Telangana Intermediate I Year Chemistry Syllabus contains an overview of the topics and concepts ranging from atomic structure, classification of elements and chemical equilibrium to chemical bonding or states of matter. It helps Intermediate I Year students to know more about the chemistry as a subject.
Telangana Intermediate I Year Chemistry Syllabus 2021-22
Find here details of the Telangana Intermediate I Year Chemistry Syllabus 2021-22 in Telugu from this screenshot below:
Find details of the units of the Chemistry Syllabus 2021-22 in English as well, in this list mentioned below:
Unit 1 Atomic Structure
Unit 2 Classification of elements and Periodicity in Properties
Unit 3 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Unit 4 States of Matter
Unit 5 Stoichiometry
Unit 6 Thermo Dynamics
Unit 7 Chemical Equilibrium and Acids – Bases
Unit 8 Hydrogen and its Compounds
Unit 9 s-Block Elements
Unit 10 p-Block Elements – Group 13
Unit 11 p-Block Elements – Group 14
Unit 12 _ _ _ _
Unit 13 Organic Chemistry – Hydrocarbon and Aromatic Hydrocarbon
The TS Intermediate syllabus, meanwhile, was reduced by 30% for this academic year 2020-21. The details of the deleted portion from last year is given here.
The students are graded on their knowledge, by the teachers on a subject, for the exam, where teachers prepare the question papers based on the topics that are covered as per the Class 11 syllabus. TSBIE Chemistry syllabus is prepared mainly with the idea to give students detailed information as to what is expected of them during the class and entire academic year. Some syllabus also provide information such as the projects or practicals they are supposed to complete for the particular session of chemistry class or so.
Telangana Intermediate I Year Syllabus for Chemistry
After, assessing the syllabus, the students can decide if they would need more time than allotted for the concept according to the Telangana Intermediate I Year Syllabus for Chemistry. Based on that they can manage the time better while preparing for a class. Some even prefer to read up and be prepared ahead for class.