About TS SSC Board 2020

Directorate of Government Education, Telangana conducts TS SSC exam for Class 10th students, every year. Telangana Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination (TS SSC) is conducted in the month of March in Telugu, English and Urdu medium. Students who qualify the Telangana SSC exam will be promoted to Class 11th. Approximately, 12.15 lakh students appear in Telangana SSC examinations. Here are the major highlights of TS SSC 2020 exams:
Latest: TS SSC Exams scheduled between March 23 and 30, 2020 have been postponed to hold after March 31, 2020. The new dates to be out soon.

  • Registration of TS SSC exams 2020 has been started. Students can apply through their respective schools.
  • TS SSC time table 2020 has been released for theory exams.
  • DGE commenced TS SSC 2020 exams from March 19, 2020 in the morning session starting from 9:30 am.
  • The hall ticket for TS SSC has been released online on March 11, 2020. 
  • Students can check details like name, roll number, district, school, date of birth, etc on their TS SSC hall ticket
  • Each student should bring the hall ticket while appearing for TS SSC exams 2020.
  • In TS SSC exams 2020, there are 3 language papers which are Maths, Science and Social Science and 6 non-language papers.
  • Students will be able to check their SSC result in the 2nd week of May 2020. 
  • Students will be able to check their TS SSC result 2020 by entering the roll number in the result login window. 
  • Last year, the result was declared on May 13, 2019. 
  • Students who fail in 1 or 2 papers of TS SSC 2020 exams can apply for the supplementary exams, to be held in June 2020. 
  • The result for supplementary exams will be issued in July 2020.

TS SSC Board 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name Telangana State Secondary School Certificate Examination
Short Exam Name TS SSC Board
Conducting Body Directorate of Government Examinations Telangana
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level Matriculate
Languages English, Telugu +1 More
Mode of Application Offline
Application Fee (General) 125 Rs [Offline]
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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TS SSC Board 2020 Important Dates

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Upcoming Dates and Events

08 May, 2020 - 15 May, 2020 (Tentative)

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Past Dates and Events

06 Apr, 2020

Exam - SSC Vocational course (theory) | Mode: Offline

04 Apr, 2020

Exam - OSSC Main Language paper 2 (Sanskrit and Arabic) | Mode: Offline

03 Apr, 2020

Exam - OSSC Main Language paper 1 (Sanskrit and Arabic) | Mode: Offline

01 Apr, 2020

Exam - Social Science paper 2 | Mode: Offline

31 Mar, 2020

Exam - Social Science paper 1 | Mode: Offline

21 Mar, 2020

Exam - Second Language | Mode: Offline

20 Mar, 2020

Exam - First Language paper 2 (Group-A, Composite course) | Mode: Offline

19 Mar, 2020

Exam - First Language paper 1 (Group-A, Composite course) | Mode: Offline

11 Mar, 2020

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TS SSC Board 2020 Eligibility Criteria

DGE Telangana sets the TS SSC Eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria of TS SSC 2020 are the minimum requirements that need to be met by students before filling the forms. Telangana SSC 2020 Eligibility criteria is given below:

  1. Students must be studying in class 10th of any school affiliated to the Telangana Board.

  2. Students must have cleared their class 9th from Telangana Board or any other board recognized by Telangana Board.

  3. Students must have at least 14 years of age till August 31, 2020. 

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TS SSC Board 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Offline

Mode of Payment : Other

Students should fill the application forms correctly and submit the same on time to appear in the TS SSC 2020. Only the offline forms are accepted. Students should contact their respective schools to apply for TS SSC exams 2020

Step 1: Students will have to take the application form from the head of institution of their school.

Step 2: Students need to fill the form completely and attach passport-sized photos along with the form. They also need to get the form signed by their parents or guardian.

Step 3: Now, submit the application form of TS SSC 2020 along with the requisite fee, i.e., Rs. 125 and Rs. 60 for each vocational subjects, before the last date of application.

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
OBC, SC, General, ST Offline Male, Female, Transgender ₹ 125
OBC, SC, General, ST PWD Offline Male, Female, Transgender ₹ 125

TS SSC Board 2020 Syllabus

Biology-

Biology: Unit 01
What is science
The individual perspective of science
The social perspective of science
Science and change
How do scientists work and scientific method
Process skills
Reading to learn and writing to communicate
Safety in the laboratory and safety in science
Some of the divisions in science
Biology: Unit 02
Cell - the basic unit of life
Discovery of the cell
Observing cells in a match stick
Observing cells in an onion peel
Cell - nucleus - robert brown experiment -observing human cheek cells,observing the nucleus in onion peel,observing the nucleus in human cheek cell
Diversity in cells -observing the cells in the leaf,observing the different cells in human body
Biology: Unit 03
Microbial world -1
Invention of microscope
Discovery of microorganisms
Groups of microorganisms
Observation
Observing microorganisms in water
Observing fungi
Observing bacteria
Observing algae
Observing protozoans and micro-arthropods
Observing soil microorganisms
Viruses - introduction
Biology: Unit 04
Microbial world - 2
Useful microorganisms
Observing microorganisms in maida - yeast mixture
Commercial use of microorganisms
Medicinal use of microorganisms
Antiboitic - invention of penicillin
Vaccines
Invention of vaccine against smallpox
Soil microorganisms and soil fertility
Nitrogen fixation
Harmful microorganisms
Microorganisms causing disease in man
Microorganisms causing diseases in animals
Microorganisms causing diseases in plants
Biology: Unit 05
Food preservation
Preserving food in heat and cold method, packing
Pasteurisation
Biology: Unit 06
Reproduction in animals
Oviparous and viviparous animals
Identifying the method of reproduction based on ears, hair on the skin and feathers
Kinds of / types of reproduction in animals - sexual and asexual reproduction
Asexual reproduction
Sexual reproduction
Budding in hydra
Binary fission in amoeba
Male reporductive system in human beings
Female reproductive system in human beings
Fertilization - development of an embryo
External and internal fertilization
Life cycle of frog
Cloning
Biology: Unit 07
Adolescence
Changes at adolescence
Measuring increase in height and observing growth rate
Observing the changes in the body - secondary sexual characters
Adam's apple - voice change
Reproduction in human beings
Menstrual cycle
Child marriages - demerits
Adolescence - behavioural changes
Adolescence - effect of endocrine glands
Adolescence and health
Sweat and pimples
Balanced diet
Hygiene / cleanliness
Physical exercise
Biology: Unit 08
Biodiversity and its conservation
Conference on biodiversity - information
Biodiversity
Identifying biodiversity in the sorroundings
Diverse world of life under microscope
Diversity / variations in plants
Observing variations in plants
Observing variations in animals
Observing variations in human beings
Degradation of forests - concept of biodiversity
Endangered species, endemic species
Information on endangered species - red data book
Biodiversity - balance in nature
Biodiversity and its conservation
National parks and sanctuaries
Conservation of forests - preparation / making of recycled paper
Biology: Unit 09
Different ecosystems
Concept of ecosystem
Structure of an ecosystem
Ecosystem - relationship between biotic components
Changes in the ecosystem
Types of ecosystem
Grassland ecosystem
Forest ecosystem
Desert ecosystem
Fresh water ecosystem
Marine ecosystem
Producers
Consumers
Decomposers
Abiotic components
Energy flow in an ecosystem
Ecosystem - biotic and abiotic components
Biology: Unit 10
Food production from plants
Crops in india
Crops in our village,district and state
Duration of crops
Long-term crops and short-term crops
Kharif crops and rabi crops
Duration of night and its effect on crop production
Cultivation of paddy
Preparing the soil (ploughing, manuring)
Leveling the soil
Selection of seeds, cleaning the seeds
Different type of sowing the seeds.developing seed beds
Transplanting
Manures, peticides
Crop protection, methods of management
Identification of pests
Controlling the pests
Pest controlling practices
Obtaining high yield
Manures / fertilizers - natural and artificial manures
Irrigation, modern methods of irrigation - drip irrigation
Weeding methods
Rotation of crops - methods
Methods of storing grains - godowns and cold storage units
Biology: Unit 11
Food production from animals
Animal husbandry
Rearing animals
Rearing animals in villages
Challenges in animal rearing
Milk production
Milk collection -pasteurization and chilling
Selection of live stock
Livestock - methods of management
Poultry
Types / varieties of hen - broilers, layers
Poultry farms, incubator
Apiculture
Types of honey bees and their life
Honey extraction sources of nectar
Marine fishes
Fresh water fishes
Biology: Unit 12
Not for drinking - not for breathing
Vehicles
Pollution check
Pollution under control certificate
Atmospheric pollution
Air pollution - pollutants
Primary pollutants,secondary pollutants
Pollution - the reasons
Natural calamities
Human activities
Nuclear power generation plants
Chemical fertilizers
Insecticides
Deforestation
Industrial effluents
Chloro - fluro carbons
Mining
Air pollution - the effects
Aerosols
Hydrogen
Sulphide
Carbon monoxide
Air pollution - controlling measures
Water pollution
Testing the pollutants in water samples
Pollution of river musi
Definite, indefinite pollutants
Plants - nutrients
Biodegradable wastes
Heat - water pollution
Solid wastes, toxic chemicals
Controlling water pollution
Biology: Unit 13
Why do we fall ill
Health - its significance
What do we mean by 'being healthy
Individual, social problems
Community health,personal health
Distinction between 'being healthy and disease free'
Disease - and its causes
Infections and non-infections diseases
Short-term
Long-term diseases
Illhealth
Diseases
Carriers of diseases -bacteria, viruses, protozans etc
How does a disease spread
Disease causing organisms(pathogens)
The changes in organ systems in the body
Prevention of diseases - principles, actions
Biology: Unit 14
Cell structure and functions
Typical cell
Comaparing plant and animal cell
Cell membrane (plasma membrane)
cell wall
Nucleus
Eukaryotic cell
Prokaryotic cell
Cytoplasm
Protoplasm - cytoplasm
Cell organells
Endoplasmic reticulum
Ribosomes
Lysosomes
Golgi complex
Mitochondria
Vacuoles
Plastids - chloroplasts
Are cells flat?
Where do cells form from
Biology: Unit 15
Plant tissues
Parts of the plants - their functions
Observing the cells in leaf and onion peels
Observing the cells in root tip
Observing growing roots in onion
Meristematic tissues
Dermal tissue
Ground tissue
Vascular tissue
Meristematic tissues -apical meristem,lateral meristem,intercalary meristem
Observing the tissues in transverse section of a dicot steam
Observing epidermal cells in rheo leaf
Grond tissue
Parenchyma
Sclerenchyma
Collenchyma
Chlorenchyma
Aerenchyma
Storage tissue
Vascular tissue -xylen, phloem (vascular bundles)
Biology: Unit 16
Animal tissues
Organ systems - functions
Observing tissues
Observing the cells in the blood sample
Different types of animal tissues
Epithelial tissues
Connective tissue
Muscular tissues
Nervous tissue
Epithelical tissue - columna,cuboidal,squanous epithelial tissue and their characterstics
Aereolar
Adipose
Skeletal tissue
Bone, cartilage, ligament, tendon
Blood tissue
Red blood cells
White blood cells
Blood - platelets
Granulocytes (nutrophile, basophile, esinophile)
Agranulocytes (lymphocytes, monocytes)
Blood flow, blood clotting
Blood groups
Universal acceptors
Universal donors
Blood grouping - testing
Biology: Unit 17
Movement of materials across the cell membrane
The substances that get into and go out of the cell
Solutions and their concentration(sugar solution)
Observing the changes of kishmish when placed in sugar solution and tap water
Osmosis - the flow of liquids through selectively permiable membrane
Filtration
Functions of plasma membrane
Flow of substances through plasma membrane
Importance of osmosis in living organisms
Diffusion
Biology: Unit 18
Diversity in living organisms
Observing diversity in plants
Identifying the plants based on selected characters / features
Observing the seeds
Observing the characters of monot and dicot plants
Diversity in animals
Observing external characters in insects
Variations / diversity in human beings, diversity in plants
Classification - the concept, its need - evolution of life
Classification - its historic elements; binomial nomenclature
Method of classification - the five kingdom classification proposed by whittaker
Monera
Protista
Plantae
Fungi
Animalia
Classification of plant kingdom
Classification of animal kingdom
Biology: Unit 19
Sense organs
Sense organs - opinions of our ancestors
What do our sense do
How do sense organs help us
Stimulus - response
Eye-its structure, cells and tissues / structure of the eye-cells and tissues in the eye
Functioning of the eye
Eye and illusions
Taking care of our eyes, diseases and defects of the eye - an understanding
Ear - its external and internal structure
Ear - the hearing / auditory sensation
Functions of the ear, caring for the ears
Structure of the nose
The smell or olfactory sense - how do we know the sense of smell
Taking care of nose
Structure of the tongue
How do we know the taste
Taking care of the tongue
Structure of the skin
How does the skin convey the sense of touch
Skin diseases, taking care of skin
Biology: Unit 20
Animal behaviour
Animals behave in different ways or animals exhibit different behaviour
Different types of animal behaviour
Instinct
Imprinting
Conditioning
Imitation
Pavlov experiments on conditioning
Human behaviour -instinct, imitation, conditioning
Investigating behaviour in the field, laboratory
Investigation in the field - tagging
Animals - and their intelligence
Biology: Unit 21
Challenges in improving agricultural products
Relationship between growth of population and the need for food
Need of improving agricultural produce
How to increase the food production
High yielding varieties
Irrigation facilities
Relationship between water and crop yield
Plant nutrients / or nutrients needed by the plants
Crop rotation
Cultivating mixed crops
Organic manure
Chemical fertilizers
Soil testing
Conventional manures
Vermi compost
Panchagavya
Organic farming
The long-term effect of chemical fertilizers on the yield of the crop
Crop protection
Weeds
Plant - diseases - prevention(pesticides)
Biology: Unit 22
Adaptations in different ecosystems
Ecosystems
Ecosystems - adaptations in plants
Desert ecosystem -adaptations in plants and animals
Aquatic ecosystem -adaptations in plants and animals
Marine ecosystem -adaptations in plants and animals
The zones in the marine ecosystem on the basis of availability of light at different depths
Euphotic zone
Bathyal zone
Abyssal zone
Zones in the fresh water ecosystem
Littoral zone
Limnetic zone
Profundal zone
Water salinity - adaptations
Adaptations to temperature in plants, animals
Hibernation and aestivation
Symbiosis(lichens)
Adaptations - evolution(story of darwin's finches)
Biology: Unit 23
Soil pollution
What is soil
Soil properties
Physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil
Soil fertility
Soil pollution
Fertility of soil due to decomposition of wastes
Soil pollution - wastes
Biodegradable wastes
Non-biodegradable wastes
Causes of land pollution
Manures and chemicals
Biomagnification
Solid wastes
Deforestation
Urbanization
Pollution of undreground soil
Effects of soil pollution on environment
Control measures of soil pollution
Bioremidiation, soil conservation
Biology: Unit 24
Biogeochemical cycles
Pollution
Concept of biogeochemical cycles in relation to the ecosystems - an understanding
Water cycle
Nitrogen cycle
Nitrogen fixation
Nitrification
Assimilation
Ammonification
Denitrification
Nitrogen cycle and human intervention
Carbon cycle
Photosynthesis - carbon - fixation
Carbondioxide cycling and storage
Carbon cycle - human intervention
Global warming
The green house effect
Oxygen cycle
Ozone layer and its effect
Biology: Unit 25
Nutrition
Life process- introduction
Autotrophic and heterotrophic nutrition
Photosynthesis
Understand the concept of photosynthesis
Raw materials required for photosynthesis - h2o, co2 sunlight
Process of releasing oxygen in photosynthesis
Necessity of light for formation of carbohydrate
Chlorophyll - photosynthesis
Where does photosynthesis takes place
Mechanism of photosynthesis
Light reaction
Dark reaction
Nutrition in organisms
How do the organisms obtain the food
Cuctuta - parasitic nutrition
Digestion in human beings
Process of movement of food through alimentary canal
Litmus paper test
Enzyme
Flow chart of human digestive system
Healthy points about oesophagus
Malnutrition -disease
Kwashiorkore
Marasmus
Obesity
Differences due to vitamin deficiency
Biology: Unit 26
Respiration
Respiration
Discovery of gases involved in respiration
Different stages of respiration
Expiration, inspiration
Pathway of air
Epiglottis - pathway of air
Respirating system in human being
Exchange of gases
Mechanism of transport of gases
Transport of gases(capillaries to cells,cells to back)
Cellular respiration
Anaerobic respiration
Aerobic respiration
Fermentation
Respiration - combustion
Liberating heat during respiration
Evolution of gaseous exchange
Plant respiration
Transportation of gases in plants
Respiration through roots
Photosynthesis - respiration
Biology: Unit 27
Transportation
Internal structure of heart
Blood vessels and blood transport
Blood capillaries
Arteries veins
Cardiac cycle
Single circulation, double circulation
Lymphatic system
Evolution of transport system
Blood pressure
Blood clotting
Trasnportation in plants
How water is absorbed
Root hair absorbtion
What is root pressure
Mechanism of transportation of water in plants
Transportation, root pressure, ascent of sap. cohesive adhesive pressure
Transportation of minerals
Transportation of food material
Biology: Unit 28
Excretion
Excretion in human beings
Excretory system
Kidney
Kidney internal structure
Structure of nephron
Malphigion tubules
Nephron
Formation of urine
Glomerular filtration
Tubular reabsorption
Tubular secretion
Formation of hypertonic urine
Urinary bladder
Ureter
Urethra
Urine excretion
Urine composition
Dialysis - artificial kidney
Kidney transportation
Accessory excretery organs in human being(lung,liver,skin.large intestine)
Excretion in other organisms
Excretion in plants
Alkaloids
Tannin
Resin
Gums
Latex
Excretion, secretion
Biology: Unit 29
Control and coordination
Stimulus and response
Integrated system
Nerves coordination
Nerve cell structure
Pathways from stimulus to response
Afferent nerves
Efferent nerves
Reflex arc
Central Nervous system
Brain
Spinal nerves
Peripherial nervous system
Coordination without nerves
Story of insulin
Chemical coordination
Endocrine glands
Feedback mechanism
Autonomous nervous system
Coordination in plants
Phytohormones
How plant shows responses to stimulus
Tropic movements in plants
Biology: Unit 30
Reproduction
Growth of bacteria in milk.
Asexual reproduction
Fission, budding
Fragmentation
Parthenocarpy
Parthenogensis
Regeneration
Vegetative propagation
Natural vegetative propagation through roots, stem, leaves
Artificial propagation
Cuttings, layering and grafting
Formation of spores(sporophyll)
Sexual reproduction
Reproduction in human beings
Male reproductive system
Female reproductive system
Child birth
Sexual reproduction in plants
Flower - reproductive parts, unisexual, bisexual flowers, self and cross pollination
Pollen grain
Structure of ovule, ovary; double fertilisation
Germination of seeds
Cell division - cell cycle
Cell division in humn beings
Cell cycle - g1, s, g2 and m phases
Mitosis
Meiosis
Reproductive health - hiv/ aids
Birth control methods
Fighting against social ills
Teenage motherhood, stop female foeticide
Biology: Unit 31
Coordination in life processes
Hunger
Effect of hunger stimulus
Relation between taste and smell
Relation between taste of tongue and palate
Mouth - a mastication machine
Action of saliva on flour
Observing the ph of mouth
Passage of food through oesophagus
Peristaltic movement in oespaphagus
Stomach is mixer
Movement of food from stomach to intestion
Excretion of waste material
Biology: Unit 32
Heredity
New characters - variation
Experiments conducted by mendal (f1 generation, f2 generation), mendel's laws
F1 generation self pollination
Phenotype
Genotype
Parents to offsprings
How the characters exhibit
Sex determination in human beings
Evolution
Genetic drift
Theories of organic evolution
Lamarckism
Darwinism
Darwin theory in a nut shell
Origin of species
How the new species orginates
Evolution - evidences
Homologous organs - analogous organs
Embrylogical evidence
Fossils evidences
Human evolution
Human beings museum of vestigial organs
Biology: Unit 33
Our environment
Ecosystem - food chain
Number pyramid
Biomass pyramid
Energy pyramid
Human activities -their effect on ecosystem
Story of kolleru lake
Edulabad resorvoir
Effect of heavy metals
Sparrow campaign
Biological pest control measures
Crop rotation
Knowing the history of pests
Sterility
Gene mutation
Concern towards environment
Biology: Unit 34
Natural resources
Case study -agricultural land(past and present)
Case study - water management
Community based particing
Farmer based intervention
Waste land cultivation
Water resources in the telugu states
Natural resources around us
Forest renewable resources
Soil
Bio-diversity
Fossil fuels
Minerals
Conservation, redue, reuse, recycle, recover
Conservation groups

English+

English: Unit 01
Personality development
Attitude is altitude
Every success story is also a story of great failures essay
I will do it
English: Unit 02
Wit and humour
The dear departed (part - i)
The dear departed (part - ii)
The brave potter
English: Unit 03
Human relations
The journey
Another woman
The never-never nest
English: Unit 04
Films and theatre
Rendezvous with ray
Maya bazaar
A tribute
English: Unit 05
Social issues / agrarian issues
The storeyed house (part - i)
The storeyed house (part - ii)
Abandoned
English: Unit 06
Bio-diversity
Environment
Or will the dreamer wake
A tale of three villages
English: Unit 07
Nation and diversity
My childhood
A plea for india
Unity in diversity in india
English: Unit 08
Human rights
Jamaican fragment
Once upon a time
What is my name

Geography and economics+

Geography and economics: Unit 01
India : relief features
Location
Geological background
Major relief divisions
The himalayas
The indo- gangetic plain
The peninsular plateau
The thar desert
The coastal plains and the islands
Geography and economics: Unit 02
Ideas on development
What development promises
Different people
Different goals
Income and other goals
How to compare different countries or states
Income and other criteria
Public facilities
Human development report
India and its neighbours for 2015 data
Development as progress over time
Geography and economics: Unit 03
Production and employment
Sectors of economy
Gross domestic product
How to we estimate gdp
Changes in the importance of sectors
Value of goods and services produced and employment of people
Employment – the working life in india
Organised and unorganised sector employment in india
How to create more and better conditions of employment
Geography and economics: Unit 04
Climate in Indian context
Climate and weather
Climografs – india
Factors influencing climate and weather
Latitude on distance from the equator
Land water relationship, relief, upper atmosphere circulation
Winter
Summer
Advancing monsoon
Retreating monsoon
Global warming and climate change
Agw and climate change
Impact of change on india
Geography and economics: Unit 05
Indian rivers and water resources
The himalayan rivers
The indus system
The brahmaputra system
The peninsular rivers
Water use
Inflows and out flows
Water use in tungabhadra river basin
Rational and equitable use of water
A case study or hivre bazar of maharastra
Water as common pool resource
Geography and economics: Unit 06
The population
A survey our own area
What does the census show
Age structure
Sex ratio
Literacy rates
Life expectancy
Population growth and processes of population change
Change in population size
Population density
Geography and economics: Unit 07
Settlement and migration
What is a settlement
How did settlements begin
Why do settlements change
What types of places formed as settlements
How are settlements organised
Urbanisation in india
Indian settlements in hierarchy
Aerotropolis – jet – age city
Urbanisation problems
Measure and classify migration patterns
Migration in india (census 2001, 2011)
Rural and urban migration
Seasonal and temporary migration
What happens when people migrate
International migration
Geography and economics: Unit 08
Rampur village economy
The story of rampur village
Farming in rampur
Land and other natural resources
Land distribution in rampur
Organisation of production
Land
Tools, machines, buildings
Raw material and money
Knowledge and enterprise
Labour for a farm and wages
Capital -arranging physical and working capital
Surplus or loss for farmer
Non – farm activities in rampur
Small scale manufacturing in rampur
The shopkeepers of rampur
Transport
Geography and economics: Unit 09
Globalisation
Production across countries
Interlinking production across countries
Foreign trade and integration of market
What is globalisation
Factors that have enabled globalisation
Technology
Liberalisation of foreign and foreign investment policy
Institutions of global governance
World trade organisation
Impact of globalisation in india
Small producers
The struggle for a fair globalisation
Geography and economics: Unit 10
Food security
Food security for the country
Increasing food grain production
Availability of food grains
Other food items
Access to food
Nutrition status
Public distribution system
Geography and economics: Unit 11
Sustainable development with equity
Development again
Environment and development
People’s rights over the environment
Towards sustainable development with equity
At alternative public distribution system
Geography and economics: Unit 12
The world between wars 1900-1950
World wars
Causes of the two world wars compared
Aggressive nationalism
Imperialism
Secret alliances
The armaments race
Militarism
The special contest of the second world war
The treaty of versailles
The league of nations
German challenge to vengeful domination
The fear or socialism and the ussr
Consequences of the world wars
Enormous human cost democratic principles asserted
Second world war 1939-1945
New balance of power
New international organisations
Enfranchisement of women
Russian socialist revolution
The great depression
Rise of nazism in germany
The defeat and end
Geography and economics: Unit 13
National liberation movements in the colonies
China : two different phases
Establishing the republic
The rise of the communist party of china
Establishing the new democracy : 1949-1954
Land Reforms
Vietnam against two colonizers
The colonial experience
Emergence of vietnamese nationalism
The new republic of vietnam
The entry of the us into the war
Nigeria forming unity against the colonizers
British colonialism and the making of a nation
Independent and week democracy oil
Environment and politics
Geography and economics: Unit 14
National movement in India – partition and independence 1939-1947
Should the war supported by indians ?1939-42
The muslim league
The hindu mahasabha and the rss
Who will make the british quit india?
The pakistan resolution
The popular upsurge 1946-48
Muslim league and congress
Negotiation for transfer of power
A possible alternative to partition
Partition and migration
Integration of states
Geography and economics: Unit 15
Making of independent India’s constitution
Revisiting the indian constitution
Nepal constitution preamble 2007
Japan constitution preamble 1946
Constituent assembly debates
Draft constitution
The vision of the constitution
Debate on fundamental rights
The constitution today
Geography and economics: Unit 16
The election process in India
Election system in india
The election commission
Political parties in election
Conduct of elections at various levels
Voting mechanism
Nota
The need for electoral reforms
Geography and economics: Unit 17
Independent India (the first 30 years 1947-1977)
First general elections
Election procedure
One party domination in political system
Demand for state reorganization
State re organization act, 1956
Src – state are organization commission
Social and economic change
Foreign policy and wars
Anti-hindi agitation
Green revolution
Regional parties and regional movements
Bangladesh war
Emergency
Geography and economics: Unit 18
Emerging political trends(1977-2007)
Return of democracy after emergency
Elections – 1977 – end of emergency
Some important parties of 1970s bld, congress, cpi (m), dmk, jan sangh, sad
Regional party - telangana
Assam movement
The punjab agitation
The new initiatives of rajiv gandhi era
Rise of communalism and corruption in high places
The era of coalition politics
‘mandal, mandir and market’
Geography and economics: Unit 19
Post-war world and India
After world war –ii
Uno
Cold war (1945-1991)
Proxy war
Military alliances
Arms and space race
Nam
West asian conflicts
Growth of nationalism in middle east
Peace movements
Collapse of the ussr
Geography and economics: Unit 20
Social movements in our times
Civil rights and other movements of 1960s
Human rights movements in the ussr
Anti-nuclear and anti-war movements
Globalisation, marginalized people and environmental movements
Greenpeace movement in europe
Bhopal gas disaster related movements
Silent valley movement 1973-85
Movement against dams – narmada river
Movement of women for social justice
Aadavallu ekamaite
Social mobilization on human rights
Meria paibi movement
Geography and economics: Unit 21
The movement for the formation of Telangana state
The merger of hyderabad state with india
The gentlemen’s agreement
Mulki rules
1969 agitation
Movements in 1990s
In the process of achieving telangana
Withdrawal of announcement
Telangana achieved
Prof. jaya shanker

Mathematics+

Mathematics: Unit 01
Number system
Real numbers
Euclid division lemma
Introduction of hcf
Some number generalisations
More about rational and irrational numbers
Fundamental theorem of arithmetic
Statements
Lcm, hcf
Properties of real numbers in terms of rationality and irrationality
Proofs of results
Irrationality of 2 , 3 etc. and decimal expansions of rational numbers in terms of terminating, recurring of decimals and vice versa
Introduction of logarithms
Conversion of a number in exponential form to a logarithm tic form
Properties of logarithms loga a =1; loga 1=0
Laws of logarithms log xy = logx + logy
Log x/y = logx – logy and log xn = n log x
Standard base of logarithms and usage
Sets (8 periods)
Sets and their representations
Empty set
Finite and infinite sets
Equal sets
Subsets
Subsets of the set of real numbers
Universal set and
Cardinality of sets
Venn diagrams
Sets and subsets
Disjoint sets
Basic operations on sets
Union and intersection
Difference of sets
Mathematics: Unit 02
Algebra
Polynomials
Zeroes of a polynomial
Geometrical meaning of zeroes of quadratic and cubic polynomials using graphs zeroes of a polynomial
Relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial with particular reference to quadratic polynomials
Statement and simple problems on division algorithm for polynomials with integral coefficients
Zeroes of a biquadratic polynomial
Pair of linear equations in two variables
Geometric representation of different possibilities of solutions / inconsistency
Algebraic conditions for number of solutions
Solution of pair of linear equations in two variables
Simple problems on equations reducible to linear equations in two variables
Quadratic equations
Standard form of a quadratic equation
Progressions
Sequence and series
Progressions introduction
Motivation for studying ap
Derivation of standard results of finding the nth term and sum of first n terms of a.p
Motivation for studying g.p
Nth term of g.p
Mathematics: Unit 03
Trigonometry
Trigonometric ratios of an acute angle by using rightangled triangle i.e. sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant and cotangent
Values (with proofs) of the trigonometric ratios of 300, 450 and 600
Motivate the ratios whichever are defined at 00 and 900
Relationship between the ratios
Trigonometric identities
Proof and applications of the identities
Simple problems on identities
Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles
Applications of trigonometry
Angle of elevation
Angle of depression
Simple and daily life problems on heights and distances
Problems should not involve more than two right triangles and angles elevation/ depression should be only 300, 450, 600
Mathematics: Unit 04
Coordinate geometry lines
Review the concepts of coordinate geometry done by the graphs of linear equations
Distance between two points i.e. p (x1, y1) and q (x2, y2)
Section formula (internal division of a line segment in the ratio m:n)
Area of a triangle on coordinate plane
Slope of a line joining two points
Mathematics: Unit 05
Geometry
Similar triangles
Meaning and examples, properties of similar triangles
Difference between congruency and similarity of triangles
Mathematics: Unit 06
Construction
Division of a line segment using basic proportionality theorem
A triangle similar to given triangle as per the given scale factor
Tangents and secants to a circle
Tangents to a circle motivated by chords drawn from points coming closer and closer to the point
The tangent at any point of a circle is perpendicular to the radius through the point of contact
The lengths of tangents drawn from an external point to a circle are equal
Segment of a circle made by the secant
Finding the area of the minor/ major segment of a circle
Mathematics: Unit 07
Constructions
A tangent to a circle through point given on it
Pair of tangents to a circle drawn from an external point
Mathematics: Unit 08
Mensuration
Surface areas and volumes
Problems on finding surface areas and volumes of combinations of any of the following
Cubes, cuboids, spheres, hemispheres and right circular cylinders / cones
Problems involving converting one type of metallic solid into another and other mixed problems
Mathematics: Unit 09
Data handling
Statistics
Revision of mean, median and mode of ungrouped
Arithmetic mean, median and mode for grouped data
Simple problems on finding mean, median and mode for grouped / ungrouped data
Usage and different values and central tendencies through ogives
Probability
Concept and definition of probability
Simple problems on single events simple using set notation
Concept of complimentary events
Mathematics: Unit 10
Mathematical modelling
Concept of mathematical modeling
Discussing the broad stages of modeling real life, situations uisng simple interest, probability, fare installments, payments

Physical science+

Physical science: Unit 01
Reflection of light at curved surface
Normal to the curved surface
Spherical mirrors, convex, conclave mirrors
Pole, focus, centre of curvature, principle axis, radius of curvature, focal length
Images formed by spherical mirrors
Ray diagrams for spherical mirrors
Rules for ray diagrams by sing laws of reflection
Formula for spherical mirrors – sign convention
Magnification
Application of reflection - solar cooker
Physical science: Unit 02
Chemical equations and reactions
Some daily life examples of chemical reactions
Chemical equations
Writing chemical equations, skeletal chemical equations, balancing chemical equations
Writing symbols of physical states, heat changes, gas evolved and precipitate formed
Interperting a balanced chemical equation
Calculations based on mass, volume, number of molecules and moles
Physical science: Unit 03
Acids, bases and salts
Chemical properties of acids and bases
Acids and bases in laboratory – indicators
Reaction of acids and bases with metals
Reaction of acids and bases with metal carbonates and metal hydrogen carbonates
Reaction of acids and bases with each other(neutralization)
Reaction of acids with metallic oxides
Reaction of bases with non-metallic oxides
What do acids have in common? what do bases have in common
Do acids produce ions only in aqueous solution
Recation of acid, base with water
Strength of acid or base - ph scale
Importance of ph in everyday life
Sensitivity of plants and animals to ph
Ph of soils, ph in digestive system, ph tooth decay
Self defense by animals and plants through chemical warfare
Salts
Family of salts
Ph of salts
Chemicals from common salt
Common salt – a raw material for other chemicals
Preparation of sodium hydroxide, bleaching powder, baking soda, washing soda and uses
Removing of water of crystallization
Plaster of paris
Physical science: Unit 04
Refraction of light at curved surface
Refraction of light at curved surface
Image formatioon
Dervation of curved surface formula
Lenses
Focal length of the lens
Rules for ray diagram
Images formed by the lenses
Formula derived for thin lenses
Focal length of lens depends on surrounding medium
Lens maker formula
Physical science: Unit 05
Human eye and colourful world
Least distance of distinct vision, angle of vision
Structure of human eye
Focal length of human eye lens
Accommodation
Common accommodation defects of vision
Myopia, hypermetropia, presbyopia
Power of lens
Prism
Rerective index of prism
Derivation of formula for rerective index of prism
Dispersion
Rainbow
Scattering of light
Physical science: Unit 06
Structure of atom
Spectrum
Wave nature of light, Huygen's theory for propagation of light and rectilinear propagation of light
Electromagnetic spectrum
Planck’s theory
Bohr’s model of hydrogen atom and its limitations
Bohr - sommerfeld model of an atom
Quantum mechanical model of an atom
Quantum numbers
Main shells, sub-shells and orbitals in different subshells
Shapes of s,p and d orbitals
Electronic configuration of elements in their atoms
1x rule,energies of electronic energy levels(n+1 )rule,aufbau principle
Paulis principal,hund's rule of maximum multiplicity
Stable rule of configurations
Physical science: Unit 07
Classification of elements - the periodic table
Need for arrangement of elements in an organized manner
Historical background of classification of elements
Doberieners triads - limitations
Newland’s law of octaves
Mendeleev’s periodic table (periodic law, achievements and limitations)
Modern periodic table
Position of elements in modern periodic table -groups,periods ,metals and non-metals
Trends in modern periodic table (valency, atomic size, ionization energy, electron affinity, electronegativity, metallic & non-metallic properties)
Physical science: Unit 08
Chemical bonding
Chemical bond definition (brief explaination)
Lewis symbols (or) lewis dot structures
Electronic theory of valence by lewis and kossel
Octet rule
Ionic and covalent bonds: examples with lewis dot formulae
The arrangement of ions in ionic componds
Factors affecting the formation of cation and anion
Shapes, bond lengths and bond energies in molecules
Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory
Valence bond theory – examples like h2, cl2, h2o, bf3, ch4, nh3, c2h6, c2h4, c2h2 etc
Hybridisation and explaination of h2o, bf3, ch4, nh3 etc., molecules
Properties of ionic and covalent compounds
Physical science: Unit 09
Electric current
Electric curretnt
I = q/t
I = nqavd
Potential difference
How a battery or a cell works
EMF
Ohms law and its limitations, resistance, specific resistance, factors influencing resistance, electric shock
Electric circuts
Series and parallel connection of resistances
Kirchhoff's laws
Electric power
Safety fuses
Physical science: Unit 10
Electromagnetism
Oersted experiment
Magnetic field – field lines
Magnetic flux - magnetic flux density
Magnetic field due to currents
Due to current carrying straight wire
Due to circular loop
Solenoid
Magnetic force on moving charge and current carrying wire
Right hand rule
Electric motor
Electromagnetic induction – faraday’s law (including magnetic flux) – lenz law
Derivation of faraday’s law
Applications of faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction
Generators and alternating – direct currents
Physical science: Unit 11
Principles of metallurgy
Occurance of metals in nature
Extractions of metals from the ores
Activity series and related metallurgy
Flow chart of steps involved in the extraction of metals from ore
Enrichment of ores(concentration or dressing)
Extraction of crude metal from the ore
Extracting metals low in the activity series
Extracting metal in the middle of the activity series
Extracting metal in the top of the activity series
Refining metals(purification of the crude metal)
Electrolytic refining
Distillation
Poling
Liquation
Corrosion – prevension of corrosion
Important processes used in metallurgy
Smelting
Rosting
Calcination
Flux
Furnace
Physical science: Unit 12
Carbon and its compounds
Introduction of carbon compounds
Promotion of an electron
Bonding in carbon including hybridization
Allotropes of carbon
Amorphous forms
Crystalline forms(diamond,graphite,c60 and nano tubes)
Versatile nature of carbon
Catenation and tetravalency
Preparation and properties: Hydrocarbons, monohydric alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, monocarboxylic acids, primary amines, benzene, nitrobenzene, aniline, phenol, benzaldehyde, benzoic acid, grignard reagent
Open and closed chain hydrocarbons
Saturated and unsturated hydrocarbons
Bonding of carbon with other elements
Functional groups in carbon compounds
Isomerism - Structural and stereoisomerism
Homologous series alkanes, alkenes and alkynes
Nomenclature of carbon compounds
Chemical properties of carbon compounds
Combustion reactions
Oxidation reaction (alcohol to acids)
Addition reactions
Substitution reactions
Important carbon compounds
Ethanol
Properties of ethanol
General properties
Reaction of ethanol with sodium, reaction with hot concentrated sulphuric acid
Ethanoic acid
Properties of ethanoic acid
Reaction with a base, sodium hydroxide
Sodium carbonate and sodium hydrogen carbonate
Esterification reactions
Soaps – saponification, micelles
Cleansing action of soap

TS SSC Board 2020 Preparation Tips

Students need to prepare for TS SSC 2020 smartly by tweaking their academic lifestyle a bit. These small changes can bring about great results. Read Telangana SSC board exam toppers’ own tried and tested methods to prepare a strategy for yourself:

  • Know all about the exam: Before preparing for Telangana SSC 2020 exams, be sure to gather all the information like syllabus, exam pattern, Telangana SSC Time Table, admit card etc. This will help you organise your mind and reduce the stress for preparation and exam day.
  • Read the syllabus: Most of the students don’t bother to read the syllabus, but, it is important to do so to be able to judge which topics to prioritise before others. Go through the syllabus and exam pattern for TS SSC 2020 carefully and make notes of the marks distribution.
  • Make a study plan you can stick to: After going through the syllabus and exam pattern, you need to put all the information in a study plan which gives your studies discipline. Making a study plan will make you avoid losing any precious time by allotting time for your day to day activities.
  • Practice from sample papers: It is important to practise every topic you complete through sample papers or previous year question papers. Time yourself and try to solve the paper in the shortest time possible so that in the exam you have time for revision too.
  • Take breaks: Students must remember to take breaks and eat healthy while preparing for TS SSC 2020. Only if you are healthy will you be able to perform at your very best. Keep stress at bay by engaging in your hobbies, taking naps or exercising while preparing for the exam.

TS SSC Exam pattern contains the marks distribution, exam duration, mode, etc. Hence, students should be aware of the complete exam pattern of TS SSC 2020. Refer to the below details

  1. Students have to study six subjects for TS SSC Exam 2020 will be  conducted in Sanskrit, Telugu, Hindi, English, Mathematics, General Science, Physical Sciences, Biology, Social Studies, Urdu etc., out of these, students are required to opt for six subjects. 

  2. Out of the six subjects, there will be three language papers and the other three will be General Science, Social Studies and Mathematics. 

  3. There will be a total of eleven papers in these six subjects and each subject will have two papers, except second language paper. 

  4. Each paper of TS SSC 2020 exams will be of 100 marks. Out of these 100 marks, summative assessment (board exam) is for 80 marks and the formative test is for 20 marks. 

  5. The minimum passing marks for each paper is 35 marks.

TS SSC 2020 Marks distribution

Subject

Total Marks

Theory Exam Marks

Internal Assessment

First Language (Hindi/Urdu/Telugu)

100

80

20

Second Language ( Hindi/Telugu)

100

80

20

Third Language (English)

100

80

20

Mathematics (Paper 1)

50

40

10

Mathematics (Paper 2)

50

40

10

Biological Science

50

40

10

Physical Science

50

40

10

Geography and Economics

50

40

10

History and Civics

50

40

10


TS SSC Board 2020 Mock Test

TS SSC question papers are crucial for the exam as practising from them gives an insight of syllabus, exam pattern, weightage, standard of questions and much more. Giving mock test also increases the confidence of candidate for exam and makes them more familiar with it.

Students can access Telangana board 10th sample papers on Careers360 sample paper store for free. Students can download these sample papers and practice from them thoroughly.

TS SSC Board 2020 Admit Card

The TS SSC hall ticket 2020 has been released on March 11, 2020 for regular, private, OSSC and vocational candidates. Students can download the admit card online from the Telangana Board. To download Telangana SSC hall ticket 2020, follow the steps given below:

Steps to Download TS SSC 2020 Hall Ticket

Step 1- Go to the link provided on this page.

Step 2- You will be able to find a link reading ‘SSC Hall Ticket 2020' on the left side.

Step 3- Click on the link.

Step 4- Students will be required to enter their district, name, school, and date of birth to download their Telangana SSC hall ticket 2020.

Step 5- Candidates are advised to download and take a print out of the hall ticket as they won’t be allowed to give the exam if they don’t have their hall ticket with them.

Documents Required at Exam

  • School ID
  • Telangana SSC 2020 admit card

Telangana 10th result will be issued in May 2020. Students should have their roll number to check the TS SSC 2020 result online. The Board will release the result on bse.telangana.gov.in. TS SSC supplementary result will be released in the first week of July 2020. Students can follow the step-by-step guide given below to access their TS SSC result 2020-

Steps to Check TS SSC 2020 Result

  1. Visit the official website:results.cgg.gov.in and click on result link.

  2. Students will be redirected to the login page.

  3. After entering your details in appropriate fields, click on submit.

  4. Telangana board 10th result will load on the screen.

  5. Download and take a printout of the Telangana SSC result 2020 for future references.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: What is TS SSC exam?

Answer:

TS SSC exam refers to Telangana State Secondary School Certificate Examination which is the 10th class exam.

Question: Who can apply for TS SSC exams?

Answer:

Students who have passed 9th class and studying in 10th class in a school affiliated by BSE, Telangana can apply for TS SSC 2020 exams. 

Question: What is TS SSC hall ticket 2020 release date?

Answer:

The TS 10th hall tickets were released on March 11, 2020

Question: When will the TS 10th exams be held?

Answer:

The TS SSC 2020 exams are scheduled to conduct from March 19 to April 6, 2020.

Questions related to TS SSC Board

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how many students are writing 10th board examinations in our telangana

Pankhuri Kumari 19th Mar, 2020

Hii Sudha!

The TS SSC class 10th board examinations are scheduled from 19 March, 2020 to 6 April, 2020. The hall tickets have been released too. Talking just about the State Board of Education, Telangana, more than one million students are appearing for the 10th class board examinations this year ie., In the year 2020.

Hope this helps.

Good luck!

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Suppose I am writing first language exam on 19 March 2020.there will be different sets of papers or not.

Suvakanta Sahu 12th Mar, 2020

Hello Golla,

it depends on the board. Board have complete procedure to conduct exam with a decorum. Mostly board exam have sets which will be distributed in such a way that no adjacent will have same set.

SETs have different flow of question but questions are same. It may be different too. Can't be said as it all depends on the board's decision.

Thanks

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if we pass in paper 1 and fail in paper2. Are we considered as pass?

Shiksha 22nd Feb, 2020

Hello!

You'll be declared as fail.

The official criteria for passing in each subject is for TS SSC board is:

Pass marks for all the subjects is 35. That means candidates shall secure 35 marks in each subject both Summative and Formative marks put together. However, the candidates should secure a minimum of 28 marks out of 80 in the Board Exam to declare them as passed.

The score in given in grade points (GP) ranging from 3 to 10 and grades.

If you fail in a subject, you fail overall

Although they will conduct the advanced supplementary exam for those candidates who failed after declaration of result.

Hope this helps.

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can you upload marking scheme or blue print of marls which will help us to train below avarage students.

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 26th Mar, 2020

Hello,

for SSC, main work is practice. it is not about how much you remember. It is all about how much you understand and utilizes it or learns it. If i say Sun shines bright. other person with whom i am communicating should under stand that temperature today is hotter compared to morning or yesterday or season wise. interpretation can be done through countless ways. so one can think of utilizing that temperature like making prickle or washing  floors,objects,.... etc.

this is learning. this is the only way to improve average students. They have to understand and utilize.

Hope it helps!

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what is the seating arrangement for ssc board Telangana 10th class

Hrisheekesh Singh 1st Feb, 2020

Hi Panchala,

We do not have any information regarding the seating arrangement of Class 10th Telangana State Secondary School Certificate Examination(TS SSC) Board till now.

You may refer to this article for more detailed information about TS SSC Board.

Hope it helps you.

Good Luck for your Board Exams....

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