CBSE Board Syllabus for Chemistry


The board CBSE conducts the examination for the 10th and 12th standard every spring and also responsible for the conduction of the examination AIPMT and AIEEE. AIPMT is conducted for the admission in the medical colleges while the other examination AIEEE conducted to get admission in the engineering colleges. All Kendriya Vidyalayas and Jawahar Navodaya Vidylayas are associated with the board of CBSE (central board of secondary education). The board was renamed in the year 1952 and works under the Union government of India.

The CBSE Syllabus 2013 for Chemistry is the combination of the theory and practical examination. The theory part includes 70 % marks of weight ages and the practical examination includes the % marks of 30 % in the final result. There are 16 units in the CBSE Chemistry Syllabus having different number of weight ages vary from 3 to 8. Topics with the number of weight ages are listed below; the bracket shows the weight ages of the chapter in the result-

1. Solid state (4)

2. Solutions (5)

3. Electro chemistry (5)

4. Chemical Kinetics (5)

5. Surface Chemistry (4)

6. General principles and processes of isolation of elements (3)

7. p-block elements (8)

8. d block and f block elements (5)

9. co ordination compounds (3)

10. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes (4)

11. Alcohals, Phenols and Ethers (4)

12. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids (6)

13. Organic compounds having Nitrogen (4)

14. Biomolecules (4)

15. Polymers (3)

16. Chemistry in the everyday life (3)

The total attribution of these marks is 70 that is the total theory part contribution in the chemistry subject for the CBSE (central board of secondary education) board. The detailed syllabus of Chemistry for the CBSE board 2013 is provided on the portal. Visitors are advised to go through that portal for the details.