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# ICSE Class 10 Mathematics

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## ICSE Class 10 Mathematics Syllabus

SR. No. Mathematics Syllabus
1 . GST (Good and Services Tax)
1.1 GST Part-I
1.2 GST Part-II
2 . Banking (Recurring Deposit Accounts)
2.1 Banking
3 . Shares and Dividends
3.1 Shares and Dividends Part-I
3.2 Shares and Dividends Part-II
4 . Linear Inequations
4.1 Linear Inequations Part-II
4.2 Linear Inequations Part-I
6 . Solving Problems
6.1 Solving Problems
7 . Ratio and Proportion
7.1 Ratio and Proportion Part-I
7.2 Ratio and Proportion Part-II
8 . Remainder and Factor Theorems
8.1 Remainder and Factor Theorems
9 . Matrices
9.1 Matrices Part-I
9.2 Matrices Part-II
10 . Arithmetic Progression
10.1 Arithmetic Progression Part-I
10.2 Arithmetic Progression Part-II
11 . Geometric Progression
11.1 Geometric Progression Part-I
11.2 Geometric Progression Part-II
12 . Reflection
12.1 Reflection Part-I
12.2 Reflection Part-II
13 . Section and Mid-Point Formula
13.1 Section and Mid-Point Formula
14 . Equation of a Line
14.1 Equation of a Line Part-I
14.2 Equation of a Line Part-II
15 . Similarity (With Application to Maps and Models)
15.1 Similarity Part-I
15.2 Similarity Part-II
16 . Loci (Locus and Its Constructions)
16.1 Loci (Locus and Its Constructions)
17 . Circles
17.1 Circles
18 . Tangents and Intersecting Chords
18.1 Tangents and Intersecting Chords
19 . Constructions
19.1 Constructions
20 . Cylinder Cone and Sphere
20.1 Cylinder Cone and Sphere part-I
20.2 Cylinder Cone and Sphere part-II
21 . Trigonometrical Identites
21.1 Trigonometrical Identites Part-I
21.2 Trigonometrical Identites Part-II
22 . Heights and Distances
22.1 Heights and Distances
23 . Graphical Representation (Histograms and Ogives)
23.1 Graphical Representation
24 . Measure of Central Tendency
24.1 Measure of Central Tendency Part-I
24.2 Measure of Central Tendency Part-II
25 . Probability
25.1 Probability Part-I
25.2 Probability Part-II

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Physics is a fundamental division of Science and exciting subject to understand the Universe. Physics is one of the broader subjects that fall under the category of Science. Physics is concerned with every aspect of the Universe. It is a scientific study that governs the physical world and the natural phenomenon around us. It deals with matter and its relation to energy. Physics was known as natural philosophy until the late 18th century.

# ICSE Class 10 Physics Syllabus

SR. No. Physics Syllabus
1 . Force
1.1 Force Part-I
1.2 Force Part-II
2 . Work
2.1 Work Part-I
2.2 Work Part-II
3 . Machines
3.1 Machines Part-I
3.2 Machines Part-II
4 . Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces
4.1 Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces Part-I
4.2 Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces Part-II
4.3 Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces Part-III
5 . Refraction Through a Lens
5.1 Refraction Through a Lens Part-I
5.2 Refraction Through a Lens Part-II
5.3 Refraction Through a Lens Part-III
6 . Spectrum
6.1 Spectrum Part-I
6.2 Spectrum Part-II
7 . Sound
7.1 Sound Part-I
7.2 Sound Part-II
8 . Current Electricity
8.1 Current Electricity Part-I
8.2 Current Electricity Part-II
8.3 Current Electricity Part-III
8.4 Current Electricity Part-IV
9 . Household Circuits
9.1 Household Circuits Part-I
9.2 Household Circuits Part-II
10 . Electro-Magnetism
10.1 Electro-Magnetism Part-I
10.2 Electro-Magnetism Part-II
10.3 Electro-Magnetism Part-III
10.4 Electro-Magnetism Part-IV
11 . Calorimetry
11.1 Calorimetry Part-I
11.2 Calorimetry Part-II
11.3 Calorimetry Part-III

Science is the systematic effort by human being to study, understand and utilise nature for meaningful purposes. This understanding is slowly developed by careful observations and experiments. Chemistry is the branch of science which involves elements and compounds composed of atoms, molecules and ions. The branch of science that deals with the study of the composition, physical and chemical properties of various forms of matter is called chemistry. Without chemistry our life would have been dull, it has helped us in every field of life. The production of better and faster crops to meet the needs of such a huge population is possible only because of chemicals produced by chemistry, i.e. Pesticides, fungicides, insecticides preservatives help us to preserve food in a better state and of good taste for a long time. Paints, drugs, fibres, soap, toothpaste, dyes plastics even fuels, atomic energy, petrol, diesel, kerosene, wax, paraffin rubber, acids, alkalis metals alloys are the gift of chemistry.

# ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Syllabus

SR. No. Chemistry Syllabus
1 . Periodic Table, Periodic Properties and Variations of Properties
1.1 Periodic Table, Properties and Variations of Properties Part-I
1.2 Periodic Table, Properties and Variations of Properties Part-II
1.3 Periodic Table, Properties and Variations of Properties Part-III
2 . Chemical Bonding
2.1 Chemical Bonding Part-I
2.2 Chemical Bonding Part-II
2.3 Chemical Bonding Part-III
3 . Acids,Bases and Salts
3.1 Acids,Bases and Salts Part-I
3.2 Acids,Bases and Salts Part-II
3.3 Acids,Bases and Salts Part-III
4 . Analytical Chemistry
4.1 Analytical Chemistry
5 . Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
5.1 Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
6 . Electrolysis
6.1 Electrolysis Part-I
6.2 Electrolysis Part-II
6.3 Electrolysis Part-II
7 . Metallurgy
7.1 Metallurgy Part-I
7.2 Metallurgy Part-II
7.3 Metallurgy Part-III
8 . Study of Compounds a Hydrogen Chloride
8.1 Study of Compounds a Hydrogen Chloride
9 . Study of Compounds Ammonia
9.1 Ammonia
10 . Study of Compounds Nitric Acid
10.1 Nitric Acid
11 . Study of Compounds Sulphuric Acid
11.1 Sulphuric Acid
12 . Organic Chemistry
12.1 Organic Chemistry Part-I
12.2 Organic Chemistry Part-II

Biology has facilitated the evolution of humanity and contributed to improving the quality of human life. From having a better understanding of biological life forms, by studying the foundations of biology extensively, one can understand the inner workings of nature and cellular structures. A career in pharmaceuticals or biosciences is lucrative and fulfilling for many. Students set up the entry point to those careers by creating a good foundation of knowledge on the subject from school level.

# ICSE Class 10 Biology Syllabus

SR. No. Biology Syllabus
1 . Cell-The Structural and Functional Unit of Life
1.1 Cell-The Structural and Functional Unit of Life
2 . Structure of Chromosomes, Cell Cycle and Cell
2.1 Structure of Chromosomes, Cell Cycle and Cell
3 . Genetics–Some Basic Fundamentals
3.1 Genetics–Some Basic Fundamentals
4 . Absorption by Roots
4.1 Absorption by Roots
5 . Plant Physiology-Transpiration
5.1 Plant Physiology Part-I
5.2 Plant Physiology Part-II
6 . Photosynthesis
6.1 Photosynthesis Part-I
6.2 Photosynthesis Part-II
7 . Chemical Coordination in Plants
7.1 Chemical Coordination in Plants
8 . The Circulatory System
8.1 The Circulatory System Part-I
8.2 The Circulatory System Part-II
9 . The Excretory System
9.1 The Excretory System Part-I
9.2 The Excretory System Part-II
10 . The Nervous System
10.1 The Nervous System Part-I
10.2 The Nervous System Part-II
11 . Human Anatomy and Physiology
11.1 Human Anatomy and Physiology
12 . The Endocrine System
12.1 The Endocrine System
13 . The Reproductive System
13.1 The Reproductive System Part-I
13.2 The Reproductive System Part-II
14 . Human Evolution
14.1 Human Evolution
15 . Population–The Increasing Numbers and Rising Problems
15.1 Population Part-I
15.2 Population Part-II
16 . Pollution–A Rising Environmental Problem
16.1 Pollution Part-I
16.2 Pollution Part-II

# ICSE Class 10 Geography Syllabus

SR. No. Geography Syllabus
1 . Map Study Interpretation of Topographical Maps
1.1 Map Study Interpretation of Topographical Maps Part-I
1.2 Map Study Interpretation of Topographical Maps Part-II
1.3 Map Study Interpretation of Topographical Maps Part-III
2 . Maps of India
2.1 Maps of India Part-I
3 . Location, Extent and Physical Features
3.1 Location, Extent and Physical Features Part-I
3.2 Location, Extent and Physical Features Part-II
4 . Climate of India
4.1 Climate of India Part-I
4.2 Climate of India Part-II
5 . Soil in India
5.1 Soil in India Part-I
6 . Natural Vegetation of India
6.1 Natural Vegetation of India Part-I
6.2 Natural Vegetation of India Part-II
7 . Lifelines of National Economy
7.1 Introduction to Lifelines of National Economy
8 . Minerals in India
8.1 Minerals in India Part-I
8.2 Minerals in India Part-II
9 . Agriculture in India
9.1 Agriculture in India
9.2 Agriculture: Major Food Crops of India
9.3 Agriculture: Commercial Crops of India
10 . Industries In India: Agro Based Industries
10.1 Industries In India: Agro Based Industries Part-I
10.2 Industries In India: Agro Based Industries Part-II
11 . Mineral-Based Industries
11.1 Mineral-Based Industries Part-I
11.2 Mineral-Based Industries Part-II
12 . Transport in India
12.1 Transport in India
13 . Waste Management
13.1 Waste Management Part-I
13.2 Waste Management Part-II

# ICSE Class 10 History Syllabus

SR. No. History Syllabus
1 . The First War of Independence,1857
1.1 The First War of Independence,1857 Part-I
1.2 The First War of Independence,1857 Part-II
2 . Rise of Nationalism and Establishment of the Indian National Congress
2.1 Rise of Nationalism and Establishment of the Indian National Congress
3 . First Phase of Indian National Movement
3.1 First Phase of Indian National Movement Part-I
4 . The Partition of Bengal
4.1 The Partition of Bengal Part-I
4.2 The Partition of Bengal Part-II
5 . Formation and Objectives of the Muslim League
5.1 Formation and Objectives of the Muslim League Part-I
5.2 Formation and Objectives of the Muslim League Part-II
6 . Mahatma Gandhi and Popular National Movements
6.1 Mahatma Gandhi and Popular National Movements Part-I
6.2 Mahatma Gandhi and Popular National Movements Part-II
7 . The Quit India Movement
7.1 The Quit India Movement Part-I
7.2 The Quit India Movement Part-II
8 . Subhash Chandra Bose and The Indian National Army (INA)
8.1 Subhash Chandra Bose and The Indian National Army
9 . Towards independence and Partition(1942-1947)
9.1 Towards independence and Partition(1942-1947)
10 . The First World War(1914-1918)
10.1 The First World War(1914-1918) Part-I
10.2 The First World War(1914-1918) Part-II
11 . Rise of Fascism and Nazism
11.1 Rise of Fascism and Nazism
12 . The Second World War(1938-1945)
12.1 The Second World War(1938-1945)
13 . The United Nation
13.1 The United Nation
14 . Major Agencies of the United Nations
14.1 Major Agencies of the United Nations
15 . The Non-Aligned Movement
15.1 The Non-Aligned Movement Part-I
15.2 The Non-Aligned Movement Part-II

# ICSE Class 10 Civics Syllabus

SR. No. Civics Syllabus
1 . The Union Legislature
1.1 The Union Legislature Part-I
1.2 The Union Legislature Part-II
2 . The Union Executive
2.1 The Union Executive Part-I
2.2 The Union Executive Part-II
3 . The Supreme Court
3.1 The Supreme Court
4 . The High Courts and the Subordinate Courts
4.1 The High Courts and the Subordinate Courts