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SYLLABUS BREAK UP (2014-2015)

SUBJECT POLITICAL SCIENCE


CLASS-IX
Books Prescribed NCERT: Democratic Politics-I
April - May 2014 Chapter 1: Democracy in the Contemporary World.
Chapter 2: What is Democracy? Why Democracy?
FA I (April-May 2014) ACTIVITY BASED ASSESSMENT
In the Political map of the world, mark the following countries: (10 Marks)

( I) 5 COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
(II) 5 COUNTRIES THAT HAVE ABSOLUTE MONARCHY
OR

5 COUNTRIES THAT HAVE CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY


(Write a short note on the above mentioned form of governments.)

FA 2(July-August 2014)
Holiday Homework (Summer Vacation) - 10 Marks
Pen and Paper Test: 20 Marks
Syllabus
Chapter 2: What is Democracy? Why Democracy?
Syllabus to be covered from July 2014 August 2014
Chapter 3: Constitutional Design
SA I (September 2014 90 Marks (Syllabus covered from April 2014 to August 2014)
Oct - Nov. 2014
Chapter 4: Electoral Politics
Chapter 5: Working of Institutions
FA- 3 (October November 2014) ACTIVITY BASED ASSESSMENT (10
Marks)
Ask the eligible voters in your family whether they voted in the last election to the Lok Sabha or to the
state assembly. If they did not, ask them why they not voted. If they did, ask them which party and
candidate they voted for and why. Also ask them whether they had participated in any other election-
related activity like attending an election meeting or rally etc.

FA-4 (December 2014 January 2015) Winter Break Homework (10 Marks)
Pen Paper Test: 20 Marks
Syllabus
Chapter 5: Working of Institutions
Syllabus to be covered from November 2014 January 2015
Chapter 6: Democratic Rights
SA 2 (March 2015 90 Marks (Syllabus covered from October 2014 to February 2015)
SYLLABUS BREAK UP (2014-2015)
SUBJECT - POLITICAL SCIENCE
CLASS-X
Books Prescribed NCERT: Democratic Politics-II
April - May 2014 Chapter 1: Power Sharing
Chapter 2: Federalism
FA I (April-May 2014) ACTIVITY BASED ASSESSMENT
Draw the map of Sri Lanka and Belgium and write their ethnic and cultural composition. (10 Marks)
FA 2(July-August 2014)
Holiday Homework (Summer Vacation) - 10 Marks
Pen and Paper Test: 20 Marks
Syllabus
Chapter 2: Federalism
Syllabus to be covered from July 2014 August 2014
Chapter 3: Democracy and Diversity
Chapter 4: Gender, Religion and caste
SA I (September 2014 90 Marks (Syllabus covered from April 2014 to August 2014)
Oct - Nov. 2014
Chapter 5: Popular Struggles and movements
Chapter 6: Political Parties
FA- 3 (October November 2014) ACTIVITY BASED ASSESSMENT (10
Marks)
Make a note of news related to pressure groups or movements representing any one of the following
sectors or sections: farmers, traders, labour, industry, environment and women. Which of these are
mentioned most on television news? Which sections or interests get mentioned the least? You may
follow a newspaper if you dont have TV at home.
FA-4 (December 2014 January 2015) Winter Break Homework (10 Marks)
Pen Paper Test: 20 Marks
Syllabus
Chapter 6: Political Parties
Syllabus to be covered from November 2014 January 2015
Chapter 7: Outcomes of Democracy
Chapter 8: Challenges to Democracy
SA 2 (March 2015 90 Marks (Syllabus covered from October 2014 to February 2015)
Class XI Syllabus of Political Science 2014-2015
Books Prescribed: (i) Indian Constitution at Work
(iI) Political Theory
Month
April 2014 Chapter 1: Constitution: Why and How? (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 2: Rights in the Indian Constitution (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 3: Elections and Representation (Indian Constitution)
May 2014 Chapter 1: Political Theory: An Introduction (Political Theory)
Chapter 2: Freedom (Political Theory)
July 2014 Chapter 4: Executive (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 5: Legislature (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 3: Equality (Political Theory)
Chapter 4: Social Justice (Political Theory)
August 2014 Chapter 5: Rights (Political Theory)
Revision
September 2014 First Terminal Examination (Syllabus Covered)
Oct 2014 Chapter 6: Judiciary (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 7: Federalism (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 6: Citizenship (Political Theory)
Nov 2014 Chapter 7: Nationalism (Political Theory)
Chapter 8: Secularism (Political Theory)
Chapter 8: Legal Governments (Indian Constitution)
Dec 2014 Chapter 9: Constitution as a Living Document (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 10: The Philosophy of the Constitution (Indian Constitution)
Chapter 9: Peace (Political Theory)
Jan 2015 Chapter 10: Development (Political Theory)
Chapter 1: The Cold War Era (Contemporary World Politics Class
XII)
Feb 2015 Revision
March 2015 Final Examination (Syllabus Covered)