Every student dreams of standing top in examinations. The one who works very hard will only actually top the examination. Excelling in Rajasthan Board Class 9 exam is all about how well you build an understanding of the subjects and how structured your study plans are. Structured study plan necessitates syllabus in the course calendar. The Rajasthan Board Class 9 Science Syllabus guides students to properly distribute time on different topics.
Class 9 Science Syllabus under Rajasthan state board is prescribed by the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan in short BSER. This state agency works for the betterment of secondary education in the state of Rajasthan. The board members form a committee to design syllabus. In order to keep students updated with the latest technology, the committee of subject experts revises the RBSE Class 9 Science Syllabus from time to time.
Rajasthan Board Class 9 Science Syllabus
As shown above, the Class 9 Science syllabus is divided into five units. Each unit encompasses different chapters. The major topics that students study in science are about motion, work, force, environment, Organisation in the living world, food, Nature and behaviour etc. Refer below table for detailed syllabus of class 9 Science Rajasthan Board. Moreover, students can download the RBSE 9th Science Syllabus PDF for future reference by clicking on the link below.
|(Unit No. and name)||(Chapter no. & Name)||(Title and subject content)||Marks|
|2. (the matter in nature and behaviour)||2. (Is matter around us pure?)||2-1 (What is mixture?)
2-2 (What is Solution?)
2-3 (Separating the components of a
2-4 (Physical and chemical changes)
2-5 (What are the type of pure substones?)
|2. (the matter in nature and behaviour)||3. (Atoms and Molecules)||3-1 (Laws of chemical combination)
3-2 (What is atoms) 3-3 (What is molecule)
3-4 (Writing Chemical Formula)
3-5 (Molecular mass and mole concept)
|2. (the matter in nature and behaviour)||Atomic structure||4-1 (Charged Particle in matter)
4-2 (Structure of an atoms)
4-3 (How are Electron distibuted in different
4-4 (Atomic number and Mass number)
|3. (Organisattion in living work)||5. (The fundamental unit of life)||5-1 (What
are living organisms made up of?
5-2 (What a cell made up of?
What is the structural organisation of a
|4. (Motions, Force and work)||8. (Motions)||8-1 (Desribing motion)
8-2 (Measuring the rate of motion)
8-1 (Rate of change of Velocity)
|4. (Motions, Force and work)||10. (Gravitation)||10-1 (Gravitation)
10-2 (Free Fall)
|4. (Motions, Force and work)||11. (Work and Energy)||11-1(Work)
|13. (What do we fall ill).||13. (What do we fall ill).||13-1 (Health and its Failure)
13-2 (Disease and its Causes)
13-3 (Infectious diseases)
|5. (Our Environment)||14.1 (Natural Resources).||14-1 (The breath of life: Air:)
14-2 (Water: A wonder liquid)
14-3 (Mineral riches in soil)
14-4 (Biogeochemical Cycles)
14-5 (Ozone Layer)
|01. (Food)||15. (Improvement in Food Resources).||15-1 (Improvements in Crop Yields)
15-2 (Animal Husbandry)
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