Change in CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, New Syllabus for Class 9, 10, 11, 12- CBSE Reduced syllabus

CBSE Reduced Syllabus Class 9, 10, 11, 12 2020-21 – New CBSE Deleted Syllabus

Change in CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, New Syllabus for Class 9, 10, 11, 12 – CBSE Reduced syllabus

Change in CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, NEW CBSE Board Exam Syllabus Class 9, 10, 11, 12 released . For this year i.e. session 2020-21 CBSE Syllabus have been modified and reduced due to outbreak of COVID-19. As Corona Virus is spreading which resulted in long period of lockdown across the India and even across the globe therefore CBSE reduced syllabus for Class 9, 10, 11, 12. New updated CBSE Reduced syllabus is available here for all subjects. Changed CBSE reduced syllabus is given subject-wise for download in PDF Free.

Business Studies Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • No change in syllabus

Accountancy Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • No change in syllabus

Biology Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus

  • The weightage of Unit 1 and Unit 3 has been changed from 10 marks to 12 marks and 14 marks to 12 marks
  • The number of periods of Unit 1, 2 and 3 has been changed from 23, 23, 34 to 27, 27, 26
  • Topic ‘Secondary growth’ has been added to chapter
  • Practicals:
    • Experiment Number 4 has been divided into two experiments, one is tissues and diversity in shapes and size of plant cell and another is tissues and diversity in shapes and size of animal
    • Three experiments have been deleted from [B. Study/observation of the following (spotting)]
      • Study of imbibition in seeds/raisins.
      • Observation and comments on the experimental set up for showing:
    • Anaerobic respiration (b) Phototropism (c) Effect of apical bud removal
      • Study of external morphology of cockroach through virtual images/models.

Biology Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus 2020-21

  • Term ‘sacred groves’ has been added into Chapter
  • Practicals: No change

Chemistry Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus

  • Topics ‘Discovery of Electron, Proton and Neutron, atomic number, isotopes and isobars, Thomson’s model and its limitations, Rutherford’s model and its limitations’ have been added to Unit 2 (Structure of Atom).
  • Topics ‘Significance of classification and brief history of the development of periodic table’ have been added to Unit 3 (Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Elements).
  • The name of Unit 11 (p-block Elements) has been changed to ‘Some p-block Elements’.

Practicals:

  • Under Quantitative Estimation, a practical ‘Using a chemical balance’ has been changed to ‘Using a mechanical balance/electronic balance’.
  • Under Qualitative Analysis, in cations As3+ has been added and in anion2s NO has been added.

Chemistry Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • A new chapter ‘Solid State’ has been added as Unit Thus sequence of units has also been changed.
  • In Unit 7 (p-block Elements), Group-15 Elements have been added and its number of periods also changed from 14 to
  • The number of period of Units 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15 has been changed from 12 to 10, 12 to 10, 14 to 10, 12 to 10 and 6 to 8
  • The name of Unit 13 (Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen) has been changed to ‘Amines’.
  • Topics ‘Cyanides and Isocyanides’ have been deleted from Unit 13 (Amines).
  • Topics ‘Classification–natural and synthetic and Methods of polymerization (addition and condensation)’ have been added to Unit 15 (Polymers).

Practicals:

  • The total number of periods has been reduced to 60 from
  • Under Qualitative Analysis, in cation As3+ has been added and CO2+ has been deleted. Further in anions, NO has been

Computer Science Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus 2020-21

EarlierNow
Total : 4 unitsTotal : 3 units
Unit 1Unit 1: 5 % matter need to be added
Unit 2Unit 2: (approx.)20 % matter need to be added
Unit 3Unit 3: Totally deleted
Unit 4Unit 4: (approx. 50 % matter need to be added.
Practice PapersPractice papers : 40% change required

 Computer Science Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

EarlierNow
Total : 4 unitsTotal : 3 units
Unit 1Unit 1: 30% matter need to be added
Unit 2Unit 2: (approx.) 40% matter need to be added
Unit 3Unit 3: (approx.) 50% matter need to be added.
Unit 4Unit 4: Totally deleted
Practice PapersPractice papers : 40% change required
Total-2 projects                                Projects : Out of 2 projects –one project is not useful.

Economics Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus 2020-21

  • Topic ‘Sampling and non-sampling errors’ has been deleted from Unit 2 (Collection, Organisation and Presentation of Data)
  • Topic ‘Lorenz curve–Meaning, construction and its application’ has been deleted from Unit 3 (Statistical Tools and Interpretation)
  • Topic ‘Oligopoly-Meaning and features’ has been deleted from Unit 7 (Forms of Market and price determination under Perfect Competition with Simple Application)

Economics Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • A term ‘Indian Economic System’ has been added in Unit 6 [Development Experience (1947- 90) and Economic Reforms since 1991].
  • Only ‘Institutional aspects and new agricultural strategy’ will have to be taught under problems and policies of agriculture in Unit 6 [Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991].
  • Topics ‘IPS-1956 and SSI-role and importance’ have been added in Unit 6 [Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991].
  • Topic ‘Changes in workforce participation rate in formal and informal sectors’ has been added in Unit 7 (Current challenges facing Indian Economy).

English Core Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus

NowEarlier
Section A: Comprehension

OTQs, SAQs, MCQs MCQs (1 x 6 = 6 marks)

Objective Type Questions (1 x 6 = 6 marks)

 

VSAQs, SAQs, MCQs

Section B: Writing and Grammar

Speech and debate writing will be tested on contemporary issues.

VLAQs

Debate has been added (8 Marks) Grammar (6 Marks)

Close passages have been added

 

 

 

Earlier 10 Marks

Earlier 10 Marks

Section C
RTC: 2 Questions out of 3 (2Earlier 3 Questions out of 3 (3 Marks)
Marks) SAQs 5 Questions out of 6Earlier 3 Questions out of 4 (9 Marks)
(10 Marks)

English Core Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • Speech and debate writing will be tested on contemporary

English Language and Literature Class 9 Changed CBSE Syllabus ( due to Covid-19, Corona Viruss)

  • Section A: There is no change marks wise, but MCQs included in both the
  • Section B:
EarlierNow
Question 3: Earlier it is of 8 MarksQuestion 3: Not it is 10 Marks
Question 5: Gap fillingQuestion 5: Cloze passage/Gap filling/Edition
Question 6: Editing (4 Marks)Question 6: Dialogue writing/Reporting dialogue on given cues (6 Marks)
Question 7: Sentence formationQuestion 7: It has been deleted.
  •  Section C: 
Earlier                                                                  Now
Question 8: One out of two extracts Question 7: One out of two extracts with 2 with 4 SAQs (2 x 2 = 4) objective questions (1 x 4 = 4)

 Previously there were 11 questions but now there are 10

English Language and Literature Class 10 New Updated Syllabus 2020-21

  • Section A: There is no change markswise, but MCQs included in both the
  • Section B:
Earlier                                                                  Now
Question  3:  Formal letters on                     Question 3: Formal letters on any given placing                                                                    situation. (10 Marks)

order/enquiry/complaint/ (8 Marks)

Question  4: Story Writing                               Question 4: Analytical paragraph based on

Map/Charts/Reports/Line graph

 

Question 5: Gap fillingQuestion 5: Cloze passage/Gap filling / Editing
Question 6: EditingQuestion 6: Dialogue writing/Reporting a dialogue on given cues
Question 7: Sentence formationQuestion 7: It has been deleted.
  • Section C:
Earlier                                                                  Now
Question 8: One out  of  two extracts        Question 7: One out of two extracts with 2 with  SAQs (2 x 2 = 4) objective questions (1 x 4 = 4)
  •  Previously there were 11 questions but now there are 10

Hindi A Class 9 Changed CBSE Syllabus ( due to Covid-19, Corona Viruss) 

 

Hindi B Class 9 Changed CBSE Syllabus ( due to Covid-19, Corona Viruss) 

Maths Class 9 Changed CBSE Syllabus ( due to Covid-19, Corona Viruss) 2020-21

  • No change in syllabus

Maths (Basic + Standard) Class 10 New Updated Syllabus

  • No change in syllabus

Maths Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus 2020-21

  • No change in syllabus

Maths Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • A topic ‘Binomial Probability Distribution’ has been added in Unit 6 (Probability).

Physics Class 11 CBSE Change in Syllabus 2020-21

  • No change in syllabus
  • Practicals:
EarlierNow
  1. Atleast 15 experiments were to be recorded (with 6 from each section).  Atleast 5 activities were to be recorded (2 each from Section A and Section B)
  2. In evaluation scheme, ‘two experiments one from each section’ had the weightage of 8 + 8 marks.
  3. In evaluation scheme, ‘Practical record’ had the 
    weightage of 6 marks.
  1. Atleast 12 experiments to be recorded (with 6 from each section).  Atleast 6 activities to be recorded (3 each from Section A and Section B) 
  2. In evaluation scheme, ‘two experiments one from each section’ has the weightage of 7 + 7 marks. 
  3. In evaluation scheme, ‘Practical record’ has the weightage of 5 marks. 
  4. ‘One activity from any section’ having weightage of 3 marks.

‘For the purpose of understanding only’ has been deleted after the heading Activities in Section A and Section

Physics Class 12 CBSE Reduced Syllabus

  • The number of periods of Unit 1 and 2 has been changed from 22 to 24 and 20 to 18 respectively.
  • Topic ‘Experimental study of photoelectric effect’ has been added to Chapter 11 (Dual nature of radiation and matter).
  • Topics ‘ Half life and Mean life’ have been added to Chapter 13 (Nuclei).
  • Practicals:
Earlier     Now
  1. Atleast 15 experiments were to  be recorded (with 6 from each section).
  2. Atleast 5 activities were to be recorded (2 each from Section A and Section B)
  3. In evaluation scheme, ‘two experiments one from each section’ had the weightage of 8 + 8 marks.
  4. In evaluation scheme, ‘Practical record’ had the 
    weightage of 6 marks.
  1. Atleast 12 experiments to be recorded (with 6 from each section).
  2. Atleast 6 activities to be recorded (3 each from Section A and Section B) 
  3. In evaluation scheme, ‘two experiments one from each section’ has the weightage of 7 + 7 marks.
  4. In evaluation scheme, ‘Practical record’ has the weightage of 5 marks. 
  5. ‘One activity from any section’ having weightage of 3 marks.

 Section–A (Experiments)

  • The language of experiment 1 and 2 has been
EarlierNow
  1. To determine resistance per of a given wire by plotting a graph for potential difference versus current.
  2. To find resistance of a given wire using meter bridge and hence determine the resistivity (specific resistance) of its material.
  1. To determine resistivity of two/three wires by plotting a graph for potential difference versus current. 
  2. To find resistance of a given wire/standard resistor using meter bridge. 
  • Earlier there were 10 experiments but now only 8 experiments as experiment number 3 and 4 and 8 and 9 have been changed into or parts of each
    • To verify the laws of combination (series) of resistances using a metre bridge.

Or

    • To verify the laws of combination (parallel) of resistances using a metre bridge.
    • To convert the given galvanometer (of known resistance and figure of merit) into a voltmeter of desired range and to verify the

Or

    • To convert the given galvanometer (of known resistance and figure of merit) into an ammeter of desired range and to verify the

Section–B (Experiments)

  • Experiment ‘To determine the wavelength of a laser beam by diffraction’ has been
  • Earlier there were 10 experiments to do but now there are 9 experiments.
  • ‘For the purpose of understanding only’ has been deleted after the heading Activities in Section A and Section

 

Science Class 9 Changed CBSE Syllabus ( due to Covid-19, Corona Viruss)

  • No change in syllabus
  • Practicals: No change

 

Science Class 10 New Updated Syllabus

  • No change in syllabus
  • Practicals: No change

Social Studies Class 9 Changed CBSE Syllabus ( due to Covid-19, Corona Viruss)

  • No change in syllabus

Social Studies Class 10 New Updated Syllabus 2020-21

  • Geography: Chapter 2 (Forest and Wildlife): A topic ‘develop concept towards depletion of resources’ has been deleted from learning
  • Geography: Chapter 3 (Water Resources): Earlier the map items of this chapter were not to be evaluated in Board Examinations, but now these (map items) will be evaluated in the Board However, theoretical aspect will not be evaluated as earlier.

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Change in CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, New Syllabus for Class 9, 10, 11, 12 – CBSE Reduced syllabus

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