Syllabus is one of the most important documents for students. It helps students plan their learning schedules and teachers to plan their classes and organize in an efficient manner. It is always a 2-way street in a classroom session exploring a world of options.
Mathematics is one of the most important streams in the history of education system. It is relevant in today’s age and time and sees young minds as mathematics enthusiasts. Deals with numbers and operations, it finds its applications in every thing around us. The JAC board takes keen interest in developing the syllabus every year for students in order to understand the capabilities and potential of students. It does so by considering inputs from the research and analysis team, which provides latest updates on science and technology. Through this the JAC aims at bringing about an education system providing quality education to be able to perform exceptionally well not only in the board examinations but also in competitive examinations occuring in the state.
Why do we have to study mathematics
Mathematics has become an integral part of our lives. Especially in today’s time where every second we see a calculation or a computation of sorts happening right in front of us. Let us see a few reasons why mathematics is important to study in our curriculum.
- Mathematics is very relevant subject
- Helps hold on to problems while solving and hence grants the power of patience
- Helps improve critical thinking skills
- Enhances logical thinking ability
- Helps analyze data
- Helpful in reading and deducing graphs of various sorts for business purposes
- Great field to pursue higher studies
- Finds applications in – Space exploration, medicine, defence & ministry, Astronomy, Finance, Banks etc.
Find below the revised mathematics syllabus for class 10 by JAC for the academic year 2018-19.
|Chapter 1||Areas related to circles|
|Chapter 2||Arithmetic progressions|
|Chapter 5||Coordinate Geometry|
|Chapter 6||Introduction to Trigonometry|
|Chapter 7||Pair of Linear equations in Two variables|
|Chapter 10||Quadratic Equations|
|Chapter 11||Real Numbers|
|Chapter 12||Some Applications of Trigonometry|
|Chapter 14||Surface Areas and Volumes|