## Cbse class 9 syllabus | Syllabus for CBSE CLass 9th

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## Biology: Cbse class 9 syllabus

- Temporary Mount of Leaf Peel
- Exhalation of CO2 During Respiration

Photosynthesis in plants

- Parasitic nutrition in fungus
- Amoeba
- Detailed digestive system II
- Teeth
- Oral care
- Physiology of digestion
- Digestive and excretory system
- Respiratory system
- Respiratory and circulatory systems
- Anatomy of heart
- Heart and blood circulation
- Arteries and veins
- Blood Composition
- Blood – The RBC Story
- Transpiration
- Excretory system
- Nephron (Structure and functions)
- Urine formation
- Structure of neuron
- Neuromuscular junction
- Mechanism of muscle fibre contraction
- Meninges of the brain
- Reflex arc
- Budding in Yeast
- Binary Fission in Amoeba
- Parts of dicot embryo
- Regeneration among animals
- Tissue culture
- Typical flower
- Parts of a Fertilization and implantation in humans
- Placenta and foetal haemoglobin
- Principle of dominance
- Test cross
- Chromosomes
- genes and DNA
- Structure of DNA
- Urey Miller’s Experiment
- Hominid evolution
- The eye
- Forest ecosystem
- Aquatic ecosystem
- Food chain
- Food WebEnergy flow in an ecosystem
- Ecological pyramids
- Ozone layerWater pollution and its effect(Eutrophication)

## Chemistry: Cbse class 9 syllabus

- Determining pH
- Properties of Acids and Bases
- Relative Reactivity of Metals
- Reaction of Metals with Acids
- Chemical Equations
- Balancing of Equations
- Combination Reactions
- Heat Change During Chemical Reactions

Decomposition Reactions

- Decomposition Reaction
- Corrosion
- Laboratory Preparation of Hydrogen Gas
- Reaction of metals with sodium hydroxide
- Reaction of Metal Carbonates with Acid
- Preparation of Soluble Salts
- Preparation of Insoluble Salts
- Neutralization
- Reaction of Metal Oxides with Acid
- The Common Component of all Acids
- Calculating pH for Strong and Weak Bases
- Calculating pH for Strong and Weak Acids
- pH Scale and its Limitations
- Functioning of Human Body and pH
- pH of Salt Solutions
- Crystal Hydrate
- Physical Properties of Non-metals
- Reaction of Metals with Oxygen
- Reactions of Metals with Water
- Principles of Extraction of Metals
- Galvanization
- The Process of Thermoelectric Production
- Biodiesel
- Properties of Acetic Acid
- Laboratory Preparation of Soap
- Cleansing Capacity of Soap
- Carbon
- Bonding in Carbon
- Types of Covalent Bond and Lewis
- Representation,IUPAC Nomenclature-I(Alkanes)
- Classification of Functional Groups (Part-1)
- Classification of Functional Groups (Part –

II) - Alkenes
- Laboratory Preparation of Acetylene
- Homologous Series
- Addition Reactions of Alkenes
- Addition Reactions of Alkenes – II
- Types of Organic Reactions
- Soaps and Detergents
- Introduction to Modern Periodic Table
- General Characteristics of Groups
- General Characteristics of Periods
- Valency
- Atomic Radius and its Types
- Metallic and Non-metallic Properties in a Period
- Thermite Reaction

## Physics: Cbse class 9 syllabus

- Dependence of current on potential
- difference across a resistor
- Electric Current
- Electric Fuse
- Electric Charge
- Direct and Alternating Current
- Electric Components and Symbols
- Ohm’s Law
- Series Connection of Resistors
- Parallel Connection of Resistors
- Electric Power
- Magnetic Field due to a Straight Wire Carrying Current (Part-1)
- Magnetic Field due to a Straight Wire,Carrying Current (Part-2)
- Fleming’s Right Hand Rule
- Magnetic Field due to a Current Carrying Circular Coil (Part-1)
- Magnetic Field due to a Current Carrying.
- Circular Coil (Part-2)
- Galvanometer
- Electric Bell
- Fleming’s Left Hand Rule
- Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in Magnetic Field
- Fundamentals of a DC Motor
- AC Motor
- Faraday’s Experiments
- AC Generator
- Renewable Resources of Energy
- Solar Energy (Passive Solar Heating and Photovoltaic Devices)
- Solar Energy (Active Solar Systems)
- Hydroelectric Power
- Nuclear Fusion
- Focal Length of a Concave Mirror
- Focal length of Convex Lens
- Projector
- Reflection of Light and its Laws
- Colour of Objects
- Total Internal Reflection (Part-2)
- Curved Mirrors
- Images Formed by a Convex Mirror
- Images Formed by a Concave Mirror
- Fresnel lens and Overhead Projector
- New Cartesian Sign Convention(Spherical Mirrors and Lenses)
- Lenses
- Converging Lenses
- Diverging Lenses
- Image Formation in a Convex Lens
- Real and Virtual Images
- Reflecting Telescope
- Defects of Vision and their Correction
- Refraction of Light through a Prism
- Dispersion of White Light
- Primary Colours of Light
- Atmospheric Refraction

## Mathematics:

- Similar Triangles
- Similarity
- Similarity in Right Triangles (Corollaries)
- Converse of Pythagoras Theorem
- Introduction to Trigonometric Ratios
- Definition of Sine and Cosine Ratios
- Quadratic Functions
- Roots of a Quadratic Equation: Illustration
- Quadratic Polynomial: Completing the Square (a + b)²
- Quadratic Polynomial: Completing theSquare (a – b)²
- Roots and Discriminant
- Arithmetic Progression
- General Term of an Arithmetic Progression
- Sum of the First ‘n’ Terms of an Arithmetic
- Derivation of Distance Formula 2-D
- Area of a Triangle
- Common Tangents to Two Circles
- Tangent
- Dividing a Line segment into a Given Ratio (Externally)
- Dividing a Line segment into a Given Ratio (Internally)
- Construction: Direct Common Tangent
- Construction: Indirect or Transverse Common Tangents
- Construction Tangents to a Circle from a Point Exterior to the Circle
- Construction: Tangents through an external point
- Definition of Pi (p)
- Area and The Perimeter of a Sector
- Surface Area of Composite Objects:Cylinder and Sphere
- Surface Area of Composite Objects: Prismand Pyramid
- Surface Area of Composite Objects:Rectangular Prism and Triangular Prism
- Surface Area of Composite Objects:Hemisphere and Cone
- Surface Area of a Hollow Object: Cylinder
- Volume of Composite Objects: Cylinder

and Hemisphere - Volume of Composite Objects: Cylinder
- Cone and Hemisphere
- Volume of Composite
- Objects:Rectangular Prism and Triangular Prism
- Volume of Composite Objects:Hemisphere and Cone
- Volume of Hollow objects: Cylinder andSphere
- Volume of a Frustum
- Volume of a Cylinder
- Volume of a Cone
- Introduction to Probability
- Probability
- Translation
- Translation of Axes
- Practical Application of Mensuration.

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