JAC Class 8

The Jharkhand Academic Council is established by the government on 4th March 2003. JAC was established for holding and conducting examinations of Intermediate, Secondary, Madhyama and Madrasa from Vastaniyan to Fazil for prescribing studies for such examinations and for recommending for recognition of Intermediate Educational Institutions, High Schools. Sanskrit Schools and Madrasa to the State Government and for carrying out such other examination as assigned to the council by the State Government.

The Board introduced the CBSE curriculum from the primary stage to the intermediate stage to enable students to take part in the main current of the national education-programme freely and naturally. The Board follows the NCERT textbooks and in order to wave out difficulties in teaching CBSE courses, the board conducts some Orientation Courses and Workshops in collaboration with some eminent scholars.

JAC governs the teaching pattern for all classes and full syllabus and exam system for all subjects that all school affiliated under JAC. The syllabus of Class 8 is prescribed by BSEB for that particular academic session. The Board is the sole authority to revise or update the syllabus of Class 8 and its textbooks following the changes according to the CBSE board.

Setting up strong academic foundation during Class 8 studies by students can go a long way in paving the way ahead in future. While many have started realizing this fact and started preparation for the challenge, but there are few students who ignore this opportunity and end up regretting it later on.

Apart from performing numerous functions, the board also aims at developing the non-academic aspects i.e, the extracurricular filed. It also takes care of the financial facet by providing scholarships for the deserving candidates.

Click the link below to get revised Syllabus, Textbooks, Question papers for JAC board class 8:

The Jharkhand Academic Council is established by the government on 4th March 2003. JAC was established for holding and conducting examinations of Intermediate, Secondary, Madhyama and Madrasa from Vastaniyan to Fazil for prescribing studies for such examinations and for recommending for recognition of Intermediate Educational Institutions, High Schools. Sanskrit Schools and Madrasa to the State Government and for carrying out such other examination as assigned to the council by the State Government.

The Board introduced the CBSE curriculum from the primary stage to the intermediate stage to enable students to take part in the main current of the national education-programme freely and naturally. The Board follows the NCERT textbooks and in order to wave out difficulties in teaching CBSE courses, the board conducts some Orientation Courses and Workshops in collaboration with some eminent scholars.

JAC governs the teaching pattern for all classes and full syllabus and exam system for all subjects that all school affiliated under JAC. The syllabus of Class 8 is prescribed by BSEB for that particular academic session. The Board is the sole authority to revise or update the syllabus of Class 8 and its textbooks following the changes according to the CBSE board.

Setting up strong academic foundation during Class 8 studies by students can go a long way in paving the way ahead in future. While many have started realizing this fact and started preparation for the challenge, but there are few students who ignore this opportunity and end up regretting it later on.

Apart from performing numerous functions, the board also aims at developing the non-academic aspects i.e, the extracurricular filed. It also takes care of the financial facet by providing scholarships for the deserving candidates.

Click the link below to get revised Syllabus, Textbooks, Question papers for JAC board class 8:

JAC Class 8 Syllabus
JAC Class 8 Textbooks
JAC Class 8 Previous Year Question Paper

 


Practise This Question

A 1500-kg car moving o a flat, horizontal road negotiates a curve as show in figure. If the radius of the curve is 20.0 m and the coefficient of static friction between the tires and dry pavement is 0.50, find the maximum speed the car can have and still make the turn successfully.