NCERT CBSE Syllabus 2021-22 for Class 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 and Primary

CBSE Syllabus 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the CBSE revised Curriculum/Syllabus 2020. NCERT CBSE Syllabus has a list of topics and subtopics that needs to be covered during that particular academic year. The syllabus of CBSE Board Class 9, 10, 11, & 12 Exams plays a vital role since most of the national entrance exams questions are derived from the CBSE NCERT Books.

In this article, we have provided detailed CBSE Syllabus form Class 1 to Class 12. With the help of NCERT Books and Class 1 to Class 12 Syllabus 2020, students can easily prepare for the exams. Read on to find out more.

CBSE Revised Syllabus for 10th 12th Board Exams 2022 Released – Check Term Wise Syllabus
CBSE Revised Syllabus for 10th 12th Board Exams 2022 Released – Check Term Wise Syllabus

Download Official CBSE Syllabus 2021-22 PDF: All Subjects

NCERT Syllabus covers the list of chapters, topics, and sub-topics that need to be covered in the academic year. Students must know and understand the syllabi in detail, as this will help them in planning the studies in advance.

About CBSE: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is one of the most prestigious educational bodies in India. The CBSE NCERT Syllabus is followed across the country. CBSE is one of the largest boards of education in India with an affiliation of almost 17,000 institutes. The CBE board follows the NCERT Books, so it is recommended that the students follow them.

Special Scheme for CBSE Academic Session 2021-22:

  • ⇒ CBSE Academic Session 2021-2022 will be divided into 2 terms with  approximately 50%
  • syllabus in each term
  • ⇒ CBSE will conduct examinations at the end of each term on the basis of the bifurcated syllabus
  • ⇒ CBSE Syllabus 2021-22 for CBSE 10th & 12th board exams will be reduced (term-wise & subject-wise CBSE Syllabus to be released shortly by the board)
  • ⇒ However, CBSE Schools will follow the syllabus released by the board on 31st March 2021 ( check here )
  • ⇒ CBSE Class 9 & CBSE Class 10: Internal Assessment (throughout the year-irrespective of Term I and II)
  •        ✔ 3 periodic tests, student enrichment, portfolio and practical work/ speaking listening activities/ projects.
  • ⇒ CBSE Class 11 & CBSE Class 12: Internal Assessment (throughout the year-irrespective of Term I and II)
  •        ✔ End of topic or unit tests/ exploratory activities/practicals/ projects.
  • ⇒ CBSE Schools would create a student profile for all assessments undertaken over the academic session & retain the evidence in digital format.
  • ⇒ CBSE will help its affiliated schools to upload marks of Internal Assessment online on the CBSE IT platform.
  • ⇒ Guidelines for Internal Assessment for all the subjects will also be released along with the rationalized term wise divided syllabus for the session 2021-22.
  • ⇒ CBSE would also provide additional resources like question banks, sample assessments, teacher training etc. for more reliable & valid internal assessments
  • ⇒ CBSE will take steps to make Internal Assessment/ Practical/ Project work more credible & valid
  • ⇒ Schools will continue teaching online till the authorities permit in person mode of teaching in schools

CBSE Assessment Pattern 2021-22: Term 1

  • ⇒ Marks of the Term I Exams will contribute to the final overall score of students.
  • ⇒ To be conducted between November-December 2021 by the board
  • ⇒ Flexible Schedule with a window period of 4-8 weeks for schools situated in different parts of India & abroad.
  • ⇒ Dates for the conduct of examinations will be notified subsequently.
  • ⇒ The duration of the test will be 90 minutes & it will cover only the rationalized syllabus of Term I only (i.e. approximately 50% of the entire syllabus).
  • ⇒ The Question Paper will have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) including case-based MCQs and MCQs on the assertion-reasoning type.
  • ⇒ Question Papers will be sent by the CBSE to its affiliated schools along with marking schemes.
  • ⇒ The exams will be administered under the supervision of the External Center Superintendents & Observers appointed by CBSE.
  • ⇒ The answers of students will be captured on OMR sheets which, after

scanning may be directly uploaded at the CBSE portal or alternatively may be evaluated & marks obtained will be uploaded by the CBSE school on the very same day. The final direction in this regard will be conveyed to CBSE schools by the Examination Unit of the Board.

CBSE Assessment Pattern 2021-22: Term 2

  • ⇒ At the end of Term II, CBSE would organize Term II or Year End exams based on the rationalized CBSE syllabus of Term II only (i.e. approximately 50% of the entire syllabus).
  • ⇒ These exams would be held around March-April 2022 at the CBSE examination centres fixed by the Board.
  • ⇒ The paper will be of 2 hours duration & have questions of different
  • formats (case-based/ situation based, open-ended – short answer/ long
  • answer type).
  • ⇒ In case the situation is not conducive for a normal descriptive exam a 90 minute MCQ based exam will be conducted at the end of Term II also.
  • ⇒ Marks of the Term II Exam would contribute to the final overall score.

CBSE Assessment Plan In Various Situations:

  • A. In case the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic improves & students can come to CBSE schools or centres for taking the exams.
  • – Board would conduct Term I & Term II exams at schools/centres
  • and the theory marks will be distributed equally between the two exams.
  • B. In the case of the COVID-19 pandemic forces complete closure of CBSE schools during November-December 2021, but Term II exams are held at schools or centres.
  • – Term I MCQ based examination would be done by students online/offline from home – in this case, the weightage of this exam for the final score would be reduced, and weightage of Term II exams will be increased for declaration of final result.
  • C. In case the COVID-19 pandemic forces complete closure of schools during March-April 2022, but Term I exams are held at CBSE schools or centres.
  • – CBSE Result would be based on the performance of students on Term I MCQ based examination and internal assessments. The weightage of marks of Term I examination conducted by the Board will be increased to provide year end results of candidates.
  • D. In case the COVID-19 pandemic forces complete closure of schools & Board conducted Term I and II exams are taken by the candidates from home in the session 2021-22.
  • – CBSE Result would be computed based on the Internal
  • – Assessment/Project Work/Practical & Theory marks of Term-I and Term- II exams taken by the candidate from home in Class 10 & Class 12 subject to the moderation or other measures to ensure validity and reliability of the assessment.

In all the above scenario, data analysis of marks of students will be initiated to ensure the integrity of internal assessments & home based exams

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FAQs Regarding CBSE Syllabus

Frequently asked questions regarding NCERT CBSE Syllabus are given below:

What is the new rule of CBSE?

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Monday announced that the academic term for students of Class 10 and 12 will be bifurcated, and two separate exams to be held at the end of the academic year 2021-22.

Is checking in CBSE strict?

CBSE board checking is one of the most lenient checking processes in the country. However, the students need to properly understand how is CBSE board checking done to present the solutions in the best possible way and get excellent marks in the exam.

Does CBSE give marks for attempting?

Yes you will get marks for attempting questions
 provided that what you have attempted is somewhat related to the topic. Generally the checkers are liberal, kind and give away marks affectionately, provided your written matter is suitable.

Do questions repeat in CBSE board exams?

There is like 50-50% chances that some questions can be repeated. But you will get to know about the same when you appear in the exam as CBSE doesn’t release information about all this.


CBSE Syllabus for class 12, 11, 10 & 9 academic session 2021-22 is now declared. All the PDF file of 9-10 syllabus and 11-12 syllabus are given above to download. For more information visit CBSE website. Study NCERT Books according to new syllabus 2021-22 only.

Curriculum of class 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th for Main Courses & Vocational courses effective for the Academic Session 2021-22. We are continuously updating the syllabus contents as soon as updated by CBSE for classes 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th. Syllabus for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 is also available to download. The syllabus of class 9 and 10 includes a sample paper design for the coming board exam 2021-22. The vocational subject can be offered as an additional (optional) subject in combination with five core Academic subjects. The CGPA of Class IX and Class X will be calculated based on the grade obtained in five academic subjects and grade obtained in vocational subject will be reflected under additional (optional) subject.