Syllabus For Vocational Subjects

Unit 1 - Display of Products and Satisfy Customer Needs 

Retail salespeople play an important role in a retailer’s marketing mix. Control of human resources is most important of all. This is done through the process of supervision. Super means form above and visions means to see the work of others. Supervision is the activity of overseeing the subordinates at work to ensure that the work is performed as required. Supervision plays an important role in the management set up.

Texturing Artists also known as a Shading Artists use variety of software, platforms, and environments to create textures for environments, characters, objects, and props for animated films, television shows, and video games. Individuals at this job are responsible to add textures to models to create photo realistic models that can be used for animation and adding shade to the artwork.

A hand Embroiderer is one who should be able to do all types of embroidery work effectively. Embroidery is the handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn. Embroidery may also incorporate other materials such as, pearls, beads, quills, and sequins.

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skill (40 Marks)

S.No. Unit Title
1 Health care Delivery Systems
2 Role of Patient Care Assistant
3 Personal Hygiene and Hygiene Standards
4 Primary Health Care and Emergency Medical Response
5 Immunization

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skill (40 Marks)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Introduction to Marketing and Sales 5
2 Concept of Market 5
3 Basic concept of Sales and selling 10
4 Understanding customer & consumer 10
5 Activities in Sales and Marketing 10

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Introduction to Banking 5
2 Deposit Accounts 10
3 Utility Services of a Bank 10
4 Introduction to Insurance 10
5 Insurance Organization 5

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

S.No. Unit Name Marks
1 Introduction to Tourism 6
2 Major Tourist Destinations of India 6
3 Impacts of Tourism 8
4 Hotels 10
5 Classification of Hotels 10

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Introduction to hospitality industry 3
2 Career Opportunities 3
3 Introduction to Kitchen 5
4 Protective clothing & its maintenance 3
5 Personal Hygiene 5
6 Equipment & Kitchen tools 5
7 Culinary History 3
8 Kitchen Commodities 5
9 Storage of Commodities 4
10 Kitchen Organization 4

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

Unit Number Unit Name
1 Introduction to Agriculture
2 Scenario of agriculture in India
3 Principles of crop production
4 Animal Science
5 Agricultural Farm Machinery & Food
6 Special Practices in agriculture

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

S. No. Topic
1 Introduction to Body Care
2 Introduction to Hand Care
3 Introduction to Foot Care
4 Introduction to Face and Beauty
5 Introduction to Hair Care
6 Introduction to Hand Art

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

Unit Number Name Marks
1 Introduction to Tourism - I 12
2 Tourism Business - I 14
3 Tourism Product - I 14

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Part B: Vocational Skills (40 Marks)

  • Money - What it is?
  • Money Exchange Systems
  • Key Characteristics of Money
  • What is Financial Planning?
  • What is Income?
  • What is Expenses?
  • What is Bank?
  • Why Save?
  • Setting Goals
  • Systematic Saving and Investments
  • Making a Budget

S.No. Units Duration in Periods
1 Unit 1: Communication Skills - I 20
2 Unit 2: Self Management Skills - I 10
3 Unit 3: Basic ICT Skills - I 25
4 Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills - I 15
5 Unit 5: Green Skills - I 10
  Total 80

  Units Marks
Part A Employability Skills  
  Unit 1: Communication Skills - I 10
  Unit 2: Self-management Skills - I
  Unit 3: Information and Communication Technology Skills - I
  Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills - I
  Unit 5: Green Skills - I
Part B Vocational Skills 40
  Disaster Management and Emergency Response (Basic)  
  Development and Maintenance of Relationship with Stakeholders  
  Occupational Health and Safety Procedures  
  Observing and Monitoring People  
  First Aid at Workplace (Basic)  
Part C Practical Work  
  Practical Examination 15
  Written Test 10
  Viva Voce 10
Part D Project Work/Field Visit  
  Practical File / Student Portfolio 10
  Viva Voce 05
  Total 100

Units   Marks
Part A Employability Skills  
  Unit 1: Communication Skills - I 10
  Unit 2: Self-management Skills - I
  Unit 3: Information and Communication Technology Skills - I
  Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills - I
  Unit 5: Green Skills - I
Part B Vocational Skills 40
  History and Evolution of Automobiles 4
  Various types of Automobiles 5
  Major Systems & Components of an Automobile 12
  Road Safety 5
  Automobiles and our Environment 5
  Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance & Servicing 7
  Innovations & Developments in Automobile 2
Part C Practical Work  
  Practical Examination 15
  Written Test 10
  Viva Voce 10
Part D Project Work / Field Visit  
  Practical File / Student Portfolio 10
  Viva Voce 05
  Total 100

This course is a planned sequence of instructions consisting of Units meant for developing employability and vocational competencies of students of Class IX and X opting for vocational subject along with general education subjects.

This is a beginner level course. On completion of this course, a student can take up an Intermediate level course for job roles in Retail - Sales Associate, Distributor Salesman in class 11 and 12.

The Hospitality industry is a broad category of fields within the service industry that includes lodging, event planning, theme parks, transportation, cruise line and additional fields within the tourism industry. The hospitality industry is a several billion dollar industry that mostly depends on the availability of leisure time and disposable income. A hospitality unit such as a restaurant, hotel, or even an amusement park consists of multiple groups such as facility maintenance, direct operations.

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. Part B of the syllabus is divided into six units.

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. Part B of the syllabus has seven units.

A X-ray Technician creates X-ray images of parts of human body to help physicians diagnose and treat various illnesses and injuries as accurately as possible. Individuals at this job need to create X-ray images of parts of the human body using radiographic equipment under the guidance and supervision of Radiologist. They explain medical imaging procedure, prepare X-ray room and patient for procedure, operate and maintain X-ray machine, record radiological supplies, prepare report & document under Radiologist’s guidance, maintain records and carry out other administrative jobs as needed in the department.

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.

The course is designed to enable students to develop conceptual, skill and application skill in the commerce related field. The course will familiarize students with current business process and practices. This will help students in developing capabilities to identify business opportunities, analyze their risk- return possibilities and support business development in socially desirable avenues with strong moral commitment.

The Course on Design Fundamental is intended to introduce ideas, methodologies, principles, and skills that comprise a common knowledge base important to all design disciplines. These fundamental will foster a multidisciplinary design experience among students and will prepare them to move to the next level. It will provide the participants with foundation and fundamentals skills in design. The program is designed to provide a pathway to a range of vocational qualifications, including diplomas of graphic design, visual merchandising, visual arts, digital design, screen and performing arts.

This Course will provide the students with a practical introduction to recording processes including, mixing, editing and post-production. It will aid the students to gain skills in recording studios and performance venues and get on track to a career in technical production. Also it will develop the necessary skills to record and produce music as well as live sound operation.

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 of Part B is divided into eight units.

Library & Information Science Course at Senior Secondary level will fulfil 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 which may be equivalent to Certificate or Diploma in Library and Information Science.

S. No. Units Duration in Periods
1 Unit 1: Communication Skills - II 20
2 Unit 2: Self Management Skills - II 10
3 Unit 3: Basic ICT Skills - II 25
4 Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills - II 15
5 Unit 5: Green Skills - II 10
  Total 80

  Units Marks
Part A Employability Skills  
  Communication Skills 10
  Self-management Skills
  Basic ICT Skills
  Entrepreneurial Skills
  Green Skills
Part B Vocational Skills  
  Word Processing (Advanced) 40
  Spreadsheet (Advanced)
  Database Applications
Part C Practical Work  
  Practical Examination 15
  Written Test 10
  Viva Voce 10
Part D Project Work/Field Visit  
  Practical File/ Student Portfolio 10
  Viva Voce 5
  Total 100

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Hospital Structure and functions 10
2 Introduction to Care Plan and Care of Patients 10
3 Sterilization and Disinfection 9
4 Basic First Aid and Emergency Medical Relief 6
5 Human Body: Structure, Functions and Nutrition 11
6 Public Relations in Hospital 4
  Total 50

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Sales with other functions - Introduction to Marketing Mix 5
2 Market (Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning) 10
3 Basic concept of Sales and selling 20
4 Careers in selling 10
5 Skills in selling 5
  Total 50

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Laws relating to Negotiable Instruments 5
2 Lending Functions of a Bank
3 Utility Services of a Bank 10 
4 Life Insurance Products 10 
5 General Insurance 10 
6 Communication at Workplace 10 
  Total 50

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Communication 9
2 General Awareness 9
3 Grooming and Hygiene 8
4 Qualities of front office staff 7
5 Front office 13
6 Role of computers 4
  Total 50

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Introduction To Cookery 3
2 Methods Of Cooking 10
3 Vegetable And Fruit Cookery 10
4 Soups 8
5 Salads 10
6 Sandwiches 7
  Total 50

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

Unit Number Unit Name Marks
1 Agricultural production and management 8
2 Production and management of horticultural crops 10
3 Animal husbandry and dairying 7
4 Post production handling, packaging and processing of animal products 8
5 Seed production and nursery management 9
6 Entrepreneurial skill development 8
  Total 50

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 + Practical - 50)

# Topic Marks
1 Body Care & Wellness I 8
2 Hand Care I 9
3 Foot Care I 9
4 Face and Beauty I 8
5 Hair Care I 8
6 Beauty & Wellness as a Business Sector I 8
  Total 50

Unit 1: Soft Skills - II

  • Personality Development
  • Positive Attitude
  • Think Big
  • Creating First & Last Impression:
    1. Grooming
    2. Etiquette and Manners
    3. Required Body Language for social interaction
  • Telephonic Conversation
  • Public Speaking

Total Marks: 100 (Theory - 50 and Practical - 50)

Theory Syllabus

Unit Number Name Marks
1. Investment Basics 3
2. Securities 3
3. Primary Market 8
4. Secondary Market 8
5. Derivatives 3
6. Depository 3
7. Mutual Funds 5
8. Miscellaneous 7
9. Concepts & Modes of Analysis 7
10. Ratio Analysis 3
Total   50

This is a beginner level course. On completion of this course, a student can take up an Intermediate level course for job roles in Retail - Sales Associate, Distributor Salesman in class 11 and 12.

  Units Marks
Part A Employability Skills  
  Unit 1: Communication Skills - II 10
  Unit 2: Self-management Skills - II
  Unit 3: Information and Communication Technology Skills - II
  Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills - II
  Unit 5: Green Skills - II
Part B Vocational Skills 40
  Unit 1: Hygiene and Safety
  Unit 2: Documentation
  Unit 3: Traffic Control and Parking
  Unit 4: Security in Industrial and Commercial Deployments
  Unit 5: Security Escorts
Part C Practical Work  
  Practical Examination 15
  Written Test 10
  Viva Voce 10
Part D Project Work / Field Visit  
  Practical File / Student Portfolio 10
  Viva Voce 05
  Total 10