Kerala Syllabus 11th Standard Textbooks

The syllabus has a role in students, teachers, and parents life. How? Students need to refer to the syllabus to understand the subjects he/ she will be learning in that academic year. To know how big the chapter is and what the marks distribution for each chapter are. With the help of syllabus copy, teachers will make a schedule to engage classes accordingly. Parents will also need the syllabus copy to get an idea about their child’s curriculum. Therefore we have provided the class 11 syllabus copy for the students studying under the Kerala Board. Students can download this syllabus copy and refer to it to make a daily timetable. Students can dedicate study time for each subject based on its level of difficulty and successfully complete the syllabus weeks before the exam.

Kerala Syllabus 11th Standard Textbooks (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany)

Physics Chemistry
Physical World Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Units and Measurement Structure of Atom
Motion in a straight line Classification of Elements and
Periodicity in Properties
Motion in a plane Chemical Bonding and Molecular
Laws of Motion States of Matter
Work, Energy, Power Thermodynamics
Motion of Rigid bodies Equilibrium
Gravitation Redox Reactions
Mechanics of Solids Hydrogen
Mechanics of fluids The s-Block Elements
Thermal Properties of matter The p-Block Elements
Thermodynamics Organic Chemistry – Some Basic
Principles and Techniques
Kinetic Theory of Gases Hydrocarbons
Oscillations Environmental Chemistry


Sets Complex Numbers and Quadratic
Sequences and Series Limits and Derivatives
Relations and Functions Linear Inequalities Straight Lines Mathematical Reasoning
Trigonometric Functions Permutations and Combinations Conic Sections Statistics
Principle of Mathematical
Binomial Theorem Introduction to Three Dimensional

Zoology and Botany:

Zoology Botany
The Living World Biological classification
Animal Kingdom Plant Kingdom
Structural Organisation in Animals Morphology of Flowering Plants
Biomolecules Anatomy of flowering plants
Digestion and Absorption Cell: The unit of Life
Breathing and exchange of gases Cell cycle and Cell Division
Body fluids and circulation Transport in Plants
Excretory products and their Examination Mineral Nutrition
Locomotion and movement Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
Neural control and Coordination Respiration in Plants
Chemical Coordination and
Plant Growth and Development

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