CBSE syllabus for all subjects of class 9 has been reduced for the academic session 2020-2021. Check here the deleted portion of the syllabus of all major subjects of class 9. This deleted portion will not be included in the internal assessments and the year-end exams to be conducted in the current academic session.
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29 August, 2020, 4:48 pm
Our foundation courses are meticulously designed for the students of class 9th that prepare them by laying a strong foundation for medical, engineering, and other competitive exams including Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY), Olympiad, and National Standard Examinations (NSEP/ NSEC/ NSEB/ NSEA).
|1. Arithmetic Progression||Click Here|
|2. Introduction of Euclid's Geometry||Click Here|
|3. Linear Equations of Two Variables||Click Here|
|4. Lines and Angles||Click Here|
|5. Number System||Click Here|
|6. Polynomials||Click Here|
|1. Force and Laws of Motion||Click Here|
|2. Gravitation||Click Here|
|3. Motion||Click Here|
|4. Sound||Click Here|
|5. Work, Power and Energy||Click Here|
|1. Atoms and Molecules||Click Here|
|2. Is Matter Around Us Pure||Click Here|
|3. Matter In Our Surrounding||Click Here|
|4. Structure of Atom||Click Here|
|1. Diversity In Living Organism||Click Here|
|2. Food Resources||Click Here|
|3. Fundamental Unit of Life||Click Here|
|4. Immunity and Human Diseases||Click Here|
|5. Natural Resources||Click Here|
|6. Reproduction||Click Here|
|7. Tissues||Click Here|
5. Mental Ability
|1. Analogy||Click Here|
|2. Classification||Click Here|
|3. Cubes and Dice||Click Here|
|4. Letter Series||Click Here|
|5. Magic Circles and Squares||Click Here|
|6. Number Series||Click Here|
6. Social Science
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|2. Democracy in the Contemporary World||Click Here|
|3. India size and Location||Click Here|
|4. People as Resources||Click Here|
|5. Socialism in Europe and The Russian Revolution||Click Here|
|6. The French Revolution||Click Here|
|7. The Story of Village Palampur||Click Here|
21 August, 2020, 10:39 am
Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE has finally released the revised syllabus for classes 9 to 12 for the academic year 2020-21.
Download the revised syllabus for Class 9th the links provided here.
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|CBSE Science Revise Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|CBSE Social Science Revise Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|CBSE English - Language and Literature Revise Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|CBSE Hindi-A Revise Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|CBSE Hindi-B Revise Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
8 July, 2020, 4:15 pm
CBSE has issued a notice to affiliated schools to provide students who have failed in class 9 and 11 an opportunity to appear for exams again.
CBSE has issued a notice to affiliated schools to provide students who have failed in class 9 and 11 an opportunity to appear for exams again. As per the Board's notice on May 13, the opportunity is to be extended to all the students even if they were given this opportunity earlier.
The board says that it was brought to its notice that some schools are not complying with CBSE's decision and not allowing another opportunity to pass exam to failed students of class 9 and 11.
"It has come to the notice of the Board that schools are being misled stating that till the time LPA No. 154 of 2020, Rukmini Devi Public School vs. CBSE filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Delhi is not disposed of, there is no need of complying the Notification dated 13.05.2020 by the schools. It has also come to the notice that schools are therefore not extending the opportunity to the failed students of Class 9th and 11th," says CBSE notice.
CBSE reminds that during the hearings, Delhi High Court has not quashed its May 13 notification and has asked schools to abide by its direction without being misled.
The board says that schools can conduct online/offline/innovative tests and can decide to promote students on the basis of the test conducted.
CBSE, on May 13, had released a notice and said that all failed students of 9th and 11th will be provided an opportunity to appear in a school-based test again. The board also asked schools to provide students sufficient time to prepare the exam. The decision was taken as a one-time measure.
1 July, 2020, 11:17 am
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|5. Relations||Click Here|
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|7. Quadrilaterals||Click Here|
|8. Permutations and Combinations||Click Here|
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10 June, 2020, 4:17 pm
All students who failed Class 9 and 11 exams will be given an opportunity for re-test keeping in mind COVID-19 related stress, according to a statement released by the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE.
CBSE result 2020: All students who failed Class 9 and 11 exams will be given an opportunity to reappear for failed papers keeping in mind COVID-19 related stress, according to a statement released by the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE. The Board has also said that the schools providing this opportunity to students can conduct the examination online or offline or innovative tests, and may decide promotion on the basis of this test.
"CBSE, in view of the requests of the parents and student, as a one time measure in extraordinary situation, has decided that all the failed students of 9th and 11th will be provided an opportunity to appear in a school based test again," the statement said.
"Opportunity will be extended to students irrespective of whether their examinations have been completed and the exam results have been released or their exams have not been completed. This facility is to be extended irrespective of number of subjects and attempts," it added.
This test, according the statement, can be taken in all subjects in which students have failed.
"Before holding the test, the schools will give sufficient time to the students to prepare. Therefore all schools affiliated to CBSE will provide an opportunity to all the failed students of classes 9 and 11 for all subjects where students have failed," it said while reiterating that this opportunity is a one-time measure in view of the unprecedented conditions prevailing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier, CBSE had decided to promote Class 9 and 11 students on the basis of internal assessments of schools including projects, periodic tests, term exams, etc. conducted so far.
"It has come to our notice that though several schools affiliated to CBSE have completed their examination, evaluation and promotion process for students who were studying in grades 9 and 11 in the 2019-20 academic session, there are several schools that have not been able to do so," CBSE said in a statement on April 1.
This includes among others, Kendriaya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas, State/UT government schools, private schools, schools located in India and abroad, etc.
Meanwhile, during his address to teachers through a webinar today, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' said that evaluation for CBSE answer sheets of Class 10 and Class 12 students will be completed in 50 days.
Recently, the Board has said that it will conduct the exam dates for remaining Class 10 and Class 12 papers which were rescheduled due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country from July 1 and conclude on July 15.
15 May, 2020, 9:23 am