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Class 11th CBSE Board Syllabus

Congratulations on crossing 1st stage of your career and for the good result of your 10th board examinations. Now it’s time to prepare for the 2nd stage of the career. This is Class 11, which is the staircase for final board examinations. Now after getting passed from your 10th class, it is the time to select your subject career-wise with your deepest interest. Here now you are in 11th class also known as the first year because it is the first class to select your subject in which you are interested.

Here most of the students are confused about selecting their subject. Many of the students choose their subjects without their interest, but here we are recommended you that please select your subject wisely and with well thinking and interest. Here is the stage that you have to select science or commerce. Select that whatever you love. Interest in the subject is very necessary. Some of the extra subjects are also to select like Hindi, Physical education, etc. Here whatever subject you will choose it will remain with you for your career. These are not only subjects these are your lifetime subjects.

Now start your career with your favorite subjects because next year your 12th board exam will happen. We wish you dear students, ALL THE BEST.
Here, we are providing every stream (Science, Commerce, Arts) all subjects syllabus including the marking pattern. This syllabus is prescribed by the CBSE for the academic year 2018-19.

Syllabus Pdf

Syllabus Overview

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1. Financial accounting-I

    a. Theoretical framework

    b. Accounting process

2. Financial accounting-II

    a. Financial statements of sole proprietorship from complete and incomplete records

    b. Computers in accounting



1. Diversity of living organisms

2. Structural organisation in plants and animals

3. Cell: structure and function

4. Plant physiology

5. Human physiology



1. Biotechnology: an overview

2. Molecules of life

3. Genetics and molecular biology

4. Cells and organisms


Business studies

1. Foundations of business

    a. Nature and purpose of business

    b. Forms of business organisations

    c. Public, private and global enterprises

    d. Business services

    e. Emerging modes of business

    f. Social responsibility of business and business ethics

2. Finance and trade

    a. Sources of business finance

    b. Small business

    c. Internal trade

    d. International business

    e. Projects work



1. Some basic concept of chemistry

2. Structure of atom

3. Classification of elements and periodicity in properties

4. Chemical bonding and molecular structure

5. States of matter: gases, liquids and solids

6. Chemical thermodynamics

7. Equilibrium

8. Redox reactions

9. Hydrogen

10. S-block elements

11. P-block elements

12. Organic chemistry: some basic principles and techniques

13. Hydrocarbons

14. Environmental chemistry


Computer science

1. Programming and computational thinking-1

2. Computer systems and organization

3. Data management-1

4. Society, law and ethics-1

5. Practical



1. Introductory microeconomics

    a. Introduction

    b. Consumer’s equilibrium and demand

    c. Producer behaviour and supply

    d. Forms of market and price determination under perfect competition with simple applications

2. Statistics for economics

    a. Introduction

    b. Collection, organization and presentation of data

    c. Statistical tools and interpretation



1. Reading comprehension

2. Writing skills and grammar

3. Literature



1. Fundamentals of physical geography

    a. Geography as a discipline

    b. The earth

    c. Landforms

    d. Climate

    e. Water

    f. Life on the earth

2. India- physical environment

    a. Introduction

    b. Physiography

    c. Climate, vegetation and soil

    d. Natural hazards and disasters

3. Practical work

    a. Fundamentals of maps

    b. Topographic and weather maps



1. Apathit ansh

2. Karyalaya hindi aur rachnatmak lekhan

3. Pathaya pustak etc.



1. Introduction to world history

2. Early societies

    a. Introduction

    b. From the beginning of time

    c. Early cities

3. Empires

    a. Introduction

    b. An empires across three continents

    c. Central Islamic lands

    d. Nomadic empires

4. Changing traditions

    a. Introduction

    b. Three orders

    c. Changing cultural traditions

    d. Confrontation of cultures

5. Paths to modernization

    a. Introduction

    b. The industrial revolution

    c. Paths to modernization


Home science

1. Concept of home science and its scope

2. Human development: life span approach (part-I)

3. Food, nutrition, health and fitness

4. Family, community and resources

5. Fabric and apparel

6. Community development and extension (part-I)



1. Sets and functions

2. Algebra

3. Coordinate geometry

4. Calculus

5. Mathematical reasoning

6. Statistics and probability


Physical education

1. Changing trends and career in physical education

2. Olympic movements

3. Physical fitness, wellness and lifestyle

4. Physical education and sports for CWSN

5. Yoga

6. Physical activities and leadership training

7. Test, measurement and evaluation

8. Fundamentals of anatomy and physiology

9. Kinesiology, biomechanics and sports

10. Psychology and sports

11. Training in sports

12. Doping



1. Physical world and management

    a. Physical world

    b. Units and measurements

2. Kinematics

    a. Motion in a straight line

    b. Motion in plane

3. Laws of motion

4. Work, energy and power

5. Motion of system of particle and rigid body

6. Gravitation

7. Properties of bulk matter

    a. Mechanical properties of solids

    b. Mechanical properties of fluids

    c. Thermal properties of matter

8. Thermodynamics

9. Behaviour of perfect gases and kinetic theor of gases

    a. Kinetic theory

10. Mechanical waves and ray optics

    a. Oscillsallstions and waves

    b. Ray optics


Political science

1. Indian constitution at work

    a. Constitution why and how and philosophy of the constitution

    b. Rights in the indian constitution

    c. Election and representation

    d. The executive

    e. The legislature

    f. The judiciary

    g. Federalism

    h. Local government

    i. Constitution as a living document

2. Political theory

    a. Political theory: an introduction

    b. Freedom equality

    c. Social justice

    d. Rights

    e. Citizenship

    f. Nationalism

    g. Secularism

    h. Peace

    i. Development



1. What is psychology?

2. Methods of enquiry in psychology

3. The bases of human behaviour

4. Human development

5. Sensory, attentional and perceptual processes

6. Learning

7. Human memory

8. Thinking

9. Motivation and emotion



1. Introducing sociology

    a. Sociology, society and its relationship with other social sciences

    b. Basic concepts and their use in sociology

    c. Understanding social institution

    d. Culture and socialization

    e. Doing sociology research methods

2. Understanding society

    a. Social structure, stratification and social processes in society

    b. Social change and social order in rural and urban society

    c. Environment and society

    d. Introducing western sociologists

    e. Indian sociologists

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