Before the beginning of the academic year, it’s always better to go through the syllabus so that you get a rough idea on what to expect from each chapter. The syllabus mainly covers topics and subtopics that helps you to get detailed information about each and every chapter. Jharkhand Board Class 8 science syllabus is designed to help you to prepare for the class. Going through the syllabus, before the beginning of the academic year is beneficial because, by doing so, you can be more efficient and productive during the course.
The science syllabus for Class 8 of Jharkhand Board aims to help you develop basic scientific idea and understanding of the biological and physical aspects of the world, and the processes through which they develop this knowledge and understanding. The syllabus also aims to foster a positive attitude towards science and to encourage you to examine and appreciate the science and technology.
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Science allows students to explore their world and discover new things. It is also an active subject, containing activities such as hands-on labs and experiments. This makes science well-suited to for active young children. Science is an important part of the foundation of the education for you.
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. Here, we have covered a list of topics and concepts from Class 8 science syllabus:
| 2. Materials
Material in daily life
Different kinds of materials and their reactions.
How things change/react with one another
| 3. The World of the Living
How babies are formed
| 4. Moving things, People and Ideas
Idea of force
| 5. How Things Work
Electric current and circuits
| 6. Natural Phenomena
Rain, thunder and lightning
| 7. Natural Resources
Man’s intervention in phenomena of nature
Pollution of air and water
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