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CISCE-ISC 12th Board Syllabus

CISCE-ISC 12th Board Syllabus 2019

CISCE  is an approved organisation that has hosted the syllabus for ISC 2019. The ISC class 12th board exams have been started in the first week of February. Students can download ISC 12th class syllabus and exam pattern. The same can also get from here. ISC 12th board examinations are conducted every year by the CISCE board. They also conduct the supplementary examination to those students who have not clear in the first attempt. The question paper will be based on the syllabus specified by the CISCE board.

Compulsory subjects-

  • English: Paper 1 and Paper II
  • General Foundation Industrial Sociology & Entrepreneurship
Choice of subjects:

  • Business Studies
  • Air Conditioning and refrigeration
  • Offset Printing Technician
  • Graphics Designing Technician
  • Physical Education
  • Crèche & Pre-primary School Management
  • Hospitality Management
  • Exterior & Interior Design
  • Office Assistance
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician
  • Civil Engineering Technician
  • Telecommunication Engineering Technician
  • Computer Theory & System Analyst
ISC 12th Syllabus 2019 Highlights

ISC 12th Syllabus 2019

Board Name

Council For The Indian School Certificate Examination

Examination Type

ISC 12th Board Exam

Exam Mode

Written Exam (Offline)

ISC 12th Syllabus Detailed For Each Subject

Subject Name

English

Class

12th

There will be two papers as follows:

Paper 1: English Language (3 hours) – 100 marks

Paper 2: Literature in English (3 hours) – 100 marks

Types of Assessment

a) Listening Skills: A passage of about 350 words is read aloud, twice, the first time at normal reading speed (about 110 words a minute) and the next time at a slower speed. Students may make brief notes during the readings. They then answer objective type questions based on the passage on the paper provided.

Passage of about 500 words will be provided:-

A question that elicits the main ideas of all or part of the passage. This question paper will consist of two parts:

(i) In the first part, the students will be required to list the main points as directed, in point form. Sentences/phrases/clauses will be accepted, as long as the meaning is conveyed. In this part, marks will be awarded for Content.

(ii) In the second part of the question, the students will be required to frame these points in a summary (keeping to a word limit), in a coherent manner. In this part, marks will be awarded for expression and the student’s ability to summarise the points clearly in complete sentences. Marks will be deducted for linguistic errors.

 

Subject

Maths

Marks

100

 

UNIT

TOTAL WEIGHTAGE

SECTION A: 80 Marks

Sets and Functions

22 Marks

Algebra

34 Marks

Coordinate Geometry

8 marks

Calculus

8 marks

Statistics & Probability

8 marks

SECTION B: 20 marks

Conic Section

12 marks

Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry

4 marks

Mathematical Reasoning

4 marks

SECTION C: 20 Marks

Statistics

6 marks

Correlation Analysis

6 marks

Index Numbers & Moving Averages

8 marks

Total: 100

 

Subjects

Physics

Marks

70

 

UNIT

TOTAL WEIGHTAGE

Physical World and Measurement


23 MARKS

Kinematics

Laws of Motion

Work, Energy and Power


17 Marks

The Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Gravitation

Properties of Bulk Matter


20 marks

Heat and Thermodynamic Behaviour of Perfect Gases and Kinetic Theory of Gases

Oscillations and Waves

10 marks

Total Marks

70 marks

 

Subject

Computer Science

Marks

100

There will be two papers on the subject

Pattern

Paper Type

Duration

Marks

Paper I

Theory

3 hours

70

Paper II

Practical

3 hours

30

 

PAPER I –THEORY – 70 MARKS

Part I (20 marks): This part will consist of compulsory short answer questions, testing knowledge, application and skills relating to the entire syllabus.

Part II (50 marks): This part will be divided into three Sections, A, B and C.

Students will be required to answer two questions out of three. From Section A (each carrying 10 marks) and two questions out of three. From Sections B (each carrying 10 marks) and two questions out of three.  From Section C (each carrying 5 marks). Therefore, a total of six questions are to be answered in Part II.

 

Subject

Economics

Marks

100

There will be two papers on the subject
Pattern

Paper Type

Duration

Marks

Paper I

Theory

3 hours

80

Paper II

Project Work

3 hours

20

 

PAPER - I (THEORY) – 80 Marks

Part 1 (20 marks): Part 1 will consist of compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus.

Part II (60 marks): Part 2nd will consist of eight questions out of which candidates will be required to answer five questions, each carrying 12 marks.

 

Subject

Business studies

Marks

100


There will be one paper of 3 hours duration of 100 marks divided into two parts:-

Part 1 (30 marks): It will consist of compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus.

Part 2 (70 marks): It will consist of seven questions out of which candidates will be required to answer five questions, each carrying 14 marks.

There will be two papers in the subject
Pattern

Paper Type

Duration

Marks

Paper I

Theory

3 hours

70

Paper II

Practical

3 hours

20

Project Work - 7 marks

Practical File - 3 marks

There will be one paper of three hours duration divided into two parts.

Part 1  (20 marks): It will consist of compulsory short answer questions, testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus.

Part 2 (50 marks): It will consist of eight questions out of which the candidates will be required to answer five questions. Each question in this part shall carry.10 marks.

There will be two papers on the subject
Pattern

Paper Type

Duration

Marks

Paper I

Theory

3 hours

80

Paper II

Project Work

3 hours

20

PAPER - I (THEORY)  is divided into two parts as

Part 1  (20 marks): It will consist of compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus.

Part 2 (60 marks): It will consist of eight questions out of which candidates will be required to answer five questions, each carrying 12 marks.

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