CBSE Class 7 Chemistry Syllabus

Byju’s brings you latest CBSE syllabus for class 7 Chemistry along with study material and NCERT solution for class 7 . It is important to know which are the units and chapters included in CBSE class 7 chemistry syllabus so that you get to know the new units added which were not the part of syllabus last year and whether any of the previous chapters and topics are deleted.

CBSE is always concerned about the results and performances of students in their academics and therefore imparts modifications in class 7 chemistry syllabus after proper studies and discussions with the board members. Every change points towards the overall development and advancement of the students by keeping the importance of primary education and role of future generations in the economic growth.

Chemistry Syllabus for Class 7 CBSE

Below is the CBSE Class 7 Chemistry Syllabus. It is very important to understand the syllabus before you start preparing for the exam.



Fibre to Fibric

  1. Wool
  2. Silk

Acids, Bases and Salts

  1. Acids and Bases
  2. Natural Indicators around us
  3. Neutralisation
  4. Neutralisation in everyday life

Physical and Chemical Changes

  1. Physical Changes
  2. Chemical change
  3. Rusting of Iron
  4. Crystallisation


  1. Soil teeming with life
  2. Soil profile
  3. Soil types
  4. Properties of soil
  5. Moisture in soil
  6. Absorption of water by soil
  7. Soil and crops

Water: A precious resource

  1. How much water is available
  2. Forms of water
  3. Groundwater as an important source of water
  4. Depletion of water table
  5. Distribution of water
  6. Water management
  7. What role you can play
  8. Effect of scarcity of water on plants

Forests: Our lifeline

  1. Visit to a forest

Wastewater Story

  1. Water, our lifeline
  2. What is sewage?
  3. Water freshens up – An eventful journey
  4. Wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)
  5. Better housekeeping practices
  6. Sanitation and disease
  7. Alternative arrangement for sewage disposal
  8. Sanitation at public places

Practise This Question

The total entropy change for a system and its surroundings increases, if the process is: