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JAC 10th Syllabus 2021
Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) publishes the Jharkhand board 10th/Matric examination syllabus on its official website. It is important to note that the board exam question paper is formulated for each subject based on the syllabus topics. Candidates can download the syllabus PDF files from the following sections.
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JAC 2021 10th SubjectWise Syllabus
Jharkhand board has divided the Science subject of class 10th/Matric into Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. Each section of Science for class 10 consists of a minimum of five units, which has different weights of marks in the board examination.
 JAC 10th class Physics syllabus
 JAC 10th class Chemistry syllabus
 JAC 10th class Biology syllabus
 JAC 10th class Mathematics syllabus
 JAC 10th class Social science syllabus
 JAC 10th class English syllabus
JAC 10th Class Physics Syllabus
The class 10th JAC syllabus for Physics consists of 5 units altogether, which are mentioned below:
Unit Number 
Unit Name 
1 
Electricity 
2 
Human Eye and Colourful World 
3 
Light  Reflection and Refraction 
4 
Magnetic Effects of Electric Current 
5 
Sources of Energy 
JAC 10th Class Chemistry Syllabus
JAC 10th Chemistry also consists of 5 units which are mentioned below:
Unit Number 
Unit Name 
1 
Acids, Bases, and Salts 
2 
Carbon and its Compounds 
3 
Chemical Reactions and Equations 
4 
Metals and Nonmetals 
5 
Periodic Classification of Elements 
JAC 10th Class Biology Syllabus
JAC 10th Biology consists of 6 units as mentioned below for the candidates to refer to:
Unit Number 
Unit Name 
1 
Control and Coordination 
2 
Heredity and Evolution 
3 
How do Organisms Reproduce? 
4 
Life Processes 
5 
Management of Natural Resources 
6 
Our Environment 
JAC 10th Class Mathematics Syllabus
JAC 10th syllabus 2021 for Maths consists of Algebra, Calculus, and Analysis of Geometry and Topology Combinatoric Logic. Number theory Dynamical systems and differential equations. Mathematical Physics. It consists of 15 units in total.
Mathematics Topics 

1. Areas Related to Circles 
9.Probability 
2.Arithmetic Progressions 
10.Quadratic Equations 
3.Circles 
11.Real Numbers 
4.Constructions 
12.Some Applications of Trigonometry 
5.Coordinate Geometry 
13.Statistics 
6.Introduction to Trigonometry 
14.Surface Areas and Volumes 
7.Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables 
15.Triangles 
8.Polynomials 
 
Algebra: Scope and Approach: Algebra is the generalized form of arithmetic. Here we will deal with unknowns in place of knowns as in arithmetic.
These are, in general, numbers. It may be recalled that the study of numbers begins with natural numbers, without which we would not count.
The system of natural numbers is extended to the rational number system. Measure all lengths in terms of a given unit; the rational numbers have to be extended to real numbers. Exponents and indices would simplify repeated multiplication, and their laws would be introduced.
These would be used to write large and small numbers in scientific notation. Algebraic expressions and polynomials would be introduced with the help of four fundamental operations on unknowns.
Equating two algebraic expressions or polynomials leads to equations. In the module, a study of linear and quadratic equations would be taken up to solve problems of daily life.
The learners would be acquainted with a different number of patterns. One such pattern, namely Arithmetic Progression, would be studied in detail.
Quadratic Equations: Standard form of a quadratic equation : ax^{2} + bx + c = 0 , a 1 0. Solution of ax^{2} + bx + c = 0 , a 1 0 by (i) factorization (ii) quadratic formula.
Formation of the quadratic equation with the given roots. Application of quadratic equations to solve word problems.
Some Applications of Trigonometry:
Below are some applications of trigonometry which will be helpful for candidates:
Scope and Approach: In astronomy, one often encounters the problems of predicting the position and path of various heavenly bodies, which in turn requires finding the remaining sides and angles of a triangle provided some of its sides and angles are known.
The solutions to these problems also have numerous applications for engineering and geographical surveys, navigation, etc. An attempt has been made in this module to solve these problems.
It is done using ratios of the sides of a right triangle for its acute angle called trigonometric ratios. The module will enable the learners to find other trigonometric ratios provided; one of them is known.
It also enables learners to establish wellknown identities and to solve problems based on trigonometric ratios and identities.
Measurement of available lengths and heights (e.g., the height of a pillar, the height of a house, etc.) and inaccessible heights ( e.g., the height of a hilltop, height of a lamp post on the opposite bank of a river (without bridge), celestial objects, etc. ) is a routine requirement.
The learners will distinguish between angles of elevation and depression and use trigonometric ratios for solving simple reallife problems based on heights and distances, which do not involve more than two right triangles.
Statistics: Since ancient times, householders, shopkeepers, individuals, etc., to keep records of their receipts, expenditures, and other resources.
To make the learners acquainted with the methods of recording, condensing, and culling out relevant information from the given data, the learners would be exposed to the lesson on Data and their Representation.
Every day we come across data in tables, graphs, charts, etc. on various aspects of the economy, eyecatching advertisements.
To read and understand these, the learners would be introduced to the lesson on the Graphical Representation of Data. Sometimes we are required to describe data arithmetically like the average age of a group, median score of a group, or modal collar size of a group.
The learners would be introduced to the lesson on Measures of Central Tendency. They will also be taught the characteristics and limitations of these measures. 'It will rain today,' 'India will win the match against England,' are statements that involve the chance factor.
The learners would be introduced to the study of elementary probability as the measure of uncertainty, through games of chance tossing a coin, throwing a die, drawing a card at random from a wellshuffled pack, etc.
JAC 10th Class Social Science Syllabus
The social science subject of JAC 2021 class 10th is divided into four sections, i.e., History, political science, geography, and economics.
Social Science 

History  Political Science 
Geography 
Economics 
1.Nationalism in India 
1.Challenges to Democracy 
1.Agriculture 
1.Consumer Rights 
2.Novels, Society, and History 
2.Democracy and Diversity 
2.Forest and Wildlife Resources 
2.Development 
3.Print Culture and the Modern World 
3.Federalism 
3.Life Lines of National Economy 
3.Globalization and the Indian Economy 
4.The Age of Industrialisation 
4.Gender, Religion, and Caste 
4.Manufacturing Industries 
4.Money and Credit 
5.The Making of a Global World 
5.Outcomes of Democracy 
5.Minerals and Energy Resources 
5.Sectors of the Indian Economy 
6.The Nationalist Movement in IndoChina 
6.Political Parties 
6.Resources and Development 
 
7.The Rise of Nationalism in Europe 
7.Popular Struggles and Movements 
7.Water Resources 
 
8.Work, Life, and Leisure 
8.Power Sharing 
 
 
JAC 10th Class English Syllabus
The English subject for JAC class 10th consists of 13 units altogether.
Serial Number  Particulars 
1 
Adjective 
2 
Articles 
3 
Conjunction 
4 
Noun 
5 
Prepositions 
6 
Pronoun 
7 
Reading Comprehension 
8 
Sentences 
9 
Tenses 
10 
Transformation of Sentences 
11 
Verb 
12 
Vocabulary 
13 
Writing 
How to Download JAC 10th Syllabus 2021?
Below are the steps for the candidates to download the JAC 10th syllabus 2021:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the JAC board  jac.jharkhand.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the "Syllabus" option under the "Others" section on the homepage.
Step 3: Click on the "Click here to view syllabus" option displayed on the new page.
Step 4: A new window pops up with the syllabus for different classes. Click on the "Syllabus for Secondary and Higher Secondary Classes" link.
Step 5: Syllabus PDF will open in a new window. Download and save the PDF for further use.