NCERT Class 10 Science Syllabus is the stepping stone to exam preparation. It provides a brief introduction of the units, chapters covered and time allocated for each unit. Science being a vast subject requires a proper strategic plan for study. So, it is crucial that as the session begins students must go through the syllabus. Here we have provided the latest NCERT Class 10 Science Syllabus for 2020-21 academic year.
Most of the questions in the Class 10 Science exam are asked from the syllabus itself. So, while studying students must stick to the syllabus and refer to it every time. The NCERT Class 10 Science Book is designed in accordance with the syllabus and is recommended to CBSE students. We have provided the NCERT Class 10 Science Syllabus in PDF for free downloading. Student can click on the link below to get the syllabus PDF.
Students can have a look at the units of NCERT Class 10 Science Syllabus below:
|1||Unit 1: Food|
|2||Unit 2: Materials|
|3||Unit 3: The World of the Living|
|4||Unit 4: Moving Things, People and Ideas|
|5||Unit 5: How things work|
|6||Unit 6: Natural Phenomena|
|7||Unit 7: Natural Resources|
Benefits of Knowing the NCERT Class 10 Science Syllabus
- Students get an overview of the topics that they will study during the entire year in Class 10 Science subject.
- Student can map out a study plan based on the syllabus.
- They can estimate the time by when the entire syllabus will get completed so that they can practise question paper and sample papers before the board exam.
- Students can keep a record of topics that they have completed and the needs to be studied.
The exercise questions in the NCERT book are not of the same level. Some of them are easy, while some are difficult. So, in case students get stuck somewhere, they can refer to the NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science. The answers are provided in simple steps with the explanation so that students can easily understand it.
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