.5 Trigonometric identities, Exercise 8.4 Q1 to 5 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion 9 Application 9.1 Introduction, of 9.2 Height and Trigonometry Distance, Example 1 to 3, Exercise 9.1 Q1 to 5, Example 4 to 7, Exercise 9.1 Q 6 to 16, 10 Circles Theorem 10.1-10.2, Example 1-2-3, Exercise 10.2 Q4-5 and 8 to 13 10.1 Introduction, 10.2 Tangent to a circle, 10.3 Number of tangents from a point on a circle, Exercise 10.1, Exercise 10.1 Q1-23-6-7 Removed Portion Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 11 Construction 11.1 Introduction, 11.2 Division of line segment, Construction 11.1, Exercise 11.1 Q1, 11.3 Construction of tangents to a circle, Construction 11.3, Exercise 11.2 Q1 to 5 Construction 11.2 Example 1-2, Exercise 11.1 Q2to7, Exercise 11.2 Q6&7, Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 12 Area related to circles 12.1 Introduction, 12.2 Perimeter and area of circles, Example 1, Exercise 12.1 Q1-23-5, 12.3 Areas of sector and segment of circle, Example 2, Exercise 12.2 Q1 to 6 and 14 Exercise 12.1 Q4, Example 3, Exercise 12.2 Q7 to 13, 12.4 Areas of combination of plane figure, Example 4-5-6, Exercise 12.3 Q1 to 16 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 13 Surface Area and volume 13.1 Introduction, 13.2 Surface area of combination of solids, Example 1 to 4, Exercise 13.1, 13.3 Volume of combination of solid, Example 5-6, Exercise 13.2 13.4 Conversion of solid from one shape to other, Example 7 to 11 Exercise 13.3, 13.5 Frustum of a cone, Example 12-13-14 Exercise 13.4 Mathematics Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 14 Statistics 14.1 Introduction, 14.2 Mean of grouped data, Example 1 to 8, Exercise 14.1, 14.3 Mode of grouped data, Exercise 14.2 14.4 Median of grouped data, Exercise 14.3 14.5 Graphical representation of Cumulative frequency Distribution , Example 9 Exercise 14.4, 15 Probability 15.1 Introduction, 15.2 Probability a theoretical approach Example 1 to 12, Exercise 15.1 Exercise 15.2 Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 1 Chemical Equation and reaction Chemical Equation, Types of chemical reaction, Displacement reaction, Oxidation, Reduction Double displacement, Effects of Oxidation in everyday life, Exothermic and Endothermic reaction 2 Acids, bases and salts Chemical properties of Acid and base, What is Common between acid and base?, How strong are acid and base?, More about salts Activity 2.1. to 2.1.6, Activity 2.9(HCl gas), Science Sr. No. Name 3 Metals and Physical properties, nonHow do metals and metals non-metals react, Occurrence of metals Chemical properties of metals, Refining of metals, Properties of Ionic Compound, Enrichment of ore, Corrosion and prevention of corrosion 4 Carbon and its compound Chemical properties of carbon compound, homologous series, Included Portion Bonding I carboncovalent bond, Versatile nature of carbon, soap and detergent Removed Portion Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 5 Periodic Classificati on of elements 5.1 Making order out of Chaos – Early attempts 5.2 Making order out of Chaos – Mendeleev periodic table 5.3 Making order out of Chaos – Modern periodic table Trends of Modern Periodic table, limitation of Mendeleev’s Classification 6 Life process What are life process, Nutrition, respiration, transportation, excretion Transportation in plants, Excretion in plants, Transportation in human being, heart, Oxygen enters the blood in the lungs Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 7 Control and Coordinati on Animal nervous system, Coordination in plants, Hormones in animals, Movement due to growth, Reflex action, How does nervous tissue cause action? 8 How do organisms Reproduce Mode of reproduction by single organisms, Sexual reproduction Do organisms create exact copies of themselves?, The importance of variation, Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 9 Heredity and Evolution Heredity, Evolution, Evolution and Classification, Human Evaluation, Speciation Accumulation of variation During reproduction, Evolution should not be equated with progress, 10 Light reflection and refraction Reflection of light, Spherical mirror, Refraction of light All the sums of the chapter, ray diagram, Image formation by mirror and lens Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 11 Human eye and colourful world Refraction of light through Prism, Dispersion of white light through glass prism, Atmospheric refraction, Scattering of light Human Eye, Power of Accommodation, Defects of vision and their correction, Colour of sun during sunrise and sunset, Tyndall effect 12 Electricity Electric current and circuit, Electric potential and potential difference, circuit diagram, ohms law, Heating effect of electric current, Resistance of a system of resistors Factors on which the resistance of conductor depends and sums based on it, Electric power Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 13 Magnetic effect of electric current Magnetic field and Field lines, Force on a current carrying conductor in magnetic field, Electromagnetic Induction Domestic Electric Circuits, Electric motor, electric generator, Magnetic field due to current carrying conductor 14 Sources of Energy What is the good source of energy, Conventional source of energy, Nonconventional sources of energy, Environmental Consequences, How long will energy source last Energy from sea, Geo thermal energy, Nuclear energy, Biomass and bio-gas plant, Science Sr. No. Name Included Portion Removed Portion 15 Our Environment Eco-system and its components, How do our activities effect the environment, Food chain and food web, 16 Sustainable management Why do we need to manage our natural resources, Forest and wildlife, Water for all, Coal and Petroleum Stake holders of forest, Conservation of water, Social English English Gujarati Hindi Sanskrit THANK YOU Copy protected with Online-PDF-No-Copy.com