The Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE is a national level board in India. It is responsible for secondary and higher secondary education in the country. Every year it conducts the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams for all schools affiliated to the board. It also monitors and maintains the quality of education from Class 1 to Class 12 in CBSE affiliated schools. The exams for Class 1 to Class 9 and Class 11 are, however, conducted by the respective schools. The guidelines of the exams, like the syllabus and marking scheme, are set up by CBSE.
Students of Class 8 in CBSE affiliated schools follow the NCERT curriculum as per the recommendations of the board. Students must know the CBSE syllabus for Class 8 in order to prepare for their exams. In this article, we will provide you with the detailed CBSE Syllabus for Class 8, for all subjects.
|CBSE Maths Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
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27 August, 2020, 11:55 am
Our foundation courses are meticulously designed for the students of class 8th 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. Algebraic expressions and Factorization||Click Here|
|2. Average||Click Here|
|3. Linear Equation with One Variable||Click Here|
|4. Logarithms||Click Here|
|5. Mensuration||Click Here|
|6. Probability||Click Here|
|7. Ratio and Proportion||Click Here|
|8. Square Root and Cube Root||Click Here|
|9. Statistics||Click Here|
|1. Chemical Effects of Current||Click Here|
|2. Electricity||Click Here|
|3. Force||Click Here|
|4. Friction||Click Here|
|5. Motion||Click Here|
|6. Pressure and Buoyancy||Click Here|
|7. Refraction of Light||Click Here|
|8. Sound||Click Here|
|1. Cell and Tissue||Click Here|
|2. Conservation of Plants and Animals (Biodiversity)||Click Here|
|3. Crop Production||Click Here|
|4. Health and Disease||Click Here|
|5. Microoganisms in food||Click Here|
|6. Reproduction in Animals||Click Here|
|1. Coal and Petroleum||Click Here|
|2. Combustion and Flame||Click Here|
|3. Materials||Click Here|
|4. Metals and Nonmetals||Click Here|
|5. Pollution||Click Here|
5. Mental Ability
|1. Alphabet Test||Click Here|
|2. Analogy||Click Here|
|3. Classification||Click Here|
|4. Coding-Decoding||Click Here|
|5. Cubes and Dice||Click Here|
|6. Direction Sense||Click Here|
|7. Letter Series||Click Here|
|8. Logical Diagrams||Click Here|
|9. Magic Circles and Squares||Click Here|
|10. Number Series||Click Here|
20 August, 2020, 4:27 pm
With its simple yet illustrative presentation, it imparts long-lasting understanding of concepts to lay a strong foundation for exams, like JEE, Boards, Olympiads, NTSE, JEE, etc. Concepts are explained in well-structured and lucid manner, in the form of comprehensive theory followed by illustrations, NCERT activities and solved examples, concept maps which will help students to develop the necessary application and problem-solving skills.
|1. Numbers||Click Here|
|2. Fractions and Decimals||Click Here|
|3. HCF and LCM||Click Here|
|4. Square Roots and Cube Roots||Click Here|
|5. Exponents||Click Here|
|6. Surds||Click Here|
|7. Algebraic Expressions and Identities||Click Here|
|8. Factorization of Algebraic Expressions||Click Here|
|9. HCF and LCM of Polynomials and Rational Expressions||Click Here|
|10. Linear Equations in One Variable (Revision)||Click Here|
|11. Simultaneous Linear Equations||Click Here|
|12. Quadratic Equations||Click Here|
|13. Linear Inequalities||Click Here|
|14. Matrices||Click Here|
|15. Ratio and Proportion||Click Here|
|16. Percentage and Its Applications||Click Here|
|17. Average||Click Here|
|18. Simple Interest||Click Here|
|19. Compound Interest||Click Here|
|20. Time and Work||Click Here|
|21. Distance, Time and Speed||Click Here|
|22. Triangles||Click Here|
|23. Polygons and Quadrilaterals||Click Here|
|24. Circles||Click Here|
|25. Area and Perimeter of Rectangle, Square, Parallelograms,Triangles and Circles||Click Here|
|26. Area and Perimeter of Rhombus, Trapezium and Polygons||Click Here|
|27. Volume and Surface Area||Click Here|
|28. Data Handling||Click Here|
|29. Probability||Click Here|
|30. Sets||Click Here|
|31. Co-ordinate Geometry||Click Here|
|32. Trigonometrical Ratios||Click Here|
|33. Trigonometrical Ratios of Standard Angles||Click Here|
|34. Some Applications of Trigonometry||Click Here|
11 June, 2020, 5:04 pm
The Alternative Academic Calendar has been released by NCERT keeping in mind the current times of school closures and online learning due to on-going national lockdown.
The calendar provides a weekly schedule of topics to be studied in 4 weeks along with links to important resources.
The calendars detail the chapters, the resources available online, learning objectives, etc. for the respective classes.
It also prescribes various activities those teachers and academics can use to engage students of classes 1 to 8 during their stay at home.
Students and Parents can have a detailed look at the alternative academic calendar to understand the various aspects related to it.
|Alternative Calendar for Class 1 to 5 Students - English||Click Here|
|Alternative Calendar for Class 1 to 5 Students - Hindi||Click Here|
|Alternative Calendar for Class 6 to 8 Students - English||Click Here|
|Alternative Calendar for Class 6 to 8 Students - Hindi||Click Here|
25 April, 2020, 12:25 pm
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|1. Crop Production And Management||Click Here|
|2. Microorganisms Friend And Foe||Click Here|
|3. Synthetic Fibres And Plastics||Click Here|
|4. Materials Metal And Non-metals||Click Here|
|5. Coal And Petroleum||Click Here|
|6. Combustion And Flame||Click Here|
|7. Conservation Of Plants And Animals||Click Here|
|9. Reproduction in Animals||Click Here|
|10. Reaching the Age Of Adolescence||Click Here|
|11. Force And Pressure||Click Here|
|12. Friction||Click Here|
|13. Sound||Click Here|
|14. Chemical Effects Of Electric Current||Click Here|
|15. Some Natural Phenomena||Click Here|
|16. Light||Click Here|
|17. Stars And The Solar System||Click Here|
|18. Pollution of Air And Water||Click Here|
6 July, 2019, 2:21 pm
The classes on Physical Education for one to eight will start from the academic session April 2019
The students of class 1 to 8 in all CBSE affiliated schools will now have a period on Health and Physical Education on a daily basis from this academic session. The same was made compulsory for classes 9 to 12 in all the schools under CBSE last year. The classes on Physical Education will start from the academic session in April 2019.
“The board has decided to implement Health and Physical Education (HPE) programme for Classes one to eight w.e.f. session 2019-20 onwards, with the aim of holistic development of the child, leading to a well-balanced in all walks of life,” read the official notification.
“The revised and updated transactional strategies, detailed guidelines and methodology for administering HPE (Health and Physical Education) to students will be available on CBSE website shortly,” the circular reads.
Check Official Notification :- Click Here
The courses will carry 100 marks and the board will conduct practical exams to assess students.
18 March, 2019, 12:56 pm