CBSE Board Syllabus for Math

CBSE maths syllabus 2013 in designed in a way to embellish the analytical and methodological skills, develop knowledge and mastery in various fields in Mathematics such as algebra, number system, trigonometry, statistics and geometry. The objective is to explicate reasoning and logical abilities, help the students in applying the knowledge they have gained with practical examples and to develop interest in subject with motivation and visualization.
CBSE math syllabus 2013 has been divided term wise according to CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) guidelines. There will be four Formative and two Summative assessments overall. The distribution of marks is as follows:
- 10 marks each for all Formative assessments (wherein two will be included in first term and two in second terms)
- 20 marks for first Summative assessment and 40 for second.
The course is structured to acquaint students with math and its applications in day to day life. According to guidelines for CBSE maths syllabus, it is ascertained that the subject is taught in a stimulating manner. The use of activities such as mathematical experiments and models, graphics, puzzles and games in encouraged. The syllabus aims at developing the algebraic abilities and making students familiar with problems of trigonometry, especially heights and distances. The students are made familiar and encouraged to experiment with numbers and geometric concepts. By laying attention on practical and theoretical topics, utilization of concepts learned is focused.

CBSE Board Syllabus for Math by Class