Maharashtra HSC Syllabus 2019
Khushboo Verma, 18 Aug 2018

Maharashtra HSC Syllabus 2019 -Candidates who will be appearing for Maharashtra Board  HSC exam 2019 can check Maharashtra HSC syllabus here. The syllabus of Maharashtra HSC is released by Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE). With the help of Maharashtra HSC syllabus, candidates can make strategy to prepare for Maharashtra HSC Board 2019. Candidates can download the Maharashtra HSC Commerce syllabus pdf and also for Science and Arts on this page below. Maharashtra Board HSC syllabus contains subject-wise topics and sub-topics for all the three streams-Science, Commerce and Arts. Going through the Maharashtra HSC syllabus is important for candidates as it will help them in streamlining their preparation. They can also figure out which topics are important for the Maharashtra HSC Board exam and they can also identify their weak areas and work on them to improve it. Read the article to get complete details on Maharashtra HSC syllabus 2019.

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Maharashtra HSC Syllabus 2019

The table given below mentions Maharashtra state board syllabus class 12 Science 2019, including Commerce and Arts. Students must go through the table carefully to have idea of the syllabus concerning each and every subject. 

S. No.

Subject

Topics

1

English 1

Prose, poetry, Grammar-the tenses, types of sentences, clauses, voice, reported speech, prepositions, word formation, Infinitives, Gerunds and Participles, Linking words/discourse markers

2

Bengali

Prose, poetry, rapid reading, Grammar and Composition, Composition-Essay writing - Nibandh lekha, Comprehension - Bodh Pariksan Kara, Translation, Anubad Kara, Letter Writing, Bhad- Samprasaran

3

English literature

Introduction to the Study of English Literature, poems, short stories, essays, one act play, biographical pieces, a short novel, a play

4

History

Applied History in 21st Century, Mass Media and History, Entertainment Media and History, Tourism and History, Museums, Historical Research, Encyclopedia, Administrative Services, History Teacher and Teaching

5

Geography

Population, migration, agriculture, Minerals and energy resources, industries, trade, Transportation and Communications, Economic developments

6

Maths (Arts and Science)

Part 1-Mathematical Logic, Matrices, Trigonometric functions, Pair of straight lines, circle, conics, Vectors, Three dimensional geometry, line, plane, Linear programming problems. Part 2-Continuity, differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration, Applications of definite integral, Differential equation, Statistics, and Probability distribution Probability distribution

7

Mathematics (Commerce)

Part 1-Mathematical logic, Matrices, Continuity, Differentiation, Applications of Derivative. Part 2-Ratio, Proportion and Partnership, Commission, Brokerage and Discount, Insurance and Annuity, Demography, Bivariate Data and Correlation, Regression Analysis, Random Variable and Probability Distribution

8

Political Science

Part 1-Indian Constitution : Characteristics 2. Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental duties. 3. Legislature : Parliament. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Law making process, Amendment procedure State legislature : Vidhan Sabha, Vidhan Parishad 4. Executive : Union Executive : President – Election, Power and Functions Vice President – Election, Power and Functions Prime Minister and Council of Ministers – Election. Part 2-Politics in India 6. Patterns of Party Competition i) One party dominant system ii) Towards multi party system 7. Political and Social Movements i) Nature of social movement ii) Role of movements in democratic system iii) Examples of movements i) Caste ii) Workers iii) Women iv) Farmers etc.

9

Sociology

Introduction to Indian Society, Social Institutions in India, Major Social Problems in India, National Integration, Social reformers in India, Globalization and Mass Media, Project Work (20 Marks)

10

Economics

Micro Economics-Introduction to Micro Economics 2. Consumers behavior 3. a. Analysis of Demand b. Elasticity of Demand 4. Analysis of Supply 5. Types of Market & Price determination under Perfect competit, Macro Economics-Introduction to Macro Economics 8. National Income 9. Determinants of Aggregates 10. Money 11. Commercial Bank 12. Central Bank 13. Public Economics

11

Physics

Circular motion, Gravitation, Rotational motion, Oscillations, Elasticity, Surface tension, Wave motion, Stationary waves, Kinetic theory of gases and Radiation, Wave theory of light, Interference and diffraction, Electrostatics, Current electricity, Magnetic effects of electric current, Magnetism, Electromagnetic inductions, Electrons and photons, Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei

12

Chemistry

Solid State, Solutions and colligative properties, Chemical thermodynamics and energetic, Electrochemistry, Chemical kinetics, General principles and processes of isolation of elements, p-Block elements Group 15 elements, d and f Block Elements d-Block Elements, Coordination compounds, Halogen derivatives of alkanes (and arenes), Alcohols, phenols and ethers Alcohols, Aldehydes, ketones and 163 carboxylic acids Aldehydes and ketones , Organic compounds containing nitrogen, Biomolecules Carbohydrates, Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life

13

Biology

Section I-Botany Genetics and Evolution, Biotechnology and its application, Biology and Human Welfare, Plant Physiology , Reproduction in Organisms, Ecology and Environment. Section-II Zoology-Genetics and Evolution, Biotechnology and its application, Biology and Human Welfare, Human Physiology, Reproduction in Organisms, Ecology and Environment ,

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Maharashtra HSC Exam Pattern 2019

Candidates who will be appearing for the HSC Board exam will have to take two languages as compulsory subjects. Students will have to obtain at least 35% in each subject to pass the exam. The Maharashtra Board exam is held for 100 marks, wherein 80 marks is alloted to theory and 20 marks to practicals/oral/project. There are, however, a few subjects such as Geology, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, agriculture science and technology and animal science and technology, for which exams are held for 70 marks and practical/oral/project are conducted for 30 marks. 

 

Maharashtra Board HSC Subjects 2019

Candidates can check the subjects that are covered in all the three streams-Science, Commerce and Arts. The compulsory and elective subjects of Maharashtra HSC Board under three streams are given below in the table.

 

Arts

Compulsory Subjects

Elective Subjects

English

A Modern Indian Language

Modern Indian Language or Modern Foreign Language or Classical Language

A Modern Foreign Languag

Environment Education

Sanstrit

Health and Physical Education Elective Subjects

Ardhamagadhi

 

Pali

 

Arabic

 

Persian

 

Avesta-Pahlavi

 

History

 

Geography

 

Mathematics and Statistics

 

Political Science

 

Child Development

 

Textile

 

Sociology

 

Philosophy

 

Logic

 

Psychology

 

Economics

 

Defence Studies

 

Drawing

 

Design and Colour

 

Composition

 

History of Art & Appreciation

 

History and Development of Indian Music

 

Vocal Light Music (Practical I)

 

Vocal Classical Music (Practical II)

 

Instrumental Music (Practical III) or

 

Percussion

 

European Music

 

Historical Development of Indian Classical Dance

 

Book-Keeping & Accountancy

 

Co-operation

 

Information Technology

 

Englsih Literature

Commerce

Compulsory Subjects

Elective Subjetcs

English

Mathematics and statistics

Modern Indian Language or Modern Foreign Language or Classical Language

Economics

Environment Education

Geography

Health and Physical Education Elective Subjects

Book-keeping and Accountancy

 

Organisation of Commerce and Management

 

Mathematics and Statistics

 

Secretarial Practice

 

Co-operation

 

Occupational Orientation

 

Defence Studies

 

English Literature

 

Information Technology

Science

Compulsory Subjects

Elective Subjects

English

Mathematics and Statistics

Modern Indian Language or Modern Foreign Language or Classical Language

Geology

Environment Education

Child Development

Health and Physical Education Elective Subjects

Textile

 

Psychology

 

Economics

 

Geography

 

Defence-Studies

 

Physics

 

Chemistry

 

Biology

 

Agriculture Science and Technology

 

Animal Science and Technology

 

Sociology

 

Sanskrit

 

Education

 

Information Technology

 

English literature.

Maharashtra HSC Time Table 2019

The Maharashtra HSC 2019 will be conducted from the third week of February to the third week of March. The Maharashtra Board 12th is held in two slots, 3 hours each. The first slot commence in the first half ( 11 am to 2 pm), while the second slot starts in the second half (3 pm to 6 pm). The exam, generally, starts with the first language and end with second language, child development and agriculture science and technology.

 

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Maharashtra HSC Question Paper 2019

Practicing previous years question papers will definitely help candidates gain confidence and asses their performance. This practice in turn also helps them score good marks. To make students’ task easy, careers360 is providing all the question papers here so that they can download all of them with ease.

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