JKBOSE Class 11 Math Syllabus

If any student finds the sets, relations and functions, trigonometry, limits and derivatives or from binomial theorem to mathematical reasoning interesting, they will find the JKBOSE Class 11 Math to be very easy. Or could be that a student wants to know what entails for them in JKBOSE Higher Secondary Part I Maths? For all this, JKBOSE Class 11 Math Syllabus is very useful. It provides students with a complete overview of the course, the subject and what is expected from them for the academic year.

How many are interested in mathematical induction or complex numbers? How does statistics or probability sound? How is the assessment scheme or class and time allotment for the course? An effective syllabi would give the students all these information, thus making it easy for them to prepare ahead to bridge the gap between course expectations and their knowledge.

You can download the syllabus for Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education Higher Secondary Part 1 Math below.

JKBOSE Class 11 Math Syllabus pdf

Meanwhile, for an overview of the math topics covered in the syllabus, see here:

JKBOSE Higher Secondary Part 1 Math Syllabus

Class 11 JKBOSE Math Syllabus

Unit 1: Sets

Unit 2: Relations and Functions

Unit 3: Trigonometry

Unit 4: Mathematical Induction

Unit 5: Permutations and Combination

Unit 6: Complex Numbers and Linear In Equations

Unit 7: Limits and Derivatives

Unit 8: Coordinate Geometry (Straight Line)

Unit 9: Conic Sections(Circles), Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola

Unit 10: Probability

Unit 11: Statistics

Unit 12: Binomial Theorem

Unit 13: Sequences and Series

Unit 14: Three Dimensional Geometry

Unit 15: Mathematical Reasoning

Class 11 also have applied mathematics as a subject where the syllabus topics range from Sets, Relations and Functions to Complex numbers and Quadratic equations and it includes a unit on vectors, as well.

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Practise This Question

Let A = {1,2,3}, B = {1,3,5}. A relation R:A B is 

defined by R = {(1,3),(1,5),(2,1)}. Then R1 is defined by