There are eight units - (i) Numbers, Quantification and Numerical Applications, (ii) Algebra, (iii) Inferential Statistics, (iv) Index Numbers and Time-based data, (v) Calculus, (vi) Financial Mathematics, (vii) Linear Programming, and (viii) Probability.
The syllabus consists of 16 units: (i) Solid State (ii) Solutions (iii) Electrochemistry (iv) Chemical Kinetics (v) Surface Chemistry (vi) General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements (vii) p-Block Elements (viii) d- and f-Block Elements (ix) Coordination Compounds (x) Haloalkanes and Haloarenes (xi) Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers (xii) Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids (xiii) Amines (xiv) Biomolecules (xv) Polymers (xvi) Chemistry in Everyday Life.
The syllabus is divided into 6 units and the project work. Total marks for theory paper is 70. The units are (i) Entrepreneurial Opportunities (ii) Enterprise Planning (iii) Enterprise Marketing (iv) Enterprise Growth Strategies (v) Business Arithmetic (vi) Resource Mobilization.
In class XII, the emphasis is on "Work and careers" through the life span. Within the curriculum the significance and scope of each domain (Foods and Nutrition, Human Development and Family Studies, Fabric and Apparel, Resource Management and Communication and Extension), the multiple thrust areas emerging within them have been emphasized.
The theory paper is of 70 marks. There are five questions divided into three sections - (i) Reading Skills (ii) Analytical Skills (iii) Thinking Skills.
In order to upgrade the skills and proficiency of the young generation and also to provide them awareness to explore about various career options the CBSE has started offering around 40 courses at Senior Secondary level. The skill education envisions imparting the procedural knowledge and skills to the students that will enable students to excel and emerge successful in real situation of both work and life.