DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL::DHANBAD

SYLLAYBUS FOR ADMISSION TEST 2013-2014

CLASS – XI (SCIENCE Stream)

Students should appear in the following subjects:-

a.      Science Stream          -           English, Mathematics and Science

b.      Commerce Stream    -           English, Mathematics and Economics

Examination Timings  -            8:00 A.M   to  11:00 A.M

Examination Date  - 25th MARCH 2013

ENGLISH

Reading Comprehension, Article Writing, Letter Writing, Active – Passive, Voices, Reported Speech, Determiners, Tense, Rearrangement of Jumbled Words and Expressions in Meaningful Sentences.

Type of questions for testing grammatical competence:-

a.      Blank Completion

b.      Rearrangement of jumbled words and expressions in meaningful sentences

MATHS

1.      Trigonometrical Identities

2.      Similar Triangles

3.      Quadratic Equations

4.      Circle [Tangent]

5.      Heights and Distance

6.      Area and Perimeter of Circle

7.      Volume and Surface Area of 3D Solids

8.      Statistics

9.      Probability

10.  Application of Algebraic Identity

11.  Test of Reasoning

SCIENCE

BIOLOGY

1.      Heredity and Evolution

2.      Reproduction

3.      Management of Natural Resources

4.      Our Environment

5.      Life Processes

6.      Control and Co-ordination in Plants and Animals

CHEMISTRY

1.      Periodic Table and Properties

2.      Types of Chemical Reactions

3.      Acids, Bases and Salts

4.      Carbon and Compounds

5.      Metals, Non-metals and their Compounds

6.      Mole Concept

PHYSICS

Electric Current:

Potential Difference, Ohm’s Law, Resistance, Resistivity, Factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends, Parallel and Series Combination of resistance and its application in daily life. Heating effects of electric current and its applications in daily life, Electric Power, Relation between P, V, I and R.

Magnetic Effects Current:

Magnetic fields, field lines, field due to current carrying conductor, current carrying coil or solenoid. Force on current carrying conductor, Fleming, left hand rule. Electromagnetic induction. Induced potential difference, Induced current, Fleming right hand rule, direct current, Alterning current frequency of A.C, Advantages of A.C over D.C. Domestic electric circuits.

Sources of Energy:

Different forms of energy, conventional and non conventional sources of energy fossil fuels, solar energy, biogas, wind, water and tidal energy, renewable and non renewable sources.

Light:

Reflection of light at curved surfaces, Image formed by spherical mirrors, centre of curvature, principal axis, focus, focal length, mirror formula and magnification.

Refraction:

Law of refraction, refractive index, spherical lens, Images formed by lens, lens formula, magnification. Power of a lens, human eye, defects of vision and their corrections, applications of mirrors and lenses.

Refraction of light through a prism, dispersion of light, scattering of light, applications in daily life.

 

CLASS – XI (COMMERCE Stream)

Students should appear in the following subjects:-

a.       Science Stream          -           English, Mathematics and Science

b.      Commerce Stream     -           English, Mathematics and Economics

Examination Timings  -            8:00 A.M  to  11:00 A.M

Examination Date  - 25th MARCH 2013

ENGLISH

Reading Comprehension, Article Writing, Letter Writing, Active – Passive, Voices, Reported Speech, Determiners, Tense, Rearrangement of Jumbled Words and Expressions in Meaningful Sentences.

Type of questions for testing grammatical competence:-

a.      Blank Completion

b.      Rearrangement of jumbled words and expressions in meaningful sentences

MATHS

1.      Trigonometrical Identities

2.      Similar Triangles

3.      Quadratic Equations

4.      Circle [Tangent]

5.      Heights and Distance

6.      Area and Perimeter of Circle

7.      Volume and Surface Area of 3D Solids

8.      Statistics

9.      Probability

10.  Application of Algebraic Identity

11.  Test of Reasoning

ECONOMICS

1.      Development: Understanding Economic Development

2.      Sectors of the Indian Economy

3.      Money and Credit

4.      Globalization and the Indian Economy

5.      Consumer Rights.

 

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