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Our best faculties guide you to score over than your expectation in the board exams because these are the basic of your future. Our MENTORs from different schools all over Kolkata and suburburns guide students for the exact answer to score maximum in board exams. We have a large number of different school teachers as our mentors who are very much experienced in their respective fields of PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY.

  • CBSE ; ICSE ; WBBSE (X)
  • CBSE ; ISC ; WBCHSE (XII)

MATHMAMETICS    (CLASS X)

ARITHMATICS:

  1. SIMPLE INTEREST
  2. COMPOUND INTEREST
  3. PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS

ALGEBRA:

  1. QUADRATIC EQUATION IN ONE VERIABLE
  2. VARIATION
  3. QUADRATIC SURDS
  4. RATIO AND PROPORTION

TRIGONOMETRY:

  1. MEASUREMENT OF ANGLE
  2. TRIGINOMETRIC RATIO AND IDENTITIES
  3. COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES
  4. HEIGHT AND DISTANCE

MENSURATION:

  1. PARALLELOPIPED, CUBOID
  2. RIGHT CIRCULAR CYLINDER
  3. RIGHT CIRCULAR CONE
  4. SPHERE
  5. PROBLEM RELATED TO DIFFERENT SOLID

GEOMETRY:

  1. THEOREM ( CIRCLE, CYCLIC QUADRILATERAL, ANGLES IN A CIRCLE, TANGENT OF A CIRCLE)
  2. APPLICATION OF THEOREM
  3. CONSTRUCTION ( CIRCUMCIRCLE AND INCIRCLE OF A TRIANGLE, TANGENT OF A CIRCLE, MEAN PROPORTIONAL)

STATISTICS:

  1. MEAN, MEDIAN,MODE,OGIVE
  2. PHYSICAL SCIENCE (CLASS X)

     

    Common area:

  3. CONCERN ABOUT OUR
  4. ENVIRONMENT;                             a) PHY. SC. & ENVIRONMENT- i) structure of atmosphere, ii) the ozone layer,  iii)     green house effect/global warming

                                                                             b) RATIONAL USE OF ENERGY – i) energy resources for sustainable development

     

     2.  BEHAVIOR OF GASES:                   a) BEHAVIOR OF BULK – i) pressure, ii) boyle’s law, iii) charles law, iv) absolute        temparature, v) gas equation, vi) ideal gas, vii) avogadro hypothesis, viii) ideal gas equation.

                                                                           b)BEHAVIOR AT MOLECULAR LEVEL – i) molecule og gas, ii) deviation from ideal behaviour

    3. CHEMICAL CALCULATION:           a) STOICHIOMETRY – i) conservation of mass in chemical reaction, ii) wt. vs wt. calculation

     

    Physics:

     

    4. THERMAL PHENOMENA:               a) THERMAL EXPANSION – i) coefficient of expansion and their uses,

                                                                         b)  THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY –

    5. LIGHT:                                                  a) REFLECTION – i) spherical surface, ii) spherical mirror

                                                                         b) REFRACTION – i) laws, ii) glass slab and prism, iii) reflection through slab/prism, iv) deviation of ray

                                                                         c) LENSES – i) structure of lens, refraction through lenses, iii) image   formation, iv) simple camera and human eye.

                                                                         d) DISPERSION OF LIGHT – i) dispersion of white light through slab/prism, ii) monochromatic/polychromatic light.

                                                                         e) LIGHT WAVES – i) relation between frequency wave length velocity , ii) uv x rays gamma rays, iii) scattering of light.

     

    6.CURRENT:                                            a) CURRENT, POTENTIAL, EMF – i) charge,ii) potential difference, iii) emf and cell, iv) current

                                                         b) OHM’S LAW – i) relation between potential and current, ii) emf and internal resistance, iii) resistivity and conductivity, iv) series and parallal circuit, v) domestic circuit

                                                         c) HEATING EFFECT OF CURRENT – i) joule law, ii) domestic uses.

                                                         d) ELECTRICAL POWER – i) power, ii) kwhr and bot.

                                                         e) ELECTROMAGNETISM – i) action of current on magnet, ii) ampere rule, iii) right hand grasp rule, iv) fleming left hand rule, v) motor

                                                         f) ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION- i) emf and induced curent, ii) dc and ac

                                                         g) domestic circuit – i) components, ii) schematic representation of domestic circuit.

     

    7. ATOMIC NUCLEUS:                          a) RADIOACTIVITY – i) α, β, ⅟  rays origin and nature

                                                                         b) NUCLEAR ENERGY – i) mass defect, ii) binding energy, iii) fusion, iv) fission

     

    Chemistry:

     

    8. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:  a) PERIODIC TABLE – i) history, ii) modern periodoc table, iii) periodoc properties of elements.

                                                                         b) IONIC AND COVALENT BOND – i) properties of ionic bond, ii) ionic bonding, iii) properties of covalent compounds, iv) covalent bonding.

                                                                         c) ELECTRICITY AND CHEMICAL REACTION – i) electrolytes, ii) mechanism, iii) electrolysis, iv) application of electrolysis.

     

    9. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY:              a) AMONIA – i) lab preparation, ii) properties, iii) industrial preparation

                                                                         b) HYDROGEN SULPHIDE – i) lab preparaton, ii) properties

                                                                         c) NITROGEN – i) lab preparation, ii) properties

                                                                         d) INDUSTRIAL preparation – i) hydrochloric acid, ii) nitric acid, iii) sulphuric acid.

     

    10. METTALURGY:                                a) IRON, CUPPER, ZINC, ALUMINIUM – uses, ores, minerals

                                                                         b) CORROSION AND RUSTING – iron, other metals.

     

    11. ORGANIC:                                         a) ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, b) VALENCY OF CARBON, c) STRUCTURE OF ETHANE, ETHYLENE, ACETELYNE, d) FUNCTIONAL GROUP, e) ISOMERISM, f) HOMOLOGOUS SERIES, g) IUPAC NAME, h) SOURCE AND USES OF METHANE, ETHANE, ETHYLENE, ACETYLENE, LPG,CNG, h) REACTIONS OF METHANE ETHANE, ETHYLENE, i) SYNTHETIC POLYMERS, j) BIODEGRADABLE POLYMERS, k) ETHYL ALOCOHOL ACETIC ACID, l) HARMFUL EFFECT OF METHANOL AND ETHANOL, m) DENATURED SPIRIT.

     

    LIFE  SCIENCE (CLASS X)

     

  5. CONTROL AND COORDINATION IN LIVING SYSTEM: 
  6. SENSITIVITY AND RESPONSE IN PLANTS: detection in change of environment, mechanism of response in plants, plant movements.
  7. PLANT HORMONES: role of plant hormone in different activities, types of plant hormones, synthetic or artificial hormones.
  8. ANIMAL HORMES: role of animal hormone in different activities, endocrine gland and hormones secreted from them.
  9. RESPONSE AND PHYSICAL COORDINATION IN ANIMALS – NERVOUS SYSTEM: nervous pathway, neurone nerves, ganglia, synapse, brain and spinal cord, reflex action and reflex arc, eye.
  10. LOCAMOTION IN ANIMALS: locomotion, different types of locomotion in animals.
  11. COTINUITY OF LIFE:
  12. CELL DIVISION AND CELL CYCLE: relationship among chromosome ,DNA and genes, types of chromosome, structure of chromosome, structure of chromosome, chemical components of chromosome, types of cell division, cell cycle, mitosis, miosis.
  13. REPRODUCTION: asexual reproduction, vegetative reproduction.
  14. HEREDITY AND COMMON GENETIC DISEASES:
  15. HEREDITY: heredity and variation, mendel’s work on pea plant, mendel’s experiment and mendel law, sex determination in man.
  16. SOME COMMON GENETIC DISEASES:
  17. EVOLUTION AND ADAPTATION:
  18. EVOLUTION: origin of life, major evolutionary events, theories of organic evolution, evidences of the theories of evolution.
  19. SURVIVAL STRATEGIES AND ADAPTATION: behaviour and adaptation.
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  21. ENVIRONMENT, ITS RESOURCES AND THEIR CONSERVATION:
  22. NITROGEN CYCLE: stages of nitrogen cycle, human activities and nitrogen cycle.
  23. ENVIRONMENT POLLUTION: air, water, soil, noise pollution
  24. ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN POPULATION: problem of increasing population, environment and human health.
  25. BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION: biodiversity and its importance, biodiversity and its hotspot, loss of biodiversity, environmental problems in sundarbans, conservation of biodiversity, role of JFM and PBR in biodiversity, some endangered species in India and their conservation.
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  27. SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS: typical structure of a flower, pollination, fertilization and development of a new plant.
  28. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT:

Education Qualification

Minimum Class VIII PASS

70% in school exam in class viii or through test conducted by Edupedia itself.

Special concession is available for meritorious but under privilleged students.

Special attention for the low scoring students.