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# ICSE Class 7 Mathematics

Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. Math is all around us, in everything we do. It is the building block for everything in our daily lives, including mobile devices, architecture (ancient and modern), art, money, engineering, and even sports. Maths is a vital subject of our life. We cannot calculate anything without maths, and we cannot move even a single inch. These Selina ICSE solutions of Maths are explained in a proper step-by-step format in a simple language. Selina textbook solutions are accurately explained with well-illustrated graphs and solved examples making learning simple and easy. It develops a strong conceptual base in students which plays a major role in the later stages for successful competition of competitive exams.

## ICSE Class 7 Mathematics Syllabus

SR. No. Mathematics Syllabus
1 . Integers
1.1 Integers Part-I
1.2 Integers Part-II
2 . Rational Number
2.1 Rational Number Part-I
2.2 Rational Number Part-II
3 . Fractions
3.1 Fractions Part-I
3.2 Fractions Part-II
4 . Decimal Fractions
4.1 Decimal Fractions Part-I
4.2 Decimal Fractions Part-II
5 . Exponents
5.1 Exponents
6 . Ratio and Proportion
6.1 Ratio and Proportion
7 . Unitary Method
7.1 Unitary Method
8 . Percent and Percentage
8.1 Percent and Percentage
9 . Profit loss and Discount
9.1 Profit loss and Discount
10 . Simple Interest
10.1 Simple Interest
11 . Fundamental Concepts
11.1 Fundamental Concepts
12 . Simple Linear Equations
12.1 Simple Linear Equations
13 . Sets Concepts
13.1 Sets Concepts
14 . Lines and Angles
14.1 Lines and Angles
15 . Triangles
15.1 Triangles
16 . Pythagoras Theorem
16.1 Pythagoras Theorem
17 . Symmetry
17.1 Symmetry
18 . Recognition of Solids
18.1 Recognition of Solids
19 . Congruency : Congruent Triangles
19.1 Congruency : Congruent Triangles
20 . Mensuration
20.1 Mensuration
21 . Data Handling
21.1 Data Handling
22 . Probability
22.1 Probability

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# ICSE Class 7 English Grammar Syllabus

SR. No. English Grammar Syllabus
1 . Noun
1.1 Noun
3 . Articles
3.1 Articles
4 . Pronoun
4.1 Pronoun
5 . Verb
5.1 Verb
6 . The Sentence
6.1 The Sentence
8 . Preposition
8.1 Preposition
9 . Modal Auxiliaries
9.1 Modal Auxiliaries
10 . Determiners
10.1 Determiners
11 . Subject Verb Agreement
11.1 Subject Verb Agreement
12 . Conjunction
12.1 Conjunction
13 . Tense
13.1 Tense
14 . Active and Passive Voice
14.1 Active and Passive Voice
15 . Direct Indirect Speech
15.1 Direct Indirect Speech
16 . Clauses
16.1 Clauses
17 . Word Formation
17.1 Word Formation
18 . Idioms
18.1 Idioms
19 . Letter, Notice, Message
19.1 Letter
19.2 Notice
19.3 Message
20 . Diary Entry & Paragraph Writing
20.1 Diary Entry
20.2 Paragraph Writing
20.3 Story Writing
21 . Summary, Story and Essay
21.1 Summary
21.2 Essay

# ICSE Class 7 Computer Syllabus

SR. No. Computer Syllabus
1 . Introduction to Computer
1.1 Introduction to Computer
1.2 Hardware
1.3 Software
1.4 Relationship between Hardware
1.5 Data Hierarchy
1.6 Troubleshooting Tips
2 . More on MS Window 7
2.1 Introduction to Windows Explorer
2.2 Libraries in Windows 7
2.3 Organizing Files & Folders
2.4 Creating Shortcut on Desktop
2.5 Grouping Files Folders
2.6 On Screen Keyboard
2.7 CD Burning
3 . More on MS Excel 2007 : Formula and Functions
3.1 Introduction - More on MS Excel 2007
3.2 Types of Cell Referencing
3.3 Using Functions
3.4 Conditional Formatting
3.5 Sorting Data
3.6 Filtering Data
4 . Charts in MS Excel 2007
4.1 Introduction - Charts in MS Excel 2007
4.2 Components of a Chart
4.3 Creating Charts
4.4 Changing The Chart Type
4.5 Harms Caused by Computer Viruses
5 . Computer Virus
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Computer Virus
5.3 History of Computer Viruses
5.4 Type of Computer Viruses
5.6 Anti Virus
6 . Learn to Use Photoshop CS3
6.1 Introduction - Learn to Use Photoshop CS3
6.2 Starting Photoshop CS3
6.3 Tools Palette
6.4 Creating a New File
6.5 Saving a File
6.6 Opening an Existing File
6.7 Closing a File
6.8 Exiting from Photoshop
6.9 Using Photoshop Tools
6.10 Copying & Pasting Selection
6.11 Layers
6.12 Filters
7 . More on Internet
7.1 Introduction - More on Internet
7.2 Impact of Internet

Physics is the branch of science which deals with matter and its relation to energy. Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy", the "father of modern physics", the "father of science", and "the father of modern science". It involves the study of physical and natural phenomena around us. Physics as a subject is divided into six broad branches as Mechanics, Geometrical Optics, Electricity and magnetism, Thermodynamics, Atomic Physics and Waves. Physics is used to describe the physical universe around us, and to predict how it will behave. Physics is the science concerned with the discovery and characterization of the universal laws which govern matter, movement and forces, and space and time, and other features of the natural world.

# ICSE Class 7 Physics Syllabus

SR. No. Physics Syllabus
1 . Physical Quantities and Measurement
1.1 Physical Quantities and Measurement
2 . Motion
2.1 Motion
3 . Energy
3.1 Energy
4 . Light Energy
4.1 Light Energy
5 . Heat
5.1 Heat
6 . Sound
6.1 Sound Part-I
6.2 Sound Part-II
7 . Electricity and Magnetism
7.1 Electricity and Magnetism Part-I
7.2 Electricity and Magnetism Part-II
7.3 Electricity and Magnetism Part-III

The science of matter, or its properties when it reacts with other matters, is called Chemistry. Chemistry is a physical science, and it analyses the laws of nature. It is regarded as one of the most fundamental sciences as everything in the universe obeys these natural laws. Chemistry is that branch of science which deals with the composition and constitution of matters. It also describes the changes which occurs as a result of the alterations in the structure of their molecules, with or without a chemical reaction.

# ICSE Class 7 Chemistry Syllabus

SR. No. Chemistry Syllabus
1 . Matter and its Composition
1.1 Matter and its Composition
2 . Physical and Chemical Changes
2.1 Physical and Chemical Changes
3 . Elements Compounds and Mixtures
3.1 Elements Compounds and Mixtures Part-I
3.2 Elements Compounds and Mixtures Part-II
4 . Atoms, Molecules and Radicals
5 . Language of Chemistry
5.1 Language of Chemistry
6 . Metals and Non - Metals
6.1 Metals and Non - Metals Part-I
6.2 Metals and Non - Metals Part-II
7 . Air and Atmosphere
7.1 Air and Atmosphere Part-I
7.2 Air and Atmosphere Part-II

The word biology is derived from the Greek words /bios/ meaning /life/ and /logos/ meaning /study/ and is defined as the science of life and living organisms. An organism is a living entity consisting of one cell, e.g. bacteria, or several cells, e.g. animals, plants and fungi. Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms. Modern biology is a vast and eclectic field composed of many specialized disciplines that study the structure, function, growth, distribution, evolution, or other features of living organisms. The cell is the basic unit of life.

# ICSE Class 7 Biology Syllabus

SR. No. Biology Syllabus
1 . Plant and Animal Tissues
1.1 Plant and Animal Tissues
2 . Classification of Plants
2.1 Classification of Plants Part-I
2.2 Classification of Plants Part-II
3 . Classification of Animals
3.1 Classification of Animals
4 . Photosynthesis and Respiration
4.1 Photosynthesis and Respiration
5 . Excretion in Humans
5.1 Excretion in Humans
6 . Nervous System
6.1 Nervous System
7 . Allergy
7.1 Allergy

# ICSE Class 7 Geography Syllabus

SR. No. Geography Syllabus
1 . Representation of Graphical Features
1.1 Representation of Graphical Features
2 . Atmosphere
2.1 Atmosphere
3 . Weather and Climate
3.1 Weather and Climate
4 . Weathering and Soil formation
4.1 Weathering and Soil formation
5 . Industries
5.1 Industries
6 . Energy and Power Resources
6.1 Energy and Power Resources
7 . Europe
7.1 Europe
8 . Africa
8.1 Africa
9 . Australia
9.1 Australia
10 . Antarctica
10.1 Antarctica

# ICSE Class 7 History Syllabus

SR. No. History Syllabus
1 . The Birth of Christianity
1.1 The Birth of Christianity
2 . Islam and Its Impact on the Middle East
2.1 Islam and Its Impact on the Middle East
3 . The Turkish Invasions
3.1 The Turkish Invasions
4 . The Mamluk Dynasty
4.1 The Mamluk Dynasty
5 . The Khalji Dynasty
5.1 The Khalji Dynasty
6 . The Tughlaq Dynasty
6.1 The Tughlaq Dynasty
7 . Life Under the Delhi Sultanate
7.1 Life Under the Delhi Sultanate
8 . Vijaynagar and Bahmani Kingdoms
8.1 Vijaynagar and Bahmani Kingdoms
9 . The Early Mughals
9.1 The Early Mughals
10 . Sher shah suri
10.1 Sher shah suri
11 . Akbar the Great
11.1 Akbar the Great
12 . Jahangir and Shah Jahan
12.1 Jahangir and Shah Jahan
13 . Aurangzeb and The Regional Kingdoms
13.1 Aurangzeb and The Regional Kingdoms
14 . Religious Developments
14.1 Religious Developments

# ICSE Class 7 Civics Syllabus

SR. No. Civics Syllabus
1 . The Making of Our Constitution
1.1 The Making of Our Constitution
2 . Directive Principles of State Policy
2.1 Directive Principles of State Policy