CBSE Class 8 Syllabus

 

CBSE Class 8 is a very crucial stage in a student’s life where he/she can build a strong foundation for themselves and initiate the path for a successful future. For this, students need to prepare efficiently for their exams. Excelling in CBSE Class 8 exams holds a great importance and the only key to this is continuous practice and clarity of concepts.

To ensure that the students are able to develop their key concepts on various topics, Byju’s has come up with CBSE Class 8 Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology Syllabus which will help students grasp easily. A detailed structure of the CBSE Class 8 Syllabus has been given. Select the subject of your choice.

Understanding Identities

Area of a Circle in a Triangle

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Practise This Question

There is a pair of parallel lines which intersects with another pair of parallel lines. The quadrilateral formed is trapezium.