TBSE Madhyamik Syllabus 2020 - Tripura Board (TBSE) releases the detailed syllabus of class 10th board exam on tbse.in through online mode. Students can download the TBSE Class 10 syllabus pdf for starting their preparation. Along with the syllabus, the topic-wise marks distribution is provided. Having details of topic-wise marks distribution allows students to ensure that they are not missing any important topic. This results in better self-satisfaction. Each year, TBSE Madhyamik exams are conducted in the month of March for three hours. In this article, we have mentioned the detailed TBSE Madhyamik Syllabus 2020. The detailed syllabus for each subject is given below.
Students can find TBSE Madhyamik Syllabus 2020 below which includes subjects that are covered in the exam. Try to complete the syllabus for at least a month before the exam and start solving TBSE Madhyamik question papers. Have a look at the detailed TBSE Madhyamik syllabus 2020 along with the topic-wise marks distribution for each subject.
English language is one of the most important languages as it is one of the most spoken languages in the world. Having good english language skills benefits a person and provides various opportunities. Below is the table stating the TBSE Madhyamik syllabus and the unit wise marks distribution for class 10th examination.
The Mirror by Sylvia Plath, The Hero by Rabindranath Tagore, Lines written in early springs, Song of a dream by Sarojini Naidu.
The Letter by Dhumaketu, with the photographer by stephen Leackck, The diamond necklace by Guy de maupassant, Julius Caesar by william Shakespeare
Malgudi days by R.K Narayan
An article/advertisement, letter to the editor
Articles, tense, modals, use of voice, subject verb agreement, narration, preposition
ASL & Project
Kokborok is defined as the sini-tibetan native language for tripura people. TBSE conducts kokborok exam each year and it covers topics such as poetry, prose, and supplementary reading. The detailed TBSE 10th syllabus for this language is given below.
Writing (essay writing and amplification)
Project Internal assessment
Mizo is a language that belongs to sino-tibetan family. It is considered to be the first language subject in the 10th board exam conducted by TBSE. Below you can find the detailed syllabus for this subject.
Ka tan Ni leh Thla reng a eng tawh lo by Taivela , Zan a lo thleng mek e by Dr. Ramdinthara,Zobawmtu Chhawkhleipar by H. Lalringa ,Mahriakte’n Ar ang ka vai e Parte by Lalzova, Hmangaihna by Vankhama)
Zahawmna by Siamkima, Zawlbuk by Remkung , Chantawka lungawina by LalzuiaColney , Nihna by Darchhawna , Mizote leh an nihna by B. Lalthangliana.
Tualte vanglai by Pastor Nikhum
Essay writing and amplification
Parts of speech, Mizo tawng hman dan dik leh diklo thenkhat, Mizo tawng thumal thenkhat ziahzawm hun leh ziahzawm loh hun awm ve ve chi te
Mizo Thufing,Tawng Upa
Project Internal Assessment
Mathematics is a subject that consists of various formulas and it includes the study of topics such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. When it comes to mathematics, practice is the key towards success. The table below lists the topics, sections covered and the topic-wise marks distribution for TBSE madhyamik exam.
polynomials, pair of linear equations in two variables, quadratic equations, arithmetic progression, logarithm
triangles, circle, construction
Introduction to trigonometry, trigonometric identities, heights and distances
Areas related to circle, surface area and volume
Introduction, concept of coordinate geometry, distance between two points, section formula, area of a triangle
Statistics & Probability
Physics is one of the sub-subjects in the field of science. It includes the study of topics that are associated with motion, energy, force, and behaviour through space and time. The complete syllabus and topic-wise marks distribution for physics exam in TBSE Madhyamik examinations is given below.
Electric current, Electric power, Interrelation between P, V, I and R, Ohm’s law, resistance, resistivity.
Magnetic effects of current
Magnetic field, field lines, Flamingo’s left hand rule, Flamingo’s right hand rule, electromagnetic induction.
Light – Reflection and Refraction
Reflection of light by curved surfaces,Images formed by spherical mirrors, centre of curvature,principal axis, principal focus,focal length, mirror formula, magnification.
Human Eye and Colourful World
Functioning of lens in human eye, defects of vision and their correction, dispersion of light, scattering of light.
Sources of Energy
Different sources of energy, fossil fuels, solar energy, renewable vs non-renewable sources of energy.
Chemistry is another field in science and it is generally associated with the topics related to chemicals and compounds. It is one of the most important subjects.
Chemical Equation, Balanced chemical equation, implications of a balanced chemical equation, types of chemical reactions.
Acids, Bases and Salts
Concept of ph scale, importance of ph in everyday life, preparation and uses of sodium hydroxide.
Metals and Non-metals
Properties of metals and non-metals, reactivity series, formation and properties of ionic compounds.
Covalent bonding in carbon compounds, versatile nature of carbon, ethanol and ethanoic acid, homologous series.
Periodic classification of elements
Need for classification, Modern Periodic table, Gradation in Properties, Valency, Atomic number, metallic and non-metallic properties.
Conservation of natural resources
Management of natural resources. Conservation and judicious use of natural resources. Forest and wild life, coal and petroleum conservation.
Biology is the third and the last field of science and it is known to be a study of life and living organisms. The syllabus of biology for TBSE 10th board examination consists of Five units, each having different marks weightage. Below we have mentioned the detailed syllabus for the same.
‘Living being’, Basic concept of Nutrition, Respiration, Transport and excretion in plants and animals.
Control and Coordination in animals and Plants
Tropic movements in plants- Phototropism,Geotropism, Hydrotropism,Chemotropism; Immediate response to stimulus; Introduction to plant hormones, Nervous system.
Reproduction in animals and plants. Reproductive health, child bearing and women's health.
Heredity and Evolution
Heredity, Mendel’s contribution: Laws of inheritance of traits, Sex determination, Brief introduction, Basic concepts of Evolution.
Ecosystem,Environmental problems, Ozone depletion, waste generation and their solutions, biodegradable and non-biodegradable substances.
Social science consists of total fours sub-subjects and each subject has its own importance. In TBSE Madhyamik examination, each sub-subject has different marks weightage. Geography and History holds the highest weightage with 25 marks each. The complete marks weightage and syllabus is given below.
Unit 1 - Growth of new India
Unit 2 - National movement in India (Indian National Congress (1885-1905), Gandhi and Mass Movements, Subhas Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army)
Unit 3 - Peasants’ and Workers’ Rebellions (Naval Revolt,1946, Telangana, Tebhaga, 1946, Trade Union Movements, 1920-1945)
Unit 4 - North East India (Assam and the Revolt of 1857 Merger of principalities of Manipur, Tripura Creation of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim)
Unit 1 - Power sharing, Democracy, Gender and Caste (Purpose and objective, Indian Federalism and National Unity, Gender and Politics)
Unit 2 - Political Parties in India and Challenges to Democracy (Major National and Regional Parties in India, Role of Political Parties, Major Challenges to Democracy in India, Democracy-Conditions for itsSuccess, Role of citizens in Democracy)
Unit 1 - Earth as a Planet (Movement of Earth, Determination of the location of a place on the earth’s surface)
Unit 2 - Major domains of the Earth (Lithosphere rocks, atmosphere, hydrosphere)
Unit 3 - Resources (agriculture, minerals, energy resources, water)
Unit 4 - Transport System (Concept of major transport system, Status of Tripura as an industrial unit, Transport system of Tripura)
Unit 1 -
Development (Traditional concept of development, National Income and Per capita Income, Concept of Human Development)
Sectors of Indian Economy, Money(- Difference between Economic and Non-Economic activities, Sectors of Economic activities, Difference between organized (Formal) and unorganized)
Money and credit (Meaning and evolution of Money, Modern forms of Money, Functions of Nationalized Commercial banks, Informal Financial Institutions)
Unit 2 -
Globalization and the Indian Economy (Concept of Economic Reforms in 1991, Meaning of globalization. Strategies adopted in reform measures)
Consumer Rights (How Consumer is exploited, Rise of Consumer’s awareness, Role of government in Protecting Consumers rights)
TBSE Madhyamik 2020 is an important exam that requires effective planning. Some of the preparation tips for students planning to appear for the examination are as follows:
Keep yourself updated. Regularly check official website of Tripura Board and look for any new notification. Board generally releases TBSE Madhyamik Routine and other details on their website.
Carefully go through the topic wise marking scheme and ensures that you cover all the important topics.
Do not forget to solve previous years question papers. This will help you understand your weaknesses.
Do not worry about Tripura Madhyamik result. Focus towards preparing well.
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