Punjab Board Class 7 Science Textbooks

Do you want to know “why our body cannot make food from carbon dioxide, water and minerals like plants do?” Or would you rather read about “Why the level of mercury should change at all when the bulb of the thermometer is brought in contact with other objects?”. Answer to all these questions and more lies in the Punjab Board Class 7 Science Textbooks, which have been designed based on the Punjab Board Class 7 Syllabus.

The textbook covers all the important concepts of science and explains them in an easy to understand manner. Some of the major topics that it consists includes, Nutrition in plants, heat, Soil, Electric current and its 14 effects, Light and so on.

Download PSEB Class 7 Science Textbooks

You can find the PDF links for the PSEB Textbooks for Class 7 Science in English, Hindi and Punjabi from the table below:

Punjab Board Class 7 Science Textbook Chapter Names in English

You can find the chapter names of PSEB Class 7 textbook in English from the table below:


Chapter 1 – Nutrition in Plants
Chapter 2 – Nutrition in Animals
Chapter 3 – Fibre to Fabric
Chapter 4 – Heat
Chapter 5 – Acids, Bases and Salts
Chapter 6 – Physical and Chemical Changes
Chapter 7 – Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate
Chapter 8 – Winds, Storms and Cyclones
Chapter 9 – Soil
Chapter 10 – Respiration in Organisms
Chapter 11 – Transportation in Animals and Plants
Chapter 12 – Reproduction in Plants
Chapter 13 – Motion and Time
Chapter 14 – Electric Current and its 14 Effects
Chapter 15 – Light
Chapter 16 – Water: A Precious Resource
Chapter 17 – Forests: Our Lifeline
Chapter 18 – Wastewater Story

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Practise This Question

Suppose you are a very competent surgeon in a super-famous hospital, which is located in Chennai. The year is 2004, 16 years after you joined as the chief of Surgery. The whole city is struck by a major tsunami and the non-stop rains have flooded your hospital. There is no electricity and you are in surgery with only 30 minutes of power backup, barely enough to sustain vital medical equipment and the lights. Your knowledge and experience suggest that you will be able to finish the surgery in not more than 18 minutes but the blood plasma has just precipitated. You cannot connect any more equipment but you will need to convert the precipitated blood into a colloid again or else the patient is no more. What do you do?

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