Chemistry Class (Xi-Xii)

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Chemistry class (XI-XII)
Objectives
1. To promote understanding of basic principles of Chemistry.
2. To apply the concepts of
Chemistry useful in real life situation for making learning of Chemistry more rele vant, meaningful and interesting.
3. To develop positive scientific atti tude and appreciate contribution of
Chemistry towards the improvem ent of quality of human life.
4. To develop problem solving skills and nurture curiosity, aesthetic sense and creativity.
5. To inculcate values of honesty, integr ity, co-operation, concern for life and preservation of the environment.
6. To make the learner realize t he interface of Chemistry with other disciplines of Science such as
Physics, Biology, Geology etc.
7. To equip students to face challe nges related to health, nutrition, environment, population whether industries & agriculture.
Evaluation
XI and XII papers should have maximum 30 questions.
Question No. 1 – 9 of 1 ma rk each = 9 Marks
Question No. 10 – 19 of 2 mark each = 20 Marks
Question No. 20 – 26 of 3 mark each = 21 Marks
Question No. 27 – 30 of 5 mark each = 20 Marks
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Total Question = 30 Marks = 70
NOTE :- Numericals should not be more than 25% of 70 Marks
Evaluation (Distribution of Marks)
Class - XI Chemistry
(Theory)
Unit Topic
Marks
I Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
3
II Atomic Structure
6
III Classification of Elements and
Periodicity in Properties 4
IV Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
6
V States of Matter : Gases and Liquids
5
VI Thermodynamics
5
VII Equilibrium
7
VIII Redox Reactions
3
IX Principles and Process of
Extraction of Elements 2
X Hydrogen
2
XI s-Block Elements
5
XII Some p-block Elements
6
XIII Organic Chemistry –Some Basic Principles and
Techniques
6
XIV Hydrocarbons
7
XV Environmental Chemistry
3
TOTAL 70
Class - XI Chemistry (Practical)
Volumetric Analysis = 12 Marks
Salt Analysis = 8

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