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MBSE Syllabus 2021

Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) will publish the MBSE syllabus 2021 on the Board's official website - www.mbse.edu.in as PDF files for both HSLC and HSSLC. Read the information on this page on how to download the syllabus PDFs online. PDF of the syllabus contains all the subjects for which the MBSE conducts the Board examinations. HSSLC candidates can download the syllabus PDF files based on their stream of study.

How to Download MBSE HSLC Syllabus 2021?

The Board will upload the syllabus for HSLC classes on its official website. To download the MBSE HSLC Syllabus 2021, candidates need to follow the below-mentioned step-by-step procedure.

Step 1: Visit the official website of the board- mbse.edu.in

Step 2: Click on the "Academic" option from the drop-down menu and then select the "Syllabus" option.MBSE Syllabus 2021

Step 3: Select the syllabus link for HSLC and then download the MBSE HSLC syllabus 2021 PDF file.

Step 4: Students can save the MBSE HSLC syllabus 2021 PDF for future reference.

How to Download MBSE HSSLC Syllabus 2021?

The step by step procedure to get the MBSE HSSLC Syllabus 2021 available on the official website is given below.

Step 1: Visit the official website of MBSE - mbse.edu.in

Step 2: Click on the "Academic" drop-down section at the top of the homepage.

MBSE Syllabus 2021

Step 3: Candidates then select the "Syllabus" option under the "Academic" section.

Step 4: Click on the "Higher Secondary" option under the "Syllabus" section. 

Step 5: MBSE HSSLC syllabus 2021 PDF will now appear on the screen, download and save the PDF for further reference.

MBSE HSLC Syllabus 2021

Subject Wise Topics: The following are the details on each topic which students of HSSLC classes will have to prepare for. Topic-wise details for each subject are made available to candidates. 

SUBJECTS OF STUDIES FOR CLASSES  X

The learning areas will include:

Two Languages:

 

(1) English or Hindi (Course A)

100 marks

(2) Anyone from the following:

 

Hindi (Course B), Assamese, Bengali, Manipuri, Nepali, Mizo, Khasi, Garo, Tynnidie, Alternative English

100 marks

(3) Mathematics

100 marks

(4) Science

100 marks

(5) Social Science

100 marks

(6) Physical and Health Education

Grade

(7) Work Experience

Grade

(8) Art Education

Grade

 

Total of 500

Note :

1. Subjects coming under Sl. Nos 6,7,8 of 14.2 are to be internally examined in the letter grade system on a 5-point scale.

2. For the second language, only those candidates who are unable to offer any of the other given languages will be allowed to offer Alternative English as a second language.

INSTRUCTIONAL TIME

Assuming an academic week consisting of 40 periods of 40 minutes duration each, the broad distribution of periods per week will be as follows:

Subjects

Suggested periods for Class X

Language I

6

Language II

5

Mathematics

8

Science & Technology

8

Social Science

8

Physical and Health Education

1

Work Experience

2

Art Education

1

MBSE HSLC Mathematics Syllabus :

  • UNIT I COMMERCIAL MATHEMATICS

  • UNIT II TIME, DISTANCE AND WORK

  • UNIT III ALGEBRA

  • UNIT – IV GEOMETRY

  • UNIT-V CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY

  • UNIT VI TRIGONOMETRY

  • UNIT - VII MENSURATION

  • UNIT - VIII STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY

CLASS - X Social Science

  • Unit I: Events and Processes:

  • Unit II: Economies and Livelihoods:

  • Unit III: Culture, identity, and society

CLASS – X Science

  1. Natural phenomena.

  2. How things work, Effects of current

  3. Materials

    Chemical Substances - Nature and Behaviour

  4. The world of the living

  5. Natural resources

MBSE HSSLC Syllabus 2021

MBSE HSLC syllabus 2021 will be available as a PDF on the official website for the students to download and refer to the same when preparing for the examination. The following are the classifications for different subjects as per NBSE.

ENGLISH

Unit/Areas of Learning Marks

  • Section A Reading Skills - 20

  • Section B Writing - 25

  • Section C Grammar - 10

  • Section D Textual Questions

BIOLOGY

  • Reproduction in Organisms 14

  • Genetics and Evolution 18

  • Biology and Human Welfare 14

  • Biotechnology and its applications 10

  • Ecology and Environment 14

  • Total 70

COURSE STRUCTURE: HISTORY

Part A: Contemporary World Politics

  • Cold war era in world politics

  • The disintegration of the ‘Second World’

    and the collapse of bipolarity

  • US dominance in world politics

  • Alternative centers of economic and political power

  • International Organizations in a unipolar world

  • Security in the Contemporary World

  • Environment and Natural Resources in Global Politics

  • Globalization and its Critics

Part B: Politics in India since Independence

  • Nation-building and its problems

  • The era of one-party dominance

  • India’s external relations

  • The crisis of the constitutional Order

  • Regional aspirations and conflicts

  • The rise of new social movements

  • Recent developments in Indian politics

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MBSE HSSLC Syllabus PDF

Candidates can download the MBSE HSSLC Syllabus PDF given below and learn the complete information regarding all schemes and start preparing according to the updated syllabus provided by MBSE.

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Criteria and Classification of Successful Candidates

The Board has set certain criteria for students appearing for the board examination.

(i) Pass Criteria 

A candidate shall be declared to have passed the HSLC examination only if he/she obtains the following:

a) 33% of total marks in each theory paper

b) 33% of total marks in each practical paper and

c) 33% of the aggregate marks.

d) 'D' grade in the internally assessed subjects.

A candidate shall be required to pass the Theory and Practical Examination separately.

(ii) Classification of Successful Candidates :

The candidate shall be placed in:

(a) Distinction Division if he/she secures 75% or more of the aggregate marks;

(b) First Division if he/she secures 60% and above but below 75% of the aggregate marks;

(c) Second Division if he/she secures 50% and above but below 60% of the aggregate

marks; and

(d) Third Division if he/she secures 33% and above but below 50% of the aggregate marks.

Excess marks in additional subjects:

Excess marks over the pass marks (above 33%) obtained in the additional subject shall not be taken into account to determine the candidate's rank and division.

Eligibility for the Compartment exam:

A candidate failing one of the five subjects of external examination shall be placed in a compartment in those subjects provided he/she qualifies in all the subjects of internal assessment.

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