Class 9 Karnataka State Board Latest Science Syllabus (2018 -19)

Syllabus mainly contains the information about the subject. Typically includes the information like Topics covered, Structure, assignments, activities, exercises etc.. A syllabus says how much time should be spent on what topics, How important the topics are! How should we study so that we can cover entire textbook without missing any topics. In case we are referring to any third party books for extra information syllabus helps us to know how deep understanding is sufficient from examination point of view! In short they are the reference frame for any studies.

Class 9 syllabus is prescribed by Karnataka Secondary Education and Examination Board popularly known as KSEEB. Board contains a committee of experts, they carefully choose the topics of science in such a way that studying them is not only for scoring good marks in the final examination but also for understanding higher grade science.

Students generally get interest in science because it explains infinite physical phenomenons occurring all the time in and around us. For example : how things are formed? How are the functioning? What is governing them? How complex things evolve over time from a simple things? A slow and study approach in finding answers to these questions will help a student for better realisation of science.

Class 9 science students study definitions of various topics, various physical laws, derivations, numericals, analytics etc… Syllabus mainly comprises of topics like states of matter, atoms and molecules, the fundamental units of life ,tissues and its types, Diversity in living organisms, motion, gravitation, laws of motion, etc…

Refer below table for detailed syllabus of class 9 Karnataka state board Science:

Chapter 1

Matter in our surroundings

  • Physical nature of matter
  • Characteristics of Particles of matter
  • States of matter
  • Change of states in matter
  • Evaporation

Chapter 2

Is matter around us pure?

  • Mixture
  • Solution
  • Separating the component
  • Physical and chemical changes
  • Types of pure substances

Chapter 3

Atoms and molecules.

  • Laws of chemical combinations
  • What is Atom?
  • What is a molecule?
  • Writing chemical formula
  • Molecular mass and mole concept

Chapter 4

Structure of the atom

  • Charged particle in a matter
  • The structure of an atom
  • Distribution of electron indifferent orbits
  • Valency
  • Atomic number and mass number
  • Isotopes

Chapter 5

Fundamental unit of life

  • What are living organisms are made up of
  • What is a cell made up of? What is the structural organisation of cell?

Chapter 6

Tissues

  • Comparison of plant and animal tissues
  • Plant tissues
  • Animal tissues

Chapter 7

Diversity in living Organisms

  • Basis of classification
  • Classification and evolution
  • The hierarchy of classification – groups
  • Plantae
  • Animalia
  • Nomenclature

Chapter 8

Motion

  • Describing motion
  • Measuring the rate of motion
  • Rate of change of velocity
  • Graphical representation of motion
  • Equation of motion – by graphical method
  • Uniform circular motion

Chapter 9

Force and laws of motion

  • Balanced and unbalanced forces
  • First law of motion
  • Inertia and mass
  • Second law of motion
  • Third law of motion
  • Conservation of momentum

Chapter 10

Gravitation

  • Introduction to gravitation
  • Free fall
  • Mass
  • Weight
  • Thrust and pressure
  • Archimedes principle
  • Relative density

Chapter 11

Work and energy

  • Work
  • Energy
  • Rate of doing work

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