Syllabus for Entrance Exam

Syllabus for Entrance Exam

The syllabus consists of five sections – Mathematics,Social Studies,English,Hindi,Science.

Class: I-II


Class II: Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction, Division, Place Value, Expanded form, Time and Calendar


Class II: Nouns, Singular and Plural, Male and Female Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives (Is, Am, Are), Articles, Verbs, (Use of was/were)


Class II: Plant kingdom, Animal Kingdom, My body, Food, Clothes, Houses, Healthy Habits, Type of Transport, Earth, Weather and seasons


Class II: General


Class II: Sangya, Vachan, Sarvnam, Visheshan, Kriya, Din or Mahine

Class: III - V


Class III - V : Numeration/Number, system, Addition, Subtraction, Division, Time, Percentage, Measurement, Profit and Loss,Pattern,Multiplication


Class IV: Relationships and family, Work and play, Plants and animals, Food, shelter and clothes, Water

Class V:   Physical and political divisions of India, About freedom fighters, Features of all the northern and eastern states, Rivers of India, Climate and natural resources of India


Comprehension ,Passage writing ,Noun: (Common, Proper, Collective), Verbs, Adjectives, Number, Gender, Proverbs, Prepositions, Articles, Punctuation

Class:VI -IX

S. Studies

Class VI: Latitudes and longitudes ,Weather and climate,Pollution,Government,Some great Indians,Major landforms

Class VII: Earliest Societies ,The vedic age,The first civilization in India,The first empire – the mauryas,The earth in the solar system,Latitude and longitudes,Motions of the earth,Diversity,The government

Class VIII: Emergence of new Kingdoms, The sultans of Delhi, The Mughal Empire,Our Environment,The Structure of the Earth,Landforms of the Earth,Distribution of Water bodies,Democracy and equality

Class IX: British rule and their impact on India, Revolt of 1857: Causes, centres, effects, failure, National movement of India, Our resource – Land, soil, water, minerals power etc, Agriculture: Type, distribution, development, major crops and their distribution etc, Industries: Classification, Distribution – India and World, Factors affecting, major industries etc, Our Government – All types, powers, Indian Constitution: Drafting, preamble, features, articles, fundamental rights and duties


Class VII: Comprehension ,Composition, Message Writing, Notice Writing, Letter Writing, Diary Writing, The noun,  articles, pronouns, adjectives, verb, tenses, voice, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, phrases and clauses, determiners, direct and indirect speech, punctuation, vocabulary

Class VIII: Comprehension ,Composition, Notice writing, letter writing, diary writing, poster, bio-graphical sketch, Grammar, The noun, articles, pronouns, adjectives, verb, tenses, voice, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, phrases and clauses, determiners, direct and indirect speech, punctuation, vocabulary, non-finite verbs

Class IX: Comprehension ,Composition, Notice writing, letter writing, article writing, e-mail writing, The noun, articles, pronouns, adjectives, verb, tenses, voice, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, phrases and clauses, determiners, synthesis, conditionals, direct and indirect speech, punctuation, vocabulary, non-finite verbs



Class VII: Food and its sources,Components of food,Fibre to fabric,Sorting materials into groups,Separation of substances,Changes around us,The living and the non-living,The plant world,Movements in the body, Adaptation in living organisms,Measurement and motion,Light, shadow and reflections,Electricity and circuits,Magnets and their effects,Water: the life-giving liquid,Air around us,Waste and its management

Class VIII: Nutrition in plants,Nutrition in animals,Animal fibres,Heat and temperature,Matter and chemical formulae Acids, base and salts,Physical and chemical changes,Weather, climate and animal adaptations,Soil: A natural Resource,Respiration in organisms,Transportation and excretion ,Reproduction in plants,Time and motion,Wind and storm,Light and associated phenomena,Electric current and simple circuits,Water: a life giving liquid,Forest and their conservation ,Management of waste water

Class IX: Crop production and management,The microbial world,Synthetic fibres and plastic,Metals and non-metals,Coal and petroleum ,Combustion, flame and fuel,Conservation of plants and animals,Cell-structure and functions,Reproduction in animals,Reaching the age of adolescence,Force and friction,Pressure,Sound,Chemical effects of electric current,Some natural phenomenon ,More about light,The universe,Pollution of air and water


Class VI: Large numbers, Roman numerals, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Multiples and factors, Fractions, Decimals, Percent, Profit and loss, Perimeter, Area, Volume, Measurements, Time, Symmetry and patterns, Data handling

Class VII: Natural numbers, Whole numbers and its properties, Perimeter, Area, Algebra, Integers, Addition and subtraction of integers, Fractions, Decimals, Basic geometrical concepts, Symmetry, Ration and proportion, Data handling, Profit and loss, Percentage, Unitary method

Class VIII: Integers, Fractions, Decimals, Rational numbers, Exponents and powers, Algebraic expressions, Linear equation in one variable, Ration and proportion, Unitary method, Percentage and its applications, Triangle and its properties, Congruence of triangle, Perimeter and area, Visualizing solid shapes, Lines and angles, Data handling, Symmetry

Class IX: Rational numbers, Exponents, Squares and square roots, Cube and cube roots, Algebraic expressions, Linear equation in one variable, Percentage and its applications, Compound interest, Direct and inverse variations, Understanding shapes, Mensuration, Data handling