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Course name : CBSE Science 6 Course Description : We see science everywhere in our daily lives.

When we decide what to eat or what products to use which have least impact on the environment, science is involved. Aligned as per CBSE class 6 syllabus, this course builds on what was learned in earlier classes on nutrition, plants, nature of substances, separation of these substances. Concepts on motion, light, magnetism and electricity are introduced. Course syllabus : Food Sources of food ; components of food and cleaning food Materials materials of daily use ; different kinds of materials and grouping them ; how things change and react with each another Living things around us their movement ; habitat of living things Structure and functions of plants, animals How things work ? Basics of electricity ; magnets Natural phenomena Light, thunder, cyclone, lightning Natural resources water, air Waste Impact of waste on environment

Who should attend This course is designed for all those who have completed their 5th grade Science. However, most of the topics dealt with are basic in nature or about what one interacts with on a daily basis and so the participant will be able to appreciate even if he/she has not attended previous classes.

Course name : CBSE Science 7 Course Description : Science is an integral part of our daily lives. Learning science concepts improve ones ability to make correct choices in their lives, be it the food one eats, or make health care decisions. The physics and chemistry provide a good understanding of the nature of substances, and concepts such as light, heat, electricity and magnetism. The course is aligned as per CBSE class 7 syllabus. This course builds on what was learned in earlier classes on plants and animals, nature of substances and the natural phenomena. Course syllabus : Food how do plants and animals get food ; utilisation of food Materials Fibre to fabric ; material from plants and animals Classification of substances - Chemical substances chemical reaction World of the living soil structure and types Respiratory system plants / animals Movement of substances transportation ; circulatory system Reproduction - plants Motion and time Electric current and circuits Rain, thunder and lightning Water Forest products Waste management

Who should attend This course is designed for all those who have completed their 6th grade Science. Though most of the topics are what is seen around us, it is important to go through grade 6 Science to get a foundation on so that one can appreciate what is covered in this course. Though, there are a few topics that can be appreciated and understood without prior knowledge, this course builds on the knowledge acquired in earlier classes.

Course name : CBSE Science 8 Course Description : The world is not fragmented into discrete subjects. Science is everywhere around us. It cannot be isolated from everything else and it crosses into all subjects. Observing, classifying, measuring, inferring are some of the skills one would put to use while learning science. Scientific inquiry triggers the process of critical thinking and reasoning. This course has been designed keeping in mind the needs of the learners of class 8, aligning it with CBSE class 8 syllabus. This course covers topics life science, physics and chemistry in more depth than the previous class. Course syllabus : Crop production and agriculture Micro organisms ; their role in our day-to-day lives Natural and synthetic fibres Metals and non metals Fuels ; combustion and flame World of living conservation Cells building blocks Reproduction in animals Force, friction and pressure Sound Electric current and circuits Natural phenomena Rain, thunder, lightning Light Reflection ; Human eye Stars and planets earthquakes Coal and petroleum Air pollution and water pollution

Who should attend All those who have completed 7th grade Science with CBSE board can learn this course with ease. Concepts learnt in the previous years are dealt with, in more depth.

Course name : CBSE Science 9 Course Description : Science at grade 9 gets more interesting. Having studied science in earlier classes, a foundation should have been built. This course explains all the concepts that were learnt in the previous years. In grade 9, (i.e.) in high school, a student is expected to develop critical thinking and reasoning skills through experiments and application of concepts. This course provides the much needed inputs and environment where a student receives an excellent foundation and conceptual clarity that is much needed for higher classes. Some concepts are to be understood and experimented with in science labs. The course is designed taking into account the need for a student to answer questions relating to these science experiments. Course syllabus : Food producing higher yields States of matter Change of state Elements, compounds and mixtures Atoms atomic structure Diversity of plants and animals, taxonomy Cells Cell structure, structure and functions of tissues Diseases by microbes and their prevention Speed, velocity and acceleration Force and Newtons law, gravitation Work, energy and power ; Thrust and pressure Sound ; reflection Natural resources ; air, water and soil and their pollution

Who should attend This course is primarily designed for grade 9 students. Many topics are dealt with in detail compared to the previous years. So prior knowledge of science meant for earlier years forms the basis for this course.

Course name : CBSE Science 10 Course Description : In grade 10, a student is expected to have a good understanding of human systems, plants, taxonomy of living things, physics and the chemistry that would prepare one to further specialise. This course is designed as per CBSE tenth standard curriculum. Covering all the topics that were dealt in the previous years, in more detail, this course provides a comprehensive understanding of the concepts that are needed for higher secondary courses. Course syllabus : Acids, bases and salts Types of chemical reaction Common metals and their properties Carbon compounds ; saturated hydrocarbons Soap ; cleansing action of soap Classification of elements ; periodic table Our environment Control and co-ordination Reproduction in plants and animals Heredity and evolution Electric circuits Ohms law Magnetic field lines Flemings left hand rule Electro magnetic induction Convergence and divergence of light Image formation ; Law of reflection ; refraction Conservation of natural resources Sources of energy

Who should attend This course is designed for all those who have completed their 9th grade Science.

Course name : CBSE Biology 11 Course Description : Biology is the science of life. Present day botany is a diverse field. The curriculum provides a broad coverage of topics including, physiology, ecology and taxonomy. Botany helps us understand the food we eat, how we get our energy, the life cycles of plants and how things are dependent on each other. Zoology deals with the study of animal life across all levels of organisation; from the evolution and
adaptations of whole organisms to the activities of animal cells and the biochemical processes that maintain them. This course helps a grade 11 student to learn biology in more depth.

Course syllabus : Diversity of living organisms Classification of living organisms Binomial nomenclature Structural organisation in animals and plants Tissues in plants and animals Cell structure and function ; structure and functions of carbohydrates, proteins etc. Plant physiology Human physiology (Digestion, Respiration, Circulation, Excretion, locomotion, control & coordination)

Who should attend This course is meant for grade 11 CBSE students. Anyone with adequate prior knowledge, or if one has learnt the concepts covered in previous courses meant for lower grades will be able to appreciate this course.

Course name : CBSE Chemistry 11 Course Description :


Chemistry is the study of matter and its interactions with other matter and energy. This course

builds on the chemistry that was covered in high school. Aligned as per the CBSE grade 11 curriculum, this course covers topics that lay a foundation for studying them in higher education. Course syllabus : Basic concepts in chemistry ; law of chemical combination Structure of atom Rutherford model ; Bohrs model Classification of elements and periodicity in properties. Chemical bonding and molecular structure - ionic bond ; covalent bond ; valence bond theory States of matter gases and liquids ; Boyles law, Charles law ; Gay Lussacs law ; Avagadros law Thermodynamics ; first law ; enthalpy Equilibrium Physical / chemical processes ; Le Chatliers principle Redox reactions Oxidation and reduction Hydrogen isotopes ; properties and uses of hydrogen S Block elements Group 1 and Group II elements Preparation and properties of compounds sodium carbonate, sodium chloride, sodium hydrogen carbonate P Block elements Organic chemistry basic principles and techniques Hydrocarbons Classification of hydrocarbons alkanes, alkenes and alkynes Environmental chemistry

Who should attend Some background in chemistry is assumed, but no specific knowledge is pre supposed. This course covers the fundamental concepts in chemistry. This course is designed for all those who have completed their 10th grade Science.

Course name : CBSE Physics 11 Course Description :


Physics is often considered the most fundamental of all the natural sciences and its theories attempt to

describe the behaviour of the smallest building blocks of matter, light, the Universe and everything in between. The importance of physics to society today is most easily represented by our reliance on technology. Many of the technologies that that are continually transforming the world we live in can be directly traced back to important physics research. Aligned as per the CBSE grade 11 curriculum, this course covers

topics that lay a foundation for studying them in higher education. Course syllabus : Environmental chemistry

Who should attend Some background in Physics is assumed, but no specific knowledge is pre supposed. This course covers the fundamental concepts in Physics. This course is designed for all those who have completed their 10th grade Science.

Course name : CBSE Biology 12 Course Description : Science gets branched into specialised subjects in grade 11 and 12. This course is aligned to grade 12 Biology syllabus of the CBSE curriculum. Biology is dealt with as Botany and Zoology, former the study of plant life and the latter animal life. This course covers the systems studied in earlier classes such as 9 and 10. Course syllabus : Sexual reproduction Pollination ; human reproduction ; reproductive health Genetics and evolution- Inheritance ; DNA finger printing ; mutation Biology and human welfare Immunology, Pathogens, tissue culture, sewage treatment Bio technology and its applications Applications in health, agriculture and industry Ecology and environment eco system, adaptation, Centres of diversity and conservation The biotic and abiotic components

Who should attend This course is designed for all those who have completed their 11th grade Biology.

Course name : CBSE Chemistry 12 Course Description :


Chemistry is the study of matter and its interactions with other matter and energy. This course

builds on the chemistry that was covered in high school. While some topics are covered in grade 11, the balance are covered in this course. Aligned as per the CBSE grade 12 curriculum, this course covers topics that lay a foundation for studying them in higher education. Course syllabus : Solid state ionic, covalent, metallic, amorphous and crystalline state Solutions Types of solutions, solubility, colligative property Electro chemistry Redox reactions, electrolysis, Kohlrauschs law Chemical kinetics rate of reaction factors that affect rate Surface chemistry Adsorption ; catalysis ; colloids and suspensions General principles and processes of isolation of substances methods of extraction P-Block elements Group 15 elements and group 16 elements, Group 17 and 18 elements d and f Block elements Lanthanoids and Actinoids Co-ordination compounds IUPAC nomenclature Halo alkanes and Haloarenes Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids Organic compounds containing Nitrogen Bio molecules Polymers Chemistry in everyday life

Who should attend This course is designed for all those who have completed their 11th grade Chemistry.

Course name : CBSE Physics 12 Course Description :


Research on the physics of semiconductors enabled the first transistor to be developed in 1947. This seemingly simple device is the key component in all of our electronic systems, including computers, and it is now considered one of the most important inventions in human history. Also it is the laws of optics describing the way light behaves that have lead to the development of the optical fiber networks that are drawing the world closer together. Many of the technologies that are transforming the world today result from Physics research. This course is a continuation of grade 11 Physics. While some topics are covered in grade 11, rest are covered in grade 12.

Course syllabus : Electrostatics electric charges, electric field, electric flux, electric potential, Coulombs law Current electricity Flow of electric charges ; internal resistance, Kirchhoffs law, potentiometer Magnetic effects of current and magnetism ; Oersted experiment, Biot Savarts law ; Amperes law Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents Faradays law, Eddy currents, Alternating currents Electromagneic waves Optics Reflection of light, Scattering of light, Optical instruments, Wave optics Dual nature of matter and radiation Photoelectric effect, Matter waves Atoms and nuclei Alpha particle, Rutherford model, Bohr model, composition and size of nucleus, atomic masses Electronic devices semi conductors Communication system bandwidth of signals

Who should attend Some background in Physics is assumed, but no specific knowledge is pre supposed. This course covers the fundamental concepts in Physics. This course is designed for all those who have completed their 11th grade Physics.