NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS 202122
CLASS VII SUBJECT: ART (VISUAL)
MONTH 
PERIODS 
TOPICS TO COVER 
MEDIUM / MATERIALS 
APRIL 
8 
PRINCIPLES OF ART AND DESIGN: Balance Unity Variety Emphasis Movement Pattern Proportion principle of Art can be demonstrated with the help of various examples with its traditional & contemporary outlook creative use of these principles can help the child to make his art work with more perfection. STUDY OF OBJECTS (STILL LIFE): (a) Basics of still life (b) How to make objects with Pencil (c) Proportion and Perspective (d) Show light & shade using pencil (e) (Use different mediums like water colour . Crayon, Charcoal and explain the different method of painting and Drawing Understand the term Tone & Tint Opaque Colour Painting, Monochrome Painting , Transparent method etc. (f) Arrange at least two or three objects for still life for the practical session 
Different Mediums furniture separate Art Room is required for Still Life with light Source 
MAY 
8 
STUDY OF NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT: (a) Brief knowledge of nature and Environment. (b) Outdoor Sketching (c) Indoor flower, Foliage study. (d) perspective ,View point, Horizon, foot level, Sky level etc. (e) Proportion , use of suitable textures, Contrast and Unique compositions (Students may be instructed to prepare an outdoor study composition with the effective use of all the above said areas . Students can prepare a composition based on the outdoor study and express their creative identity, style and process of Forms, Shapes, line, light and shade etc. for developing a work of Art. 
Charcoal / Pencil / Water Colour/Drawing board can be provided 
JUNE 
8 
COMPOSITION DRAWING: (a) Memory drawing (b) How to compose a painting /drawing on day to day life subject, i.e. regional fare, views of a village, views of market, busy city, rainy season, etc. (c) Composition of Traditional Art Werly Painting ( Students May be showed a Presentation about Traditional Werly painting . 
Pencil Or Colour 


11.06.2021 to 28.07.2021 Vacation 

JULY/AUGUST 
8 
GREETING CARD : Preparation of greetings for different occasions in different methods like drawing, colouring, pasting, crafted work etc. And instruct the student to prepare with Greeting cards/ Birthday cards with the help of various free Softwares, Android Apps During their vacation. Students can be encouraged to use multimedia/ Android based greeting card designing etc. with the help of Advanced open Softwares . 
Clay / Paper Pulp / Pop / Any Other If Available , If separate Art Room is provided with equipments 
SEPT 

FOLK ART : (a) Concept of folk art (origin, History, social , impact) (b) Regional folk art (available in their nearby places) (c) Style and colour combination (d) Understand life style, Medium and festivals of the Tribal group and area where the folk Art was originated . Teacher can arrange a local visit to the local Art Gallery/Art Exhibition/Craft Mela/ Village craftsman work área. Principal can arrange a field visit or a workshop to understand more about the different Skills and Techniques used for Creating Art Work by the local Artists. 
Depends Upon The Art Form Requirement/ The Head of the Institution should make necessary arrange meant for showing/ participating the students in their Local Festival time . The travelling expenditure can be given from Vidyalaya 
OCT 
8 
Art integrated activity related to The pared state suggested by CBSE The teacher can motivate the students to understand the various art / craft /culture based information’s and its integrated approaches with various subjects. 

NOV 
8 
DESIGN DRAWING: (a) Concept of Design (b) Types of design  Geometrical  Natural  Decorative  Abstract (c) Rangoli(as per availability of materials)

Pencil / Poster Colour / Powder Colours 
DEC. 

Portfolio submission of Art/Activities/ Achievements softcopy/ Hard copy ( 10 12 pages) and submit before Annual Art Examination 

CLASS: VII SUBJECT: PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
S. No. 
MONTH 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

MORNING

EVENING

THEORY



APRIL 

As per their ability, the 
Human Body: 1. Process of Growing up. 2. Menstruation 3. Myths & misconceptions 4. Sexual abuse 

1. Jogging & Warmingup 
students are grouped 


2. Free Hand exercise 
in to different games, 

1 
3. Battery Test (To 
like: Handball, Kho 


analyse the ability of the 
Kho, Kabaddi, 


child) 
Athletics, Volleyball, 



Basketball etc. 

2 
MAY/JUNE (PWT1) 
1. Running and short sprints. 2. Stretching Exercise 3. Yoga Asana >Padamasanas >Bhujanasanas >Parvatnasanas 
1. Practice Basic Skills of different games. 2. Athletics> Practice of sprints and Jumps. 3.Volleyball 4.Handball 
1. Effect of exercise on the different body Parts and body systems. 2. Importance of physical fitness. 3. Different components of physical fitness. 4. Concept of body image, Misconception about body image 5. Sharing experiences of great personalities 6. Role of yoga in daily life 
3 
AUGUST 
1. Jogging and warming up. 2. Different Body Exercise 3. March Past Practice 
1. Practice of Skills and techniques of KhoKho , Volleyball. 
1.Motor skills, rhythm & yoga 2.Developing ability of naturally responding to command, group work formation, marching formations 3.Fundamentals of track & field events – 100m run, 200 m run, 600m run/walk etc 4.Asanas & Mudra for healthy living. 

4. Yoga Asanas Surya Namaskar Vajranasanas Gomukhasana, 
2. Marching formation. 
4 
SEPTEMBER HALFYEARLY EXAMINATION 
1. Continuous Running practice .
2. Mass PT Exercise/T able Exercise. 3. Yoga Asanas Yoga Mudra, Viparitkarani, Sarvangasana, Halasasana, Shavasana Pranayam 
1. Practice Rules and Regulations of Kabaddi. 2. Indoor games practice like: Chess, Carom, Badminton. 
1. We and our environment vector borne diseases 2. Good environment, concept of good environment 3. Different sources of environmental pollution & its effect on health. 4. Rules and regulations of Kabaddi. . 
5 
OCTOBER/ NOVEMBER 
1. Running and Warming up 2. Exercises with apparatus Dumbbells/ Lezium/ hops/ ropes ribbons Exercise. 3. Meditation/ Pranayama. 
1. Practice of Skills and Techniques of Handball. 
1. Food and nutrition – how to prepare food nutritiously 2. What is the relation between food, festival and celebrations? 3. Preparation of food 4. Rules and regulations of the game  Handball. 2. Ground Measurement of Handball. 3. Importance of Meditation/ Pranayama. 
6 
DECEMBER/ JANUARY PWT2 
1. Jogging and warming up. 2. Rhythmic/. Aerobic Exercises. 3.Mayurasan 4.Ardhachakasan 
1. Practice Matches of Different Games. 2.Knowledge and practice of different Athletics Events. 
1. Safety & security – how to deal with common injuries 2. Common injuries – identification & treatment 3. Introduction of Firstaid box 4. Ground Measurements for different events football, volleyball etc. 
7 
FEBRAURY/ MARCH 
1. Jogging and warming up exercises. 2. Battery Test. (To analyse the performance in the end of the Session) 3. Yoga Asanas Sarvangasans Paschimotanasanas Tadasan 
1. Practice and Perfection of different events. 2. Check the Performance Level of students 
1. Role of Motivation in the field of sports 2. Careers in sports 3.Govt health services 4. Sports scholarships & awards 5. Outstanding personalities in Health & Sports
YEARLY EXAMINATION 
Suggestions:
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NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VII SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
Month 
No. of Days 
Periods available 
Weightage 
Units/sub units to be covered 
Activities/ Assignments 
APRIL

35 
35 
12
14 
Integers : 1 Knowing our Numbers 2 Addition and subtraction of integers 3 Multiplication and division of Integers 4 Properties of integers 5 Word Problems
Fractions & Decimals: 1. Fractions, Different types of Fractions. 2. Simplest form and equivalent form of a fraction 3. Addition and Subtraction of Fractions. 4. Multiplication of Fractions 5. Division of Fractions 6. Decimals 7. Addition and subtraction of decimals 8. Multiplication of Decimals 9. Division of Decimals 10. Word Problems

I & II Activities and Assignment1 
MAY/June 10 
26 
26 
14
12 
Lines and Angles: 1. Understanding shapes 2. Different types of angles 3. Pairs of angles 4. pairs of lines 5. Properties of parallel lines and related problems. 6. Transversal and Related angles and its problems
Data Handling: 1. Collections & Organisation of Data 2. Frequency distribution tables using tally marks 3. Mean, Range, Median & Mode of ungrouped data(Central Tendency) 4. Constructing bar graphs 5. Chance and Probability

III & IV activities and Assignment 2
PWT1

AUGUST 
25 
25 
13
12 
Algebraic Expressions : 1. Generate algebraic expression Involving one or two variables 2. Identifying constants and variables, terms and their coefficients and factors of Terms 3. Identifying Like and Unlike terms 4. Classification of Monomial, Binomial, Trinomial and Polynomials 5. Addition and Subtraction of expressions 6. Finding the value of an expression 7. Using Algebraic Expression in Formula and Rules Simple Equations: 1. Setting up of Simple equation 2. Solving simple linear equations 3. Application of simple linear equation to practical situations.

V & VI Activities and Assignment 3 
SEPTEMBER/ OCTOBER 
25 +10 
25+10 
08
15 
Visualising solid shapes: 1. Plane Figures and Solid Shapes 2. Nets for Building 3  D Shapes 3. Drawing Solids on a Flat Surface (Oblique& isometric sketches) 4. Visualising solid objects 5. Viewing Different sections of solids (front view , side view and top view)
° Rational Number : 1. Need for a Rational Numbers 2. Rational Numbers in Standard Form 3. Comparison of Rational Numbers 4. Finding Rational Numbers between two rational numbers 5. Operation on Rational Numbers
REVISION HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION/ TERM 1 EXAMINATION

VII & VIII Activities and Assignment4 
NOVEMBER 
18 
18 
18 
Perimeter & Area: 1. Area of Squares & Rectangles and areas of paths 2. Area of a Parallelogram 3. Area of a Triangles 4. Circumference of a Circle 5. Area of a Circle

IX & X Activities and Assignment 5 






DECEMBER 
26 
26 
14
06
06 
Triangle and its properties : 1. Medians, Altitudes of a triangle 2. Exterior Angle of a triangle and its properties 3. Angle sum property of a triangle 4. Two special triangles: Equilateral and Isosceles triangle. 5. Sum of the Lengths of two Sides of a Triangle 6. Right Angled Triangles and Pythagoras Property and related problems Symmetry : 1. Line Symmetry and Lines of symmetry for regular polygons 2. Rotational Symmetry  Angle of rotation and order of rotation 3. Figures with Line Symmetry & Rotational Symmetry Practical Geometry: 1. Construction of lines ( parallel lines and perpendicular lines) 2. Construction of Triangles in different cases

XI & XII Activities and Assignment – 6& 7
PWT 2 
JANUARY 
21 
21 
11
10 
Congruence of Triangle: 1. Meaning of Congruence 2. Congruence of plane figure 3. Criteria for Congruence of Triangles. • SSS Congruence • SAS Congruence • ASA Congruence • RHS Congruence Comparing Quantities : 1. Ratio & Proportion 2. Percentage 3. Converting fractional & Decimal Numbers to Percentage 4. Application of percentages : Profit & Loss , Increase an decrease 5. Simple Interest 
XIII &XIV Activities and Assignment 8 & 9 
FEBRUARY 
24 
24 
10 
Exponents and Powers : 1. Laws of Exponents 2. Decimal Number System and exponents 3. Expressing large numbers in the standard form Revision 
Assignment  10 
MARCH 



REVISION  ANNUAL EXAMINATION/ TERM – 2 EXAMINATION 

SUBJECT ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 202122
SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: VII.
Sr No. 
Suggested Activities(objectives) 
1. 
To multiply a fraction by a number(say, 3/4x 7) 
2. 
To divide integers using unit squares of different colors. 
3. 
To explain SAS criterion for congruency of two triangles. 
4. 
To explain the SSS criterion for congruency of two triangles. 
5. 
To explain ASA criterion for congruency of two triangles. 
6. 
To explain RHS criterion for congruency of two right triangles. 
7. 
To verify that in an isosceles triangles, angles opposite to equal sides are equal. 
8. 
To multiply two fractions. 
9. 
To divide a fraction by another fraction. 
10. 
To divide a fraction by a natural number. 
11. 
To multiply integers using unit squares of different colors. 
12. 
To divide a natural number by a fraction. 
13. 
To divide a mixed fraction by a proper fraction. 
14. 
To multiply two decimals (say 0.3 and 0.4) using a grid. 
15. 
To find the value of ( where a and n are natural numbers) using paper folding. 
16. 
To verify exterior angle property of a triangle. 
17. 
To verify that the sum of any two sides of a triangle is always greater than the third side. 
18. 
To verify that in a triangle sides opposite to equal sides are equal. 
19. 
To draw altitudes of a triangle using paper folding. 
20. 
To find the ratio of circumference and diameter of a circle. 
21. 
To understand the meaning of less likely and more likely of the outcomes of an experiment. 
22. 
To verify that congruent triangles have equal area but two triangles with equal areas may not be congruent. 
23. 
To verify that when two lines intersect, vertically opposite angles are equal. 
24. 
To find the order of rotational symmetry of a given figure. 
NOTE:
*At least 14 Activities(Out of above 24) related to the topics should be incorporated in the class.
All the above listed Activities are available with proper guidelines in the link
https://ncert.nic.in/sciencelaboratorymanual.php?ln=
*Project:
ART INTEGRATION LEARNING PROJECT (including all the subjects) may be incorporated wherever possible.(Atleast one)
*Assignment:
ART INTEGRATION LEARNING OUTCOMES (of specific topic) may be incorporated wherever possible.(Atleast one)
*The periods available for a month are calculated as per the Holidays/ vacations tentatively. However, extra classes may be taken if the syllabus part is not completed as per the suggested allotment. Assignments to be given to students periodically.
* The exact dates and time schedules of the PWT/HY/Annual exams will be
intimated by NVS from time to time.
*For TermII / YearlyExamination QuestionPaper consisting of 20% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term.
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITHI, NOIDA
SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VII SUBJECT: SCIENCE
Sl. No: 
Name of Chapter 
Marks allotted 
1 
Nutrition in Plants 
4 
2 
Nutrition in Animals 
4 
3 
Fibre to Fabric 
3 
4 
Heat 
5 
5 
Acids, Bases and Salts 
6 
6 
Physical and Chemical Changes 
6 
7 
Weather, Climate and Adaptation 
4 
8 
Winds, Storms and Cyclones 
3 
9 
Soil 
3 
10 
Respiration in Organisms 
6 
11 
Transportation in Animals and Plants 
6 
12 
Reproduction in Plants 
6 
13 
Motion and Time 
4 
14 
Electric Current and its Effects 
6 
15 
Light 
5 
16 
Water  A Precious Resource 
3 
17 
Forests  Our Lifeline 
3 
18 
Wastewater Story 
3 
SPLIT UP SYLLABUS
Class: VII Subject: Science
Month 
No: of Days 
No: of Periods 
Main Topics & Sub Topics to be covered 
Activities/Projects 
Test 
April 2021 
24 
12 
1. Nutrition in Plants: Mode of nutrition in plants (autotrophic/ heterotrophic), Photosynthesis, synthesis of food other than carbohydrates, Host Parasite, Insectivorous Plants, Saprotrophes and symbiotic relationship, How nutrients are replenished in soil. 
Activities 1.1, 1.2 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook Correction 
PWT1

12 
2. Nutrition in Animals: Different ways of taking food, Digestion in humans, The Food pipe/ Oesophagus, The Stomach, The Small Intestine, Large intestine, Digestion in Grass eating Animals, Feeding and Digestion in Amoeba. 
Activities 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Assignment 

May 2021 
26 
10 
3. Fibre to Fabric: Animal Fibres Silk 
Activities 3.1, 3.2, 3.33.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects 

11 
4. Heat: Hot and Cold, Measuring Temperature, Laboratory Thermometer, Transfer of Heat, Kinds of Clothes we wear in Summer and Winter 
Activities 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook Correction 

5 
Revision 
Practice for PISA Type Questions 

June 2021 
9 

PWT1 


July /August 2021

26 
8 
5. Acids, Bases and Salts: Acids and Bases, Natural Indicators around us, Neutralization, Neutralization in Everyday Life, 
Activities 5,1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Quiz 

7 
6. Physical and Chemical Changes: Physical Changes, Chemical changes, Rusting of Iron, Crystallisation 
Activities 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects 
Half Yearly Examinations 

7 
7. Weather, Climate and adaptation of animals to climate: Weather, Climate, Climate and Adaptation, The Polar Regions, The Tropical Rain Forests. 
Activities 7.1, 7.2 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


4 
8. Wind, Storms and Cyclones: Air exerts pressure, High speed winds are accompanied by reduced air pressure, Air expands on heating, Wind currents are generated due to uneven heating on the earth 
Activities 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.6


September 2021 
14 
4 
8. Wind, Storms and Cyclones: Thunderstorms and Cyclones, Destruction caused by cyclones, Effective safety measures, Advanced technology has helped. 
Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook Correction 

6 
9. Soil: Soil teeming with life, Soil profile, Soil Types, Properties of soil, Moisture in soil, Absorption of water by soil, Soil and Crops 
Activities 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 9.5, 9.6, and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


4 
Revision for half yearly exams and Half Yearly Examinations 

October & November 2021 
23 
8 
10. Respiration in organisms: Why do we respire, Breathing, How do we breathe, What do we breathe out, Breathing in other animals, Breathing under water, Do plants also respire 
Activities 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects

PWT2

9 
13. Motion and Time: Slow or Fast, Speed, Measurement of time, Measuring Speed, 
Activities 13.1, 13.2, 13.3 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


6 
14. Electric Current and its effects: Symbols of Electric Components, Heating Effect of Electric Current, Magnetic effect of Electric Current, Electromagnet 
Activities 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5, 14.6 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook correction 

December 2021 
25 
14 
11. Transportation in Animals and Plants: Circulatory system, Excretion in animals, Excretory system in Humans, Transport of substances in Plants 
Activities 11.1, 11.2, 11.3 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


6 
16. Water – A precious Resource: How much water is available, Forms of water, Groundwater as important source of water, Depletion of Water table, Distribution of Water, Water Management, What role you can play, Effect of water scarcity on plants 
Activities 16.1, 16.2, 16.3, 16.4, 16.5 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Assignment 

5 
Revision for PWT2 
Practice for PISA Type Questions 

January 2022 
20 
12 
12. Reproduction in Plants: Modes of Reproduction, Sexual Reproduction, Fruits and Seeds formation, Seed Dispersal. 
Activities 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.4 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects 
Yearly Examinations ( Question paper will contain 20% questions from Term I syllabus and entire Term II syllabus) 
8 
15. Light: Light travels along a straight line, Reflection of light, Right or left, Playing with Spherical Mirrors, Images formed by lenses, Sunlight White or Coloured. 
Activities 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.5, 15.6, 15.7, 15.8, 15.9, 15.10, 15.11, 15.12 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Practice for PISA Type Questions


February 2022 
23 
6 
17. Forests  our Lifeline: Visit to a Forest 
Activities17.1, 17.2, 17.3 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects 

8 
18. Wastewater Story: Water – our lifeline, What is sewage, Water freshens up – an Eventful Journey, Treatment of Polluted Water, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Better housekeeping Practices, Sanitation and Disease, Alternative arrangement for Sewage Disposal, Sanitation at Public Places 
Activities 18.1, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4, and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Practice for PISA Type Questions



9 
Revision for Yearly Examinations Practice Test for complete syllabus to be conducted at the Vidyalaya Level. 

March 2022 


Revision & Yearly Examinations 
SUBJECT ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 202122
SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCEIENCE CLASS: VII
INSTRUCTIONS:
CLASS – VII 
SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCIENCE (1^{st} TERM) 

APRIL ACTIVITY 1: MAP SKILLS

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Identification Labelling & Accuracy Presentation /Neatness 
2 marks 2 marks 1 marks

MAY ACTIVITY :2 PROJECT WORK

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Inquisitiveness Resources Subject Matter Presentation 
1mark 1mark 2 marks 1 mark

Up to JUNE 10 ACTIVITY :3 QUIZ

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Alertness Thinking Skill Time Management Application of Knowledge 
1mark 2mark 1 marks 1 mark

JULY/AUGUST ACTIVITY:4 SURVEY/COLLECTION OF STAMPS, COINS etc. 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Collection of information Presentation (Charts/albums) 
3mark 2 marks

SEPTEMBER ACTIVITY: 5 SOCIAL SCIENCE EXHIBITION 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Data Collection Presentation 
3mark 2 marks

TERM II 

OCTOBER ACTIVITY 1: MAP SKILLS 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Identification Labelling & Accuracy Presentation /Neatness 
2 marks 2 marks 1 marks 
NOVEMBER ACTIVITY :2 PROJECT WORK 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Inquisitiveness Resources Subject Matter Presentation 
1mark 1mark 2 marks 1 mark 
DECEMBER ACTIVITY: 3 SCRAP BOOK OR VISIT TO HISTORICAL PLACE 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Observation Understanding Application of Knowledge 
2 marks 1 marks 2 marks 
JANUARY ACTIVITY :4 QUIZ 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Alertness Thinking Skill Time Management Application of Knowledge 
1mark 2mark 1 marks 1 mark 
FEBRUARY ACTIVITY :5 DEBTE/DISCUSSION 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Participation Knowledge 
2mark 3 marks 
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS – VII SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCIENCE
S.NO 
MONTH 
NO OF DAYS 
PERIOD AVAILABE 
UNITS/SUBUNITS TO BE COVERED 
PERIOD REQUIRED 
TEST/EXAM 
1 
APRIL 
25 
20 
1.Tracing Changes Through A Thousand Years 2.Environment 3.Inside Our Earth 4.On Equality 
05 05 05 05 

2 
MAYJUNE (10^{TH} JUNE) 
32 
23 
5.New Kings And Kingdoms 6.Role Of The Government In Health 7.Delhi Sultans 8.Our Changing Earth 
06 05 07 05 
1to6 lessons for PWTI 
3 
(FROM 29^{TH}) JULYAUGUST 
27 
22 
9.How The State Government Works 10.The Mughal Empire 11.Air 12.Rulers And Buildings 13.Growing Upon Boys and Girls 
04 06 04 05 04 

4 
SEPTEMBER 
25 
12 
14.Water 15.Women Change the World REVISION 
06 06 
1 to 15 lessons for Term1 EXAM 




(I) 20 MARKS FOR PERIODIC ASSESSMENT {10 MARKS FOR PEROIDIC TEST, 5 MARKS FOR NOTE BOOK SUBMISSION & 5 FOR SUBJECT ENRICHMENT) 2) 80 MARKS FOR HALF YEARLY OR TERM1 EXAMINATION TOTAL:100 MARKS 


5 
OCT/NOVEMBER 
26+ 
22+ 
16.Towns,Traders and Crafts Persons 17.Understanding Media 18.Natural Vegetation and Wildlife 19.Understanding Advertising ((REMOVED) 20.Tribes ,Nomads and Settled Communities 21.Human EnvironmentSettlement, Transport and Communications 
06 05 05
05 05 

6 
DECEMBER 
26 
22 
22.Devotional Paths To The Divine 23.Markets Around Us 24.The Making Of Regional Culture 25.Human Environment Interactions In The Tropical and the Subtropical Region 
06 05 06 05 
16 to 22 lessons for PWTII (19^{th} Lesson Removed from the Syllabus) 
7 
JANUARY 
26 
23 
26.A Shirt In The Market 27.Eighteenth Century Political Formations 28.Life in the Temperate Grasslands 
07 08 08 

8 
FEBRUARY 
12 
10 
29.Life In The Deserts 30.Struggles For Equality 
06 04 

9 
MARCH 2020 


REVISON AND FINAL EXAMINATION 

16to30 Lessons for Final Examination and 20% syllabus from First Term 




(I) 20 MARKS FOR PERIODIC ASSESSMENT {10 MARKS FOR PEROIDIC TEST, 5 MARKS FOR NOTE BOOK SUBMISSION & 5 MARKS FOR SUBJECT ENRICHMENT} 2) 80 MARKS FOR HALF YEARLY OR TERMII EXAMINATION TOTAL:100 MARKS 


NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VII SUBJECT: ENGLISH MAX MARKS80
S. No. 
Sections 
Marks allotted 
1 
Reading Section Section –A 
15 Marks 
2 
Writing Section – Section B 
15 Marks 
3 
Grammar  Section C 
15 Marks 
4 
Literature Section D 
35 Marks 

Total Marks 
80 Marks 
Month 
No of days 
No of Periods 
Main topics and Subtopics to be covered 
Grammar activities / Composition 
SEA / Assignment UT/PT/PB


April 
26 
34 
Prose 1 .Three Questions 2. A Gift of Chappals
Poetry 1. The Squirrel 2. The Rebel
Supplementary Reader 1.The Tiny Teacher

1 .Introduction to Number and Person
2. SubjectVerb Agreement
3.Simple Paragraphs
4.Reading unseen Passages

1. Presentation of some General Conversations (Ex: between child and parents on a given topic, between friends, enquiry at a bus station, at a library etc.) 2. Story Narration 3. Imagining yourself as the character in the story and narrating. 4. composing simple poems. Ex: adding some similar lines to the poem The Rebel) 

May/10^{th} June 
22 
28 
Prose 3.Gopal & the Hilsa Fish
Poetry 3.The Shed
Supplementary Reader 2. Bringing up Kari

1. Framing Questions to the given statements. 2.Reported Speech 3.Formal Letters 4.Developing paragraphs with Hints 
1. Dictionary Work (finding meanings and framing own sentences) 2. Developing Visual input into story (Group Activity) 3. Making Fact Files about elephants and ants. 4. Narrating a fictitious story about a haunted house. 5. Composing a Simple Poem on a Haunted House) 

PERIODIC WRITTEN TEST  I 4^{th} to 10^{th} June, 2021 

July 
3 
4 
Poetry 4. Chivvy

1.Active and Passive Voice 


August 
25 
33 
Prose 4.The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Poetry 5.Trees Supplementary Reader 3 .The Desert 4..The Cop and the Anthem

1. Conditional Clauses1 2 .Informal Letters 3. Reordering jumbled words into sentences and jumbled sentences into a paragraph/story 
1. Listening practices and Tests. 2. Pick and Speak 3. Narrating the Review of a story read 

September 
20 
26 
Prose 5.Quality Supplementary Reader 5. Golu Grows a Nose 6. I want something in a cage 
1 .Tenses and usage( simple Present and Simple past) 2. Notice Writing 4. Dialogue Writing 5. Phrasal verbs 6. Phonetic sounds and syllables 
1. Just A Minute  A Moral Talk 2. Narrating a funny personal experience of cooking, learning a new skill etc. 3. Conducting a survey of the households on the campus (Whether they prefer buying branded/not branded goods, why etc.) Making Questionnaire for the survey 4. Narrating the experience of the survey 5. Adding more lines to the poem ‘Trees” and composing similar poems 

HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION – 27^{th }September to 8^{th} October, 2021 

November 
13 
17 
Prose 6. Expert Detectives 7.The Invention of Vita Wonk Poetry 6. Mystery of the Talking Fan Supplementary Reader 7. Chandni

1. Tenses (Continuous tenses and Present perfect) 2. Active and Passive Voice 3. Report Writing. 4. Notice Writing 5. Framing different phrases with the same word, finding meanings of those phrases and using in sentences. (Ex: tip the boat over, finger tips, tip a waiter etc.) 
1.Interviewing friends 2.Reporting School Programs 3. Speaking on Significance of Freedom, why Caging birds/animals is wrong 4. Playing the Role of Detective and finding details of a person with a number of questions 5. Survey about a general topics (Ex: page 95&96) 6. Presentation of Conversation between mechanic and fan and similar ones 


December 
24 
32 
Prose 8.Fire: Friend and Foe Poetry 7.Dad and the Cat and the Tree Supplementary Reader 8 .The Bear Story 
1 .Present Continuous and Past Continuous and contrast of simple present and present continuous tenses 2. Reporting requests, commands and questions 3 .Story Writing 4 .Describing visuals 5. Rearranging Jumbled words into sentences 
1.Speaking assignments 2 .Narrating Incidents. 3. Speeches on fire safety and other disasters management. 


Periodic Written Test – II 10^{th} to 16^{th} December, 2021 


January 
20 
26 
Prose 9 .A Bicycle in Good Repair Poetry 8. Meadow Surprises Supplementary Reader 9. A Tiger in the House 
1. Modals 2. Combining two sentences into single sentences 3. Word forms with prefixes and suffixes 4 .Formal letters: Letters of Complaints

1.Sharing an experience of learning bicycle ride or other skills 2.Speaking on observations of Nature 3. composing simple poems on the theme of Nature 4.Narrating the experience of Visiting to a Zoo 


February 
24 
32 
Prose 10 .The Story of Cricket Poetry 9.Garden Snake Supplementary Reader 10.An Alien Hand

1 .Present Perfect and Past Perfect and present perfect continuous tenses 2. Conditional ClausesII 3. Adverbs 4. Word Puzzles 
1.Fact File Amazing Facts in Cricket ( collection of Pictures and World Records of Cricketers) 2.Listening to Motivational Talks 3. Collecting information on Mars Missions and other space missions like Mangal yaan, Chandra yaan2 etc.and presenting in the class 4. Presenting various facts about celestial bodies 


March 
REVISION AND ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS 


NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VIII SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS
Month 
No. of W Days 
No. of periods 
Main topic and subtopics to be covered 
Suggested Activities/Projects/ Practical 
Tests PWT/HY/ANN



APRIL

26 
26 
Review of Previous number systems ; operations and properties thereof.
Rational numbers, Properties of Rational Numbers, Properties of 0 and 1, Additive Inverse or Negative of a number, representation of a Rational Numbers on the number line. Finding Rational numbers between two rational numbers, Multiplicative Inverse or Reciprocals, Operations of Rational Numbers.
Expressions, Number line and an expression, Terms, factors and coefficient, Monomials, binomials and polynomials , Like and unlike terms, Addition and subtraction of algebraic expressions, Multiplication of algebraic expressions, Multiplying (i) a monomial by a monomial, (ii) monomial by a binomial, (iii) monomial by a trinomial (iv) binomial by a binomial (v) binomial by a trinomial Algebraic identities. Products using identities.

1.Locating rational numbers between two rational numbers using number line (activity)
2. Verify the different algebraic identities by paper cutting and pasting method.




1^{St} May to 10^{th} June 2021 
26 
26 
Introduction, Solving Linear Equations which have Linear expressions on one side and numbers on the other side, some applications and its word problems, Solving equations having the variable on both side, some more applications, Reducing equations to simpler form, Equations reducible to linear form.
Curves and Polygons, Classification of Polygons, Diagonals, Convex and Concave polygons, Regular and Irregular polygons, Angle sum property of a polygon Sum of the measures of the exterior angles of a polygon, Kinds of quadrilaterals, Trapezium, Kite and Parallelogram, Elements of a parallelogram, Properties of a parallelogram, Some special parallelograms, Rhombus, Square and Rectangle. Properties of these quadrilaterals.
Periodic Written Test –I 
3.To solve a linear equation by activity method.
4. Verify the sum of the exterior angles of a polygon is 360^{0 }by paper cutting and pasting method.
5. Compare the family of quadrilaterals and their properties. (tabulating similarities and differences) 
Periodic Written Test –I (LAST WEEK OF JULY 2021)



Periodic Written Test –I (LAST WEEK OF JULY 2021) 

August 2021 
25 
25 
Constructing a Quadrilateral when, 1. The length of four sides and diagonal are given. 2. Two diagonals and three sides are given 3. Two adjacent sides and three angles are given. 4. Three sides and two included angles are given. 5. Some special cases
SHAPES: Introduction, Views of 3D shapes, Mapping space around us, Faces, edges and vertices, Euler’s Formula.
Perfect Squares, Properties of square numbers, Patterns, Numbers between square numbers, Adding odd numbers, A sum of consecutive natural numbers, product of two consecutive even or odd natural numbers, some more patterns in square numbers, Finding the square of a number, other Patterns in square, Pythagorean triplets, Square roots, Finding square roots by repeated subtraction, through prime factorization, by division method, Estimating square root.

6. Verify the Euler’s formula for different polyhedrons by activity.
7. Working with patterns on square and square roots.




Sept & Oct 2021 
26 
26 
Cubes, patterns, Smallest multiple that is a perfect cube, Cube roots , cube roots through prime factorization method, Cube roots, Cube root of a of a cube number by estimation method.

8. Working with patterns on cubes and cube roots. 
HALF YEARLY EXAMS SEPT/ OCT 2021 


Revision & Half yearly examination Upto cubes and cube roots only. Term1 Examination ( Sept/Oct 2021) 

Autumn Break (09.10.2021 – 14.11.2021) 

Nov 2021

15 
15 
Laws of exponents, Use of exponents to express small numbers in standard form, Comparing very large numbers and very small numbers.
Factors of natural numbers, Factors of algebraic expressions, Factorization by (i) method of common factors, (ii) regrouping terms, (iii) using identities
Division of algebraic expressions: Division of i) monomial by another monomial (ii) a polynomial by a monomial (iii) Polynomial by a polynomial. Finding errors.

9. Finding factors by i) activity method Ii) splitting the middle term 10. Finding profit, loss, profit% and loss% for any given data collected from locality firms/newspapers

*Additional periods to be managed by taking extra classes



11.COMPARING QUANTITIES: Recalling ratios and percentages, Finding the increase or decrease percentage, Finding discount, Profit and loss, Sales tax/value added tax/GST,. Compound interest, Deducing a formula for compound interest, Interest compounded Annually or half yearly, Application of compound interest formula.
12.DIRECT AND INVERSE PROPORTIONS: Introduction, Direct proportion, Inverse Proportion practical situations, verbal problems and other exercise problems.

11. Comparing Simple interest and compound interest per annum and half yearly and quarterly for given information.
12. Identifying and listing some real life situations on direct and inverse proportions.

Periodic Written Test –II (3^{rd} week of Dec 2021) (Tentative) 


Jan 2022 
28 
28 
13.MENSURATION: Introduction, Area of trapezium, Area of a general polygon, Solid shapes, Surface area of Cube, Cuboids and Cylinder Volume of Cube, Cuboids and Cylinder, Volume and capacity. 14.DATA HANDLING: Looking for information, Organizing data, Grouping data and making grouped frequency distribution, Bars with a difference, Circle graph or Pie chart, Drawing piecharts, Chance and probability, getting a result, Equally likely outcomes, Linking chances to probability, Outcomes as events, chance and probability related to real life.

13. Activities on surface areas and volumes for different 3D objects by making their nets.
14. To collect data and represent this as a Bar Graph and Histogram.




Winter Break (13.01.2022 – 17.01.2022 )


Feb 2022 
24 
24 
15.INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHS: A bar graph, A pie graph, A histogram, A line graph, Linear graphs, location of a point, Coordinates, Some applications. 16. PLAYING WITH NUMBERS: Numbers in general form, Reversing the digits two digit number, three digit number. Forming three digit number with given three digits, Letters for digits, Tests of divisibility. 
15.Drawing line graphs by taking the data of marks obtained in different subjects of in a given examination by himself/herself. 16.Drawing a double bar graph for the marks obtained in different subjects by a student in different subjects in an examination. Also drawing a pie chart of the average time spent by students in different activities in the Vidyalaya during a given day. 17. Number puzzles




March 2022 


Revision and annual exams


Note: *The periods available for a month are calculated as per the Holidays/ vacations tentatively. However, extra classes may be taken if the syllabus part is not completed as per the suggested allotment. Assignments to be given to students periodically. * The exact dates and time schedules of the PWT/HY/Annual exams will be intimated by NVS from time to time. *At least 10 activities have to be conducted excluding Art Education in Math project. Different lab activities are suggested in the NCERT website or link https://ncert.nic.in/sciencelaboratorymanual.php?ln= they can be used. *Apart from the activities, one Art Education project in Math must be done by each student integrated with other scholastic subjects (As per CBSE guidelines).

NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITHI, NOIDA
SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VIII SUBJECT: SCIENCE
Sl. No: 
Name of Chapter 
Marks allotted 
1 
Crop Production and Management 
4 
2 
Microorganisms: Friend and Foe 
5 
3 
Synthetic Fibres and Plastics 
4 
4 
Materials: Metals and Non metals 
6 
5 
Coal and Petroleum 
3 
6 
Combustion and Flame 
4 
7 
Conservation of Plants and Animals 
3 
8 
Cell – Structure and Functions 
6 
9 
Reproduction in Animals 
5 
10 
Reaching the Age of Adolescence 
5 
11 
Force and Pressure 
6 
12 
Friction 
4 
13 
Sound 
4 
14 
Chemical Effects of Electric Current 
5 
15 
Some Natural Phenomena 
4 
16 
Light 
5 
17 
Stars and Solar System 
3 
18 
Pollution of Air and Water 
4 
SPLIT UP SYLLABUS
Class: VIII Subject: Science
Month 
No: of Days 
No: of Periods 
Main Topics & Sub Topics to be covered 
Activities/Projects 
Test 
April 2021 
24 
8 
1. Crop Production and Management: Agricultural Practices, Basic Principles of crop production, Preparation of soil, Sowing, Adding Manure and Fertilizers, Irrigation, Protection from weeds, Harvesting, Storage, Food from Animals 
Activities 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook Correction 
PWT1 
12 
2. Microorganisms: Friend and Foe: Microorganisms, Where do Microorganisms live, Harmful microorganisms, Food Preservation, Nitrogen Fixation, Nitrogen cycle 
Activities 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Assignment 

4 
3. Synthetic Fibres and Plastics: What are synthetic fibres, types of synthetic fibres, characteristics of synthetic fibres, 
Activities 3.1, 3.2 

May 2021 
26 
6 
3. Synthetic Fibres and Plastics: Plastics, Plastics as materials of choice, Plastics and the environment. 
Extended Learning Activities and Projects


11 
11. Force and Pressure: Force – a Push or a Pull, Foeces are due to an interaction, Exploring forces, A force can change the State of Motion, Force can change the shape of an object, Contact forces, Noncontact Forces, Pressure, Pressure exerted by liquids and gases, Atmospheric Pressure, 
Activities 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 11.5, 11.6, 11.7, 11.8, 11.9, 11.10, 11.11 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook Correction


9 
4. Materials: Metals and Non metals: Physical Properties of Metals and Nonmetals, Chemical properties of metals and Nonmetals, Uses of metals and nonmetals. 
Activities 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.8 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Quiz


June 2021 
9 

PWT1 


July & August 2021 
26 
10 
7. Conservation of Plants and Animals: Deforestation and its causes, Consequences of Deforestation, Conservation of Forest and Wildlife, Biosphere Reserve, Flora and Fauna, Endemic Species, Wildlife Sanctuary, National Park, Red Data Book, Migration, Recycling of Paper, Reforestation 
Activities 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects

Half yearly Examinations 
8 
12. Friction: Force of Friction, Factors affecting Friction, Friction: A necessary Evil, Increasing and reducing Friction, Wheels reduce Friction, Fluid Friction 
Activities12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.4and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


8 
5. Coal and Petroleum: Exhaustible and Inexhaustible Natural Resources, Coal, Petroleum, Natural Gas, Some Natural Resources are Limited 
Activities 5.1, 5.2 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


September 2021 
14 
8 
13. Sound: Sound is produced by a vibrating body, Sound produced by Humans, Sound needs a medium for propagation, We hear sound through our ears, Amplitude, Time Period and Frequency of Vibrations, Audible and Inaudible Sounds, Noise and Music, Noise Pollution 
Activities 13.1, 13.2, 13.3, 13.4, 13.5, 13.6, 13.7, 13.8, 13.9, 13.10, 13.11 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


6 
Revision for half yearly exams and Half Yearly Examinations 
Practice for PISA Type Questions 

October & November 2021 
23 
7 
6. Combustion and Flame: What is Combustion, How do we control fire, Types of Combustion, Flame, Structure of a Flame, Fuel Efficiency 
Activities 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Assignment

PWT2

7 
8. Cell Structure and Function: Discovery of the cell, The Cell, Organisms show Variety in Cell Number, Shape and Size, Cell Structure and Function, Parts of the Cell, Comparison of Plant and Animal Cell 
Activities 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Notebook Correction


9 
14. Chemical Effects of Electric Current: Do Liquids Conduct Electricity, Chemical Effects of Electric Current, Electroplating 
Activities 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5, 14.6, 14.7 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


December 2021 
25 
10 
15. Some Natural Phenomena: Lightning, Charging by Rubbing, Types of Charges and their Interactions, Transfer of charge, The Story of Lightning, Lightning Safety, Earthquake 
Activities 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.5, 15.6 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


10 
10. Reaching the Age of Adolescence: Adolescence and Puberty, Changes at Puberty, Secondary Sexual Characters, Roles of hormones in initiating Reproductive Function, Reproductive phase of life in Humans. How is sex of the baby determined, Hormones other than sex hormones, Role of hormone in completing the Life History of Insects and Frogs, Reproductive Health, Say “No” to Drugs

Activities 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6 and Extended Learning Activities and ProjectsAssignment


5 
Revision for PWT2 
Practice for PISA Type Questions 

January 2022 
20 
10 
9. Reproduction in Animals: Modes of Reproduction, Sexual reproduction, Asexual Reproduction 
Activities 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Quiz

Yearly Examinations ( Question paper will contain 30% questions from Term I syllabus and entire Tem II syllabus) 
10 
16. Light: What makes things visible, Laws of Reflection, Regular and Diffused Reflection, Reflected light can be reflected again, Multiple images, Sunlight white or coloured, What is inside our eyes, Care of the eyes, Visually challenged persons can read and write, What is the Braille system, 
Activities 16.1, 16.2, 16.3, 16.4, 16.5, 16.6, 16.7, 16.8, 16.9, 16.10, and Extended Learning Activities and Projects Practice for PISA Type Questions 

February 2022 
23 
4 
17. Stars and Solar system:The Moon, The Stars, Constellations, The Solar System, Some other members of the Solar System, 
Activities17.1, 17.2, 17.3, 17.4, 17.5, 17.6, 17.7, 17.8, 17.9, 17.10 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects


10 
18. Pollution of Air and Water: Air Pollution, How does air get polluted, Case study the Taj Mahal, Greenhouse Effect, What can be done, Water Pollution, How does water get polluted, What can be done 
Activities 18.1, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4, 18.5, 18.6, 18.7, 18.8 and Extended Learning Activities and Projects



9 
Revision for Yearly Examinations Practice Test for complete syllabus to be conducted at the Vidyalaya Level. 
Practice for PISA Type Questions 

March 2022 


Revision & Yearly Examinations 
SUBJECT ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 202122
SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCEIENCE CLASS: VIII
INSTRUCTIONS:
CLASS  VIII 
SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCIENCE (1^{st} TERM) 

APRIL ACTIVITY 1: MAP SKILLS

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Identification Labelling & Accuracy Presentation /Neatness 
2 marks 2 marks 1 marks

MAY ACTIVITY :2 PROJECT WORK

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Inquisitiveness Resources Subject Matter Presentation 
1mark 1mark 2 marks 1 mark

JUNE (Up to June 10) ACTIVITY :3 QUIZ

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Alertness Thinking Skill Time Management Application of Knowledge 
1mark 2mark 1 marks 1 mark

JULY/AUGUST ACTIVITY:4 SURVEY/COLLECTION OF STAMPS, COINS etc.

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Collection of information Presentation (Charts/albums) 
3mark 2 marks

SEPTEMBER ACTIVITY: 5 SOCIAL SCIENCE EXHIBITION

Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Data Collection Presentation 
3mark 2 marks

TERM II 

OCTOBER ACTIVITY 1: MAP SKILLS 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Identification Labelling & Accuracy Presentation /Neatness 
2 marks 2 marks 1 marks 
NOVEMBER ACTIVITY :2 PROJECT WORK 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Inquisitiveness Resources Subject Matter Presentation 
1mark 1mark 2 marks 1 mark 
DECEMBER ACTIVITY: 3 SCRAP BOOK OR VISIT TO HISTORICAL PLACE 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Observation Understanding Application of Knowledge 
2 marks 1 marks 2 marks 
JANUARY ACTIVITY :4 QUIZ 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Alertness Thinking Skill Time Management Application of Knowledge 
1mark 2mark 1 marks 1 mark 
FEBRUARY ACTIVITY :5 DEBTE/DISCUSSION 
Areas of Assessment ( Rubrics ) Participation Knowledge 
2mark 3 marks 
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VIII SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCIENCE
S.NO 
MONTH 
NO OF DAYS 
PERIOD AVAILABE 
UNITS/SUBUNITS TO BE COVERED 
PERIOD REQUIRED 
TEST/EXAM 
1 
APRIL 
25 
20 
1.How,When,and Where 2.From Trade to Territory 3.Resources 4.The Indian Constitution 
05 05 05 05 

2 
MAYJUNE (10^{th} JUNE) 
32 
23 
5.Understand Secularism 6.Ruling the Countryside 7. Tribals,Dikus, and Vision of a Golden Age. 8.Land,Soil,Water,Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources 
04 06 06
07 
1to6 lessons for PWTI 
3 
(FROM 29^{TH}) JULYAUGUST 
27 
22 
9. Why Do We Need a Parliament 10.When People Rebel 11.Colonialism and The City 12.Mineral and Power Resources 
05 06 06 05 

4 
SEPTEMBER 
25 
12 
13.Understanding Laws 14.Ariculture REVISION AND EXAMS 
06 06 
1 to 14 lessons for Term1 EXAM 




(1) 20 MARKS FOR PERIODIC ASSESSMENT {10 MARKS FOR PEROIDIC TEST, 5 MARKS FOR NOTE BOOK SUBMISSION & 5 MARKS FOR SUBJECT ENRICHMENT} 2) 80 MARKS FOR HALF YEARLY OR TERM1 TOTAL:100 MARKS 


5 
OCT/NOVEMBER 
26+ 
22+ 
15.Weavers ,Iron Smelters and Factory Owners 16.Civilizing The Native, Educating The Nation 17.Women,Caste And Reform 18.Industries. 19.Judiciary 
06 06 06 05 05 

6 
DECEMBER 
26 
22 
20.The Changing World of Visual Arts (REMOVED) 21.Understanding Our Criminal Justice System 22.The Making Of The National Movement (1870s – 1947) 23.Understanding Marginalization 
06 10 06 
15 to 21 lessons for PWTII (20^{th} Lesson Removed from syllabus) 
7 
JANUARY 
26 
23 
24.Human Resource 25.Confronting Marginalization 26.Public Facilities 
08 08 07 

8 
FEBRUARY 
12 
10 
27.India After Independence 28.Law And Social Justice 
05 05 

9 
MARCH 


REVISON AND FINAL EXAM 

15to28 lessons for Final Examination and 30% Syllabus from First Term 




(1) 20 MARKS FOR PERIODIC ASSESSMENT {10 MARKS FOR PEROIDIC TEST, 5 MARKS FORNOTE BOOK SUBMISSION & 5 FOR SUBJECT ENRICHMENT} 2) 80 MARKS FOR YEARLY EXAM OR TERMII TOTAL:100 MARKS 


NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: VIII SUBJECT: ENGLISH TOTAL MARKS80
S. No. 
Sections/ Areas of testing 
Marks allotted 
1 
Reading section  Section  A 
15 Marks 
2 
Writing section – Section B 
15 Marks 
3 
Grammar  Section C 
15 Marks 
4 
Literature  Section D 
35 Marks 

Total Marks 
80 Marks 
Month 
No of days 
No of periods 
Main topics and Subtopics to be covered 
Grammar activities / Composition 
Subject Enrichment Activities / Assignment

APRIL 
26 
34

Prose 1.The Best Christmas Present in the World. Poem 1. The Ant and the Cricket. Supplementary 1. How the Camel Got His Hump. 2.Children at Work

1.Use of Simple Past and Past Perfect Tense 2.Phrasal Verbs 3.Nouns and Adjectives 4. Correct form of verbs (cloze type/choosing from the option etc.) 5. Article writing 
Group discussion on a.the different ways to end the conflicts between nations. b. Discussion on war and peace.
Speaking Tasks – a. Dignity of work, b. It is never too late to have a happy childhood. c. Interviewing a Street Child d. Narrating a fable

MAY 
22 
28 
Prose 2.The Tsunami 3. Glimpses of the Past Poem 2. Geography Lesson. 3. Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Supplementary 3.The Selfish Giant

1. Active and Passive voice 2.Narration 3. Story writing 4.Format – Dairy entry How to write Dairy. 5. Reported Speech 
a. As a brain storming session, showing relevant videos on natural disasters and making them speak on precautions and care ( Disaster Management) b. As Group Activity providing Picture story based on historical events and asking them to narrate the story. c. Collecting information about leaders of freedom struggle. d. collecting information about Bala Puraskar Recipients

JUNE 
3 
4 
Supplementary
4. The Treasure Within 

a. Interview of eminent personalities in various fields.

PERIODIC WRITTEN TEST – I 4^{th} to 10^{st} June, 2021 

JULY 
3 
4 
Prose 4.Bepin Choudhury’s Lapse of Memory

a. Simple past & present perfect.

a. Collect and simple review on Tagore’s famous poems.

AUGUST 
25 
33 
Poem 4. The Last Bargain. Supplementary 5.Princess September 6. The Fight Prose 5.The Summit Within

a. Formal letter writing (Request Complaints enquiries, Application). b. Using of has to/ have to/ had to c. Idioms and Phrases d. rearranging jumbled words into form suitable idioms

a. Narrating some pranks played by your friends on you and your reaction to it and vice versa. b. Dramatization of the story “The Fight” c. Enacting the story “The Fight” 
SEPTEMBER 
20 
26 
Prose 6. This is Jody’s Fawn Poem 5. The School Boy
Supplementary 7.The Open Window

a. Nouns with Suffixes b. phrases and meanings (using suitable phrases in cloze type/matching etc.) c. Simple present & present continuous tenses d. Pronouns & Adjectives e. Short writing tasks with verbal & visual inputs. f. informal letters

. a. Making a profile on mountaineers like Bachendri Pal, Santosh Yadav, and Edmund Hillary. b. Discussion on topics like feeling of a caged bird and a free bird c. School should be a place for joyful living d. Prevention of cruelty to Animals. e. Dramatization and Enact the lesson ‘The Open Window’ in groups

HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION – 27^{th} September to 8^{th} October, 2021 

NOVEMBER 
13 
17 
Prose 7.A Visit to Cambridge Poem 6.When I set out for Lyonnesse 
a. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs b. Participles c. Use of different forms of adjectives. d. Notice Writing e. informal letters f. Unseen passages 
a. Making profiles of eminent personalities who are physically challenged like Stephen Hawking. b. interviewing the physically challenged people in their town/district 
DECEMBER 
24 
32 
Prose 8.A Short Monsoon Diary Poem 7. On the grass hopper and the cricket Supplementary 8.Jalebis

. a. Noun forms. b. simple past and past continuous Tenses c. Mixed Tenses Exercises d. Paragraph/Story writing with given inputs 
a. Collect information and pictures of the local flora and fauna for the school notice board. b. Observe and note the changes in seasons. Make a diary entry of these changes c. speeches on changes in nature in various seasons d. composing simple poems on seasons/nature 
PERIODIC WRITTEN TEST – II 10^{th} to 16^{th} December, 2021 

JANUARY 
20

26 
Prose – 9.The Great Stone FaceI
Supplementary 9.The cometI 10.The cometII

a. Subject verb agreement b. Noun forms c. Prefixes& suffixes to change forms of the root words.. 
a. Talk about the music in nature. b. Interview of Sh. Jayant Narlikar can be downloaded and be screened for the student. c. Imagine that you are Ernest. Narrate the story that his mother told him d. Narration of incidents in 1^{st} person 
FEBRUARY 
24 
32 
Prose 10.The Great Stone Face II Supplementary 11. Ancient Education System of India

a. Prepositions b. Connectors c. Jumbled sentences. Editing / omission d. future tense (using will and going to) 
a. Book Review on Science Fiction Or adventurous stories.
b. Debate on the topic ‘All Customs and Traditions are outdated and must be banned’ c. Debate on how the comet colliding with the earth was averted. 
MARCH 
REVISION AND ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS 
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS 202122
CLASS VIII SUBJECT: ART (VISUAL)
MONTH 
PERIODS 
TOPICS TO COVER 
MEDIUM / MATERIALS 
APRIL 
8 
PRINCIPLES OF ART AND DESIGN: Balance Unity Variety Emphasis Movement Pattern Proportion principle of Art can be demonstrated with the help of various examples with its traditional & contemporary outlook creative use of these principles can help the child to make his art work with more perfection. STUDY OF OBJECTS (STILL LIFE): (a) Basics of still life (b) How to make objects with Pencil (c) Proportion and Perspective (d) Show light & shade using pencil (e) (Use different mediums like water colour .Crayon, Charcoal and explain the different method of painting and Drawing Understand the term Tone & Tint Opaque Colour Painting, Monochrome Painting , Transparent method etc. (f) Arrange at least two or three objects for still life for the practical session 
Different Mediums furniture separate Art Room is required for Still Life with light Source 
MAY 
8 
STUDY OF NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT: (a) Brief knowledge of nature and Environment. (b) Outdoor Sketching (c) Indoor flower, Foliage study. (d) perspective ,View point, Horizon, foot level, Sky level etc. (e) Proportion , use of suitable textures, Contrast and Unique compositions (Students may be instructed to prepare an outdoor study composition with the effective use of all the above said areas . Students can prepare a composition based on the outdoor study and express their creative identity, style and process of Forms, Shapes, line, light and shade etc. for developing a work of Art. 
Charcoal / Pencil / Water Colour/Drawing board can be provided 
JUNE 
8 
COMPOSITION DRAWING: (a) Memory drawing (b) How to compose a painting /drawing on day to day life subject, i.e. regional fare, views of a village, views of market, busy city, rainy season, etc. (c) Composition of Traditional Art Werly Painting ( Students May be showed a Presentation about Traditional Werly painting . 
Pencil Or Colour 


11.06.2021 to 28.07.2021 Vacation 

JULY/AUGUST 
8 
GREETING CARD : Preparation of greetings for different occasions in different methods like drawing, colouring, pasting, crafted work etc. And instruct the student to prepare with Greeting cards/ Birthday cards with the help of various free Softwares, Android Apps During their vacation. Students can be encouraged to use multimedia/ Android based greeting card designing etc. with the help of Advanced open Softwares . 
Clay / Paper Pulp / Pop / Any Other If Available , If separate Art Room is provided with equipments 
SEPT 

FOLK ART : (a) Concept of folk art (origin, History, social , impact) (b) Regional folk art (available in their nearby places) (c) Style and colour combination (d) Understand life style, Medium and festivals of the Tribal group and area where the folk Art was originated . Teacher can arrange a local visit to the local Art Gallery/Art Exhibition/Craft Mela/ Village craftsman work área. Principal can arrange a field visit or a workshop to understand more about the different Skills and Techniques used for Creating Art Work by the local Artists.

Depends Upon The Art Form Requirement/ The Head of the Institution should make necessary arrange meant for showing/ participating the students in their Local Festival time . The travelling expenditure can be given from Vidyalaya 
OCT 
8 
Art integrated activity related to The pared state suggested by CBSE The teacher can motivate the students to understand the various art / craft /culture based information’s and its integrated approaches with various subjects. 

NOV 
8 
DESIGN DRAWING: (a) Concept of Design (b) Types of design  Geometrical  Natural0  Decorative  Abstract (c) Rangoli(as per availability of materials)

Pencil / Poster Colour / Powder Colours 
DEC. 

Portfolio submission of Art/Activities/ Achievements softcopy/ Hard copy ( 10 12 pages) and submit before Annual Art Examination 

NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI NEW DELHI
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS 202122
CLASS VIII
SUBJECT: ART (VISUAL)
MONTH 
NO.OF DAYS 
PERIODS AVAILABLE 
WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS FOR THE UNIT 
TOPICS TO COVER 
MEDIUM / MATERIALS 
APRIL 

8 

PICTURE COMPOSITION Different type of Composition · Symmetrical balance. · Asymmetrical balance. · Radial balance. · Rule of thirds. · Leading lines. · Golden Ratio. · Framing Students can prepare various subjects and its ideal composition with different size of canvas , wall/ Paper/ Clay etc. . 
Colour / Colour Paper / Old Colourful Magazine 
MAY 

8 

COLLAGE: a. Concept of Collage b. Use of news paper/ colored paper/ magazine etc. c. Process/ composition & Balance. d. Group activity for making A paper collage With the use of Glossy Printed Magazine Paper/and gum on board / sand /paper etc.

Poster / Water Colour / Crayons / Pencil / Ink 
JUNE 

8 

Portrait Study
a. Basic Compositional Portrait study b. Use of various Mediums like Water colour .Monochrome & multichrome. c. Basic Nature of Light and shade d. Tone and Tint Observing the portrait study of old masters

Crayons / Pencil / Ink 




11.06.2021 to 28.07.2021 Vacation 

JULY/ AUG 



STUDY OF ANIMALS , BIRDS AND ANIMALS : Concept of sketch How to do free hand speed sketches Out door Sketching .

Poster / Water Colour / Crayons / Pencil / Ink 
AUGUST 
8 
8 

HUMAN FIGURE ANATOMY
Human anatomy Body Rhythm & Character Various Proportion based on head Simple Light & shade Perspective in different angles
one student of class can be a model for free hand sketching in different action for few minutes. and they can prepare Human figure Composition based on daytoday life activities
ie, Bus station, Football Play, village mela, playground . Street views. Science lab, Computer lab etc. memory composition based of a poem/ story/ of their text books with the insight of Art Integrated activity

Paper / Pencil/ Clay etc. 
SEPT 

8 

ILLUSTRATIONS AND BOOK COVER DESIGNING: a. Concept of book cover design. b. How to prepare book cover design. c. Theme d. Title e. Composition f. Illustration g. Colour combination h. Calligraphy The school may be furnished the Art Room with a High end Computer and Colour Printer and internet connectivity for the demonstration of Digital Art / and to show the open Soft wares . To motivate students a local Graphic Designer can be invited to the school to train the students ( One Day Workshop )

Poster / Water Colour / Crayons / Pencil / Ink Few High end System with Photo Editing Software 
OCT 

8 

CLAY MODELING /PAPER PULP: a. Preparation of three dimensional objects Animals, birds and human figure round and relief works .Low relief and high relief.
b. Show the images of murals, sculpture of Konark (orissa) terracotta temple of Bishnupur(West Bengal),Tajmahal,Lal kila Mahabalipuram etc.

Poster / Water Colour / Crayons / Pencil / Ink 
NOV/
DEC 

8
8 

STENCIL AND PRINTING: Concept of stencil. Making of stencil(Technique) Spray by tooth brush/ Sponge etc. RGB & CYMK Mode
The Teacher can give a demonstration about latest Printing technology ie, Screen print, Laser printing. UV printing, CNC Cutting, 3D printer Digital Printing with different areas, inkjet, laser, Colour Laser, offset etc. to get an idea about the contemporary trends in Printing. With the help of multimedia.
Portfolio submission of Art/Activities/ Achievements softcopy/ Hard copy ( 10 12 pages) and submit before Annual Art Examination

Box Board Masking Tape Poster / Water Colour / Ink 
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS FOR 202122
ClassVIII SUBJECT: Music
APRIL:
MAY:
JUNE:
[ 11 JUNE 2021 FRIDAY TO 28 JULY 2021 WEDNESDAY SUMMER VACATION ]
AUGUST:
SEPTEMBER :
[09 OCTOBER 2021 Saturday to 14 November 2021 Sunday Autumn Break ]
OCTOBER/ NOVEMBER :
DECEMBER :
JANUARY:
[13 January 2022 to 17 January 2022 ,Winter Break]
FEBUARY :
MARCH:
CLASS: VIII SUBJECT: PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Month 
Physical Education 
Physical & Health Education Theory 

Morning 
Evening 

April 
Jogging and warming up. 
Selecting students to appropriate games and sports based on battery test analysis. Cricket Basket ball Athletics: Basic skills of Jumps, Throws and Track events 

Free hand exercises for 
1. Human Body  Mental health & 

coordination. 
mental illness 

Battery test (to analyze their 
2. Growth & development 

ability 
3. Role of heredity, 

Yogasana: 
4. Emotional development 

Suryanamaskara, 
5. Concern for physical appearance, 

Vruksasana, 
existing social values & norms. 

Paadahasthasana. 


MAY/JUNE PWT1 
Jogging and warming up. Free hand exercises for coordination. Yogasana: suryanamaskara, Naukasana, Bhujangasana 
Athletics: Different skills practice for jumps, throws and track events. Improved skills practice in the taken games 
1. T arget & goal setting. 2. Identifying strategies to achieve it 3.Identifying own strength and weakness 4.Evaluating the opponent team and planning own team’s strategy 5.Measurements of cricket pitch and basket ball court. 
August 
Jogging and warming up. General warming up an coordination exercises. March past practice. Yogasana: Suryanamaskara, Gomukhasana, Matsyaasana Pranayam – sheetli Pranayam ,Kapalbhati Pranayam 
Practice of basic skills of cricket (bowling) &basket ball. Jumps and throws and related exercises. 
1. Orientation to sports skills – for recreation& competitions 2. How to recreate through physical activities, recreational games such as badminton, tabletennis etc 3. Fundamental skills of any two major games as per the availability of facilities. 4. Rules and regulations of cricket and Basket ball. 
September 
General conditioning exercises. Group activities for coordination (aerobics). Yogasana: Suryanamaskara, Yogamudrasana, and Paschimotthanasana. 
Volley ball & throw ball basics. Lead up activities for speed development in athletics. Practice of skills and Techniques of the taken game. 
1. Agility  how to test our agility for fitness –push up, bent knee situps, shuttle run etc 2. Pollutiontypes & effects.
3. Rules and regulations of volley ball & throw ball 

athletics, hurdling Exercises 


HALFYEARLY EXAMINATION 
October/ November 
General Fitness exercises, Mobility exercises. Yoga Suryanamaskar, Makarasana & Pavanamukthasana. 
Improvised skills of volley ball and throw ball. Athletics: Strength related activities for throws and jumps. 
1. Yoga  Asanas & Kriyas 2. Flexibility & static contraction of muscles. 3. Role of Meditation for improving the concentration. 4. Qualities of healthy mind. 5. Measurements of Volley ball & throw ball courts. 6. Duties and responsibility of officials. 
December 
Coordination movements Gymnastics: hand stand and rolls. Yogasana: Suryanamaskara, and previous asanas. 
Coordination movements Gymnastics: hand stand and rolls. Yogasana: Suryanamaskara, and previous asanas. 
1. We and Our Environment – water, hygiene & sanitation 2. Importance of water conservation – preventing water wastage at personal level, family level & community level 3.Seed banking – learning about indigenous seed varieties. 4.Strategies of volley ball & throw balls. 
January 
General Fitness exercises and practice of previous activities. Practice of different formations in hoops. Yogasana: Suryanamaskara, and previous Asanas March Past Practice, dumbbells, Lazium and wands exercises 
Practice/friendly matches. Athletics: Improvised techniques for start and finish. 
1. Food & Nutrition – Food practices, food choices, globalization of food practices 2. Fasting, nutritional anaemia 3. Genetically modified food – usefulness & the harm that these foods can cause. 4. Leadership qualities. 
February/ March 
General conditioning exercise Various coordination exercises. Pyramid practice Yogasana: practice of Suryanamaskar and previous asanas. PranayamUjjai Pranayama, Kapalbhati Pranayama 
Battery test and practice matches. 
1. Safety & security – safety from animals & animal bites 2. Prevention& treatment of snakebite, animal attacks, dog bites etc 3. Firstaid – situations which require first aid 4. Information about Hospitals & PHCs 5. Social health – Listening to others, doing negotiations, making decisions, being assertive, solving problems, being confident, caring for nature etc 
YEARLY EXAMINATION 
Suggestions:
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI: NOIDA
SPLIT OF SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 202122
CLASS: IX SUBJECT: ENGLISH (LANG. AND LITERATURE, CODE184)
Sections 
Competencies 
Total marks 
% Weightage 
Reading Comprehension 
Conceptual understanding, decoding, analyzing, inferring, interpreting and vocabulary 
20 
25% 
Writing Skill and Grammar 
Creative expression of an opinion, reasoning, justifying, illustrating, appropriacy of style, vocabulary and tone, using appropriate format and fluency. Applying conventions, using integrated structures with accuracy and fluency 
20 
25% 
Literature Textbook and Supplementary Reading Text 
Recalling, reasoning, appreciating, applying literary conventions illustrating and justifying etc. Extract relevant information, identifying the central theme and subtheme, understanding the writers’ message, values imbibed and writing fluently. 
40 
50% 
Total 

80 



TOTAL NO OF PERIODS 




A 
Reading Skills(40periods) 





B 
Writing Skills with Grammar (40 periods) 





C 
Literature Textbooks and Supplementary Reading Text(50 periods) 




Bridge course:  Keeping in view the teaching learning process of the academic year 202021 (pandemic, online teaching and attendance of the students) the subject teachers may make use of the first fortnight of the month to strengthen the learning gaps.


MONTH 
PERIODS 
English Reader Beehive 
Supplementary Reader Moments 
Reading And Writing 
Grammar 

APRIL 
26 
1. The Fun They Had 2. The Road Not Taken (Poem) 
1. The Lost Child

Unseen passages for comprehension Poetry, factual, literary, discursive

Tenses Gap Filling using tenses Editing based on tenses 

MAY/ UP TO 10^{TH} JUNE 
26 
1. The Sound of Music 2. Wind (Poem) 3. Rain on the Roof (Poem) 4. The Little Girl 
1 . The Adventures of Toto. 2 .Iswaran ‘The Story Teller’ 
Letter Writing 1 Informalpersonal, such as to family and friends 2. Formal letters to the principal of a school or to the editor of a Newspaper or a magazine

Modals Editing based on modals Sentence Reordering, 

Periodic Written Test – 1 

AUGUST 
26 
1. A Truly Beautiful Mind 2. The Lake Isle of Innis free (Poem) 3. The Snake and the Mirror 
1. In the Kingdom of Fools.

1. Article, Speech or Debate based on visual Or verbal input. 2. Writing a Diary with verbal inputs 
Clause: Noun Clauses, Adverb Clauses of condition and time, Relative clauses 

SEPTEMBER 
25 
1. A Legend of the Northland 2. My Childhood 
1. The Happy Prince
2.Weathering the Storm in Ersama 
1. Report for a school magazine 2. Story Writing – picture or verbal inputs

Reported SpeechCommands, Requests, Statements, Questions 

Last week of Sep / first week of Oct(Term1 exam / Periodic Written Test –2) 

NOVEMBER 
15 
1. Packing 2. No Men are Foreign

2.. The Last Leaf

1. Story Writing

1. Determiners 2. Prepositions 3. Integrated Grammar PracticeSentence Reordering, Editing/Omission, 

DECEMBER

25 
1. Reach for the Top 2. On Killing a Tree (Poem) 3.The Duck and the Kangaroo (Poem) 4..The Bond of Love 
1. A House is not a Home 
1. Report writing 2. Unseen passages for comprehension Poetry, factual, literary, discursive

Passive Voice Subject verb concord 

Periodic Written Test – 3 

JANUARY 
19 
1. The snake Trying (Poem) 2. A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal(Poem) 3 Kathmandu

1. The Accidental Tourist

1 . Article writing
2. Diary Entry 
1.Subject verb concord.. 2. Integrated Grammar Practice 

FEBRUARY 
23 
1. If I were You

1. The Beggar 
1. Letter WritingFormal Informal.

2. Integrated Grammar Exercise


MARCH 
25 
REVISION AND ANNUAL EXAMINATION


NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 – 22
Class: IX Subject: MATHEMATICS Subject Code: 041
General Guidelines:
examples.
unambiguous.
the learner to see flow of reason. Wherever possible give more
than one proof.
and clear argument reinforces mathematical thinking and
reasoning. There must be emphasis on correct way of
expressing their arguments.
motivate and illustrate logical argument and reasoning. All
constructions must include an analysis of the construction,
and proof for the steps taken to do the required construction
must be given.
number sense, operation sense, computation, measurement,
geometry, probability and statistics, the skill to calculate and
organize, the ability to apply this.
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPLITUP OF SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 – 22
Class: IX Subject: MATHEMATICS Subject Code: 041
Month & Year 
Days 
Periods 
Unit / Sub Unit to be covered 
Lab Activities 
April 2021 
24 
16 
Number Systems: REAL NUMBERS 1. Review of representation of natural numbers, integers and rational numbers on the number line. Representation of terminating / nonterminating recurring decimals on the number line through successive magnification. Rational numbers as recurring/ terminating decimals. Operations on real numbers. 2. Examples of nonrecurring/nonterminating decimals. Existence of nonrational numbers (irrational numbers) such as , and their representation on the number line. Explaining that every real number is represented by a unique point on the number line and conversely, viz. every point on the number line represents a unique real number. 3. Definition of n^{th} root of a real number. 4. Rationalization (with precise meaning) of real numbers of the type and (and their combinations) where x and y are natural numbers and a and b are integers. 5. Recall of laws of exponents with integral powers. Rational exponents with positive real bases (to be done by particular cases, allowing learner to arrive at the general laws.)

Activities 1 & 2 
06 
COORDINATE GEOMETRY The Cartesian plane, coordinates of a point, names and terms associated with the coordinate plane, notations, plotting points in the plane.


Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities and Checking of Note Books 

May 2021 
26 
23 
POLYNOMIALS Definition of a polynomial in one variable, with examples and counter examples. Coefficients of a polynomial, terms of a polynomial and zero polynomial. Degree of a polynomial. Constant, linear, quadratic and cubic polynomials. Monomials, binomials, trinomials. Factors and multiples. Zeros of a polynomial. Motivate and State the Remainder Theorem with examples. Statement and proof of the Factor Theorem. Factorization of ax^{2} + bx + c, a ≠ 0 where a, b and c are real numbers, and of cubic polynomials using the Factor Theorem. Recall of algebraic expressions and identities. Verification of identities: (x + y + z)^{2} = x^{2} + y^{2} + z^{2} + 2xy + 2yz + 2zx (x ± y)^{3} = x^{3} ± y^{3} ± 3xy(x ± y) x ^{3} _{ }± y^{3} = (x ± y) (x^{2} xy + y^{2}) x^{3} +y^{3} + z^{3} – 3xyz = (x + y + z) (x^{2} + y^{2} + z^{2} – xy – yz – zx) and their use in factorization of polynomials.

Activity 3 
04 
INTRODUCTION TO EUCLID’s GEOMETRY History  Geometry in India and Euclid's geometry. Euclid's method of formalizing observed phenomenon into rigorous Mathematics with definitions, common/obvious notions, axioms/postulates and theorems. The five postulates of Euclid. Equivalent versions of the fifth postulate. Showing the relationship between axiom and theorem, for example: (Axiom) 1. Given two distinct points, there exists one and only one line through them. (Theorem) 2. (Prove) Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common.



June 2021 
10 
Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities and Checking of Note Books & Revision for PWT – I Periodic Written Test – I 

July 2021 
03 
Home work Checking & Subject Enrichment Activities 

August 2021 
26 
15 
LINES AND ANGLES 1. (Motivate) If a ray stands on a line, then the sum of the two adjacent angles so formed is 180^{O} and the converse. 2. (Prove) If two lines intersect, vertically opposite angles are equal. 3. (Motivate) Results on corresponding angles, alternate angles, interior angles when a transversal intersects two parallel lines. 4. (Motivate) Lines which are parallel to a given line are parallel. 5. (Prove) The sum of the angles of a triangle is 180^{O}. 6. (Motivate) If a side of a triangle is produced, the exterior angle so formed is equal to the sum of the two interior opposite angles.



10 
STATISTICS Introduction to Statistics: Collection of data, presentation of data — tabular form, ungrouped / grouped, bar graphs, histograms (with varying base lengths), frequency polygons. Mean, median and mode of ungrouped data.


September 2021 
26 
15 
TRIANGLES 1. (Motivate) Two triangles are congruent if any two sides and the included angle of one triangle is equal to any two sides and the included angle of the other triangle (SAS Congruence). 2. (Prove) Two triangles are congruent if any two angles and the included side of one triangle is equal to any two angles and the included side of the other triangle (ASA Congruence). 3. (Motivate) Two triangles are congruent if the three sides of one triangle are equal to three sides of the other triangle (SSS Congruence). 4. (Motivate) Two right triangles are congruent if the hypotenuse and a side of one triangle are equal (respectively) to the hypotenuse and a side of the other triangle. (RHS Congruence) 5. (Prove) The angles opposite to equal sides of a triangle are equal. 6. (Motivate) The sides opposite to equal angles of a triangle are equal. 7. (Motivate) Triangle inequalities and relation between ‘angle and facing side' inequalities in triangles. 

09 
PROBABILITY History, Repeated experiments and observed frequency approach to probability. Focus is on empirical probability. (A large amount of time to be devoted to group and to individual activities to motivate the concept; the experiments to be drawn from real – life situations, and from examples used in the chapter on statistics). 
Activity 6 

Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities and Checking of Note Books 

October 2021 
08 
Periodic Written Test – II 

November 2021 
14 
13 
LINEAR EQUATIONS IN TWO VARIABLES Recall of linear equations in one variable. Introduction to the equation in two variables. Focus on linear equations of the type ax+by+c=0. Explain that a linear equation in two variables has infinitely many solutions and justify their being written as ordered pairs of real numbers, plotting them and showing that they lie on a line. Graph of linear equations in two variables. Examples, problems from real life, including problems on Ratio and Proportion and with algebraic and graphical solutions being done simultaneously. 
Activity 7 
December 2021 
25 
15 
QUADRILATERALS 1. (Prove) The diagonal divides a parallelogram into two congruent triangles. 2. (Motivate) In a parallelogram opposite sides are equal, and conversely. 3. (Motivate) In a parallelogram opposite angles are equal, and conversely. 4. (Motivate) A quadrilateral is a parallelogram if a pair of its opposite sides is parallel and equal. 5. (Motivate) In a parallelogram, the diagonals bisect each other and conversely. 6. (Motivate) In a triangle, the line segment joining the mid points of any two sides is parallel to the third side and in half of it and (motivate) its converse. 
Activities 8 & 9 
07 
Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles Review concept of area, recall area of a rectangle. 1. (Prove) Parallelograms on the same base and between the same parallels have equal area. 2. (Motivate) Triangles on the same base (or equal bases) and between the same parallels are equal in area. 

Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities and Checking of Note Books 

January 2022 
20 
15 
CIRCLES Through examples, arrive at definition of circle and related conceptsradius, circumference, diameter, chord, arc, secant, sector, segment, subtended angle. 1. (Prove) Equal chords of a circle subtend equal angles at the center and (motivate) its converse. 2. (Motivate) The perpendicular from the center of a circle to a chord bisects the chord and conversely, the line drawn through the center of a circle to bisect a chord is perpendicular to the chord. 3. (Motivate) There is one and only one circle passing through three given noncollinear points. 4. (Motivate) Equal chords of a circle (or of congruent circles) are equidistant from the center (or their respective centers) and conversely. 5. (Prove) The angle subtended by an arc at the center is double the angle subtended by it at any point on the remaining part of the circle. 6. (Motivate) Angles in the same segment of a circle are equal. 7. (Motivate) If a line segment joining two points subtends equal angle at two other points lying on the same side of the line containing the segment, the four points lie on a circle. 8. (Motivate) The sum of either of the pair of the opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral is 180° and its converse. 
Activity 10 
08 
CONSTRUCTIONS 1. Construction of bisectors of line segments and angles of measure 60^{o}, 90^{o}, 45^{o} etc., equilateral triangles. 2. Construction of a triangle given its base, sum/difference of the other two sides and one base angle. 3. Construction of a triangle of given perimeter and base angles. 
Activity 11 

Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities and Checking of Note Books Periodic Written Test – III 

February 2022 
24 
04 
HERON’s FORMULA Area of a triangle using Heron's formula (without proof) and its application in finding the area of a quadrilateral. 
Activity 12 
12 
SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES Surface areas and volumes of cubes, cuboids, spheres (including hemispheres) and right circular cylinders/cones. 

Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities and Checking of Note Books Revision & Intensive coaching for Subject Enrichment


March 2022 
Revision & Annual Examination 
COURSE STRUCTURE CLASS – IX (Mathematics)
Units 
Unit Name 
Marks 
I 
NUMBER SYSTEMS 
08 
II 
ALGEBRA 
17 
III 
COORDINATE GEOMETRY 
04 
IV 
GEOMETRY 
28 
V 
MENSURATION 
13 
VI 
STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY 
10 

Internal Assessment 
20 

Total 
100 
UNIT I: NUMBER SYSTEMS
Representation of terminating / nonterminating recurring decimals on the number line through
successive magnification. Rational numbers as recurring/ terminating decimals. Operations on real
numbers.
numbers) such as , and their representation on the number line. Explaining that every real
number is represented by a unique point on the number line and conversely, viz. every point on the
number line represents a unique real number.
combinations) where x and y are natural numbers and a and b are integers.
(to be done by particular cases, allowing learner to arrive at the general laws.)
UNIT II: ALGEBRA
Definition of a polynomial in one variable, with examples and counter examples. Coefficients of
a polynomial, terms of a polynomial and zero polynomial. Degree of a polynomial. Constant, linear, quadratic and cubic polynomials. Monomials, binomials, trinomials. Factors and multiples. Zeros of a polynomial. Motivate and State the Remainder Theorem with examples. Statement and proof of the Factor Theorem. Factorization of ax^{2} + bx + c, a ≠ 0 where a, b and c are real numbers, and of cubic polynomials using the Factor Theorem.
Recall of algebraic expressions and identities. Verification of identities:
(x + y + z)^{2} = x^{2} + y^{2} + z^{2} + 2xy + 2yz + 2zx
(x ± y)^{3} = x^{3} ± y^{3} ± 3xy(x ± y)
x ^{3} _{ }± y^{3} = (x ± y) (x^{2} xy + y^{2})
x^{3} +y^{3} + z^{3} – 3xyz = (x + y + z) (x^{2} + y^{2} + z^{2} – xy – yz – zx)
and their use in factorization of polynomials.
Recall of linear equations in one variable. Introduction to the equation in two variables.
Focus on linear equations of the type ax+by+c=0. Explain that a linear equation in two variables has infinitely many solutions and justify their being written as ordered pairs of real numbers, plotting them and showing that they lie on a line. Graph of linear equations in two variables. Examples, problems from real life, including problems on Ratio and Proportion and with algebraic and graphical solutions being done simultaneously.
UNIT III: COORDINATE GEOMETRY
COORDINATE GEOMETRY (06 Periods)
The Cartesian plane, coordinates of a point, names and terms associated with the coordinate plane, notations, plotting points in the plane.
UNIT IV: GEOMETRY
History  Geometry in India and Euclid's geometry. Euclid's method of formalizing observed
phenomenon into rigorous Mathematics with definitions, common/obvious notions, axioms/postulates and theorems. The five postulates of Euclid. Equivalent versions of the fifth postulate. Showing the relationship between axiom and theorem, for example:
(Axiom) 1. Given two distinct points, there exists one and only one line through them.
(Theorem) 2. (Prove) Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common.
and the converse.
intersects two parallel lines.
of the two interior opposite angles.
to any two sides and the included angle of the other triangle (SAS Congruence).
any two angles and the included side of the other triangle (ASA Congruence).
other triangle (SSS Congruence).
(respectively) to the hypotenuse and a side of the other triangle. (RHS Congruence)
side and in half of it and (motivate) its converse.
Review concept of area, recall area of a rectangle.
area.
Through examples, arrive at definition of circle and related conceptsradius, circumference, diameter, chord, arc, secant, sector, segment, subtended angle.
the line drawn through the center of a circle to bisect a chord is perpendicular to the chord.
respective centers) and conversely.
point on the remaining part of the circle.
same side of the line containing the segment, the four points lie on a circle.
and its converse.
triangles.
UNIT V: MENSURATION
Area of a triangle using Heron's formula (without proof) and its application in finding the area of a
quadrilateral.
Surface areas and volumes of cubes, cuboids, spheres (including hemispheres) and right circular cylinders/cones.
UNIT VI: STATISTICS & PROBABILITY
Introduction to Statistics: Collection of data, presentation of data — tabular form, ungrouped / grouped, bar graphs, histograms (with varying base lengths), frequency polygons. Mean, median and mode of ungrouped data.
History, Repeated experiments and observed frequency approach to probability.
Focus is on empirical probability. (A large amount of time to be devoted to group and to individual activities to motivate the concept; the experiments to be drawn from real – life situations, and from examples used in the chapter on statistics).
QUESTION PAPER DESIGN (2021 – 22)
Subject: MATHEMATICS (Code 041)
(One Paper)
Time: 3 Hrs. Class: IX Max. Marks: 80
Division 
Typology of Question 
No. of Questions 
Marks 
Total Marks 
Part – A 
Section – I Very Short Answer 
1 to 16 (16 Questions) 
1 
16 
Section – II Case Study Questions 
17 to 20 (04 Questions) 
4 
16 

Part – B 
Section – III Very Short Answer 
21 to 26 (06 Questions) 
2 
12 
Section – IV Short Answer Type 
27 to 33 (07 Questions) 
7 
21 

Section – V Long Answer Type 
34 to 36 (03 Questions) 
5 
15 


Total 
36 

80 
Internal Assessment (20M)
Pen Paper Test and Multiple Assessment (5 + 5) Note: In multiple Assessment Art Integrated project(s) should be incorporated. 
10 
Portfolio 
05 
Lab Practical (Lab activities to be done from the prescribed books) 
05 
General Instructions:
PART –A:
An examinee is to attempt any 4 out of 5 subparts.
PART – B:
4, Internal choice will be provided in 2 questions of 2 marks, 2 questions of 3 marks and 1
Question of 5 marks.
*****
NOTE: Any changes in the syllabus, if announced by CBSE during the academic year 202122,has to
be incorporated in the split up of syllabus by the concerned teachers and Principals accordingly.
In this regard principals and teachers will always remain in touch with CBSE and its website
Prescribed Books:
“Seeing much, suffering much and studying much are the three pillars of learning”
Some of the suggested Activities
plane.
coordinates in a plane.
equal in area.
in area.
and between the same parallels is 2 : 1.
angle subtended by it at a point on the remaining part of the circle.
area.
circular cylinder of equal radii and equal heights.
https://www.cbsetuts.com/ncertclass9mathslabmanual/
NOTE: Please refer prescribed CBSE Curriculum for the academic year 202122 for clarifications, if any.
*****
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI , NOIDA
SPLITUP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: IX SUBJECT: PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION
Morning Yoga, Training and Conditioning Exercises to be conducted (Except Sunday & Holiday)
MONTH 
MORNING 
EVENING 
THEORY 
April 
Jogging , Marching and Drill , Mass P.T. , Calisthenics , Battery of tests, Surya Namaskar & Aasanas of Supine position 
Battery of tests , selection trials & Intramural competition , Cluster meet preparation

· Understanding the concept of physical education. · Its aims and objectives. Understanding the concept of health, human body Anatomy and Physiology. · communicable and non communicable diseases, · Causes of illness. 
May/Up to 10^{th} June 
Jogging, Plyometrics exercise training to develop, Strength. Aerobics, Pranayam and Aasanas of Prone Lying Position 
Intramural activities of Athletics and Indoor Games. 
· Growth and development of Physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual health. · Rules and regulation of ball Games. · Importance of warming up and limbering down, assessment of growth. 
August 
General conditioning exercise, light apparatus drill training to develop speed, Yogasana of sitting posture and Kriyas 
Interhouse competition of combat Sports and Indoor Games 
· Components of Physical potentials. · Concepts and method to develop various Physical potentials. 
September 
General conditioning exercises, Rhythmic workout, training to develop flexibility, Surya namaskar and asanas of standing posture 
Improvised skills of outdoor games and throwing events , inter house competition of Outdoor Games 
· Concept of sports training, Concept of training method to develop Physical Potentials. Excellence in performance. 
October and November 
Motor ability development training , training to develop coordinative ability, Battery of tests 
Battery of tests, Inter house competitions , pace setting activities 
· Concept of fatigue, load and adaptation and its importance in training and fitness. 




December 
Conditioning exercises , Training to develop endurance , Zumba , Yogasana : Artistic yoga and Pranayama, Meditation 
Interhouse competition of Jumping events, Indoor Games, Rope Skipping 
· Concept of overload. · Meaning and causes of stress, coping strategies. · Relaxation training and techniques. · Recreational activities 
January 
Conditioning and general fitness exercises, training related to strength endurance, Mass Drill, Marching, Band practice Pranayama and meditation. 
Practice of skills and techniques of Athletic events inter house indoor activities, preparation of Annual Sports 
· Psychological benefits of physical education; · Its meaning and importance. · Formation of good habits Emotions its Meaning & Types and controlling methods. 
February & March 
General conditioning exercises, practice of Aasanas, Pranayamas, Meditations and Kriyas. 
Test and evaluation of physical potentials, Run for various purposes, organization of fun Games and Recreational Activities. 
· Changing trend and career avenues in physical education. Safety and injury management in Sports. · Preventions and management. · Equipments and marking of playground. · Ethics in Sports. 
Suggestions: 
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI: NOIDA
SPLITUP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 202122
CLASS: IX SUBJECT: SCIENCE SUBJECT CODE: 086
Unit No 
Unit 
Marks 
Periods 
I 
MatterIts nature and Behaviour 
23 
50 
II 
Organization in the Living World 
20 
45 
III 
Motion,Force and Work 
27 
60 
IV 
Our Environment 
06 
15 
V 
Food: Food Production 
04 
10 

Total 
80 


Internal Assessment 
20 


Grand Total 
100 

Components of Internal Assessment(20 Marks)
Periodic Assessment (10 marks) 
Three periodic Tests(PWT1,PWT2 & PWT3) .Average of best two tests to be taken.(This will have a weightage of 05 marks towards the final) 
Multiple Assessment (Diverse methods of assessment as per the need of the class dynamics and curriculum transaction).These may includeshort tests, oral tests, quiz, concept map, Exit card, visual expression etc. (This will have weightage of 05 marks towards the final result.) 

Subject Enrichment Assessment (5 Marks) 
Practical/Laboratory work/Art Integrated Project: It should be done throughout the year and the student should maintain record of the same. Practical Assessment should be continuous .There will be weightage of 05 marks towards the final result. All practicals listed in the syllabus must be completed. 
Portfolio (5 Marks) 
Portfolio to be prepared by students. This would include class work, other sample of student work, selfassessment and peerassessment, reflection, narration, journal, achievement of student, art integrated activity etc. This will carry a weightage of 05 marks towards the final result. 
MONTH

NO OF DAYS 
NO OF PERIODS 
Main Topic and Subtopics to be Covered 
Activities/Projects/ Practicals 
Tests/PT/PB 

April
April/June

24 days 
12

Organisation in Living World Cell  Cell as a basic unit of life; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, Multi cellular organisms; cell membrane and cell wall, cell organelles and cell inclusions: vacuoles, chloroplast, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus; Nucleus, chromosomebasic structure, number 
1. To prepare stained temporary mounts of (a) onion peel and (b)human cheek cells and to record observations and draw their labelled diagrams 


10 
MATTER ITS NATURE AND BEHAVIOUR definition of matter solid, liquid and gas. Characterestics ,shape, volume, density. 



11 
Motion Motion:Distance and displacement, velocity; uniform and non uniform motion along a straight line; Acceleration ,distancetime and velocitytime graphs for uniform motion and uniformly accelerated motion, 

Assessment of practical Activities and Checking of notebooks, Multiple Assessments and Port folio Assessment 



May 
26 days 
8 
MATTER ITS NATURE AND BEHAVIOUR: Change of statemelting( absorption of heat) freezing, evaporation ( Cooling by evaporation) condensation, sublimation, 
Practical 2.. To determine the melting point of ice and the boiling point of water. 


9 
Motion Force & Work: Derivation of Equations of motion by graphical method; elementary idea of uniform circular motion. . 



9 
Tissues, Organs, Organ System, Organism : Structure and functions of animal and plant tissues (only four types of tissues in animals; meristematic and permanent tissues in plants). 
3. To identify Parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma tissues in plants striated ,smooth and cardiac muscle fibers and nerve cells in animals from prepared slides and to draw their structure. 
PWT – 1




June

10 Days 
6 
Organisation in the Living World Biological Diversity: Diversity of plants and animals  basic issues in scientific naming, basis of classification.

4. To study the characteristic of spirogyra/Agaricus, Moss/Fern, Pinus ( either with male or female cone) and an Angiospermic plant. Draw and give two identifying features of groups they belong to. 5. To study the external features of root, stem, leaf and flower of monocot and dicot plants. 
Assessment of practical Activities and Checking of notebooks, Multiple Assessments and Portfolio Assessment 

6 
Matter Its Nature And Behaviour IS MATTER AROUND US PURE? Elements ,compounds and mixtures ,homogeneous/hetrogeneous mixture, 
Practical.6:to separate the components of a mixture of sand, common salt and ammonium chloride by sublimation. Practical.7:To prepare a mixture and a compound using iron filings and sulphur powder and distinguish these on the basis of appearance i.e. a)homogeneity/ heterogeneity b) behaviour towards a magnet c) behaviour towards carbon di sulphide as a solvent , d)effect of heat. Practical. 8 To carry out the following reactions and classify them as physical and chemical changes: a)reaction between iron and copper sulphate solution. b)burning of magnesium ribbon in air. c)zinc with dil.H_{2}SO_{4} d)Heating of CuSO_{4}. e) Na_{2}SO_{4}(aq) and BaCl_{2}(aq) in the form of their solutions in water 



6 
Motion Force & Work Force and Laws of motion:: Force and motion,






August

22 days 
9 
Organisation in the Living World Hierarchy of categories / groups, Major groups of plants (salient features) (Bacteria, Thalophyta, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, gymnosperms and Angiosperms)Biological Diversity: Major groups of animals (salient features) (Nonchordates up to phyla and chordates up to classes). 
Practical 9. Observing the given pictures /charts/models of earthworm, cockroach, bony fish and bird. For each organism, drawing of their picture and recording: a. One specific feature: a). its phylum. b). One adaptive feature with reference to its habitat. 
Assessment of practical Activities and Checking of notebooks, Multiple Assessments and Port folio Assessment 

8 
Matter Its Nature And Behaviour Colloids and suspension
ATOMS AND MOLECULES: Particle nature, basic units, atoms and molecules. 
Practical :10 To Prepare a)true solutions of common salt, sugar and alum b) a suspension of soil, chalk powder and fine sand in water c) a colloidal solution of starch in water and egg albumin/milk in water. Distinguish these on the basis of transparency, filtration criteria and stability. 
PWT – 2


9 
Newton's laws of motion, inertia of a body, inertia and mass Momentum,force and acceleration. Elementary idea of conservation of momentum,action and reaction forces Gravitation: Gravitation, universal law of gravitation, force of gravitation of the Earth(gravity), acceleration due to gravity, mass and weight, free fall.

Practical 11. To determine the density of a solid denser than water by using a spring balance and measuring cylinder. Practical 12. To establish the relation between the loss in weight of a solid when fully immersed in (a) tap water 


September 
26 days 
12 
Organisation in the Living World Health and Diseases: Health and its failure. Infectious and Noninfectious diseases, their causes and manifestation. Diseases caused by microbes (Virus, Bacteria and protozoans) and their prevention, Principles of treatment and prevention. Pulse polio programmes 

Assessment of practical Activities and Checking of notebooks, Multiple Assessments and Port folio Assessment 

12 
MATTER ITS NATURE AND BEHAVIOUR; Law of constant proportion, Atomic and molecular masses.

Practical 13. Verification of the law of conservation of mass in a chemical reaction. 


12 
Floatation: Thrust and pressure. Archimedes' principle, buoyancy, elementary idea of relative density.Work, energy and power: Work done by a force, energy, kinetic and potential energy 



October/November 
24 days

10 
Our Environment Physical resources: Air, Water, Soil. Air for respiration, for combustion, for moderating temperatures; movement of air and its role in bringing rains across India. Air, water and soil pollution (brief introduction). Holes in ozone layer and the probable damages. Biogeo chemical cycles in nature : Water, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen


Assessment of practical Activities and Checking of notebooks, Multiple Assessments and Port folio Assessment 

10 
Work, energy and power : power law of conservation of energy.




10 
MATTER ITS NATURE AND BEHAVIOUR; Mole concept; relationship of mole to mass of the particles and number of particles. 



December 
24days 
12 
Matter Its Nature And Behaviour STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM: electrons, protons and neutrons; valency, Isotopes and isobars


PWT – 3


12 
Sound : Nature of Sound and its propagation in various media, speed of sound , Range of hearing in humans 



12 
Improvement in Food Resources Improvement of Crop Yields. 
Practical 14. To determine the speed of pulse propagated through a stretched string/slinky (helical spring) 


January 
25 days 
12 
Food: Food Production Plant and animal breeding and selection for quality improvement and management: Use of fertilizers and manures; Protection from pests and diseases; Organic farming 

Assessment of practical Activities and Checking of notebooks, Multiple Assessments and Port folio Assessment 

12 
SOUND: ultrasound;. reflection of sound; echo and SONAR, Structure of the human ear (auditory aspect only). 
Practical 15.To verify the laws of reflection of sound 


10 
Valency, Chemical formulae of common compounds. 



February – Revision 

MARCHANNUAL EXAMINATION 

NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDA
SPILT UP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS IX SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCIENCE
S.No. 
Unit / Lesson Name 
Marks Allotted 
No. of Periods 
1. 
INDIA AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD – I(HISTORY) 
20 
60 
2. 
CONTEMPORARY INDIA I(GEOGRAPHY) 
20 
55 
3. 
DEMOCRATIC POLITICSI 
20 
50 
4. 
ECONOMICS 
20 
50 

TOTAL 
80 
215 
MONTH 
No.of Working Days 
No.of Periods 
UNIT/PART 
Main Topic and SubTopics to be covered 
Activities/Projects 
Tests UT/PT/PB 

APRIL 2021 
22 
28 
INDIA AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD – I (HISTORY)
CONTEMPORARY INDIA –I (GEOGRAPHY)
DEMOCRATIC POLITICSI
ECONOMICS

ChapterI. The French Revolution · French Society during the Late Eighteenth Century · The Outbreak of the Revolution · France abolishes Monarchy and Becomes a Republic · Did Women have a Revolution? · The Abolition of Slavery · The Revolution and Everyday Life Chapter1.India · Size and Location · India and the World · India’s Neighbours Chapter1.What is Democracy? Why Democracy? · What is Democracy? · Features of Democracy · Why Democarcy? · Broader Meaning of Democracy Economics: chapter1 The Story of Village Palampur · Overview · Organization of production · Farming in Palampur · Nonfarm activities of Palampur 
Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities &Note book evaluation to be done at the end of the month 


MAY 2021 
25 
32 
CONTEMPORARY INDIA –I
ECONOMICS 
Chapter2.Physical Features of India · Major Physiographic Divisions Chapter3.Drainage · Major rivers and tributaries · Lakes · Role of rivers in the economy · Pollution of rivers Chapter2.People as Resource · Overview · Economic activities by men and women · Quality of Population · Unemployment 
Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities &Note book evaluation to be done at the end of the month 


JUNE 
10 
16 
INDIA AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD – I (HISTORY)
DEMOCRATIC POLITICSI

ChapterII.Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution · The Age of Social Change · The Russian Revolution · The February Revolution in Petrograd · What Changed after October? · The Global Influence of the Russian Revolution and the USSR Chapter2.Constitutional Design · Democratic Constitution in South Africa · Why do we need a Constitution? · Making of the Indian Constitution · Guiding Values of the Indian Constitution

Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities &Note book evaluation to be done at the end of the month 
Periodic Written Test  I 

AUGUST 2021 
25 
32 
CONTEMPORARY INDIA –I (GEOGRAPHY)
DEMOCRATIC POLITICSI
ECONOMICS

Chapter4.Climate · Concept · Climatic Controls · Factors influencing India’s climate · The Indian Monsoon · Distribution of Rainfall Monsoon as a unifying bond Chapter3.Electoral Politics · Why Elections? · What is our System of Elections? · What makes elections in India democratic? Chapter3.Poverty as a Challenge · Two typical cases of poverty · Poverty as seen by Social Scientists · Poverty Estimates · Vulnerable Groups · Interstate disparities · Global Poverty Scenario · Causes of Poverty · Antipoverty measures · The Challenges Ahead 
Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities &Note book evaluation to be done at the end of the month 


SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2021 
26+7 
32+9 
DEMOCRATIC POLITICSI
CONTEMPORARY INDIA –I (GEOGRAPHY)
INDIA AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD – I (HISTORY)
GEOGRAPHY

Chapter4.Working of Institutions · How is the major policy decision taken? · Parliament · Political Executive · Judiciary Chapter5.Natural Vegetation and Wild Life · Factors affecting Vegetation · Vegetation types · Wild Life · Conservation ChapterIII.Nazism and the Rise of Hitler · Birth of the Weimar Republic · Hitler’s Rise to Power · The Nazi Worldview · Youth in Nazi Germany Ordinary People and the Crimes Against Humanity
Disaster Management: · different Disasters, their consequences and management · Disaster mitigation plans · Preparedness among the community. ( ONLY FOR PROJECT WORK EVERY STUDENT SHOULD UNDER TAKE ONE PROJECT ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT) 
Holidays Home Works/Assignments/Project Work on Disaster Management to be assigned before proceeding for VACATION 
Periodic Written Test II 

NOVEMBER& DECEMBER 2021 
13+ 26 
16+ 32 
INDIA AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD – I (HISTORY)
CONTEMPORARY INDIA –I (GEOGRAPHY)

Any one theme of the following(IV or V): ChapterIV.Forest Society and Colonialism · Why Deforestation? · The Rise of Commercial Forestry · Rebellion in the Forest · Forest Transformations in Java ChapterV.Pastoralists in the Modern World · Pastoral Nomads and their Movements · Colonial Rule and Pastoral Life · Pastoralism in Africa Chapter6.Population · Size · Distribution · Population Growth and Process of Population Change 
Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities &Note book evaluation to be done at the end of the month 
Periodic Written Test III 

JANUARY 2022 
21 
24 
DEMOCRATIC POLITICSI
ECONOMICS

Chapter5. Democratic Rights · Life without rights · Rights in a Democracy · Rights in the Indian Constitution · Expanding the scope of rights ChapterFood Security in India · Overview · What is Food Security? · Why Food Security? · Who are food insecure? · Food Security in India · What is Buffer Stock? · What is the Public Distribution System? · Current Status of Public Distribution System 
Assessment of Subject Enrichment Activities & Note book evaluation to be done at the end of the month 



FEBRUARY & MARCH 2022 
REVISION & TERMII EXAMINATION 


MAP WORK 
Map work to be done after completion of the concerned Chapter 

NOTE: Any changes in the syllabus, if announced by CBSE during the academic year 202122 has to be incorporated in the split up syllabus by the concerned teachers and principals accordingly.
NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI, NOIDASPLITUP SYLLABUS FOR THE ACDEMIC YEAR 202122
CLASS: IX SUBJECT: COMPUTER APPLICATION(0165) Distribution of Marks and Periods Unit Wise
Note: Any Changes in the syllabus, if announced by CBSE during the academic year 202122, has to be incorporated in the splitup syllabus by the concerned teachers and Principals accordingly. In this regard Principals and teachers will always remain in touch with CBSE and its website.
Any changes in the Working days announced by NVS during the academic year 202122, the concerned teachers and principals can modify the split up syllabus accordingly. 
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