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Detailed AHSEC HS Syllabus 2021: Syllabus Reduced By 30%

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AHSEC HS Syllabus 2021

In view of Pandemic Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19), Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has decided to reduce 30 per cent syllabus of upcoming final exams of HS 1st and 2nd year to be held in 2021.

AHSEC has uploaded the 30% (reduced portion only) syllabi for all subjects of H.S. First and Second year of Arts, Science & Commerce streams in the official website of the Council www.ahsec.nic.in.

AHSEC HS Syllabus 2020-21 Details:-

  • Name of Classes: Higher Secondary 1st Year and 2nd Year
  • Name of board: Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC)
  • Session: 2020-21

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Due to Corona Virus (COVID-19) students of our state had already lost the valued academic time. Based on the feedback and valued suggestions from different renowned institutions, persons, the Academic Committee of AHSEC in its meeting held on 19/08/2020 had decided to reduce the 30% volume of the course contents of H.S. First & Second year to be made judiciously to remain acquiring comprehensive knowledge of the subject.

The main objective is to reduce the exam stress of the students of the session 2020-21, due to this pandemic situation and to prevent learning gaps.

This syllabi is only the reduced portion for the preparation of upcoming final exams of HS 1st and 2nd year to be held in 2021.

How to Download AHSEC Syllabus 2020-21:-

Students of AHSEC HS 1st and 2nd Year of Arts, Commerce & Science can now download their exam syllabus for upcoming HS 1st Year and Final Exam 2021 following below mentioned steps

  • Step 1: Scroll down, go to Important web Link section.
  • Step 2: Click on Download AHSEC Syllabus 2021 link.
  • Step 3: A .pdf file will be downloaded and open the same.
  • Step 4: That is your new AHSEC 2021 syllabus; check and analyze it carefully .

Important Links of AHSEC Syllabus 2020:-

Important Subjects to be deleted

ENGLISH (CORE)

(TOPICS TO BE DELETED)
Section – B
1. Designing or drafting posters.
2. Writing formal and informal invitations and replies.
3. Letters to the Editor.
Section – C : Grammer
1. Transformation of sentences.
Section – D
(i) FLAMINGO
Prose :
1. Memoirs of Chota Sahib
2. Going places
Poetry :
3. A Roadside Stand
(ii) VISTAS
4. The Tiger King
5. Memories of Childhood

 

BIOLOGY (BOTANY)
(TOPICS TO BE DELETED)
Unit- 6 : REPRODUCTION
Chapter – 1 : Reproduction in organisms : (Deleted)
Reproduction, a characteristic feature of all organisms for
continuation of species; modes of reproduction- asexual and sexual
reproduction; asexual reproduction-binary fission, sporulation,
budding gemmule formation, fragmentation; vegetative propagation
in plants.
Chapter – 2 : Sexual reproduction in flowering plants (Not Deleted)
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Unit- 7 : GENETICS AND EVOLUTION
Chapter -7 : Evolution (Deleted)
Brief account of evolution.
Origin and Evolution of man
Unit- 8 : BIOLOGY IN HUMAN WELFARE
Chapter – 9 : Strategies for enhancement in food production (Deleted)
Plant breeding, tissue culture, single cell protein.
Chapter – 10 : Microbes in Human Welfare (Not Deleted)
Microbes in Human Welfare
Unit- 9 : BIOTECHNOLOGY
Chapter – 11 : Biotechnology : Principles and processes (Not Deleted)
Whole chapter
Chapter – 12 : Biotechnology and its application (Not Deleted)
Whole chapter
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Unit- 10 : ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
Chapter – 13: Organisms and Population (Not Deleted)
i) Organism and its Environment.
ii) Populations.
Chapter – 16 : Bioresources of Assam (Not Deleted)
Medicinal and timber yielding Plants.

BIOLOGY (ZOOLOGY)
SYLLABUS FOR HIGHER SECONDARY SECOND YEAR COURSE
(TOPICS TO BE DELETED)
Unit – 6 : Reproduction
Chapter – 3 : Human Reproduction
Pregnancy and embryonic development
Parturition and lactation
Chapter – 4 : Reproductive Health
Population stabilization and birth control
Infertility
Unit – 7 : Genetics & Evolution
Chapter – 5 : Principles of Inheritance & Variation (Not Deleted)
Chapter – 6 : Molecular Basis of Inheritance
RNA world
Regulation of gene expression
Human Genome Project
DNA Finger printing
Unit – 8 : Biology and Human Welfare
Chapter – 8 : Human Health and Diseases
(Not Deleted)
Chapter – 9 : Strategies for enhancement in food production
Animal Husbandry
Unit – 9 : Biotechnology & its Application
Chapter – 12 : Biotechnology and its application
Ethical issues
Unit – 10 : Ecology
Chapter – 14 : Ecosystem (Deleted complete chapter 14)
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Chapter – 15 : Biodiversity and conservation(Not Deleted)
Chapter – 16 : Bioresources of Assam (Not deleted the portion included in Zoology)
Chapter – 17 : Environmental Tissue
Solid waste management
Agrochemicals and their effects
Radioactive wastes
Greenhouse effect and global warming
Ozone deletion
Deforestation
Degradation by improper resource utilization and maintenance

 

CHEMISTRY
SYLLABUS FOR HIGHER SECONDARY SECOND YEAR COURSE
(TOPICS TO BE DELETED)
Unit-1 : Solid State
Electrical and magnetic properties. Band theory of metals, conductors,
semiconductors and insulators and n and p type semi conductors.
Unit-2 : Solutions
Abnormal molecular mass, Van’t Hoff factor.
Unit-3 : Electrochemistry
Lead accumulator, fuel cells, dry cells, electrolytic cells, Corrosion, Law of
electrolysis (elementary idea), dry cell.
Unit-4 : Chemical Kinetics
Concept of collision theory (elementary idea, no mathematical treatment), activation
energy, Arrhenius equation.
Unit-5 : Surface Chemistry
Emulsion – types of emulsions, catalysis :homogenous and heterogeneous, activity
and selectivity of solid catalysts; enzyme catalysis.
Unit-6 : General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
6.4 : Thermodynamics of Metallurgy
6.4.1 : Applications
6.6 : Oxidation Reduction
6.7 : Refining
Unit-7 : p-Block Elements
7.6 : Phosphorus – allotropic forms
7.7 : Preparation and properties of Phosphine
7.8 : Compounds of Phosphorus : Preparation and properties of Halides.
7.9 : Oxo acids of phosphorus.
7.17 : SulphuricAcid : industrial process of manufacture, Oxides of Nitrogen
(Structureonly)
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Unit-8 : d and f-Block Elements
Chemical reactivity of lanthanoids, Actinoids – Electronic configuration, oxidation
states and comparison with lanthanoids. Preparation and properties of KMnO4
and K2Cr2O7
Unit-9 : Coordination Compounds
9.4 : Structure and stereoisomerism.
9.7 : Stability of coordination compounds and Organometallic compounds.
9.8 : Importance and application of coordination compounds.
Unit-10 : Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
10.7 : Polyhalogen compounds.
Unit-11 : Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
11.5 : Some commercially important alcohols.
Unit-12 : Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acid
No topic omitted
Unit-13 : Amines
13.7 : Diazonium salts : Preparation, chemical reaction, Importance in synthetic
organic chemistry.
Unit-14 : Biomolecules
Oligosaccharides (sucrose, lactose, maltose), polysaccharides (starch, cellulose,
glycogen), importance of carbohydrates.
Vitamins – classification and functions.
Enzmes Hormones – Elementary idea excluding structure
Unit-15 : Polymers
Biodegradable and non-biodegradable polymers.
Unit-16 : Chemistry in Everyday life
Chemicals in food – preservatives, artificial sweetening agents, elementary idea of
antioxidants. Cleansing agents – soaps and detergents, cleansing action.

 

ECONOMICS

SYLLABUS FOR HIGHER SECONDARY SECOND YEAR COURSE
(TOPICS TO BE DELETED)
PART A – INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMICS
Unit I : INTRODUCTION
No topics deleted
Unit II : CONSUMER’S BEHAVIOUR AND DEMAND
Consumer’s equilibrium in terms of utility approach (in case of two commodities)
and indifference curve approach.
Expenditure method of measuring price elasticity of demand.
Unit III : PRODUCER’S BEHAVIOUR AND SUPPLY
Returns to scale, Geometric method of measuring price elasticity of supply,
Producer’s equilibrium with the help of marginal cost and marginal revenue.
Unit IV : FORMS OF MARKET
Price and output determination under monopoly and monopolistic competition.
Unit V : SIMPLE APPLICATIONS OF TOOLS OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY
CURVES
Diagrammatic Presentation of Price Ceiling and Price floor.
PART B – INTRODUCTORY MACROECONOICS
Unit VI : NATIONAL INCOME AND RELATED AGGREGATES
Private Income, Personal income, Personal Disposable income, National
Disposable income.
Explanation of Methods of Measuring national Income–
Value Added Method (Product method), Expenditure Method and Income
Method.
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Unit VII : DETERMINATION OF INCOME AND EMPLOYMENT
Problems of excess and deficient demand – measures to correct them – challanges
in Government spending.
Unit VIII : MONEY AND BANKING
Control of credit through bank Rate, Cash Reserve Ratio, Statutory Liquidity
Ratio, Repo Rate, Reserve Repo Rate, Open Market Operations, Margin
Requirement.
Unit IX : GOVERNMENT BUDGET AND THE ECONOMY
Measures of Government deficit – revenue deficit, fiscal deficit, Primary deficit and
their meaning.
Unit X : BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
Meaning of Balance of Payment deficit, Foreign Exchange Rate – meaning of
fixed and flexible exchange rates and managed floating, Determination of
exchange rate in a free market

 

EDUCATION

SYLLABUS FOR HIGHER SECONDARY SECOND YEAR COURSE
(TOPICS TO BE DELETED)
Unit-1 : Development of Secondary Education in India and Assam :
(c) National Policy of Education 1986 –Salient features.
(d) Secondary Education in Assam in post-Indepedence period
• Development after Indepedence
Unit-2 : Non-formal Education
(a) Non-formal Education
– Meaning, definition, Objective, scope and characteristics of Non-formal Education
– Importance of Non-formal Education
Correspondance Education–– Meaning, definition, Objectives and Importance
Unit-3 : Current Trends in Education
(c) Physical Education
• Meaning and definition
• Need and Importance
• Physical Education in Educational Institutions
(e) Women Empowerment.
• Meaning and definition
• Status of women in Indian Educational system.
• Education for Women Empowerment
Unit-4 : Learning
• Learning and Maturation
• Major Laws of Learning and their Educational significance
Unit-5 : Memory and Forgetting, Attention and Interest
a) • Types and marks of good memory
• Improvement of memory
b) Attention and Interest – Sources of Interest
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Unit-6 : Mental Health and Hygiene
The unit should remains as it is.
Unit-7 : Educational Statistics
(b) Statistical Methods
• Tabulation of data frequency distribution table
• Graphic representation of data– Meaning, advantages and rules – Histogram
and Polygon
• Diagram– Bar Diagram
(d) Various Measures of variability

 

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