CBSE Class 11-science Syllabus

  • Chemistry  |  View Syllabus

    • Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

      • Importance and Scope of Chemistry
      • Laws of Chemical Combination
      • Formulation and Calculation
      • Mole Concept
      • Mass and Stoichiometry

      Structure of Atom

      • Discovery of Sub-Atomic Particles
      • Planck's Quantum Theory
      • Spectrum
      • Dual Nature
      • Electronic Configuration of Atoms
      • Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom

      Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

      • Modern Periodic Law
      • Nomenclature of Elements
      • 4 Blocks in Periodic Table
      • Trends in Properties of Elements
      • Trends in Chemical Properties

      Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

      • Chemical Bonding
      • Ionic Bond
      • Bond Parameters
      • Hybridization
      • Geometry and Shapes of Molecules
      • Resonance and Hydrogen Bond
      • Molecular Orbital Theory

      States of Matter

      • Intermolecular Forces
      • Effect of Heat on Matter
      • Gas Laws
      • Ideal Gas Equation.
      • Kinetic Theory
      • Properties of Liquid

      Thermodynamics

      • Introduction to Thermodynamics
      • Measurement of dU and dH
      • Hess's Law
      • Enthalpy Change
      • Entropy and Gibbs Energy

      Equilibrium

      • Dynamic Nature of Equilibrium
      • Le Chatelier's Principle
      • Ionic Equilibrium
      • Ionisation of Water
      • Solubility Product
      • Common Ion Effect

      Redox Reactions

      • Redox Reactions
      • Oxidation Number
      • Balancing Redox Reactions
      • Electrode Potential

      Hydrogen

      • Hydrogen and Hydrides
      • Compounds of Hydrogen

      The s-Block Elements

      • Introduction to Group 1 Elements
      • Introduction to Group 2 Elements
      • Anomalous Behaviour
      • Important Compounds of s-Block
      • Alkali and Alkaline Metal Compounds

      The p-Block Elements

      • Introduction to p- Block Elements
      • Properties of Boron
      • Compounds of p- Block Elements
      • Group 14 Elements
      • Allotropes of Carbon
      • Silicon and Its Compounds

      Organic Chemistry

      • Classification and Nomenclature
      • Isomerism
      • Reaction Mechanism
      • Types of Organic Reactions
      • Purification of Organic Compounds
      • Analysis of Organic Compounds

      Hydrocarbons

      • Alkanes
      • Properties of Alkanes
      • Introduction to Alkenes
      • Properties of Alkenes
      • Alkynes
      • Aromatic Hydrocarbons
      • Electrophilic Substitution Reactions

      Environmental Chemistry

      • Pollution
      • Effects of Pollution
  • Mathematics  |  View Syllabus

    • Sets

      • Set Notations
      • Subsets and Supersets
      • Operations on Sets
      • Algebra of Sets
      • Counting Theorems

      Relations and Functions

      • Cartesian Product of Sets
      • Relations
      • Functions
      • Graphs and Algebra of Functions

      Trigonometric Functions

      • Degree Measure and Radian Measure
      • Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
      • Trigonometric Equations
      • Sign of Trigonometric Functions
      • Multiple Angle Formulae
      • Advanced Trigonometric Formulae
      • Sum and Difference Formulae
      • Basic Trigonometric Formulae
      • Introduction to Trigonometric Functions
      • Sine and Cosine Laws

      Principle of Mathematical Induction

      • Introduction to Mathematical Induction
      • Applications of Mathematical Induction

      Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations

      • Introduction to Complex Numbers
      • Geometry of Complex Numbers
      • Quadratic Equations
      • Square Root of A Complex Number

      Linear Inequalities

      • Linear Inequalities : One Variable
      • Linear Inequalities : 1 and 2 Variables
      • Graphical Solutions
      • Word Problems : Linear Inequalities

      Permutations and Combinations

      • Fundamental Principle of Counting
      • Permutations: Distinct Objects
      • Permutations: Non Distinct Objects
      • Combinations
      • Applications of Permutations and Combinations

      Binomial Theorem

      • Binomial Theorem for Positive Index
      • General Terms in Binomial Expansion

      Sequences and Series

      • Introduction to Sequences
      • Arithmetic Progressions
      • Arithmetic Mean
      • Geometric Progressions
      • Sum to Infinity of A GP
      • Relation Between AM and GM
      • Special Sequences and Series

      Straight Lines

      • Basic Concepts of 2D Geometry
      • Slope of a Line
      • Various Forms of Equation of A Line
      • Normal and General Form of A Line
      • Distance Between Lines
      • Shifting of Origin

      Conic Sections

      • Circles
      • Parabola
      • Ellipse
      • Hyperbola

      Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry

      • Introduction to 3-D Geometry
      • Distance Formula:3-D Geometry
      • Section Formula: 3- D Geometry

      Limits and Derivatives

      • Introduction and Algebra of Limits
      • Limits of Rational Functions
      • Limits of Trigonometric Functions
      • Logarithmic and Exponential Limits
      • Infinite Limits
      • Meaning of Derivatives
      • Sum and Difference Rule
      • Product and Quotient Rule

      Mathematical Reasoning

      • Mathematical Statements
      • Implications and Validating of Statements

      Statistics

      • Mean Deviation
      • Variance and Standard Deviation
      • Coefficient of Variation

      Probability

      • Introduction to Probability
      • Axiomatic Probability
      • Problems on Probability
  • Physics  |  View Syllabus

    • Units and Measurement

      • Measurement and Error Analysis
      • Significant Figures and Dimensions

      Motion in a Straight Line

      • Displacement and Velocity
      • Graphical Representation
      • Acceleration
      • Kinematics of Linear Motion

      Physical World

      • Introduction to Physics

      Motion in a Plane

      • Introduction to Vectors
      • Motion in Two Dimensions
      • Relative Motion
      • Projectile Motion

      Laws of Motion

      • Newton's First Law of Motion
      • Newton's Second Law of Motion
      • Impulse and Newton's Third Law
      • Common Forces in Mechanics
      • Circular Motion
      • Free Body Problems
      • More on Free Body Problems
      • Friction

      Work, Energy and Power

      • Work and Energy
      • Potential Energy
      • Conservative Forces
      • Energy and Power
      • Collisions

      System of Particles and Rotational Motion

      • Centre of Mass
      • Conservation of Angular Momentum
      • Dynamics of Rotational Motion
      • Kinematics of Rotational Motion
      • Moment of Inertia
      • Equilibrium of Rigid Body
      • Angular Momentum
      • Torque
      • Kinematic Variables in Rotation
      • Motion of Centre of Mass
      • Rolling Motion

      Gravitation

      • Law of Gravitation
      • Gravitational Potential Energy
      • Kepler's Laws and Satellites

      Mechanical Properties of Solids

      • Elasticity
      • Elastic Moduli

      Mechanical Properties of Fluids

      • Pressure in Fluids
      • Equation of Continuity
      • Bernoulli's Principle
      • Bernoulli's Principle: Applications
      • Non-Ideal Fluids
      • Surface Tension
      • Surface Tension and Capillarity

      Thermal Properties of Matter

      • Thermal Expansion
      • Calorimetry
      • Change of Phase
      • Transfer of Heat by Radiation

      Thermodynamics

      • First Law of Thermodynamics
      • Thermodynamic Processes
      • Heat Engines
      • Second Law of Thermodynamics

      Kinetic Theory

      • Behaviour of Ideal Gases
      • Kinetic Theory of Gases
      • Law of Equipartition of Energy

      Oscillations

      • Simple Harmonic Motion
      • Dynamics of SHM
      • Illustrations of Bodies in SHM
      • More Examples of Bodies in SHM
      • Damped and Forced Oscillations

      Waves

      • Progressive Waves
      • Behaviour of Progressive Waves
      • Standing Waves
      • Beats
      • Doppler Effect
  • Biology  |  View Syllabus

    • The Living World

      • Features of Living Beings, Diversity in the Living World
      • Taxonomic Categories and Taxonomical Aids

      Biological Classification

      • Kingdoms: Monera and Protista
      • Kingdom: Fungi, Plantae, Animalia
      • Virus, Viroids and Lichens

      Plant Kingdom

      • Algae
      • Bryophytes and Pteridophytes
      • Gymnosperms and Angiosperms
      • Plant Life Cycles

      Animal Kingdom

      • Basis of Classification
      • Porifera, Coelenterata, Ctenophora
      • Platyhelminthes, Aschelminthes, Annelida
      • Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Hemichordata
      • Chordata

      Morphology of Flowering Plants

      • The Root
      • Stem, Leaf, Inflorescence
      • The Flower, Fruit, Seed
      • Floral Formula and Important Families of Flowering Plants

      Anatomy of Flowering Plants

      • Meristematic Tissues and Permanent Tissues
      • The Tissue System
      • Anatomy of Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous Plants
      • Secondary Growth

      Structural Organisation in Animals

      • Animal Tissues
      • Earthworm
      • Cockroach
      • Frog

      Cell : The Unit of Life

      • Cell Theory, An Overview of Cells
      • Prokaryotic Cells
      • Eukaryotic Cells: Cell Membrane, Cell Wall
      • Eukaryotic Cells: Endomembrane System, Mitochondria, Plastids
      • Eukaryotic Cells: Ribosomes, Cytoskeleton, Cilia and Flagella
      • Eukaryotic Cells: Centrosome and Centrioles, Nucleus, Microbodies

      Biomolecules

      • Analysis of Chemical Composition of Biomolecules
      • Primary and Secondary Metabolites, Biomacromolecules
      • Proteins and Structure of Proteins
      • Polysaccharides and Nucleic Acids
      • Bond Linking Monomers
      • Concept of Metabolism, Metabolic Basis, The Living State
      • Enzymes

      Cell Cycle and Cell Division

      • Cell Cycle
      • Mitosis
      • Meiosis

      Transport in Plants

      • Diffusion and Active Transport
      • Plant-Water Relations: Water Potential, Osmosis, Plasmolysis, Imbibition
      • Translocation, Symplastic and Apoplastic Pathways
      • Transpiration, Root Pressure
      • Uptake and Transport of Mineral Nutrients
      • Phloem Transport: Mass Flow Hypothesis

      Mineral Nutrition

      • Mineral Requirement of Plants, Essential Mineral Elements
      • Deficiency Symptoms of Essential Elements, Toxicity of Micronutrients
      • Mechanism of Absorption of Elements

      Photosynthesis in Higher Plants

      • Photosynthesis: Experiments
      • Chloroplast and Chlorophyll
      • Light Reaction and Electron Transport
      • Biosynthetic Phase
      • C4 Pathway, Photorespiration
      • Factors Affecting Photosynthesis

      Respiration in Plants

      • Aerobic Respiration: Krebs Cycle
      • Introduction to Respiration, Glycolysis and Fermentation
      • Aerobic Respiration: Electron Transport System and Oxidative Phosphorylation
      • The Respiratory Balance Sheet, Amphibolic Pathway, Respiratory Quotient

      Plant Growth and Development

      • Plant Growth
      • Differentiation, Dedifferentiation, Redifferentiation and Development
      • Plant Growth Regulators, Photoperiodism, Vernalisation

      Digestion and Absorption

      • Human Digestive System and its Disorders
      • Digestion and Absorption of Food

      Breathing and Exchange of Gases

      • Respiratory Organs, Human Respiratory System
      • Mechanism of Breathing
      • Exchange and Transport of Gases
      • Regulation of Respiration, Respiratory Disorders

      Body Fluids and Circulation

      • Blood and Lymph
      • Circulatory Pathways: Human Circulatory System, Cardiac Cycle, ECG
      • Double Circulation, Regulation of Cardiac Activity, Disorders of Circulatory System

      Excretory Products and their Elimination

      • Modes of Excretion, Human Excretory System
      • Urine Formation, Functions of Tubules
      • Concentration of Filtrate, Regulation of Kidney Function, Micturition
      • Other Organs Involved in Excretion, Disorders of Excretory System

      Locomotion and Movement

      • Types of Movement, Muscle
      • Skeletal System and Joints

      Neural Control and Coordination

      • Neuron, Conduction and Transmission of Nerve Impulse
      • Central Nervous System, Reflex Action and Reflex Arc
      • The Eye
      • The Ear

      Chemical Coordination and Integration

      • Introduction to Endocrine Glands and Hormones, Hypothalamus
      • The Pituitary and Pineal Glands
      • The Thyroid, Parathyroid and Thymus Glands
      • Adrenal Gland
      • Pancreas
      • Testis and Ovary
      • Hormones of Heart, Kidney, GI Tract
      • Mechanism of Hormone Action
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