EVS Syllabus A Level

EVS or Environmental Studies is a subject usually taught in primary school. It teaches children about the natural world and how we depend on it. The intention is to start young and get them interested in the environment and how we can preserve it for future generations. Generally, environmental studies focuses on three main areas: Interactions, Community and Systems.

1. Interactions: This area focuses on understanding how different living things interact with each other and their environment.

2. Community: This area focuses on understanding the importance of communities in caring for natural resources, such as water, forest, birds, etc.

3. Systems: This area focuses on understanding the complex interactions between land, water, atmosphere and energy systems that make up our earth’s natural systems. These interactions affect the environment, society and the economy.

A Level EVS Syllabus

EVS A Level Syllabus consists of the following chapters:

Sl. No.

Lesson

Time (Hours)

Marks

1

The Concept of Family & Kinship Relations

7

8

2

Our Social Environment

7

8

3

Our Festivals & Celebrations

6

8

4

The Concept of Environment

6

8

5

Conservation of Environment

6

8

6

The Sun, Moon, Stars, Night-Day & Seasons

10

8

7

Our Basic Necessities

6

8

8

Food

8

10

9

Health & Hygiene of External Organs

10

8

10

Transportation & Communication

10

8

11

National Symbols

12

8

12

Our Social-Economic Environment

12

10

Total

100

100

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