10th Maths Syllabus and Evaluation Scheme

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  • 1. 1. Written Examination Algebra Geometry 2. Internal Evaluation 40 Marks 40 Marks 20 Marks Time : 2 Hours Time : 2 Hours Total 100 Marks Mathematics Std.X Evaluation : March 2015 and onwards (There will be separate question papers for Algebra & Geometry)
  • 2. 1.Homework 10 Marks 5 Homework assignments each of 10 marks in Algebra as well as Geometry in each Semester. These 100 (50+50) marks are then to be converted into 10 marks 2. Test paper on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) 10 Marks At the end of the second term, a 20 marks test on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based on the entire syllabus in Algebra as well as in Geometry to be taken. These 40 (20 + 20) marks are then to be converted into 10 marks. Internal Evaluation
  • 3. Chapterwise distribution of marks (with Option) Sr.No. Topic Marks (With Option) 1 Arithmetic Progression 12 2 Quadratic Equations 12 3 Linear Equation in Two Variables 12 4 Probability 10 5 Statistics – I 06 6 Statistics – II 08 Total 60 Algebra
  • 4. Chapterwise distribution of marks (with Option) Sr.No. Topic Marks (With Option) 1 Similarity 12 2 Circle 10 3 Geometric Constructions 10 4 Trigonometry 10 5 Coordinate Geometry 08 6 Mensuration 10 Total 60 Geometry
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