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TS Intermediate Board Syllabus 2021

Telangana board has reduced the intermediate syllabus by 30 percent for the academic year 2021. As most of the working days were lost, the government has decided to ease students' burden. TBISE constituted a committee that suggested the cut in the syllabus. Only the science stream syllabus is being reduced like CBSE, and for other streams, the unimportant parts are omitted.

TS Intermediate board released the latest syllabus for science, commerce, and arts on its website. The syllabus for all subjects has been updated and revised by the board. The board usually sets the syllabus according to the current trend in the education system. The TS Intermediate syllabus can be downloaded as PDF files. PDF files of subjects under all streams, i.e., Commerce, Science, and Humanities, are available here.

 

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TS Intermediate Syllabus 2021 (Stream-Wise)

The syllabus for the Telangana Intermediate board exam 2021 is divided mainly into three streams, i.e., languages, science, and humanities. Students of Telangana board class 12th can choose the streams according to their area of interest. Not all subjects in the TS Inter syllabus are mandatory. Few subjects are elective.

1.TS Intermediate 1st year syllabus 2021

2. TS Intermediate 2nd year syllabus 2021

Candidates can go through the stream-wise syllabus from the given table and check all core subjects and prepare accordingly for exams.

Stream Major Subjects
Language
  • English

  • Telugu

  • Hindi

  • Sanskrit

  • Arabic

  • Tamil

  • Oria

  • French

  • Urdu

Science
  • Mathematics

  • Physics

  • Chemistry

  • Botany

  • Zoology
Humanities
  • Commerce
  • Economics
  • Civics
  • History
  • Psychology
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • Logic
  • Public Administration
  • Sociology

TS Intermediate 1st Year Syllabus 2021

TS Intermediate consists of three streams, i.e., Humanities, Science, and Language. English subject is mandatory for 1st year. Go through the syllabus of all different streams of TS Intermediate 1st year.

TS Intermediate 1st Year Language Syllabus 2021

TS Intermediate 1st year language consists of Telugu, Hindi, Arab, French, etc. Candidates to look over the given syllabus below and prepare accordingly for the exam.

TS Intermediate 1st Year French Language Syllabus 2021

Candidates can check the unit-wise syllabus for the French language from the following table.

Unit Unit Name
I. Prose
  • École de français, Paris: Au secrétariat
  • Autour de l’école
  • La vie quotidienne
  • Une randonnée
II. Poetry
  • La Semaine
  • À Paris
  • Les quatre saisons
III. Lexique
  • Se présenter
  • Présenter quelqu’un
  • Les Nationalités
  • Les Professions
  • Les questions/ réponses
  • Au téléphone : dire au revoir
  • S’orienter
  • Rédiger un emploi du temps
  • Communiquer en classe
  • Fixer un rendez-vous au téléphone
  • Fixer l’heure, l’endroit, pour une réunion
  • Parler des prix
  • Dire l’heure
  • Faire les projets pour la soirée
  • Demander/Indiquer le chemin
  • Demander la direction
  • Donner les indications
  • Le Corps
IV. Culture/Civilisation
  • La France
  • Papiers d’identité
  • L’école, Les études
  • Les différentes matières
  • Les jours, la semaine
  • Paris
  • Versailles
  • Le billet de bateau-mouche
  • La tour Eiffel
  • La SNCF
  • Le Calendrier
  • Le mois, l’année
  • Les Parfums
  • Les Fromages, Les Vins
  • Les Saisons
  • Les Fêtes
  • La Météo
  • La Bretagne, La Bourgogne
  • La Provence, Cote d’Azur
V. Grammaire
  • L’alphabet
  • Les Chiffres 0 à 50
  • L’article défini, indéfini
  • Les présentateurs : C’est/ Ce sont
  • Quelques verbes
  • Pronom tonique
  • Les Prépositions
  • Les Pluriels
  • L’article contracte
  • Le présentateur « il y a »
  • Quelques verbes
  • Les chiffres de 50 à l’ infini
  • La négation
  • Le pronom ‘on’
  • Les présentateurs « voici, voilà »
  • Le pronom tonique
  • Le Futur proche
  • L’interrogation
  • Les infinitifs

TS Intermediate 1st Year Science Syllabus 2021

Candidates can go through the TS Intermediate 1st year science syllabus that consists of Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Physics, and Mathematics.

TS Intermediate 1st Year Chemistry Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate 1st year Chemistry syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit Unit Name
 1. Atomic Structure

Developments leading to the Bohr’s model of atom, Bohr’s model for hydrogen
atom

Dual Behaviour of matter (Broglie’s equation)

Heisenberg’s
Uncertainty principle

Quantum numbers, energies of orbitals - filling of orbitals in atom: Aufbau Principle, Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule of maximum, multiplicity - electronic configuration of atoms-stability of completely filled and half
filled subshells. 

 2. Classification of Elements and Peridiocity of Properties

Modern periodic law and the present form of periodic table, Nomenclature of elements with atomic number greater than 100

Electronic configuration of elements and the periodic table

Electronic configuration and types of elements s.p.d. and f blocks

Periodic trends in properties of elements -atomic radii, ionic radii, inert gas radii, Ionization, enthalpy, electron gain enthalpy, electronegativity, valency. 

3. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 

Kossel – Lewis approach to chemical bonding, Ionic or electrovalent bond 3.3
Bond parameters

VSEPR theory: predicting the geometry of simple molecules

Valence Bond Theory, Hybridisation, Coordinate bond-definition with examples

Molecular orbital theory – bonding in some homonuclear diatomic molecules

Hydrogen bonding

 4. State of Matter: Gases and Liquids

Intermolecular forces 4.2 Thermal energy

Intermolecular forces Vs thermal
interactions

The Gaseous State.

Gas Laws

Ideal gas equation.

Graham's Law of diffusion – Dalton’s law of partial pressures

Kinetic molecular theory of gases

Kinetic gas equation of an ideal gas (No derivation) – deduction of
gas laws from kinetic gas equation

Behaviour of real gases: deviation from ideal
gas behaviour – compressibility factor Vs pressure diagrams of real gases.

 5. Stoichiometry

Importance of Chemistry-Some basics

Atomic and molecular masses- mole
concept and molar mass concept of equivalent weight

Percentage composition of compounds and calculations of empirical and molecular formulas of compounds.

Stoichiometry and stoichiometric calculations.

Redox reations 5.8 Oxidation
Number Concept

Types of redox reaction, balancing of redox reactions, oxidation number method – of reaction(ion- electron) method.

 6. Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic terms 6.2 work- enthalpy – Extensive and intensive
properties

Enthalpies for different types of reactions

Spontaneity

Gibbs energy change and equilibrium.

Absolute Entropy and the third law of thermodynamics 

 7. Chemical Equilibrium and Acid Bases

Equilibrium in the physical process.

Equilibrium in chemical processdynamic equilibrium

Law of chemical equilibrium - law of mass action and equilibrium constant

Homogeneous equilibria constant in gaseous system, relation between Kp & Kc

Heterogeneous equilibria

Applications of equilibrium constant

Factors affecting Equilibria- Le-chatelier’s principleApplication to industrial synthesis of ammonia and sulphur trioxide

Ionic equilibrium in solutions

Acids and bases and salts – Arrhenius, Bronsted – Lowry and Lewis concepts of acids and bases

Buffer solutions-designing of buffer solution - preparation of acidic buffer

Solubility equilibria of sparingly soluble salt solubility product constant, common ion effect on solubility of ionic salts. 

8. Hydrogen and its Compounds

Position of hydrogen in the periodic table

Dihydrogen-occurrance and
isotopes

Hydrides: ionic, covalent and non stoichiometric hydrides

Physical and chemical properties of water, heavy water, Hydrogen as a
fuel. 

 9. s - Block Elements - Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals

Group I Elements: Alkali metals; electronic configurations; atomic and ionic radii; ionization enthalpy; hydration enthalpy; physical properties; chemical properties; uses

General characteristics of the compounds of the Alkali metals: oxides; halides; salts of oxy acids

Anomalous properties of Lithium: Alkaline earth metals; electronic configuration; ionization enthalpy; hydration enthalpy; physical properties; chemical properties; uses.

General characteristics of compounds of the alkaline earth metals

Anomalous behaviour of beryllium; its diagonal relationship with aluminum. 

10. p- Block Elements: Group-13 Boron Family

General introduction – electronic configuration, atomic radii, ionization
enthalpy, electro negativity; physical and chemical properties

Important trends and anomalous properties of boron.

11. p- Block Elements: Group-14 Carbon Family

General introduction - electronic configuration, atomic and covalent
radii, ionization enthalpy, electro negativity; physical and chemical
properties.

Important trends and anomalous properties of carbon

Allotropes of carbon

Uses of carbon.

12. Environmental Chemistry NIL
13. Organic Chemistry - Some Basic Principles and Techniques Hydrocarbons

General introduction

Tetravalency of Carbon: shapes of organic
compounds

Structural representations of organic compounds

Classification of organic compounds 13.5 Nomenclature of organic
compounds

Isomerism

Fundamental concepts in organic reaction
mechanisms

HYDROCARBONS- Classification of hydrocarbons.

Alkanes – nomenclature, isomerism (structural and conformations of ethane
only)

Preparation and properties of Alkanes

Alkenesnomenclature, structure of ethene, isomerism (structural and geometrical).
Methods of preparation of alkenes physical and chemical properties of
alkenes

Alkynes – nomenclature and isomerism, structure of acetylene methods of preparation of acetylene-physical properties, chemical reactions
of Acetylene

Aromatic Hydrocarbons: nomenclature and isomerismstructure of benzene, resonance and aromaticity-Preparation of benzenephysical and chemical properties of benzene- directive influence of functional
groups in mono substituted benzene, carcinogenicity and toxicity

TS Intermediate 1st Year Mathematics Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate Mathematics syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit Unit Name
I. Functions 1.0: Ordered Pairs 1.1: Types of Functions
1.3: Real valued functions (Domain,
Range and Inverse)
III. Matrices 3.1: Types of Matrices 3.2: Scalar multiple of a Matrix and
Multiplication of matrices
3.3: Transpose of a matrix
3.4.1 to 3.4.7 : Determinants
3.5: Adjoint and inverse of a matrix
3.7:solutions of simultaneous linear
equations
Cramer's Rule Matrix inversion method
IV. Addition of Vectors Complete Chapter
V. Product of Vectora Introduction
5.1: Scalar or Dot product of two
Vectors -Geometrical 5.2: Properties of dot product
5.3: Expression for scalar (Dot)
Product, Angle between Vectors
5.4 : Geometrical Vector methods 5.5: Vector Equation of plane - normal form
5.6: Angle between two planes
5.7: Vector Product (cross product)
of two vectors and properties
5.8: Vector product in (i, j, k) system 5.9: Vector Areas
5.10: Scalar Triple product
VI. Trigonometric Ratios upto
Transformations
Compete Chapter
IX. Hyperbolic Functions 9.1 Definition of Hyperbolic
Functions and Graphs
9.3: Addition formulas of Hyperbolic
functions
X. Properties of Triangles Complete Chapter

TS Intermediate 1st Year Botany Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate Botany syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit

Unit Name

UNIT I: Plant Physiology

  • Transport in Plants
  • Mineral Nutrition Methods
  • Enzymes Chemical Reactions
  • Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
  • Respiration of Plants
  • Plant Growth and Development

UNIT II: Microbiology

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses

UNIT III: Genetics

Principles of Inheritance and Variation

UNIT IV: Molecular Biology

Molecular Basis of inheritance

UNIT V: Biotechnology 

  • Principles and processes of Biotechnology
  • Biotechnology and its applications

UNIT VI: Plants, Microbes and Human welfare 

  • Strategies for enhancement in food production
  • Microbes in Human Welfare

TS Intermediate 1st Year Humanities Syllabus 2021

TS Intermediate 1st year humanities syllabus consists of economics, history, political science etc. Candidates can go through the syllabus and prepare accordingly.

TS Intermediate 1st Year Economics Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate Economics syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit Unit Name
I. Introduction to Economics 1.1 Definitions of Economics
1.2 Fundamental Problems of an Economy
1.3 Nature and Scope of Economics
1.4 Micro Economics and Macro Economics
1.6 Basic Concepts of Economics
II. Theories of Consumer Behavior 2.1 Utility
2.2 Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility
2.4 Shortcomings of Utility Analysis
2.5 Indifference Curve Analysis
III. Product Analysis 4.1 Concept of Production and Factors of Production
4.2 Production Function
4.3 Law of Variable Proportions
4.4 Law of Returns to Scale
4.5 Economies of Scale
4.7 Cost Analysis
4.8 Revenue Analysis
IV. Market Analysis 5.1 Markets: Meaning and Classification
5.2 Perfect Competition: Meaning, Characteristics and
Price Determination
5.3 Imperfect Competition: Monopoly, Comparison
between Perfect Competition and Monopoly,
Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly and Duopoly
(except 5.3.2, 5.3.3 & 5.3.4)
V. Theories of Distribution 6.4 Rent: Concepts and The Ricardian Theory of Rent
6.5 Wages: Concepts and Types
6.6 Interest: Concepts
6.7 Profits: Concepts
VI. National Income Analysis 7.1 Definitions of National Income
7.2 Determining Factors of National Income
7.3 Concepts of National Income
7.4 Components of National Income
7.5 Measurement of National Income: Methods
Difficulties and Importance
7.6 Estimation of National Income in India
VII. Theories of Employment and Public Finance  8.2 Keynesian Theory of Income and Employment
8.3 Public Finance
8.4 Centre-State Financial Relations (except 8.4.2)
8.5 Budge t

TS Intermediate 1st Year Geography Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate 1st year Geography syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit Unit Name
Part A - Fundamentals of Physical Geography 
I . Geography as a Discipline Geography as an integrating discipline, Branches of Geography: Physical
Geography and Human Geography
II. The Earth Interior of the earth; Wegener's continental drift theory and plate tectonics
Earthquakes and volcanoes: causes, types and effects
III. Landforms Rocks: major types of rocks and their characteristics
Geomorphic processes: weathering; mass wasting; erosion and deposition.
IV. Climate Elements of weather and climate;
Atmosphere - composition and structure; Insolation: heating and cooling of
atmosphere (conduction, convection, terrestrial radiation and advection);
temperature- factors controlling temperature; distribution of temperature- horizontal and vertical; inversion of temperature.
Pressure-factors & distribution; pressure belts; winds-planetary, seasonal and
local; Rainfall-types and world distribution
V. Oceans: Basics of Oceonography
  • Ocean-distribution of temperature and salinity
  • Movement of ocean water-waves, tides and currents; submarine reliefs
  • Ocean pollution
VI. Life on Earth
  • Biosphere-importance of plants and other organisms
  • Ecosystem and ecological balance
  • Biodiversity and conservation
VII. Hazards and Disasters Causes, Consequences and Management Floods,
Cloudbursts; Droughts: Tsunami
Cyclones: features and impact.
Part B - Practical Work 
I. Fundamentals of Maps Geospatial data, Concept of Geographical data matrix; Point, line, area data
Maps- types; scales-types; construction of simple linear scale, measuring
distance; finding direction and use of symbols
II. Topographic and Weather Maps Study of topographic maps (1:50,000 or 1:25,000 Survey of India maps);
contour cross section and identification of landforms - slopes, hills, valleys,
waterfall, cliffs and distribution of settlements
Use of weather instruments: thermometer, wet and dry-bulb thermometer,
barometer, wind vane and rain gauge

TS Intermediate 2nd Year Syllabus 2021

TS Intermediate 2nd year consists of three streams, i.e., Language, Science, and Humanities. English subject is mandatory for all the candidates. Candidates can go through different streams and study the syllabus thoroughly and prepare accordingly.

TS Intermediate 2nd Year Language Syllabus 2021

TS Intermediate second language consists of different optional languages such as French, Urdu, Arab, Hindi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Orio etc. Candidates can go through the syllabus for the language that they choose.

TS Intermediate 2nd Year French Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate 2nd year French syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

Unit Unit Name
I. Prose
  • Préparatifs d’un voyage
  • À Lausanne
  • Un dimanche à la montagne
  • Il était un fois
II. Poetry
  • Pour toi mon amour
  • Expressions Québécoises
  • Une chanson pomme
  • Mon pays
III. Lexique
  • Donner des informations personnelles
  • Exprimer des faits futurs
  • Le voyage
  • Vocabulaire de la gare et du train
  • Exprimer l’ignorance
  • Exprimer la certitude
  • Indiquer les éléments du passé
  • Raconter un événement
  • Ecrire une lettre personnelle
  • Types de logement
  • Raconter une journée
  • S’informer sur des prix, sur la taille
  • L’échange
  • Vêtements, équipements de ski
  • Techniques de sk
  • Parler d’autrefois
  • Décrire des habitudes présentes et passées
  • Inviter quelqu’un
  • Accepter, refuser les invitations
  • Parler de l’avenir proche ou lointain
  • Donner un conseil
  • La Famille 
IV. Culture/Civilisation
  • Billets de train
  • La Suisse
  • Plurilinguisme et multi culturalité de la Suisse
  • Passer la frontière
  • Les petites annonces
  • Les Chiffres Suisses
  • Le Chalet
  • Le Lac Léman
  • Les sports d’hiver
  • Le Gruyère
  • Les montagnes
  • Quelques organisations internationales à Genève
  • Le château de Chillon
V. Grammaire
  • Le Passé Récent
  • Le Futur
  • Les adjectifs possessifs
  • Les adjectifs démonstratifs
  • Quelques verbes
  • La Comparaison
  • Il faut
  • Le Passé Composé
  • Les nombres ordinaux
  • Les compléments de temps
  • Les formes de négation
  • Quelques verbes
  • Le superlatif
  • Le pronom interrogatif
  • Le Passé Composé avec la négation, l’interrogation
  • Les connecteurs de temps
  • Quelques verbes
  • L’imparfait

TS Intermediate 2nd Year Science Syllabus 2021

Candidates can go through the TS Intermediate 2nd year science syllabus that consists of Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Physics and Mathematics.

TS Intermediate 2nd year Chemistry Syllabus 2021

Candidates should go through all thirteen units of TS Intermediate Chemistry syllabus with each topic clearly and prepare for exams.

Unit Unit Name
I. Solid State 1.1 General characteristics of solids. 1.2 Amorphous and
crystalline solids. 1.3 Classification of crystalline solids 1.4
Probing the structure of solids: X-ray Crystallography 1.5 Crystal
lattices and unit cells 1.6 Number of atoms in a Unit cell 1.7 Close
packed structures 1.8 Packing efficiency 1.9 Calculations involving
unit cell dimensions 1.10 Imperfections in solids.
II. Solutions 2.1 Types of solutions 2.2 Expressing concentration of solutions
2.3 Solubility 2.4 Vapour pressure of liquid solutions 2.5 Ideal and
non-ideal solutions 2.6 Colligative properties and determination
of molar mass.
III. Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics 3.3 Nernst equation 3.4 Conductance of electrolytic solutions
applications of Kohlrausch’slaw chemical kinetics: 3.5 Electrolysis
3.9 Rate of a chemical reaction 3.10 Factors influencing rate of a
reaction 3.11 Integrated rate equations 3.12 Pseudo first order
reaction 3.13 Temperature dependence of the rate of a reaction.
IV. Surface Chemistry 4.1 Adsorption and absorption 4.3 Colloids 4.4 Classification of
colloids 4.6 Colloids Around us- application of colloids.
VI. p-Block Elemennts, Group 15- Elements 6.1 Introduction-Occurance 6.2 Dinitrogen 6.3 Compounds of
nitrogen-preparation and properties of ammonia 6.4 Oxides of
nitrogen 6.5 Preparation and properties of nitric acid 6.6
Phosphorous-allotropic forms GROUP-16 ELEMENTS 6.10
Introduction-Occurance 6.11 Dioxygen-preparation, properties
and uses 6.12 Simple oxides 6.13 Ozone-preparation, properties,
structure, uses 6.14 Sulphur-allotropic forms 6.15 Sulphur
dioxide-preparation, properties, uses 6.16 Oxoacids of sulphur,
6.17 sulphuric acid properties and uses GROUP-17 ELEMENTS
6.18 Occurance-Introduction 6.19 Chlorine-preparation, properties and uses 6.20 Hydrogen chloride: preparation,
properties, uses 6.21 Oxoacids of halogens 6.22 Interhalogen
compounds GROUP-18 ELEMENTS 6.23 Introduction-Occurance,
electronic configuration, ionization enthalpy, atomic radii
electron gain enthalpy, physical and chemical properties.
VII. d and f-Block Elements and Coordination Compounds 7.1 Position in the periodic table 7.2 Electronic configuration of
the d-block elements 7.3 General properties of the transition
elements 7.8 Werner’s theory of coordination compounds 7.9
Definitions of some terms used in coordination compounds 7.10
Nomenclature of coordination compounds 7.11 Isomerism in
coordination compounds 7.12 Bonding in coordination
compounds 7.13 Bonding in metal carbonyls 7.14 Stability of
coordination compounds 7.15 Importance and applications of
coordination compounds
IX. Biomolecules 9.1 Carbohydrates: Classification of carbohydrates, mono
saccharides 9.2 Amino acids and Proteins. 9.5 Nucleic acids
XI. Halo Alkanes and Halo Arenes 11.1 Classification and nomenclature 11.2 Nature of C-X bond
11.3 Methods of preparation : alkyl and aryl halides 11.4 Physical
properties of alkyl and arylhlides 11.5 Chemical reactions of alkyl
and aryl halides.
XII. Organic
Compunds
Containing C,H
AND O
(Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic
acids)Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers 12.1 Alcohols, phenols and
ethers- classification 12.2 Nomenclature of alcohols, phenols and
ethers 12.3 Structures of hydroxyl ,ether functional groups 12.4
Methods of preparation of alcohols, phenols 12.5 Physical
properties of alcohols and phenols 12.6 Chemical reactions of
alcohols and phenol 12.8 Ethers–Methods of preparation,
physical properties and Chemical reactions Aldehydes and
Ketones 12.9 Nomenclature and structure of carbonyl group
12.10Preparation of aldehydes and ketones 12.11Physical
properties of aldehydes and ketones 12.12 Chemical reactions of
aldehydes and ketones 12.13 Uses of aldehydes and ketones
Carboxylic Acids 12.14 Nomenclature and structure of carboxyl
group 12.15 Methods of preparation of carboxylic acids 12.16
Physical properties of carboxylic acids 12.17 Chemical reactions
of carboxylic acids 12.18 Uses of carboxylic acids.
XIII. Organic Compounds Contating Nitrogen Amines 13.1 Structure of amines 13.2 Classification 13.3 Nomenclature 13.4 Preparation of amines 13.5 Physical
properties of amines 13.6 Chemical reactions of amines.

TS Intermediate 2nd Year Mathematics Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate 2nd year Mathematics syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit Unit Name
I. Complex Numbers Introduction
1.1: Complex number as an Ordered pair of real numbers Fundamental operations
1.2: Representation of Complex number in the form a+ib
II. De Moivre's Theorem Upto exercise 2(b) section-I and related examples
III. Quadratic Expressions Introduction
3.1 Quadratic expressions, equations in one variable
3.2 Sign of quadratic expressions, change of signs and
maximum, minimum values
IV. Theory of Equations Complete Chapter
V. Permutations and Combinations Introduction
5.1 Fundamental Principles of Counting - Linear and Circular
permutations
5.2: Permutation of n dissimilar things r at a time
5.6: Combinations
Exercise 5(e) Section I and II Related Problems
Exercise 5(e) Section III Deleted
VI. Binomial Theorem Introduction
Exercise 6(a) Section I and Section II up to 4th problem and
related examples
Exercise 6(b) Section I and related examples Exercise 6(c) Deleted
VII. Partial Fractions Upto 7(c) exercise
VIII. Measures of Dispersion Introduction
8.1: Range
8.2.1: Mean Deviation for ungrouped data
Exercise 8(a) Section I (problems 1 and 2)
IX. Probability Introduction
9.1 Random experiments and events
9.2 Classical definition of probability, axiomatic approach and
addition theorem on probability
9.3.1 Independent and dependent events, conditional probability,
multiplication theorem and problems and related examples
X. Random Variables and
Probability Distribution
Introduction
10.1 Random Variables
10.2 Theoretical Discrete Distributions - Binomial and Poisson
Distributions

TS Intermediate 2nd year Humanities Syllabus 2021

TS Intermediate 2nd year Humanities stream consists of subjects like Economics, Geography, Accountancy, Statistics, Political Science etc. Candidates can go through some of the core subject of Humanities stream.

TS Intermediate 2nd year Economics Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate 2nd year Mathematics syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Unit Unit Name
I. Economic Growth and Economic Development 1.0 Introduction
1.1. Concepts of Economic Growth and Economic Development
1.2 Objectives of Economic Development
1.3 Indicators of Economic Development (Except 1.3.4, 1.3.6, 1.3.7 )
1.4 Factors Hindering Economic Development
1.5 Factors Promoting Economic Development
1.7 Characteristics of Developing Economies with Special Reference to India
II. Population and Human Resource Development 2.0 Introduction
2.1 Theory of Demographic Transition
2.2 Demographic Features of Indian Population
2.3 Concept of Population Explosion :Causes for rapid growth of population in
In India
2.5 Occupational Distribution of Population in India
2.6 Human Resource Development: Concept and Importance
2.7 Role of Education in Economic Development and Education in India
2.8 Role of Health in Economic Development and Health in India
2.9 Human Development Index (Except 2.9.1 & 2.9.2)
III. National Income, Poverty and Unemployment 3.0 Introduction
3.1 A Backdrop to National Income Studies
3.2 trends in National Income and Per Capita Income in India
3.3 Sectoral Contribution to National Income
3.5 Inequalities in the distribution of income and wealth Causes Remedial Measures
3.6 Poverty in India : Concept, Incidence, Causes and Consequences
(Except 3.6.2, 3.6.3)
3.7 Unemployment in India : Concept, Types, Concepts, Causes and Consequences and redial measures
3.8 Poverty elevation and employment generation programs in India
(Except Table-3.11)
IV. Planning and Environment 4.0 Introduction
Part-A: Planning
4.1 Concept, Importance of Planning (except 4.1.2) 90 4.2 Major Objectives of Five Year Plans in India
4.3 Review of Five Year Plans
4.4 NITI Aayog
Part –B: Environment
4.7 Concept of environment-Importance of environment in
Economic Development (Except:4.7.2)
4.8 Concepts of Eco-System, Pollution and Environmental Degradation
Except 4.8.3(II)
4.10 Need for environmental protection
4.11 Sustainable Development
V. Agricultural Sector 5.0 Introduction
5.1 Importance and Growth of Agriculture in Indian Economy
5.2 Causes for Low Productivity in Agriculture and
measures to Improve Agricultural Productivity in India
5.3 Land Reforms in India
5.4. Green Revolution in India and its impact on Indian Economy 137 5.5 Agricultural Credit and Rural Indebtedness (Except 5.5.2)
VI. Industrial Sector

6 : Industrial Sector
6.0 Introduction
6.1 Structure of Indian Industry
6.2 Growth and Pattern of Industrial Development in India
(Except 6.2.5)
6.3 Industrial Backwardness
6.4 Industrial Policy Resolutions (Except 6.4.3, 6.4.4 ) 6.5 Special Economic Zones (SEZ) 6.6 Small Scale Industries role, problems and issue of sickness 6.7 Industrial Finance (Except 6.11.1 (G)

VII. Tertiary Sector 7.0 Introduction
7.1 Tertiary Sector in India: Components and importance 7.2 Infrastructure development in India
7.3 Transport sector in India
7.4 Energy Sector
7.5 Communications
7.6 Information Technology
7.7 Science and Technology
7.9 Insurance
 VIII. New Economic Reforms and Foreign Sector 8.0 Introduction
Part: New Economic reforms
8.1 Liberalization
8.2 Privatization and Disinvestment
8.3 Globalization
8.4 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
8.5 Impact of Economic Reforms on Indian Economy
Part-B: Foreign Sector
8.6 Balance of Payments and Balance of Trade
with special reference to India
8.7 Role of International Trade in Indian Economy 
IX. Economic Features of Telangana 9.0 Introduction
9.1 Structure of Telangana State
9.2 Economic features of Telangana :Sectors SGDP and PCI  9.3 Demographic Features of Telangana
9.4 Poverty and Unemployment in Telangana
9.5 Welfare Programmes in Telangana 
X. Structural Transformation of Telangana Economy 10.0 Introduction
10.1 Sect oral growth in Telangana Economy
10.2 Infrastructural Development in Telangana: Energy, Irrigation and
Transport
10.3 Communication and Information Technology 10.4 Banking and Insurance
10.5 Tourism Sector
10.6 Environment
10.7 Regional imbalances in Telangana in comparison to AP
10.8 Rural and Urban disparities

TS Intermediate 2nd year Geography Syllabus 2021

Find below the TS Intermediate 2nd year Geography syllabus for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

Unit Unit Name
Part A - Fundamentals of Human and Economic Geography 
I. Human Geography Meaning, Nature, scope and relevance of human Geography;
Man–Environment relationships
II. World Population Distribution, density of population, Growth of population in the world. Factors affecting / influencing distribution of population
III. Economic Geography Economic geography: Definition, Scope and Significance;
Sectors of economic activity: Concepts, changing trends.
Primary Activities: Concepts, changing trends. Food gathering, pastoral, mining and subsistence agriculture.
Secondary Activities: concepts. Manufacturing industries: Locational factors, types - distribution and production – Agro based: Textile (cotton), Mineral based (Iron and steel): Petro-chemical. Mineral resources: Iron ore, Bauxite, Power resources: Coal, petroleum and; Non- conventional sources of energy. Tertiary Economic activities: Concepts, people engaged in the tertiary activities with some
examples
Quaternary Economic activities: Concepts, people engaged in the quaternary activities with
some examples
IV. World Transportation and Trade Relative significance of different means of transport- Land transport, Railways –
transcontinental railways, Air ways and Water ways.
World oceanic routes; important inland waterways and important canals;
International trade
V. Environment and Resources Resources: Definition, Classification - Resource depletion. Environment: Meaning, definition and components;
Environmental conservation and management; sustainable development.
VI. Human Settlements Settlement types - rural and urban.
Part B - Geography of India 
VII. Physiography Locational characteristics; Physical setting, Physiographic divisions;
Drainage system: The Himalayan and Peninsular System
VIII. Climate Origin of monsoon, climatic regions in India; distribution of temperature and rainfall.
Soils: types and distribution, Vegetation: types and distribution.
IX. Population Population: Size, Growth, Distribution and Density from 1901-2011;
Trends of Urbanization, population problems. Migration: International, National, causes and consequences.
Human Development: Introduction and Regional Pattern
X. Resources Mineral and Energy Resource Base: distribution and production
Minerals –Iron ore, Manganese,
Power resources- Coal, Petroleum and Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar, Wind and
Biogas), Conservation of Resources.
XI. Land Resources Agriculture: General Land Use, Land Use Classification
Distribution and production of Major Crops- Wheat, rice, sugarcane, cotton, caster and ground
nut, Coffee and tea – their distribution, production
XII. Water Resources Irrigation and Power: types of irrigation. Wells, canals, and tanks;
Major multipurpose projects: Bhakra Nangal, Nagarjuna Sagar, Rain Water Harvesting and
Watershed Management.
XIII. Industries Location factors, growth, distribution, and trade
Pharmaceuticals, and Knowledge based industries (IT). Globalization and Economic
Development.
XIV. Transport and Trade Means of transport; roadways, railways, airways, and water ways, Major ports of India
Part C - Telangana 
XV. Telangana Administrative regions; physiography and Drainage
XVI. Climate Distribution of climate, temperature and rainfall.
Soils: types, distribution, characteristics; Vegetation: types and distribution
XVII. Population Size, Growth, Distribution and Density from 1961-2011; demographic characteristics: literacy,
sex ratio; Rural and Urban populations

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