1. Alternative academic Calendar By KVS RO Jabalpur
2. Alternative academic Calendar By KVS RO Jabalpur
Question Bank By KVS RO Jabalpur
Question Bank By KVS RO Jabalpur
Question Bank By KVS RO Jabalpur

Chapter-I: CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND EQUATIONS

1.Chemical equation

  1. Balanced chemical equation
  2. implications of a balanced chemical equation
    1. [Notes by S K Dod KV Panna]
  3. types of chemical reactions: combination, decomposition
    1. ,[Video 1 by Mrs. Sunita Gupta, TGT Science, KV 1 GCF]
    2. [Video 2 by Mrs. Sunita Gupta, TGT Science, KV 1 GCF]
  4. displacement, double displacement, precipitation, neutralization, oxidation and reduction.
    1. [video by Sunita Gupta, KV No. 1 GCF]

Chapter-2 ACIDS BASES AND SALTS

  1. Their definitions in terms of furnishing of H+ and OH– ions, 2. 2. General properties, examples and uses
    1. [Part-1 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal, KV Barkuhi]
    2. [Part-3 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal]
    3. [Part-7 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal]
    4. [Part-9 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal]
  2. concept of pH scale (Definition relating to logarithm not required)
  3. importance of pH in everyday life
  4. preparation and uses of Sodium Hydroxide, Bleaching powder, Baking soda, Washing soda and Plaster of Paris.

Chapter-3 METALS AND NONMETALS

  1. PropPerties of metals and non-metals
  2. Reactivity series
  3. Formation and properties of ionic compounds
  4. Basic metallurgical processes
  5. Corrosion and its prevention.

Chapter-4 CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS

  1. Covalent bonding in carbon compounds
  2. Versatile nature of carbon.
  3. Homologous series
  4. Nomenclature of carbon compounds containing functional groups (halogens, alcohol, ketones, aldehydes, alkanes and alkynes)
  5. difference between saturated hydro carbons and unsaturated hydrocarbons
  6. Chemical properties of carbon compounds (combustion, oxidation, addition and substitution reaction).
  7. Ethanol and Ethanoic acid (only properties and uses),
  8. Soaps and detergents.

Chapter – 5 PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS

  1. Need for classification
  2. early attempts at classification of elements (Dobereiner’s Triads, Newland’s Law of Octaves,Mendeleev’s Periodic Table),
  3. Modern periodic table
  4. gradation in properties,
  5. valency,
  6. atomic number
  7. metallic and non-metallic properties.

Chapter -6 LIFE PROCPROCESS

Concept of Living Being’

  1. Basic concept of life process
    1. [Part-2 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal, KV Barkuhi]
    2. [Part-3 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal, KV Barkuhi]
    3. [Part-6 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal, KV Barkuhi]
  2. Nutrition in amoeba
  3. nutrition,
  4. Photosynthesis
  5. Nutrition in humans
  6. Respiration,
  7. Transport
  8. Structure and functioning of heart
  9. excretion in plants and animals.
  10. Structure of urinary system and nephron

Chapter-7 CONTROL AND COORDINATION

  1. Tropic movements in plants;
  2. Introduction of plant hormones;
  3. Control and co-ordination in animals:
  4. Nervous system; Voluntary, involuntary
  5. reflex action;
  6. Chemical co-ordination:
  7. animal hormones.

Chapter -8 HOW DO ORGANISMS REPRODUCE

  1. Concept of reproduction
  2. Methods of reproduction-sexual and asexual
  3. Various types of asexual reproduction
  4. Reproduction in plants (asexual and sexual)
  5. Reproduction in humans
  6. Male reproduction system
  7. Female reproductive system
  8. Reproductive health
  9. Need and methods of family planning.
  10. HIV/AIDS.
  11. Child bearing and women’s health.

Chapter- 9 HEREDITY AND EVOLUTION

  1. Heredity
  2. Mendel’s contribution- Laws for inheritance of traits
  3. Sex determination: brief introduction
  4. Basic concepts of evolution.
  5. Acquired and inherited traits
  6. Darwin’s theory of evolution
  7. Evidences of evolution

Chapter-10 LIGHT REFLECTION AND REFRACTION

  1. Reflection of light by curved surfaces;
  2. Images formed by spherical mirrors,
  3. centre of curvature, principal axis, principal focus, focal length,
  4. mirror formula (Derivation not required),
  5. Refraction
  6. Laws of refraction,
  7. refractive index.
  8. Refraction of light by spherical lens;
  9. Image formed by spherical lenses;
  10. Lens formula (Derivation not required)
  11. Magnification
  12. Power of a lens.

Chapter -11 HUMAN EYE AND COLOURFUL WORLD

  1. Functioning of a lens in human eye,
  2. defects of vision and their corrections,
  3. applications of spherical mirrors and lenses.
  4. Refraction of light through a prism,
  5. dispersion of light,
  6. scattering of light,
  7. applications in daily life.

Chapter-12 ELECTRICITY [Video by SUJIT SAXENA PRINCIPAL, KV SINGRAULI[Video made by Mr. Manish Bansal KV Barkuhi]

  1. Electric current
    1. [Part-2 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal]
    2. [Part-6 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal]
    3. [Part-7 Video by Sh. Manish Bansal]
  2. potential difference and electric current.
  3. Ohm’s law
  4. Resistance
  5. Resistivity,
  6. Factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends.
  7. Series combination of resistors
  8. Parallel combination of resistors and its applications in daily life.
  9. Heating effect of electric
  10. Current and its applications in daily life.
  11. Electric power,
  12. Interrelation between P, V, I and R.

Chapter -13 MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT

  1. Magnetic field
  2. Magnetic field lines
  3. field due to a current carrying conductor
  4. field due to current carrying coil or solenoid
  5. Force on current carrying conductor,
  6. Fleming’s Left Hand Rule,
  7. Electric Motor,
  8. Electromagnetic induction.
  9. Induced potential difference,
  10. Induced current.
  11. Fleming’s Right Hand Rule,
  12. Electric Generator,
  13. Direct current.
  14. Alternating current
  15. frequency of AC.
  16. Advantage of AC over DC.
  17. Domestic electric circuits.

Chapter -14 SOURCES OF ENERGY

  1. Features of a good source of energy
  2. Different forms of energy
  3. Conventional and non-conventional sources of energy:
  4. Fossil fuels
  5. solar energy
  6. biogas;
  7. wind, water and tidal energy;
  8. Nuclear energy.
  9. Renewable versus non-renewable sources of Energy.

Chapter-15 OUR ENVIRONMENT

  1. Eco-system,
  2. Food chain and Food Web
  3. Environmental problems,
  4. Ozone depletion,
  5. waste production and their solutions.
  6. Biodegradable and non-biodegradable substances.

Chapter -16 MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

  1. Conservation and judicious use of natural resources.
  2. Forest and wild life
  3. Coal and Petroleum conservation
  4. Examples of people’s participation for conservation of natural resources.
  5. Big dams: advantages and limitations
  6. Alternatives, if any.
  7. Water harvesting
  8. Sustainability of natural resources