CBSE CCE In Class IX Exams 2nd Term (October 2009 – March 2010)


CBSE CCE In Class IX For 2nd Term (October 2009 – March 2010)

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) in CBSE

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The Class IX students will be assessed through CCE by the school itself. The strengthened CCE Scheme will be applicable for the second term (October 2009- March 2010) of the current Academic session in Class IX.

The Weightage of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) shall be as
follows:


Note: As the scheme is being introduced from the Second Term for this year, one of the following options may be taken up in schools.

1. Weightage of each Formative Assessment shall be 20% and that of Summative Assessment shall be 60%.

2. Internal Assessment of First Term if done by the school may be reduced to 10% + 10% in case of Formative 1 and Formative 2. Half yearly if conducted may be reduced to 20% (S1 -20%).

3. The details regarding Examination Structure for the Summative Assessment, the syllabus to be covered for the Second Term and Formative Assessment to be followed are being given in the Annexures for all the subjects.



Syllabus for Social Science
Class IX
Second Term October 2009 to March 2010

UNIT 1 (History) India and the Contemporary World I

Section I: Events and Processes (ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)

1. The French Revolution
2. Socials in Europe and the Russian Revolution
3. Nazism and the Rise of Hitler
Section II: Livelihoods, Economies and Societies (ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)
4. Forest Society and Colonialism
5. Pastoralists in the Modern World
6. Peasants and Farmers.
Section III: Every Day Life, Culture and Politics (ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)
7. History and Sports : The story of cricket
8. Clothing : A Social History

UNIT II (GEOGRAPHY) CONTEMPORARY INDIA I

Chapter 3 – Drainage
Chapter 4 – Climate
Chapter 5 – Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Chapter 6 – Population
Map Work – Based on the above chapters as per the list of map items provided
herewith.

UNIT III – (POLITICAL SCIENCE) DEMOCRATIC POLITICS

Chapter 3 - Constitutional Design
Chapter 4 – Electoral Politics
Chapter 5 – Working of Institutions
Chapter 6 – Democratic Rights
UNIT IV – ECONOMICS
Chapter 2 – People as Resource
Chapter 3 – Poverty as a challenge
Chapter 4 – Food Security in India


UNIT V – (DISASTER MANAGEMENT) TOGETHER, TOWARDS A SAFER INDIA - II

Chapter 2 – Specific Hazards and Mitigation
Chapter 3 - Preventing Common Human Induced Disasters


LIST OF MAP ITEMS (GEOGRAPHY)
On Political Outline Map of India (Both for identification & locating and labeling)

Chapter 3 – (Drainage)
Rivers : Ganga, Satluj, Brahmaputra, Narmada, Tapi, Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna and
Kaveri
Lakes : Chilka, Pulicat, Vembanad, Sambhar
Mountain Ranges : The Karakoram, Zasker, Shivalik, Aravali, Vindhya, Satpura, Western
Ghats, Eastern Ghats
Mountain Peaks : K2, Kanchanjunga, Anaimudi
Coastal Strips: Coromandel, Konkan

Chapter 4: (Climate)
Cities : Tiruvananthapuram, Chennai, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Leh,
Shillong, Delhi, Nagpur
Areas receiving rainfall over 400 cms.
Areas receiving rainfall less than 20 cms.

Chapter 5 : (Natural Vegetation & Wildlife)
Areas : Evergreen forests, Tropical rain forests, Mountain forests, Mangarove forests.
National Parks : Corbett, Kaziranga, Ranthambor, Shivpuri, Kanha Kirt, Simlipal, Manas
Bird Sanctuaries : Bharatpur and Ranganathitto
Wild Life Sanctuaries : Sariska, Mudumalai, Rajaji, Dachigam
Chapter 6 (Population)
o The State having the highest density of population
o The State having the lowest density of population
o The State having the highest sex ratio
o The State having the lowest sex ratio
o The most populous State of India
o The least populous State of India
 

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