Class X

Physics tuition for CBSE, ICSE , WBSE  School Students at Barasat

  • Offline and Online coaching for Class X :CBSE, ICSE, WBSE students
  • Online learning portal access for preparation.
  • Online Test in every week.
  • Practice Question Paper and Study Material.
  • Coaching fees : 400 INR /month.

West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education

PHYSICS SYLLABUS

West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) is a board of education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India.

Theory

SEC

THEME

TOTAL

Common
Area
1. Concerns about Our Environment 05
2.Behaviour of Gases 08
3.Chemical Calculations 04
PHY 4. Thermal Phenomena 05
5. Light 12
6.Current Electricity 12
7. Atomic Nucleus 05
CHEM 8. Periodic Table and Periodicity of the Properties of Elements 06
9.Ionic and Covalent Bonding 06
10.Electricity and Chemical Reactions 06
11. Inorganic Chemistry in the Laboratory and in Industry 08
12. Metallurgy 05
13 . Organic Chemistry 08
Total 90

Question Pattern

1. In Group A : All the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) are compulsory. There wil be no alternative to
any question in this Group.

2. In Group B : VSA will contain-(i) answer in single word or single sentence, (ii) column matching, (iii)
fill in the blanks, (iv) true/ false type questions. In this group there will be alternatives to a total of 6
questions : alternative to 1 question from the Common Area, 2 questions from Physics and 3 questions
from Chemistry will be given. All alternatives will be from the same theme/sub-theme.

3. In Group C : (a) Two (2) questions from Common Area will have to be answered. There will be alternative to 1 question from the same theme. (b) Two (2) questions from Physics will have to be answered.
There will be alternative to 1 question from the same theme. (c) Five (5) questions from Chemistry will
have to be answered. There will be alternative to 3 questions from the same sub-theme.

4. In Group D : (a) Two (2) questions from Common Area will have to be answered. There will be alternative to 1 question from the same theme. (b) Six (6) questions from Physics will have to be answered.
There will be alternative to 3 questions from the same theme. (c) Four (4) questions from Chemistry
will have to be answered. There will be alternative to 2 questions from the same sub-theme. In this
Group 3 marks may be broken as (2+1)

5. All alternatives should be internal i.e. an alternative to question (2a) should be designed as (2a) [Question] OR [Question], (2b), etc.

6. Each numerical question will have alternative item from the same theme/sub-theme.

7. This question pattern is indicative of Madhyamik Examination.