Science is considered as one of the most important subjects in school due to its relevance to student’s lives and the universally applicable problem-solving and critical thinking skills its uses and develops.
The syllabus is designed in a step by step manner enabling students to keep up with a chapter on a daily basis without having any fear over the last-minute studying. Knowing the Class 8 science syllabus of HPBOSE will help students to prepare themselves according to it. Going through the syllabus, before the beginning of the academic year is always beneficial because by doing so you get roughly an idea what to expect from each chapter.
The syllabus of Class 8 science covers topics and subtopics that helps students to get detailed information about each and every chapter. Along with the topics, the syllabus also provides information about practical assignments and projects. Knowing the syllabus beforehand helps students to prepare properly for the exam so that they can score good marks. Syllabus helps the students to be more efficient and productive during the course.
Before going to the class or starting the academic year it’s advisable to go through the syllabus so that you will be updated about the topics, assignments, question paper patterns, etc.
HPBOSE Class 8 Science Reduced Syllabus 2020-21
|Unit Name/No.||Name of Deleted Chapters/ Lessons||Page No.|
|Unit-I:- Food||Chapter-I:- Crop Production and management
1.8 Harvesting 1.9 Storage
|Unit-II:- Materials||Chapter-3:- Synthetic Fibers and Plastics
3.2 Types of synthetic fibers 3.3 Characteristics of synthetic fibers
|Chapter-4:- Materials: Metals and Non-metals
4.2 chemical Properties
|Unit-III:- The world of the Living||Chapter-7:- Conservation of Plants & Animals
7.5 Flora and Fauna
7.6 Endemic Species
|Chapter-8:- Cell Structure and Functions
8.3 Organism show variety in cell Number, shape and size
|Chapter-9:- Reproduction in animals:- 9.3 Asexual Reproduction.||107-108|
|Chapter-10:- Reaching the age of Adolescence
10.8 Role of hormones in completing the life history in insects & frogs.
|Unit-IV:- Moving things, People and Ideas||Chapter-11:- Force and Pressure
11.9 Pressure exerted by liquids and gases
|Chapter-12 :- Friction :- 12.6 Fluid Friction||153|
|Chapter-13:- Sound:- 13.4 We hear sound through our ears
13.5 Amplitude, Time Period and frequency of a vibration
|Unit-V:- How Things work||Chapter-6:- 6.3 Types of combustion
|Chapter-14:- Chemical effects of electric current
14.1 Do liquids conduct electricity
14.2 Chemical effect of electric current
|Unit-VI Natural Phenomena||Chapter-15:- Some Natural Phenomena
15.2 Charging by Rubbing 15.3 Types of charges and their interaction.
15.4 Transfer of charge.
Light:- 16.3 Regular and diffused reflection
16.4 Reflected light can be reflected again
16.5 Multiple images
|Chapter-17:- Stars and the Solar system.
17.1 The Moon
17.2 The Stars
|Unit- VII Natural Resources||Chapter-18:- Pollution of Air and water
18.4 Green House Effect
18.5 What can be done.
Click the link below to get the updated syllabus of Class 8 Science.
|Class 8 Science Syllabus|