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The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio
List Of Chapters Covered
1. Set
a Introduction
b Set operations and use of Venn-Diagrams
c Cardinality relations of Sets
2. Time and Work
a Introduction
3. Profit and Loss
a Introduction
b Profit and Loss Percent
c Discount
d Value Added Tax (VAT)
4. Compound Interest, Population Growth and Depreciation
a Compound interest - Introduction
b Interest compounded half - yearly
c Population Growth
d Deprecuation
e Calculation of Taxi fare in a taximeter
5. Mensuration
a Area of Triangle
b Surface area and volume of triangular prisms
c Area and volume of a cylinder
d Volume of material contained by a hollow cylinder
e Area and volume of a sphere
f Hemisphere and great circle
g Volume of material contained by a hollow sphere
h Area and Volume of cylinder having hemispherical ends
i Pyramids
j Surface area and volume of pyramids
k Cone
l Surface area and volume of cone
6. H.C.F. and L.C.M.
a Factorisation
a Highest Common Factor (H.C.F.) of algebraic expressions
c Lowest Common Multiple (L.C.M.) of algebraic expressions
d Simplification of rational expressions
7. Indices
a Indices - Introduction
b Laws of Indices
c Exponential equation
8. Simplification of Rational Expressions
a Rational Expressions - review
b Simplification of rational expressions
a Surds
b Laws of Surds
c Like and Unlike Surds
d Simplification of Surds
e Rationalisation
f Conjugate
g Simple Surd equations
10. Simultaneous Equations
a Simultaneous Equations - Introduction
b Applications of Simultaneous Equations
11. Quadratic Equation
a Quadratic Equation - Introduction
b Application of Quadratic Equations
12. Geometry - Area of Triangles and Quadrilaterals
a Area of Triangles and Quadrilaterals - Introduction
b Relation between the area of triangles and quadrilaterals
13. Geometry : Construction
a Construction of a triangle whose area is equal to the area of a given quadrilateral
b Construction of a parallelogram whose area is equal to the area of a given triangle
c Construction of a triangle whose area is equal to the area of a given parallelogram
d Construction of a triangle whose area is equal to the area of a given triangle
14. Geometry : Circle
a Definition of terms related to circle
b Theorems related to arcs and the angles subtended by them
c Tangent and Secant
d Angles in alternate segments
15. Trigonometry
a Trigonometric ratios - Introduction
b Values of trigonometric ratios of some standard angles
c Height and Distance
d Angle of elevation and depression
e Area of Triangle
f Area of a triangle when its two sides and angles contained by them are given
16. Statistics
a Introduction
b Measures of central tendency
c Mean of grouped and continuous data
d Median - Review
e Median of grouped and continuous series
f Quartiles
g Quartiles of grouped and continuous series
h Ogive ( Cumulative frequency curve )
i Construction of less than ogive and more than ogive
j Use of less than and more than ogives to find median and quartiles
17. Probability
a Definitions of basic terms on Probability
b Law of addition of mutually exclusive events
c Law of addition of none- mutually exclusive events
d Multiplication law of probability for independent events
e Probability Tree diagrams
f Multiplication law of probability for dependent events
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio
List Of Chapters Covered
1. Gravitation
a Newton's Laws of Gravitation
b Differences between gravity and gravitation, mass and weight
c Calculation of gravitational force.
d Acceleration due to gravity, freefal and weightlessness.
2. Pressure
a Demonstrate of Liquid Pressure
b Verification of Pascal's Law and its application
c Application of Archimedes' Principal in daily life
d Demonstrate of Principal of floatation
e Solving problems related to Archimedes' Principal and pressure.
3. Energy
a Definition of energy and indetification of its sources.
b Uses of Energy in our daily life
c Explanation of energy crisis and their causes.
d Ways of pushing further the Energy crisis.
e Identification of alternative sources of energy and their importance.
4. Heat
a Heat as source of enrgy and difference between heat and temperature.
b Effects of heat
c Definition of specific heat capacity and its effects
d Heat equation and to compute numericals applying heat equation.
5. Light
a The process of refraction of light through lenses.
b Uses of lens in daily life.
c Construction of optical instrument and their uses.
d Defects of vision their correction.
6. Electro - Magnetism
a Construction of electrical circuit e.g. Paraller and series combination of cells and resistors
b Effects of electricity
c Domestic circuit and use of electricity
d Cost calsulation of electrical energy
e Electromagnetic induction and its uses.
f Construction and uses of electric motor
g Construction of transformer and its uses.
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio
List Of Chapters Covered
1. Classification of Elements
a The significant contribution made by earlier chemists for the classification of the elements
b Medeleev's and modern periodic law
c Essential features of modern and Mandleev's periodic table
d Relation of the electronic configuration and periodic table
e Periodic trend of elements in the periodic table
2. Chemical Reaction
a Chemical reactions and their types
c Exothermic and Endothermic reaction
d The general concepts related to mole
e The rate of chemical raction
f Information obtained from a balanced chemical equation
g Limitations of a chemical equation
3. Acid Base and Salt
a Definition of Acid, Base and Salt
b General properties of Acid, Base and Salt
c Types of Acid, Base and Salt
d Different methods of preparing a salt
e Indicator and its type.
f The determination of pH value of solution.
4. Some Gases
a Occurance and composition of carbon dioxide and ammonia gas.
b Laboratory methods of preparation and manufacture of carbon di-oxide and ammonia
c The physical and chemical properties of CO2 and NH3
d The uses of CO2 and NH3 gas
5. Metals
a Occurance and general methods to extraction of iron, aluminium, copper , silver and gold
b Physical and Chemical properties of five metals mentioned above.
c Identify and list the uses of metals in our daily life and for other purpose.
6. Hydrocarbons and their Compounds
a Hydrocarbons and their types
b The terms like functional group, homologous series.
c List some properties and uses of methane, propane, butane, alcohol, ether and glycerol
d Classification of alcohols on the basis of number of OH group present in it.
7. Materials use in daily Life
a The process of manufacture of cement, Different type of glass, Plastic, fibers, ceramics, soaps and detergents
b The use of the materials mentioned above
c The role of different type of fertilizers in plants
d The role of insecticides in plants
e Chemical pollution, its source, effects and the method of minimising chemical pollution.
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio
List Of Chapters Covered
1. Classifications of Organisms
a Classification of verterbrates and plants on the basis of their major characters and examples
2. Virus
a Nature, characteristic, types and shpe of virus
b Structure of virus
c Reproduction in virus
d Symptoms of the diseases caused by virus and their control
3. Stimulation and Reaction
a Meaning and importance of stimulation and reaction
b Nervous System
c Stimulation and reaction of plants and animals with reasons
d Reflex action in animals
e Glands and different types of hormones with their functions stimulation in plants including tropic and taxis movement
4. Cell Division
a The cell division and its types
b The importance of mitosis and meiosis cell division
c The features of mitosis and meiosis division stage wise with necessary diagram
d Difference between mitosis and meiosis cell division
5. Reproduction
a About reproduction and its importance
b Different types of reproduction
c Different types of asexual method of reproduction
d Advantages of sexual, asexual and vegetative reproduction
e About the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction.
6. Plants Propagation with Spores
a General features and external appearance of fern
b Life cycle of fern plants - spermatophyte and gametophyte stage
c Meaning and explanation of alternation of generation
7. Blood Circulatory System
a The importance and functions of blood
b Blood Cells
c Heart and the circulation of blood
d Lymphatic system
8. Genetics
a Meaning of genetics and some terminologies related to genetics
b Mendal's experiments ( monohybrid and dihybrid cross)
c Mendal's laws
d Genotype and Phenotype
e DNA and RNA
f variation and its cause
9. Ecosystem
a Inter relationship between plants and animals for transfer of energy
b Food chain and food web
c Food chain in terrestrial and pond ecosystem
d Ecological Pyramids
e Biogerchemical cycles
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio
List Of Chapters Covered
1. History of the Earth
a Theory of the evolution of solar system
b Division of the earth's history in geological eons, eras, periods and epochs
c Main events of different era's and periods
d Fossils, its formation, identification and uses
d Formation of coals and minerals oils and their uses
2. Atmosphere
a What an atmosphere is?
b Different layers of atmosphere
c The formation and importance of ozone layer
d The cause of ozone layer, its depletion and effects of its depletion
e The method of conserving ozone layer and control over depletion of ozone layer
f The cause and effec of green house effect
g Artificial green house and its importance
3. The Universe
a What a Solar System is?
b description of sun, moon, plants and asteroids
c Constellation and names of some famous constellations
d The galaxy : classift them on the basis of shape
e Comets and the way comets move about the sun
f Name some famous comets
g Difference between meteors and meterorites
h The way by which the stars are born, emit energy and die
i Black hole and the way it is formed
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio
List Of Chapters Covered
1. Introduction to Computer
Module Introduction Module Objectives What is a Computer?
Applications of Computers Applications of Computers: Home Applications of Computers: Small Business
Applications of Computers: Others Activity Topic: Parts of a Computer
Activity: Parts of the Human Body Basic Parts of a Computer Input Devices
Output Devices Output Devices: Monitor Output Devices: Speakers
Output Devices: Printer Central Processing Unit Memory
Types of Memory: Volatility Types of Memory: Type of Access Types of Memory: Activity
Types of Storage Media Activity Practical
Activity How Does a Computer Work? Data Measurement
Working of a Computer Fetch Decode
Execute Writeback Hardware and Software
Computer Software Practical Assessment/Sequencing/Practical
Types of Computers Practical Module Summary
2. Email
Module Introduction Module Objectives What Is Electronic mail?
Electronic mail Types of mail servers Opening a Gmail Account
Mailbox E-mail Addressing Using E-Mails
Configuring Microsoft Outlook Viewing an E-Mail Message: Outlook Viewing an E-mail Message: Web-based
Viewing an E-Mail Message: Outlook Viewing an E-mail Message: Web-based Sending an E-Mail Message
Sending an E-Mail Message Organizing and Saving E-Mail Organizing E-Mail: Gmail
Sending the Same Message to Different Users Document Handling Attaching a file to an e-mail
Attaching Pictures Attaching Enclosures Sending a Portion of a Document
Ending an E-Mail Session E-Mail: Things to Remember E-Mail Best Practices
3. Introduction to Windows
Module Introduction Module Objectives What is an operating system?
Types of OS Examples of OS Desktop features
Match the following User Interface Using the Windows Interface
Windows Settings Activity Advanced Windows
Advanced Windows: Mouse Functions Creating Shortcuts Creating a Shortcut
Basics of Windows Set Up Windows Set Up Windows Accessories
Other Accessories Notepad: The Basics Module Summary
4. Internet
Module Introduction Module Objectives Lesson Introduction: Networks
Computer Networks How Are Computers Linked in a Network? Network Types: Architecture
Types of Networks Based on Scale Differences between LAN and WAN Other Networks
Wireless LAN Interactivity Introduction to the Internet
History of the Internet How Does the Internet Work? Activity
The Internet Connecting to the Internet Accessing the Internet
Applications of the Internet Services on the Internet World Wide Web
E-mail Sending and Receiving E-Mails E-Mail Features
Communication on the Internet Chat Newsgroups, Discussion Groups and Forums
Blogs VOIP Social Networking Services
Module Summary
5. Basic DOS commands
Module Objectives What Is DOS? Differences Between Windows and DOS
Switching Between the Command Prompt and Windows Basic DOS Commands Launching a DOS Window
File/Directory Manipulations CD command MD command
Copying of Files and Disks Copying Files to a Disk Deleting Files and Folders
Advanced MS-DOS Commands Module Summary
6. Elements of Word Processing
Starting Word 2007 Using Word Help Opening New Document Dialog Box
Creating a Blank Document Saving a Document Closing a Document
Creating a Document Using a Template Exiting Microsoft Word Application Opening an Existing Document
Modifying Background Color of an Existing Document Setting Page Set Up Properties Inserting a Page Break
Inserting a Column Break Saving Existing Document with a Different Name Saving Existing Document as a Template
Saving Existing Document as a Web Page Using Copy and Paste Working with Office Clipboard
Using Paste Special option Using Find and Replace options Using Go to option
Working with Fonts Working with Paragraph Settings Working with Style and Formatting
Working with Bullets Working with Borders and Shading Working with Columns
Using the Drop Cap Using the Change Case option Inserting Page Number in a Document
Inserting Date and Time in a Document Inserting Symbol in a Document Inserting Comment in a Document
Inserting Picture in a Document Inserting Diagram in a Document Inserting another Document File in an Existing Document
Inserting Object Creating a Hyperlink Creating a Table
Using the AutoFit Merging cells in a Table Converting Simple Text into a Table
Sorting Contents of a Table Using the Split Cells option Using the Split Table option
Perform calculations in a Table Working with Table AutoFormat
7. Making Small Presentation
Starting Powerpoint 2007 Working with a Blank Presentation Working with an Existing Presentation
Creating a New Slide Customizing Your Slide Layout Using a Design Template
Entering Text on a Slide Formatting Text Using Spellings Checker
Working with Bullets and Numbering Using Speaker Notes Working with SmartArt Graphics
Working with WordArt Inserting a Photo Resizing and Rotating a photo
Formatting a Photo Working with Clip Art Inserting a Table
Entering Table Data Formatting Tables Inserting a Word or Excel Chart
Inserting a Chart Inserting Shapes Drawing Shapes
Using 3D Effects Working with Fill & Line Color Aligning and Grouping Shapes
Using Quick Styles Using Theme Colors Modifying Theme Fonts
Working with Theme Effects Creating a Background Applying Quick Styles
Inserting Movies Managing Movie Action Inserting Audio Clips
Managing Audio Playback Working with Hyperlinks Applying a Transition to a Slide
Applying Animation to Text Applying Animation to an Object Animating a SmartArt Graphic
Creating a Custom Animation Sorting Slides Rehearsing a Show
Using Hidden Slides Creating Custom Shows
8. SpreadSheet
Starting Excel 2007 Using Excel Help Opening New Workbook Task Pane
Creating a Blank Workbook Creating a Workbook Using a Template Saving a Workbook
Closing a Workbook Exiting Microsoft Excel Application Inserting a New Worksheet in a Workbook
Inserting a Cell in a Worksheet Inserting a Row in a Worksheet Inserting a Column in a Worksheet
Deleting a Worksheet Setting Page Set Up Properties Saving Existing Workbook with a Different Name
Saving Existing Workbook as a Template Saving Existing Workbook as a Web Page Enabling Page break Preview
Setting Print Area Clear Print Area Printing a Worksheet
Modifying Cell Format Modifying Row Height Modifying Column Width
Hiding a Row Unhiding a Row Formatting a Worksheet Using AutoFormat
Inserting Header And Footer Creating a Manual Functions Using Predefined Functions
Using Data Validation Conditional Formatting Trace Precedents
Trace Dependents Remove All Arrows Grouping Data
Sorting Data Filter Lists Using AutoFilter Using Subtotals
Inserting a Chart Protecting a Workbook Sharing a Workbook
Checking Spellings Inserting Comments Creating a Hyperlink
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio

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