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Class 12th CBSE Board Syllabus

Once again hello dear students, and congratulations on your result of 11th class. Now, this is the stage for what you were preparing until now, so please take this class seriously. 12th class is known as the final class or second year. The final class of your school career, because after this you are going to start college. Here you are dealing with your desirable subject so there is no chance of any mistake on your own.

This class will create your line and make the scope for your future and career. That is why we always suggest you, be honest and polite with your study. And also learning and understanding is the most important part of this class. Only by this, you can achieve your best result and also the higher percentage. The higher the percentage of your result will take you the higher stage of your life in your career.

To succeed in the second year, you need to understand the pattern first. Here, you will get Class 12th, CBSE prescribed all streams (Science, Commerce, Arts) all subjects syllabus with marking pattern is available for the academic year 2018-19. To understand the structure of the syllabus, refer NCERT books.

Syllabus Pdf

Syllabus Overview

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1. Accounting for not-for-profit organizations, partnership firms and companies.

    a. Financial statements of not-for-profit organizations

    b. Accounting for partnership firms

    c. Accounting for companies

2. Financial statement analysis

    a. Analysis of financial statements

    b. Cash flow statement

3. Project work



1. Advanced crop production and organic farming

    a. Advanced crop production

    b. Organic farming

2. Post-harvest management, food processing and value addition

    a. Post-harvest management

    b. Food processing and value addition

3. Subsidiary enterprises of agriculture



1. Reproduction

2. Genetics and evolution

3. Biology and human welfare

4. Biotechnology and its application

5. Ecology and environment



1. Protein and gene manipulation

2. Cell culture and genetic manipulation


Business studies

1. Principles and functions of management

    a. Nature and significance of managements

    b. Principles of management

    c. Business environment

    d. Planning

    e. Organizing

    f. Staffing

    g. Direction

    h. Controlling

2. Business finance and marketing

    a. Financial management

    b. Financial markets

    c. Marketing management

    d. Consumer protection

3. Project work



1. Solid state

2. Solutions

3. Electrochemistry

4. Chemical kinetics

5. Surface chemistry

6. General principles and process of isolation of elements

7. P-block elements

8. D- and f-block elements

9. Coordination compounds

10. Haloalkanes and haloarenes

11. alcohols, phenois and ethers

12. aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids

13. organic compounds containing nitrogen

14. biomolecules

15. polymers

16. chemistry in everyday life


Computer science

1. programming and computational thinking-2

2. computer networks

3. data management-2

4. society, law and ethics-2

5. practicals



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. introductory macroeconomics

    a. national income and related aggregates

    b. money and banking

    c. determination of income and employment

    d. governments budget and he economy

    e. balance of payments

3. project work



1. typology

2. reading skills

3. writing skills

4. literary text books and long reading text/novel


Fashion studies

1. history of fashion

2. basic pattern development

3. elements of fashion

4. basics of garment making



1. apathit aansh

2. karyalayi hindi aur rachnatmak lekhan

3. pathaya pustak



1. themes in indian history part-I

2. themes in indian history part-II

3. themes in indian history part-III

4. map work


Home science

1. human development, life span , approach.

2. Nutrition during life span

3. Money managements and consumer education

4. Apparel designing, selection and care

5. Community development and extension

6. Career option after home science education


Mass media studies

1. Understanding the languages of the medium

2. Evolution of the media

3. Convergence of the media

4. Setting/marketing/exhibiting a product through advertising

5. Graphic design and multimedia applications

6. Production skills

7. Portfolio assessment



1. Relations and functions

2. Algebra

3. Calculus

4. Vectors and three- dimensional geometry

5. Linear programming

6. Probability


Physical education

1. Planning in sports

2. Sorts and nutrition

3. Yoga and lifestyle

4. Physical education and sports for CWSN

5. Children in sports

6. Women in sports

7. Test and measurement in sports

8. Physiology and sports

9. Sports medicine

10. Kinesiology, biomechanics and sports

11. Psychology and sports

12. Training in sports



1. Electrostatics

2. Current electricity

3. Effects of current and magnetism

4. Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents

5. Electromagnetic waves

6. Optics

7. Dual nature of radiation and matter

8. Atoms and nuclei

9. Electronic devices

10. Communication systems


Political science

1. Contemporary world politics

    a. Cold war era

    b. The end of bipolarity

    c. US hegemony in world politics

    d. Alternative centers of power

    e. Contemporary south asia

    f. International oranizations

    g. Security in contemporary world

    h. Environment and natural resources

    i. Globalization

2. Politics india since independence

    a. Challenges of nation-building

    b. Era of one party dominance

    c. Politics of planned development

    d. India’s external relations

    e. Challenges to the congress system

    f. Crisis of the democratic order

    g. Rise of popular movements

    h. Regional aspirations

    i. Recent developments in indian politics



1. Fundamentals of Human Geography

    a. Human Geography

    b. People

    c. Human Activities

    d. Transport, Communication and Trade

    e. Human activities

2. India : people and economy

    a. People

    b. Human settlements

    c. Resources and development

    d. Transport, communication and international trade

    e. Geographical perspective on selected issues and problems



1. Indian society

    a. Introducing indian society

    b. The demographic structure of the indian society

    c. Social institution continuity and change

    d. Market as a social institution

    e. Patterns of social inequality and exclusion

    f. Challenges of cultural diversity

    g. Suggestion for project work

2. Change and development in indian society

    a. Structural change

    b. Cultural change

    c. The story of indian democracy

    d. Change and development in rural society

    e. Change and development in industrial society

    f. Globalization and social change

    g. Mass media and communication

    h. Social movements

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