Syllabus for the session: 2015 – 16 class: XI english language



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CLASS: XI

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

CLASS : XI

NAME OF TEXT:- Pearls Of English – Class: 11 (Black Pearl Publications)

FIRST TERM:

COMPOSITION: [30 marks] Word Limit: 450 – 500 words.

  • Narrative

  • Descriptive

  • Reflective

  • Argumentative

  • Discussion / Express your views

  • Short Story

Out of the above 6 topics students will choose and write on any 1 topic.

DIRECTED WRITING BASED ON SUGGESTED POINTS: [20 marks]

Word Limit : 300 words.

(Only 1 question will be set and this will be compulsory)


  • Article Writing

  • Spot Report

  • Film Review

  • Book Review

  • Review of theatre / concert / cultural programme / tv show


GRAMMAR: [20 marks]

COMPREHENSION: [30 marks] [ Syllabus of first term to be included ]

SECOND TERM:

COMPOSITION: [30 marks] Word Limit: 450 – 500 words.

  • Narrative

  • Descriptive

  • Reflective

  • Argumentative

  • Discussion / Express your views

  • Short Story

Out of the above 6 topics students will choose and write on any 1 topic.

DIRECTED WRITING BASED ON SUGGESTED POINTS: [20 marks]

Word Limit : 300 words.

(Only 1 question will be set and this will be compulsory)


  • Diary writing

  • Speech Writing

  • Travelogue

  • Testimonial


GRAMMAR: [20 marks]

COMPREHENSION: [30 marks]

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SYLLABUS (2015 – 2016)

ENGLISH LITERATURE

CLASS XI

FIRST TERM :

Much Ado About Nothing : (William Shakespeare) Act I (full) & Act II Sc. I



ISC Collection of Short Stories

  1. The Lost Jewels by Rabindranath Tagore

  2. Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dahl

  3. The Drover’s Wife by Henry Lawson


ISC Collection of POEMS :

  1. The Eve of Waterloo by Lord Byron

  2. The Last Ride Together by Robert Browning

  3. Mending Wall by Robert Frost

  4. Dulce et Decorum est by Wilfred Owen


ISC Collection of ESSAYS

  1. The Spirit of Freedom by Rabindranath Tagore

  2. On Running After One’s Hat by G. K. Chesterton

  3. The Art of Conversation by Sir Richard Steele

  4. Reading for Pleasure by L.A. G. Strong


SECOND TERM [Syllabus of First Term to be included]

Much Ado About Nothing : Act II Sc. II - Act III Sc. V



ISC Collection of Short Stories

    1. The Stolen Bacillus by H.G.Wells

    2. Old Love by Jeffrey Archer

    3. A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings by G. G. Marquez.


ISC collection of Poems :

      1. Do Not Go Gentle Into that Good Night by Dylan Thomas

      2. Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

      3. Five Ways to Kill a Man by Edwin Brock.

ISC Collection of ESSAYS:

  1. The Writing of Essays by H. G. Wells

  2. Unbirthdays and Other Presents by E. V. Lucas

  3. Go to the Art by Grant Allen


MATHEMATICS (COMMERCE & SCIENCE)

TEXT BOOK – UNDERSTANDING ISC BY M.L. AGARWAL

Mid Term

Section A

Chapter 2: Complex Number

Chapter 3: Quadratic Equation (Ex 3.2 to 3.4)

Chapter 4: Finite Sequences (Ex 4.2, 4.3, 4.5 & 4.6)

Chapter 6: Mathematical Induction

Chapter 9: Trigonometric Function (9.1 to 9.3)

Chapter 10: Compound and Multiple Angles

Chapter 11: Trigonometric Equations

Chapter 12: Relation and Function (12.4 & 12.5)

Chapter 13: Limits and Continuity (13.1,13.2 & 13.5)

Chapter 14: Differentiation

Chapter: 17: Cartisian System of Co-ordinates

Chapter 19: Straight Lines (19.2, 19.3 & 19.7)

Chapter 21: Statistics



Section B

Chapter 1: 3 – D Geometry

Chapter 2: Vectors

Section C

Chapter 1: Statistics

Chapter 2: Average Due Date

Final Term

Section – A

Chapter 5: Permutation & Combination

Chapter 7: Bionomial Theorem (7.1, 7.2 & 7.5)

Chapter 15: Application of Derivative (15.1, 15.3)

Chapter 16: Integration

Chapter 20: Circle (20.1 & 20.2)



From Class XII Book

1. Determinants

2. Matrices

5. Inverse Trigmometric Functions

6. Differentiation

12. Co-relations & Regression



Section B (XI)

1. 3 – D Geometry

2. Vectors

Section C

1. Statistics (Revision) XI



Class XII Book

4. Application of Derivatives in Economics & Commerce

5. Index No & Moving Average

Question Paper Format

Section A (80 Marks)

Question No 1 – 10 questions of 3 marks each (Compulsory) (3 x 10 =30)

Question No 2 & Question No 9 – attempt any 5 question out of 8 questions.

Each question has 2 subjects of 5 marks each (5 x 10 = 50)

Section B & Section C (20 Marks)

Attempt any 2 questions out of 3 questions from either sec B or Sec C.

Each question has 2 sub parts of 5 marks each.

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SUBJECT - BIOLOGY

Based strictly on ISC (2017) Syllabus and its scope.

Question Paper Format

Theory Paper: Full Marks: 70 Time: 3 Hours

Part I (20 Marks) will have compulsory short answer-type questions, based on the entire syllabus for the term.

Part II (50 Marks) will be divided into three Sections A, B and C.

Students will have to answer two out of three questions from Section A(each of 5 marks), two out of three questions from Section B(each of 10 marks, with sub-parts) and two out of three questions from Section C (each of 10 marks, with sub-parts).

Thus a total of six questions are to be answered in Part II.

1st TERM

Section A

Unit 1. Diversity of Life


      1. Taxonomy and Phylogeny

      2. Five Kingdom Classification: salient features, characteristics and examples.

        1. Kingdom Monera

        2. General Characteristics of Kingdom Protista

        3. Kingdom Fungi

        4. Plant Kingdom: Algae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta,

Gymnosperms and Angiosperms

( Details of life cycles to be excluded )



Section B

Unit 2. Plant Physiology

(iii) Mineral Nutrition

(iv) Plant Growth

(v) Photomorphogenesis in plants



Unit 3. Multicellularity : Structure and Functions of Plants and Animals

  1. Plant Tissues

  2. Animal Tissues

  3. Nutrition

  4. Respiration

Section C

Unit 4. Units of Life

  1. Biomolecules




  1. Enzymes

  2. Cell Membranes

  3. Cell Structure


Unit 5. Organisms and Environment

  1. Ecosystems


FINAL TERM

Section A

Unit 1. Diversity of Life

  1. Five Kingdom Classification:

(e) Animal Kingdom

N.B.(iii) Morphology and anatomy of different systems of Cockroach: to be excluded completely.



Section B

Unit 3. Multicellularity: Structure and Functions of Plants and Animals

  1. Circulation

  2. Excretion

  3. Endocrine System

  4. Nervous System

  5. Locomotion

Section C

Unit 4. Units of Life

  1. Cellular Respiration

  2. Cell Reproduction


Unit 5. Organisms and Environment

  1. Pollution

N.B. – Any standard Text Book of ISC level may be prescribed to the students, but care should be taken to see that the scope of syllabus is strictly adhered to, and questions framed as per the prevailing standards of ISC in the current few years.

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Computer Science Syllabus ( 2015 – 2016 )

Class XI

Text Book : Computer Science with JAVA ( A Textbook for class XI) By Sumit Arora Rai & Co.



Mid Term

Chapter Topic

  1. Data Representation

3 Working with Operating System

5 Propositional Logic and Hardware

7 General OOP Concepts

8 Introducing Java

9 Java Fundamentals

10 Flow of Control

11 Classes in Java

12 Functions (Methods)

13 Using Library Classes

14 Arrays (Exclude Gauss Elimination Method)



Final Term

Chapter Topic

  1. Computer Structure

6 Internal Functioning of Computer

15 Operations on Files

16 Simple Data Structure

17 Computational Complexity

18 Computing and Ethics

Mid Term Syllabus Included in Final Term (Excluding Chapter 1 and Chapter 3)

Question Pattern for Mid Term Class XI (2015 – 16)

Part –I (30 Marks)



As per ISC Pattern (From Mid – Term Full Syllabus of Class XI)

3 Compulsory Questions of 10 Marks each



Part – II (70 Marks)

Section A (30 Marks)

As per ISC Pattern (From Mid – Term Syllabus of Class XI)

Question from Chapter 1, 3 & 5

3 out of 4 Questions of 10 marks each



Section B (20 Marks)

2 out of 3 Questions of 10 marks each (Only Java Programs)



Section C ( 20 Marks)

2 out of 3 Questions of 10 marks each (Only Java Program)



Question Pattern for Final Term Class XI (2015 – 16)

Part – I (30 Marks)

As per ISC Pattern (From Final – Term Full Syllabus of Class XI)

3 Compulsory Questions of 10 Marks each



Part – II (70 Marks)

Section A ( 30 Marks)

As per ISC Pattern (From Final-Term Syllabus of Class XI)

Questions from Chapter 2,5,6,& 18

3 out of 4 Questions of 10 marks each



Section B (20 Marks)

2 out of 3 Questions of 10 marks each (Only Java Programs)



Section C ( 20 Marks)

2 out of 3 Questions of 10 marks each (Only JavaPrograma)

Questions from Operation on Chapters: 15, 16 & 17

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PHYSICS

Question Paper Format:

There will be two papers in the subject:

Paper: I Theory Time: 3 Hours 70 Marks

Paper: II Practical Time: 3 Hours 20 Marks

Project Work ………. 7 Marks

Practical File…………3 Marks

Paper: I shall be of 3 hours duration and be divided into two parts.

Part I (20 Marks): This part will consist of compulsory short answer-type questions, testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus

Part II (50 Marks) This part will be divided into three Sections A, B and C. There shall be six questions in Section A (each carrying 7 marks) and candidates are required to answer four questions from this Section. There shall be three questions in Section B (each carrying 6 marks) and candidates are required to answer two questions from this Section. There shall be three questions in Section C (each carrying 5 marks) and candidates are required to answer two questions from this Section. Therefore, candidates are expected to answer eight questions in Part II.

Note: Unless otherwise specified only S.I. Units are to be used while teaching and learning as well as for answering questions

Half Yearly

Section - A

  1. Measurement , dimension

  2. Vectors

  3. Motion in 1 – D

  4. Motion in 2 – D

  5. Newtons Law


Section – B

  1. Friction and Work Power Energy

  2. Uniform Circular Motion


Section – C

  1. Gravitation

  2. Rotational Motion


Final Term

Section – A

  1. Elasticity

  2. Fluid at rest

  3. Fluid in motion

  4. Surface Tension


Section – B

  1. Heat and Thermodynamics.

  2. Conduction

  3. Radiation


Section – C

  1. SHM (Simple Harmonic Motion)

  2. Waves

  3. Sound

[All chapters of Half Yearly are included in Final Term]

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CHEMISTRY

HALF YEARLY


  1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

  2. Atomic Structure

  3. Periodic Table

  4. Chemical Bonding

  5. The Gaseous State

  6. Study of Representative Elements (Group I and Group 2)

  7. Preparation, properties and uses of Compounds of Group 1 & 2

  8. Redox Reactions

  9. Introduction to Organic Chemistry

  10. Isomerism

  11. Type of Chemical Reactions and Mechanisms.



FINAL TERM

SECTION - A

  1. Surface Chemistry

  2. Chemical Energetics

  3. Chemical Equilibrium

  4. Ionic Equilibrium

  5. Study of Representative Element (Group 13, 14 and 15)

  6. Preparation, Properties and use of Compounds of Group 13, 14 & 15

  7. Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbon.

  8. Applications of Chemicals

  9. Environmental Chemistry

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ECONOMICS

First Term (ISC Economics. Frank)

1. Defination of Economics. (2 Criticism)

2. Basic concept of Economics. (Inflation diagram. Not in scope)

3. Basic problem of Economics

4. Types of Economics

5. Solution to the basic economies problem under different economies.

6. The state of Indian economy on the eve of independence.

7. Economic growth and development

8. Parameter of development. (Exclude-quality of life index and physical quality of the index. Not in Scope)

9. Sustainable development

10. Measures of central Value. (Only numerical)

Final Term

1. Planning and economic development in india. (Exclude structural objective not in scope)

2. Structural changes in India economy after liberalization.

3. The problem of poverty in India. Main programme of PAPs.

4. Profile of Indian agriculture/rural development

5. human capital formation (formal and informal only meaning as in scope)

6. Employment and unemployment in India. Problem and policies.

7. Comparative study of Indian and Chinese economy.

8. Correletion (Only numericals)

9. Index number (Only numerical)

10. Some tools used in economics

Refer to the scope of syllabus 2015 – 2016

Final Term Full Book (Syllabus)

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

FOR CLASS XI

Section A = Compulsory

* 10 questions of 2 mark each = 10 x 2 = 20

Section B = Attempt any 5 out of 8

* 8 questions of 12 mark each

* 5 questions to be attempted = 5 x 12 = 60

Question pattern will be

a. E; the (3+3+6)

or b. (6+6)

20 mark will be project which will be internal



BUSINIESS STUDIES (ISC PART – I C.B.GUPTA)

Mid Term

1. The Modern office

2. Office services

3. office Accomodation and Environment

4. Office Layout

5. Organising an Office

6. Office Charts and Manual

7.Authority and Responsibility



Final Term

8. Office Records Management

9. Office Reprography

10. Office Automation



Pattern of Questions

Total (100 Marks)

Part – 1 (15 x 2 = 30 Marks)

Compulsory short questions

Part – II (14 x 5 = 70 Marks)

Long Answer Type

5 Questions out of 7 Questions

HINDI (2ND LANGUGE)

First Term

Section A (Language) (50 Marks)

1. Essay (400 Words) (20 Marks)

2. Comprehension (20 Marks)

3. Grammar: Vyakaran Manjusha (10 Marks)

(i) Correct Sentences

(ii) Idioms



Section B: (Literature) (50 Marks)

Gadya Sankalan: Chapter 1 – Puthra Prem

Chapter 2 – Gauri

Chapter 3 - Sharanagat

Kavya Manjari: Chapter 1 – Sakhi

Chapter 2 – Bal Leela

Chapter 3 – Ek Phool Ki Chah

Aashad Ka Ek Din

OR To be discussed

Sara Akash



Final Term:

Section A: (Language) (50 Marks)

1. Essay (400 words) (20 Marks)

2. Comprehension (20 Marks)

3. Grammar: Vyakaran Manjusha (10 Marks)

i. Correct Sentences

ii. Idioms



Section B: (Literature) (50 Marks)

Gadya Sankalan: Chapter 4 – Sati

Chapter 5 – Interview

Chapter 6 – Dasi

(Questions will come from chapter 1 to 6)

Kavya Manjari: Chapter 4 – Aah Dharati Kitna Deti Hai

Chapter 5 – Nadi Ke Dweep

Chapter 6 – Tulsidas Ke Pad

(Question will come from Chapter 1 to 6)

Aashad Ka Ek Din

OR To be discussed

Sara Akash



SYLLABUS 2015-2016 CLASS XI COMMERCE

Text Book: Class XI Syllabus ISC Commerce – By C. B. Gupta (S. Chand)

There will be two papers in the subject

Paper: I – Theory – 3 hours (80 Marks)

II – Project and Viva (20 Marks)

Paper I (Theory) – 80 Marks

Part I (20 Marks) will consist of compulsory short questions from entire syllabus.

Ten Questions of 2 marks each (10x2=20)

Part II (60 Marks) will consist of Eight Questions out of which candidate will be required to answer any Five Questions, each carrying 12 Marks.

As per Scope of Syllabus of ISC 2017

MID TERM


  1. Nature and Purpose of Business

  2. Forms of Business Organizations

  3. Social Responsibility of Business and Business Ethics.

  4. Emerging Modes of Business

  5. Stock Exchange

FINAL TERM

First Term Syllabus to be included except “Nature & purpose of business”, which has been excluded.

  1. Trade

  2. Foreign Trade

  3. Insurance

These 3 topics are new for this term.

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ACCOUNTS

Class: XI

Full Marks: 100

[As per ISC 2017 Scope of Syllabus]


  1. PAPER – 1 – 80 Marks (Theory & Problem)

  2. PAPER – 2 – 20 Marks (Project Work & Viva – Voice)

Text Book: Double Entry Book Keeping by T. S. Grewal for Class XI (Sultan Chand)
Paper – 1 – Part – I (Compulsory) 20 Marks (Short Questions) [10x2=20]

Part – II (Attempt Five Questions out of Eight) [5x12 = 60]


  1. HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION – 2015




  1. BASIC ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS:

    1. Introduction to Accounting

    2. I.F.R.S, G.A.A.P & Basic Accounting Concepts

    3. Accounting Standards

    4. Basic Accounting Term

    5. Bases of Accounting

    6. Accounting Equation

  1. JOURNAL, LEDGER AND TRIAL BALANCE

    1. Journal [1]

    2. Ledger [1/2]

    3. Cash Book [1]

    4. Petty Cash Book [1/2]

    5. Sub – Division of Journal [1/2]

    6. Trial Balance [1]

  1. BANK RECONCILIATION STATEMENT

    1. B.R.S. [1]

  1. DEPRECIATION, PROVISIONS AND RESERVES

    1. Depreciation [1]

    2. Provisions & Reserves

    3. Practical Problems on Bad Debts, Provisions for Double Debts, Bad debts Recovery, Provisions for Discount on Debtors and Reserve for Discount on creditors

18.Capital Revenue Expenditure/Income [1/2]


  1. FINAL TERM EXAMINATION – 2016 (Full Syllabus as per ISC Scope – 2017


5) BILLS OF EXCHANGE

17. Bills of Exchange (1)

6) FINAL ACCOUNTS WITHOUT & WITH ADJUSTMENTS 19) & 20) [1]

7) ACCOUNTS FROM INCOMPLETE RECORDS

21. Single Entry System [1]

8) NON TRADING ORGANISATION 22) [1]

9) RECTIFICATION OF ERRORS. 23) [1]

10) INTRODUCTION TO THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN ACCOUNTING 24)

Cash Book [1]

BRS [1]


Depreciation [1]

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  • Please Note: Syllabus for the Subject BENGALI will be sent later.


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