The students are mandatory to pursue 5 subjects as per J&K Board guidelines, one subject is covered under Additional languages/ subject. Many subjects are taught in the JKBOSE 9th curriculum, students have many choices to choose among the additional subjects.
It is mandatory to choose an additional subject as per J&K Board guidelines, the objective behind making an additional subject mandatory is to nurture student’s knowledge in extra skilled subjects.
Given below is the list of subjects included in the JKBOSE 9th Class curriculum:
The following are the Additional Languages / Optional Subjects, Students are free to choose among any of these languages:
Other Practical Subjects:
Subjects for Physically Challenged Children (Blind, Deaf, and Dumb)
They may opt for any two subjects instead of Mathematics and Science:
TERM – II
Unit - Name of the Chapter
Unit - Name of the Chapter
Linear Equation in Two Variables
Surface Area and Volumes
Section 1: Events and Processes:(All the three themes are compulsory)
1. The French Revolution:
2. Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution:
3. Nazism and the Rise of Hitler:
Section 2: Livelihoods, Economies, and Societies:
Note: Student can read Anyone theme of the following (4and 5):
4. Forest Society and Colonialism:
Forest Transformations in Java
5.Pastoralists in the Modern World:
Section 3 Case Study
2. Physical Features of India
5. Natural Vegetation and WildLife
7. Geography of Jammu & Kash- mir and Ladakh
7. Geography of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh
1. What is Democracy? Why Democracy?:
(i) What is Democracy?
(ii) Features of Democracy
(iii) Why Democracy?
(iv) Broader Meaning of Democracy
2. Constitutional Design:
(i) Democratic Constitution in South Africa
(ii) Why do we need a Constitution?
(iii) Making of the Indian Constitution
(iv) Guiding Values of the Indian Constitution
3. Electoral Politics:
(i) Why Elections?
(ii) What is our System of Elections?
(iii) What makes elections in India democratic?
4. Working of Institutions:
(i) How is the major policy decision taken?
(iii) Political Executive
5. Democratic Rights:
(i) Life without rights
(ii) Rights in a Democracy
(iii) Rights in the Indian Constitution
(iv) Expanding the scope of rights
6. Electoral Politics in Erstwhile State of Jammu and Kashmir
The electoral process and its concepts
Electoral trends in Jammu and Kashmir
(i) Money and Banking
(ii) Money as a medium of exchange,
(iii) Modern forms of money, Banking & common Man.
2. Understanding the Indian Economy
(i) Salient features of the Indian Economy
(ii) What is GDP?
(iii) Indicators of Development.Anti-poverty measures.
Section-II (Disaster Management)
3. Natural Disasters
(i) Disaster; Classification effects and mitigation measures
4. Man-Made Disasters
(i) Fire and Its effects and Mitigation measures
(ii)Environmental degradation: its causes and mitigation measures.
(iii) Transport accidents, types of effects, and mitigation measures.
(iv) Chemical and Industrial Disaster
Section-III(Road Safety Education)
5. Road Safety Education (Part-I)
? Good and Safe Habits
? Traffic Lights & Road Signs
Unit – I: Motion
Unit – II Force and Laws of Motion
Unit – III Work, Energy and Power
Chemistry Term I
Unit – I: Matter in our Surrounding
Unit – II Is Matter around us Pure?
Life Science/ Biology
Unit – I: The Fundamental Unit of Life
Unit – II: Tissues
Unit – III: Diversity in Living organisms
Unit – IV: Gravitation
Unit – V: Floatation
Unit – VI: Sound
Unit – III: Atoms and Molecules
Unit- IV: Structure and Molecules
LIFE SCIENCE/ BIOLOGY
Unit – IV: Why do we fall ill
Unit – V: Natural Resources
Unit – VI Improvement in Food Resources
Unit – VII Prevention of Drug Abuse and Sexually Transmitted Diseases:
TERM – I
UNIT: Concept and Scope of Home Science
UNIT II: Family: A unit Society
UNIT III: Home and Its Maintenance
UNIT IV: Food and Its relation to Health
TERM – II
UNIT V: Safety at the home
UNIT VI: Management of Money
UNIT VII: Methods of Cooking
UNIT VIII: Household Pest
Two Dimensional or Pictorial Activities
(i) Study of visual resources and their expression., Study of lines, strokes, marks, tones, textures, etc., while organizing two-dimensional spaces with 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes and forms.
(ii) Creative use of perspective in special relationships.
(iii) Creative use of color to show space, atmosphere, etc.
(iv) Use of contrast as an expressive element of art.
(v) Study and use of various media and techniques to the extent of their availability.
(vi) Crayon, charcoal pencil colors and gouache, acrylate color, and other unconventional sources of colors and tools on various surfaces such as papers, canvases, hardboard, simple marking cloth pasted on paper, etc.
(vii) College and mosaic work with colored papers and colored reproductions from magazines and newspapers.
(viii) Printmaking: Mono-printing, printing with wood-cut, linocut, and metal foil, serigraphy, choreography (printing with collage), etc.
Three Dimensional or Sculptural Activities.
(i) Study of basic form in clay:
(ii) Study of various materials, tools & techniques for dimensional form such as clay, plaster of Paris, and wood (blocks, twigs and branches, roots, etc). metal scraps, plastic, sheet, wire thread, straw pipes, papers, cardboard, throw-away objects, and other materials, like vegetables soft stone clay bricks, or such other available materials.
(iii) Study of natural man-made forms, human figures, birds, animals, vegetation & other objects as desired by the students;
(iv) Objects of day-to-day use in group and indifferent settings and arrangements;
(v) Architectural forms and other forms were discovered by the students.
Still life study
(i) Study of a group of two-three arranged objects from a fixed point of view in color, the group may include, vegetables, foliage, and objects of daily use.
(i) Sketches from life and Nature in pencil and link Submission of a portfolio consisting of five selected works done during the year.
(i) Definition of Ragas of the Course
(ii) Sangeet, Nad, Shruti, Sawar, Kinds of Sawar, Saptak, Jati, That Rag, Vadi, Samvadi, Varjit Sawar, Taal, Laya, Alankar
(i) Definition of Ragas of the Course
(ii) Definition of Taals of the course
(iii) Life history of the following Musicians
Unit I: IT Basics
Unit II: IT Tools
(ii) MS Word
Unit III: IT Tools
(i) MS Powerpoint
9Ii) MS Excel
Unit IV: IT Application
Physical Education and Health Education
(i) Personal health
(ii) Environment Health
(iii) Food and Nutrition
(iv) Control Education
(v) Consumer Education
(vi) First Aid, Home Nursing and Safety Measures
(ii) Major Games- Badminton, Basketball, Volleyball, handball, hockey, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho
VIVA And Practical Syllabus?
Viva and Practical Syllabus varies from school to school as there is a list allotted by the JKBOSE to all the schools and schools are free to choose the options of the practical. You can visit the official website of the board https://jkbose.ac.in/ to check the viva and practical syllabus set by the board authorities.
How to download the Detailed syllabus 9th J&K Board 2022?
The syllabus mentioned above is a brief structure of the 9th JKBOSE 2022 syllabus, If you want to know the detailed syllabus and other subjects like Urdu, Hindi, Physical education, and Music, please download the entire syllabus (with Score distribution in each topic) from the official website JKBOSE. The syllabus of the 9th class given in a detailed structure with marks weightage of each topic and exam pattern is also mentioned on the official website of the J&K Board. You can download it in PDF format and print it out for further use.
Step 1: Visit the official website https://jkbose.ac.in/
Step 2: Click on the bar at the bottom “Enter main site”
Step 3: A new tab will open,
Step 4: Click on the Red tab “Student”
Step 5: Then click on “Syllabus”, then click on “class 9th”
Step 6: You will be redirected to a page where you will see a link with the name “Syllabi and Courses of Study for Class IX”, click on the link, and a PDF file will be opened.
Step 7: Download the PDF File and take a printout for further use.
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