Class 6 JKBOSE Mathematics syllabus

Syllabus is a document containing information about the course you have taken up. It acts an effective manual and highlights all the key components it provides the students and teachers with. Time and again the board and teachers advise students to use syllabus, a clear understanding of which is very important. Having knowledge of how to use the syllabus is as important and crucial. These are resourceful tools just like a telephone book or a dictionary which enables students to locate information and is characterized by the way it is structured and organized. These are proficient in the matter in which they convey information and are pertinent enough.

Syllabus has several components. Few are:

  • Course title/heading
  • Course description
  • Course Content
  • List of diagram/map work
  • Gradation
  • Books for reference
  • Classroom etiquette
  • Educational policies

Mathematics is a subject dealing with numbers. It is a scoring subject since it does not require much effort by students to remember definitions and long answers etc. it just requires students to understand concepts which would be helpful and relevant throughout one’s life. Calculations and computations are part of mathematics and taught from a lower level at schools for students to understand the importance of it in daily life.

Mathematics for class 6 has been developed and curated by the J&K board keeping in mind the calibre and the capabilities of a student studying in class 6. Board is undertaking regular revisions of syllabus in order to incorporate the latest in the field of mathematics.

Find below description of mathematics syllabus for class 6 prescribed by the JKBOSE for the academic year 2018-19.

Mathematics Syllabus

Chapter 1

Whole Numbers

Chapter 2

Playing with numbers

Chapter 3

Basic Geometrical Ideas

Chapter 4

Understanding elementary shapes

Chapter 5

Integers

Chapter 6

Fractions

Chapter 7

Decimals

Chapter 8

Mensuration

Chapter 9

Algebra

Chapter 10

Ratio and proportion

Chapter 11

Practical Geometry


Practise This Question

The number of times an observation occurs in a data is called its: