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PABSON Kathmandu, Syllabus- 2067

Subject: Nepali
Class: 10
First Term Mid Term Pre-Send Up Test
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PABSON Kathmandu, Syllabus-2067


Subject: Office Practice & Accountancy
Class: 10
SN First Term Days SN Mid Term Days SN Pre-Send Up Days
1 Office Procedure 10 1 Financial Institution 25 1 Journal Voucher with petty 15
Cash Fund
2 Filing and 15 2 Final Account 15 2 Bank Cash Book 7
Indexing
3 Trade 15 3 Government Accounting 10 3 Budget Sheet 7
(Theory)
4 Trial Balance 7 4 Revision 5 4 Monthly Statement 7
5 Revision 5 5 Revision 12
Total 52 Total 55 Total 48
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Subject: C. English
Class: 10
U First Term U Mid Term U Pre-Send Up
1 Weather, Parsa Wildlife Reserves, 8 Generation gap, Nature conservation, you can…. But 16 Health, Tuberculosis in SAARC
Village of town of tourist interest, you mustn't countries, Remedies for Flu, The
Exchanging information, table shows that….., According to
So do I, Neither do I the diagram/chat…
2 Courage of a blind girl, Learning the 9 NBL Parsa…. Etc, Village life, Save the trees, He told 17 A payment greater than money,
English language me (that) he was leaving. Directing a tourist, My village
3 Hailstorm, Describing an accident, Lost 10 Interview, Town/village life, Personal memory, Gita 18 First day at school, Wildlife
child asked me where Hari was; The girl asked if Hari was conservation, The NA and
Revision 1 at home. conservation
Computers
4 Personal problem,(though, although, 11 Cultural differe3nces, Women's empowerment, I'm 19 An accident, Biographies, Snow fell
even though, however, in spite of, not allowed to stay at home on Sundays on the hill, Pangre does not sleep at
despite), career, Why did you walk into Revision 3 night, etc.
the room? I walked into the room Higher studies, computer
because…..
5 Culture, Where the Mind is without fear, 12 Rumour, pets, animal rights, Begging, I prefer tea to After you finish
Festivals, Safe motherhood, If you coffee, My dog likes being washed.
smoke, you will get cancer.
6 Career, Knowledge, Learning, 13 Florence Nightingale, I have lived in the mountains Grammar, Guided writing, Free
Preferences, If sita could sing, She since my birth. writing
would….. Had you worked heard, you
would have…….
7 Brest feeding, Although formula, 14 Childhood, Where the Rainbow Ends! Live and let Remedial Teaching
Manufactures advertise……, Unexpected live, party, She told Hari not to sit there
results
Revision 2
(Most important people, food, You
shouldn't have…., I don’t like being
laughed at, If you help others, they will
help you.)
15 Hostel, bus, zoo, My trip to Ilam, The dangers of
smoking
Revision 4
Examination, Troublesome child, He asked Manoj to
bring the book; She asked me who I was and why I
was there; you are not allowed to go in there.
Grammar, Guided writing, Free writing

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Subject: Science
Class: 10
Units First Term T.P Mid Term T.P Pre-Send Up Test T.P
1) Force 8 1) Heat 4
(Gravity and Gravitation, (Heat and Temperature, effect of
Newton's Law of Gravitation, heat & temperature, specific heat capacity,
Acceleration due to gravity, mass heat equation,) 7
and weight, free fall and 2) Light
weightlessness) 8 (Lenses and their uses, defects of sight, 11
Physics

2) Pressure camera, microscope & telescope)


(Liquid pressure, Pascal's law, 3) Electricity and Magnetism
Archimedes principle, Law of flotation, 5 (Effects of electric current, Electromagnetic
Liquid & Upthrust) Induction, Electric Motor, Generator,
3) Energy (General concept, Dynamo, Transformer and their uses, Fuse
sources of energy, their utilities, & house wiring, Electricity billing)
ultimate source of energy, energy crisis
& saving, energy conservation)
1) Classification of elements 6 1) Some gases 5 1) Acid, Base and Salts 3
(Periodic Law, Periodic Table, Position ( Co2 & NH3-Lab preparation, properties (Properties and uses of acid
of element, valency & reactivity ) and uses) base and salt, PH scale,
2) Chemical reactions 6 2) Metals 6 indicator)
(Types and rate of chemical reactions, (General Properties of metals & non-metals, 2) Materials used in our daily 7
Chemistry

factors affecting chemical reactions, An Introduction, properties & utilities of: life
information from chemical equation, Iron, Aluminum, Copper, Silver, Gold) (Cement, Glass Fiber,
catalyst ) Ceramics, Plastics, Soap,
3) Hydrocarbon and its 3 Detergent, Insecticides,
Compounds fertilizer & chemical pollution)
(Hydrocarbon, methane, ethane,
propane, butane, alcohol, glycerol,
ether)

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1) Stimulation and reaction 6 1) Cell division 7 1) Classification of animals 3
( Brain, nerves—their function, reflex (Somatic cell division and meiosis cell and plants
action, Hormones in human body, division, importance, differences) (flowering plants-up to
stimulation/reaction in animals and 2) Sexual and Asexual Reproduction 5 subdivision, Vertebrates up to
plants) ( fission, budding, sporulation, vegetative class)
2) Virus 3 propagation, regeneration, advantages of 2) Genetics 5
Biology

(Nature, feature and mode of asexual reproduction, sexual reproduction in (Mendel's law and experiment,
transmission, Effects and ways to plants and animals) means of heredity, DNA, RNA,
control of common cold, mumps, 3) Plants reproduction through spores 6 Variation)
measles, polio, rabies and Aids ) (Introduction & reproduction of fern, 3) Ecosystem 6
3) Circulatory system 5 prothallus, alternation of generation, (pyramids, marine and
(Structure of Blood and its function, introduction & life cycle of mushroom, terrestrial ecosystem,
Heart, blood vessels, blood circulation) advantages & disadvantages of mushroom) biogeochemical cycle)

1) History of earth 4 1) Atmosphere 4 1) The Universe 5


(History of earth, evolution of living (Different elements of atmosphere, ozone (Structure of solar system and
Astronomy

beings, bio-fuels) layer, effect of chlorofluorocarbon, effects its shape, meteors, natural and
Geology +

& uses of greenhouse & artificial artificial satellites, galaxy,


Revision 3 greenhouse, Effects of industrial gases) constellation, comets, asteroids,
Revision 2 black hole)
Revision 3

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Subject: Social Studies
Class: 10
First Term Mid Term Pre-Send up
S.N Topics E.P E.P E.P
1 1.1) Region/ concept of Regional 7 1.2) Comparative study of Development 10 1.3) Programme of Project Running 3
Development Region ( Physical, social and economic study) in Nepal
Our community

 Development Regions  EDR, CDR, WDR, MWDR, FWDR


 Federalism and Regionalism
and Nation

2 2.1) Skilled Human Resource, 7 2.2) Problems and solution in the 4


Infrastructures of

Peace and Stability as the Development Activities in Nepal.


Development

Infrastructures of Development.  Women in Human


 Need of skilled manpower Development
 Human Resource for Today
and Future
.
3 3.1) Our Cultural Heritages. 4 3.2) Our Customs 5 3.4) Our National Days 6
Social Values and Norms
Our Traditions Customs,

 List of our Heritages enlisted  Folk and classical music  Martyr's Day
in the World Heritage list.  Folk Dance popular in Nepal  Democracy Day
 Folk Musical Instruments  Children's Day
3.3) Our Int'l Personalities  Constitution Day
 Hellen Keller  Education Day
 Stephen Hawkin  International Labour Day
 International Women's Day
 Loktantra Day

4 4.1) Social Problems and Evil 6 4.2) Corruption a main social problem 7 4.3) Role of Different National and 4
 Girl Trafficking  Drug Abuse International Organizations in solving
Evil and solution
Social Problems,

 Prostitution  Community Based Rehabilitation Centre social problems in Nepal


 Untouchability  SOS
 Dawary System  Physical Disability
 Ghumto System  Blindness
 Deuki System  Refugee Problems
 Jhuma System  UNHCR

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5 5.1) Three main organs of 6 5.2) Introduction to constitutional Bodies. 8 5.5) Human Rights, Nepal's Commitment 6
Government. 5.3) Role of Political parties in Loktantra to Human Rights.
Civil Sense  Legislature 5.4) Election process and Role of citizen 5.6) Issues of National Concern
 Judiciary ( formation and  Executive  National Integrity
functions)  Border Security
 Self Respect/ Self Esteem
 Sovereignty
6 6.1) Types of World climate, 10 6.2) Continental Studies 8 6.3) Earthquake: Cause, Effects and 4
Geographical variation and  S. America measures.
their effect on Earth.  Africa  Economic Activities and life of
 Climate and Natural  Map work (World map) people in N. America, S. America
vegetation  Map work (Nepal) and Africa and in Nepal (comparison)
 World climate and  Map work (World map)
vegetation  Map work (Nepal)
zones and economical
Our Earth

activities.
6.2) N. America
6.4) Map work (world map)
6.5) Map work (Nepal)
7 7.1) Political Development 6 7.3) World History 7 7.3) World History 8
from 2007 to 2046 and their  Causes, Course and Results of  Causes, Course and results of the
effects on Economical and The First World War second World War
Our Past

Social Aspects 7.2) Political Development from  Effects of War on Nepal and Role
2046 to mass movement II 2062/63 of Nepalese.
 Report writing  Report writing
8 8.1) Importance of Tourism 6 8.2) Problems of Tourism Development 8 8.4) Role of present 10th Five- year Plan 4
Economic

Industry in Nepalese Economy and their solutions. for Tourism Development


Studies

and Its Potentialities 8.3) Importance of foreign employment


in Nepalese economy, possibilities and
challenges.
9 9.1) UNO and Its organs 5 9.2) Specialized Agencies of UNO and 5 9.3) Global Events and Impacts upon 3
their relation to Nepal. Human Civilization.
Understanding Peace
and co-operation
International

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Questions for term exam are to be set according to the previous S.L.C. grid until the new grid from CDC is issued.
No. of periods as mentioned above are estimated. So, subject teacher can run the course as his/her convenience and need.
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Subject: Environment, Population and Health
Class: 10
First Term Mid Term Pre-Send Up Test
Units Topics EP Topics EP Topics EP
I 1.1. Population status 1.3. Demographic Components, 1.4. Factors Affecting
Demography of Nepal Processes & Measures Birth, Death & Migration
7 7 & Areas Affected by 6
1.2. Sources of migration
Population statistics

II 2.1. Components of 3 2.2. Bases of Quality of life 3


Quality Life Quality of life
III 3.1. Ecosystem of 3.2. Effects of Geographical 3.3. Environment
Environmental Nepal by Geographical Conditions on Ecosystem & conservation &
status of Nepal Regions 5 Environment of the different regions 5 Management. 5
IV 4.1. Concept of Bio-diversity 3 4.2. Bio-diversity of Geographical 8 4.4. Major threats to Bio- 6
Bio-diversity regions diversity & Strategies to
4.3. Rare Birds, Animals & Vegetations conserve Bio-diversity
V 5.1. Concept of Development 4 5.2. Population Environment 5 5.3. Sustainable Development 4
Population, Development Activities
Environment
&
Development
VI 6.1. Disease 7 6.2. Nutrition 7 6.3. Smoking & Drug Abuse 7
Disease
Nutrition,
Smoking &
Drugs
VII 7.1. Concept of Community 4 7.2. Organizations Providing Health 4 7.3. Major Programmers of 3
Community Health Services & their functions Health sectors in Nepal
Health

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Subject: C. Mathematics
Class: 10
First Term Mid Term Pre-Send Up Test
SN Topics Content Content Content
1 Set Word Problems related to two or
three sets and their Venn-diagram
2 Arithmetic Compound interest (Maximum 2 Unitary Method (Time and work) Problem related to profit and loss
years (Including marked price, discount and
for compounded half yearly and VAT)
three
years for compounded yearly)
Population growth & Depreciation
(Compounded annually)
3 Mensuration  Area of triangle (Right, Lateral surface area, Total surface area and Total Surface area and volume of pyramid
equilateral, volume of cylinder, sphere, hemisphere, (square or equilateral triangle is as a
isosceles and scalene) cone and the solid made by these (Max. two) base)
 Word Problems related to
triangle
 Lateral surface area, total
surface
area and volume of triangular
prism
4 Algebra  H.C.F. and L.C.M. (Maximum 3  Problems of indices in the form of Word Problems related to the
exp.) quadratic equation simultaneous
 Surd (four basic operations)  Simplification of algebraic fractions equation on two variables and quadratic
 Equation involving surd (Maximum four fractions) equation
5 Geometry  Triangles standing on same base  Circle Construction of triangles & quadrilaterals
and between the same parallel  Central angle made by equal arcs of a
lines circle are equal and converse (only
 Quadrilaterals standing on same concept)
base and between the same  Arcs made by equal chords of a circle are
parallel lines equal and its converse (only concept)
 Triangles and quadrilateral  Central angle is twice the inscribed angle
standing on same base and on the same arc of a circle
between the same parallel lines  The angle in semicircle is at right angle
 Opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral
are supplementary
 The line from centre to the point of
contact
of the tangent is perpendicular to the
tangent
(only concept)
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 Tangents from the same external point to
their
point of contact arc equal.
 The angle made by the chord with
tangent is equal to the inscribed angle
standing on the arc made by the chord in
alternate segment (only concept)
6 Statistics Mean, Median and quartiles of Median and quartiles of grouped data by
grouped data using give curve
7 Trigonometry Height and distance Area of Triangle
8 Probability  Addition law and multiplicative law of
probability for mutually exclusive
events
 Probability tree diagram (two steps if 3
events are given and 3 steps if 2 events
are given)
 Problems related to the probability of
simple dependent events

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Subject: Opt. Mathematic
Class: 10
First Term Mid Term Pre-send up test
S.N Topics Content T.P Content T.P Content T.P
1 Function: 5 Sequence and Series: 6
Algebra - Types of function (identify, - Geometric progression (
constant, linear, quadratic, cubic) Introduction, general term, mean,
- Inverse function sum of first n-terms)
- Composite functions - Relation between A.M. and G.M.
Polynomials: 6 - Sum of first n natural, even and odd
- Remainder theorem numbers.
- Factor theorem
- Synthetic division
- Factorization and solving cubic
polynomials.
Sequences and Series: 6
- Arithmetic progression (
Introduction, general term, means,
sum of 1st n terms)
2 Co-ordinate - Angle between two straight lines 10 Circle: 6
Geometry - Conditions of perpendicularity - Equation of circle with centre at
and parallelism of two straight origin and radius 'r'.
lines - Equation of circle with centre at (h,
- General equation of 2nd degree k) and radius 'r'.
- Condition that the general - Equation of circle in diameter form.
equation of 2nd degree may - Equation of circle passing through
represent a linear pair three points.
- Homogeneous equation of 2nd - Condition that the circle touches x-
degree always represents a pair of axis, y-axis or both.
straight lines passing through - Equation of circle indifferent cases.
origin.
- Angle between the two straight
lines represent by ax2+2hxy+by2=0
- Condition of perpendicular and
co-incident for a pair of straight
lines represent by ax2+2hxy+by2=0

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3 Vector
- Scalar product of two vectors
- Angle between two Vectors
- Conditions that the two vectors are
perpendicular
Vector Geometry:
- Section formula ( internal and
external)
- Mid point formula
- Centroid formula
- Mid point theorem on triangle
-Relation between vertex of and
isosceles triangle and midpoint of its
base.
- Two medians of isosceles triangle are
equal and its converse.
- A quadrilateral which joins the mid
points of adjacent sides of a
quadrilateral forms a 11gm.
- A quadrilateral with equal diagonal
is a rectangle.
- Diagonals of pram. bisect
perpendicularly.
- Line joining the mid points of non-
parallel sides of a trapezium half and
parallel to parallel sides.
- Angle in a semi-circle is a right
angle.
- Mid point of hypotenuse of a right
angled triangle is equidistance from
each vertex.
4 Transformation Combined
transformation
Transformation using
matrix
5 Statistics Dispersion: 6
- Mean deviation and its coefficient
(from mean and median only)
- Standard deviation and its
coefficient
- Coefficient of variance

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6 Trigonometry - Trigonometric ratios of a 18 - Conditional trigonometrically 12
compound angle identities.
- Trigonometric ratios of multiple - Trigonometrical equations
angle - Height and distance
- Trigonometric ratios of sub-
multiple angle
- Transformation of trigonometric
formulae.
7 Matrix - Multiplication of two matrices 8
- Properties of matrix
multiplication
- Transpose of a matrix
-Determinant of 2x2 matrix
- Singular and non-singular
matrix
-Inverse of 2x2 matrix
-Solution of a system of linear
equations by matrix method.
8 Linear - Introduction to linear programming. 6
Programming - Concept of objective function,
constraints and feasible region.
- Calculation of inequality with the
help of given graph.
- Maximum and minimum value of a
graph.
- Graph of quadratic equation
- Solution of linear equation and
quadratic equation by substitution
method and graphical method.

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Question should be prepared according to S.L.C. grid.

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Subject: Computer
Class: 10
First Term Mid Term Pre-send up test
I. Fundamentals of Computer Science I. e. Multimedia Application f. Cyber Law and Computer Ethics
I. a. Networking and Telecommunication Meaning, use of multimedia, multimedia Cyber, Cyber space, Cyber crime,
Computer Network technology and multimedia system, Cyber law of Nepal, digital signature,
b. Requirement of network advantages of multimedia system, computer ethics, IPR,
Hardware / software / devices /protocols/ application of multimedia, requirement to IV. Introduction of C
Transmission media run multimedia system in a computer, Data types in C, rules for variable
c. Network Topologies( Bus / Ring/ Star) Multimedia presentation, virtual reality declaration, operators, looping
d. Network Architecture( Centralized / Client server/ Peer III. Database Management system(Ms construct, decision construct,
to peer) Access) comparison of c with qb
e. Network models(LAN, MAN, WAN) a. DBMS and Database Advantages of At least 3/3 example of each
f. Modem, NIC, HUB, Connector, Switch, Bridge, Gateway, DBMS, types of DBMS Automatic and V. Project Work guidance
Repeater, Router manual database, Data and data (Algorithm, flowchart, coding(input
 Mode of communication Simplex /half Duplex /Full types, record, table, primary key, module, processing and control
Duplex Computer Networking System relation, attributes, attributes module and output module)
g. Advantages and disadvantages proprieties, fields, sorting, indexing, Menu base, modular concept, data
h. Number System filtering, different types of queries, organization in file and manipulate as
Conversion: Binary to decimal, octal, hexadecimal and attribute constraints per need,
other bases to binary. Operation : binary addition, b. Table / form / query / report Cover page, preface, table of contents,
product, difference and quotient II. Programming Language Qbasic theoretical aspects of the project,
I. b. Internet and services a. Sequential File handling objectives, design the system and
a. Introduction Creation of sequential file in output module, write the code, testing and
b. Web browser and internet and append mode, read data from file, debugging, get the output and write
c. Components Required for internet Connection add data to a file, delete unnecessary the conclusion.
d. ISDN(digital Subscriber Line) records from file, Make correction on
e. internet services data, add necessary data fields,
f. Common Terms Merge records of two or more same
Web, www, upload, download, Browser, URL, Domain Name, type of file, read only some of the
Host name, DNS, Telnet, FTP, HTTP, email, chat, web site, web records etc.
page At least 5/5 example of each pattern
I. c. Computer virus
What is…? How to protect the system from viruses? What are At least 5/5 tables, forms, reports, simple
types of viruses? What is antiviral software? How does virus and conditional queries of different types
transfer?
I. d. computer Security
Hardware/software security measures
II. Programming Language Qbasic
I. a. Modular Programming
application/module/procedure/function
distinct and importance of procedure/function
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global and local variables
 parameter and arguments
argument pass by value and pass by reference
distinct between built-in and user defined function
 Function / procedure declaration, define body of
function/procedure and use of…
Types of functions and procedure
Use of def…fn function, declare function… and sub
…end sub
At least 27 problem solution

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