CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 – All Subjects PDF (2021 Academic Year)

By | November 4, 2020

CBSE has decided to reduce the class 10th syllabus by 30%. In the view of the coronavirus epidemic, what has been decided, then this year you will have to prepare for less syllabus.

Many students do not know that there has been a change in the syllabus and as usual, they will read the whole syllabus then they come with a lesser number in the exam.

You are a little smarter and more interested in reading, that is why by searching on Google you have come to this site to see what changes have been made in class 10th  syllabus.

10th class life is changing level,  what subject will you select depend on in the future, that is why try to do your best to bring a respectable number in 10th class.

So, do not you be happy that the syllabus has reduced, Syllabus is to be completed and you have to bring a good number as well. Keep in mind that in class X, you do not have to bring less than 95% under any circumstances.

CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 – All Subjects PDF (2021 Academic Year).

  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Science
  • Skill Subjects.

Mathematics CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year).

Mathematics CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year).

Download full Mathematics CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year).

Science CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year)

Science CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year)

Download Science CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year

Social Science CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year)

Download Social Science CBSE Syllabus For Class 10 (2021 Academic Year)

Check here Revised syllabus of languages subjects and Elective subjects

I have posted the syllabus of class 10th CBSE and also shared the link of the official website, go and look at it, read in detail, what to read and what not to read, complete the syllabus as given in the syllabus and complete it well.

Read as much as is given in the syllabus, do not read more than the syllabus or do not reduce it from the syllabus. In the next post, I will tell you how to prepare for each subject.

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