Class 10th is the foundational step that will help students to decide their future recourse. The ICSE exam is known for its vast curriculum. It is essential for a student to know the syllabus he/she to prepare well for the boards. This will save students’ time and they can prepare well in advance.
The ICSE Class 10 syllabus comprises subjects like, Mathematics, English, Second Language, Social Science, Science, History, Civics & Geography.
In Mathematics, themes like commercial mathematics, algebra, linear equations, quadratic equation, ratio & proportion, matrices, factorisation of polynomials, geometry, similarity, trigonometry, statistics, probability, etc. are covered in the syllabus.
In Chemistry, various topics like periodic properties, study of acids, bases & salts, chemical bonding, analytical chemistry, electrolysis, concept of mole, metallurgy, organic chemistry and compounds have been included in the syllabus.
In Physics, diverse topics like force, work, power, energy, sound, reflection of sound waves, echoes, light, modern physics, electricity & magnetism etc. are covered.
In Biology, major topics like plant physiology, human anatomy & physiology, etc. are covered.
In Geography, topics like interpretation of topographical maps, map of India, climate, soil resources, natural vegetation, water resources, mineral and energy resources, agriculture in India, manufacturing industries, transport and water management have been covered.
In English , syllabus focuses on improving 4 skills- reading, listening, writing and grammar. The syllabus focuses on composition, letter, notice and email along with questions from different stories and poems.
In Civics, topics like the union legislature, the union executive & judiciary are covered in the syllabus.
The syllabus for History focuses on The Indian National Movement (1857-1917), Mass Phase of National Movement (1915-1947) & The Contemporary World.
In Economics, topics related to market, factors of production, elementary theory of demand, elasticity of demand, theory of supply, meaning & scope of public finance, public revenue, public expenditure, public debt, meaning and functions of money, inflation, commercial banking, central banking and consumer awareness have been covered.