Always be curious and inquisitive to understand how things function around you and learn to observe, experiment and create. Stay hungry for knowledge.

Take time to understand something you are learning for the first time. Don’t rush to finish and jump to the next thing. It’s not how much you know, it’s about how well you know something.

Always follow discipline when you are studying. Do not mix with other work or entertainment. Study when you are in for it and play when you are playing. Always keep a designated place to study.

Feel free to ask any doubts on any topics related to the course. Stay inquisitive and open to learn.

Learn about each topic in the chapter by going through notes and videos. Prepare your notes and practice reading. Complete the assignments and practice tests. Once you get comfortable with a chapter, appear for the main test, which can be attempted only once. Be responsible.

  1. Chemical Reactions and Equations
  2. Acids, Bases and Salts
  3. Metals and Non-Metals
  4. Carbon and its Compounds
  5. Periodic Classification of Elements
  1. Life Processes
  2. Control and Coordination
  3. How do Organisms Reproduce?
  4. Heredity and Evolution
  1. Our Environment
  2. Sustainable Management of Natural Resources
  1. Light – Reflection and Refraction
  2. The Human Eye and the Colourful World
  3. Electricity
  4. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
  5. Sources of Energy

Scientists spend their entire life to discover or invent something. Often the break-through by them, change the face of humanity. Inventions like electricity, printing, internet and discovery of gravity, radioactivity and microbes are some of them. We must pay respect to them as to their work.

This course is designed according to GSEB which is based on NCERT recommendations. So this may be used by other boards who find the content relevant for them. However we recommend to read respective textbooks provided by your schools for best results.