Syllabus For Vocational Subjects

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an overarching discipline that covers a broad range of domains and applications, and is expected to impact every field in the coming future. This curriculum focuses on building AI readiness in young minds.

Part B: Vocational Skills

  1. Unit 1: Introduction to Yoga and Yogic Practices
  2. Unit 2: Introduction to Yoga Texts
  3. Unit 3: Yoga for Health Promotion

The course is designed to facilitate learning the essentials of Medical Diagnostics. Design of the course shall aid in developing skills required in planning and executing Laboratory process. Laboratory techniques along with fundamentals of laboratory management shall direct the learning process and will ensure efficient and effective understanding and performance in all spheres of laboratory works.

This course aims at grooming the natural talent of students and exposing them to ever-changing skills needed in the media and entertainment industry with hands-on experience. The course is designed to provide fundamental information on analysis of film, TV (including News), print articles, understanding of the pipeline multiple products of the media & Entertainment industry (TV show / segment, film, article, ad film, etc.), concept of assembly line, animation, roles people play, skills & specializations, the creative process, aesthetics, design, framing, composition, writing, ideation and finally technology usage in the media & entertainment industry.

Early Childhood Care and Education skill course is one of the popular courses delivered nationwide through a network of ITIs. It mainly consists of Domain area and Core area. The Domain area (Theory & Practical) imparts professional skills and knowledge, while the core area (Employability Skill) imparts requisite core skills, knowledge, and life skills.

Early Childhood Care and Education skill course is one of the popular courses delivered nationwide through a network of ITIs. It mainly consists of Domain area and Core area. The Domain area (Theory & Practical) imparts professional skills and knowledge, while the core area (Employability Skill) imparts requisite core skills, knowledge, and life skills.

Syllabus of Applied Mathematics has been designed with an intention to orient the students towards the mathematical tools relevant in life. Special efforts has been made in order to connect it’s application in various fields, so that, students who are opting for Social Science based subjects or Commerce based subjects or skill based subjects at senior secondary level can also fulfill their urge of learning mathematics joyfully.

The purpose of the course ‘Fashion Studies’ is to tell the students about the fundamentals of Fashion Design. Fashion Design as a profession includes the entire process of designing and producing fashion apparels from the fibre and yarn stage to the finished product.

Library & Information Science Course at Senior Secondary level will fulfill the requirement of developing necessary skills, in learners to identify, locate, evaluate and use the required information efficiently. One of the important aspects of the curriculum is to improve the education system for Library and Information Science at school level.

Theory (Part A & B): 70 marks

Practical (Part C): 30 marks

Part A: Employability Skills

  • Unit 1: Communication Skills
  • Unit 2: Self-Management Skills
  • Unit 3: Basic ICT Skills
  • Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Unit 5: Green Skills

This course is a planned sequence of instructions consisting of Units meant for developing employability and vocational competencies of students of Class XI opting for vocational subject along with general education subjects. The syllabus for Part B is divided into six units.

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1 – Introduction to Management
  • Unit 2 –Concept of Management
  • Unit 3 – Functions of Management
  • Unit 4 – Communication
  • Unit 5 – Motivation
  • Unit 6 – Leadership
  • Unit 7 – Social Responsibility of Business
  • Unit 8 – Information Technology and Business

This course is designed to enable students to learn about the technical aspects of music production such as how to use digital workstations.

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1 - Sales Organization
  • Unit 2 - Inside Selling / Store Based Selling
  • Unit 3 - Field Selling
  • Unit 4 - Motivation & Compensation for Salesperson

This Course on Design is intended to introduce ideas, methodologies, principles, fundamentals and skills that comprise a common knowledge base important to all design disciplines. These fundamentals will foster a multidisciplinary design experience among students and will prepare them to move to the next level.

This course is design for the students to learn skill and knowledge of development of new design aspects for novelty in fabric surface, textile products and various other textile materials. It includes designing of fabric used in clothing, house hold textiles, decorative textiles and others.

After successfully completing these two years of Senior Secondary skill course, the student would have acquired relevant appropriate and adequate technical knowledge together with the professional skills and competencies in the field of Air conditioning and Refrigeration Technology so that they will be able to properly equipped to take up gainful employment in this sector.

The students are enabled to complete the Shorthand course. Shorthand writers are employed on the various posts such as Stenographers, Personal Assistants (PAs), Senior Personal Assistants (SPAs). Private Secretaries (PSs), Reporters in State Legislatures and in both the Houses of Parliament, and Press Reporters all over the world. Shorthand knowing persons are employed in large numbers and this subject has been recognized in every part of the world.

The course is designed to enable students is become proficient in the skill of Office Procedures. Office work includes supporting management, including executives, using a variety of project management, communication & organizational skills. They are responsible for most front-office procedures, such as photocopying, faxing, scheduling, word processing, filing, greeting clients, mail sorting and phone call routing.

Part B: Skills

  • Unit 1 - Single or Output Costing
  • Unit 2 - Job and Batch Costing
  • Unit 3 - Contract Costing
  • Unit 4 - Process Costing
  • Unit 5 - Operating or Service Costing
  • Unit 6 - Reconciliation of Cost and Financial Accounts

Part B: Skills

  • Unit 1 - Deductions from Gross Total Income
  • Unit 2 - Computation of Tax Liability of an Individual
  • Unit 3 - TDS and Advance Payment Tax
  • Unit 4 - Goods & Service Tax (GST)

An Animator is an artist who creates multiple images, which when displayed in rapid sequence give an illusion of movement called animation. An Animator needs to refer to the concept of artwork prepared by animation artists to produce a sequence of 2D or 3D images by producing multiple images called frames, which when sequenced together rapidly create an illusion of movement.

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1: Basic Occupational Safety and Precautions
  • Unit 2: Microphones and Loudspeakers
  • Unit 3: Recorders
  • Unit 4: TV System
  • Unit 5: Modern Appliances

After successfully completing the two years of Senior Secondary Skill Course the student would have acquired relevant appropriate and adequate technical knowledge together with professional skills and competencies in the field of Electrical Technology so that he/she is properly equipped to take up gainful employment in this vocation.

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1 - Remote Sensing (RS)
  • Unit 2 - Geographic Information system (GIS)
  • Unit 3 - Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Unit 4 - Trends in Geospatial Technology
  • Unit 5 - Application of Geospatial Technology

After this course the students will gain knowledge about complete instructions and signs relating to manuscripts and corrections of drafts. The students will learn about correspondence (both business and official). This course also provides the knowledge of basic essentials of computer for office through different packages like Excel and PowerPoint, with emphasis on Internet Search and Email management, etc.

Horticulture is associated with the cultivation of vegetables, fruits, flowers, crops, tuber crops and medicinal, aromatic and ornamental plants where one can attain knowledge about crop production, plant propagation, plant breeding, genetic engineering, preparation of soil and plant physiology and biochemistry and simultaneously can work in various fields including floral design, garden centers, teaching, fruit and vegetable production, arboriculture, landscape construction, etc.

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1 - General Insurance
  • Unit 2 - Fire Insurance
  • Unit 3 - Marine Insurance
  • Unit 4 - Motor Vehicle Insurance
  • Unit 5 - Mediclaim and Accident Insurance
  • Unit 6 - Burglary and Theft Insurance

Part A: Employability Skills

  • Unit 1: Communication Skills
  • Unit 2: Self-Management Skills
  • Unit 3: Basic ICT Skills
  • Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Unit 5: Green Skills

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1 - Product
  • Unit 2 - Price Decision
  • Unit 3 - Place Decision: Channels of Distribution
  • Unit 4 - Promotion
  • Unit 5 - Emerging Trends in Marketing

Part B: Vocational Skills

  1. Unit 1 - Ancillary Services of Banks
  2. Unit 2 - Innovations in Banking Technology
  3. Unit 3 - Organization of a Bank Branch
  4. Unit 4 - Basics of Business Mathematics
  5. Unit 5 - Reserve Bank of India Regulations on Banks
  6. Unit 6 - Performa of Final Accounts of Banking Companies

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1: Evolution of Hotels in India

  • Unit 2: Etiquettes and manners for Hospitality professionals

  • Unit 3: Hotel Organisation

  • Unit 4: Organisation of Front office Department

  • Unit 5: Introduction to Basic Front office operation

  • Unit 6: Safety and Security in Hotels

  • Unit 7: Problem Solving & Situation Handling

  • Unit 8: Responsible Hotels

Part B: Vocational Skills

  • Unit 1: Indian regional cookery

  • Unit 2: Indian Snacks

  • Unit 3: Indian gravies

  • Unit 4: Indian sweets

  • Unit 5: Presentation of Indian meals

  • Unit 6: Fast Food

  • Unit 7: Introduction to baking

  • Unit 8: Menu Planning

  • Unit 9: Food Costing

  • Unit 10: Food Safety

This course is designed for the students to learn about and perform the basics of beauty therapy and maintain hygiene and safety at workplace. The students would gain knowledgeable about various beauty products and will be able to perform basic depilation, manicure, pedicure and basic face care services.

Part A: Employability Skills

  • Unit 1: Communication Skills
  • Unit 2: Self-Management Skills
  • Unit 3: Understanding Media
  • Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Unit 5: Green Skills

Part B

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Indian Securities Market and Trading Membership
  • Unit 2: Trading
  • Unit 3: Clearing and Settlement, Legal Framework
  • Unit 4: Introduction to Derivatives
  • Unit 5: Introductions to Futures and Options

Part B

  • Unit 1 - Battery charger

  • Unit 2 - Struts, troubleshooting

  • Unit 3 - Troubleshooting

  • Unit 4 - Difference between Manual & Automatic Transmission, Troubleshooting

  • Unit 5 - Troubleshooting & Battery

Part B

  1. Unit 1: Movie Editing Tools
  2. Unit 2: Customizing and Embedding Multimedia Components in Web Pages
  3. Unit 3: Web Scripting - Java Script
  4. Unit 4: Work Integrated Learning IT - WA-II

Unit 1: Database Concepts - RDBMS Tool

The key to organizational success is effective decision making which requires timely, relevant and accurate information. Hence information plays a critical role in today's competitive environment. Database Management Software (DBMS) simplifies the task of managing the data and extracting useful information out of it. In this chapter, we shall learn about the basic concepts of databases and also learn how to use DBMS for some applications.