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IDaa CDs are completely mapped to the NCERT curriculum following CBSEboard. Which can be conveniently adapted to any state curriculum in India.
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


 

Mathematics

  • Rational Numbers
    1. A Recall
    2. Properties of rational numbers
    3. Some more properties of rational numbers
    4. Density of Rational numbers
  • Linear Equations in One Variable
    1. Linear Equation - A recall
    2. Solving equation which have linear expression on one side and a number on the other side
    3. Solving equation having the variables on both sides
    4. Solving equations reducible to the linear form
    5. Applications of Linear Equations
  • Understanding Quadrilaterals
    1. A polygon
    2. Angle sum properties of a polygon
    3. kinds of quadrilaterals
     
  • Practical Geometry
    1. Construction of quadrilaterals
    2. Construction of quadrilaterals
  • Data Handling
    1. Representation of ungrouped data
    2. Organisation and representation of grouped data
    3. Pie chart
    4. Chance and Probability
  • Squares and Square Roots
    1. Square Number
    2. Square root of a Number
     
  • Cubes and Cube Roots
    1. Cubes
    2. Cube root
  • Comparing Quantities
    1. Ratio and Percentages
    2. Applications of Percentages
  • Algebraic Expressions and Identities
    1. An Algebraic expression and its values
    2. Multiplication of Expressions
    3. Identities
     
  • Visualising Solid Shapes
    1. Solids - polyhedrons
    2. Views of solid shapes
  • Mensuration
    1. Perimeter and Area of 2 - D shapes
    2. Area of a Trapezium
    3. Volume and Surface area of solids
    4. Applications of Area
  • Exponents and Powers
    1. Powers and negative exponents
    2. Expressing very small numbers using exponents
     
  • Direct and Inverse Proportions
    1. Direct and inverse Proportions
    2. Application of Direct Proportions
    3. Application of Inverse Proportions
  • Factorisation
    1. What is factorisation
    2. Method of Factorisation
  • Introduction to Graphs
    1. Bar Graph
    2. Pie Graph
    3. Line Graph
    4. Cartesian Coordinates
    5. Some Applications
     
  • Playing with Numbers
    1. Generalized form of Numbers
    2. Crypterithms- Letters for Digits
    3. Tests of Divisibility
     

    Science

    PHYSICS


  • Force and Pressure
    1. Force-a push or a pull
    2. Various effects of a Force
    3. Type of forces
    4. Pressure
    5. Atmospheric pressure
    6. Assessment
  • Friction
    1. Force of friction
    2. Types of friction
    3. Friction-A necessary evil
    4. Reducing and Increasing friction.
    5. Fluid friction
    6. Assessment
  • Sound
    1. How is sound produced?
    2. Sounds produced by humans
    3. Sound needs a medium for propagation
    4. We hear Sound through Our Ears
    5. Amplitude,Time  Period and Frequency of a Vibration
    6. Audible and Inaudible Sounds
    7. Music and Noise
    8. Noise Pollution
    9. Assessment
  • Electric current and its effects
    1. Electric Current
    2. Do Liquids Conduct Electricity?
    3. Chemical Effect of Electric Current
    4. Electroplating
    5. Assessment
  • Some Natural Phenomena
    1. Lightning
    2. Types of charges and their interaction
    3. Transfer of Charge
    4. The Story of Lightning
    5. Earthquakes
    6. Assessment
  • Light
    1. What is reflection?
    2. Laws of Reflection
    3. Image formed by a Plane mirror
    4. Reflected light can be reflected again
    5. Human Eye
    6. How Visually Challenged people Read and Write?
    7. Assessment
  • Star and the Solar System
    1. The stars
    2. The Moon
    3. Constellations
    4. The solar system
    5. Some other members of the solar system
    6. Man-made( or Artificial) Satellite
    7. Assessment

    CHEMISTRY


  • Synthetic Fibre
    1. Synthetic fibres
    2. Types of synthetic fibres
    3. Characteristics of synthetic fibres
    4. Plastic
    5. Characteristic and properties of plastics
    6. Plastics and the Environment impact
    7. Assessment
  • Metals and non-metals
    1. Physical Properties of Metals
    2. Chemical Properties of Metals
    3. Displacement Reaction
    4. Use of Metal and Non-Metal
    5. Assessment
  • Coal and Petroleum
    1. Natural Resources
    2. Forms of fossil fuels
    3. Coal
    4. Petroleum
    5. Natural gas
    6. Natural Resources are limited
    7. Assessment
  • Combustion and Flame
    1. Combustion
    2. Types of Combustion
    3. Flame
    4. Fuel
    5. Assessment

    BIOLOGY


  • Crop production and management
    1. Agricultural practices
    2. Basic practices of crop production:
    3. Food from animals
    4. Assessment
  • Cell structure and functions
    1. Cell
    2. Cells-variety in number, shape and
    3. Structure of a generalized cell
    4. Assessment
  • Micro organisms friend and foe
    1. Classification of micro organisms
    2. Micro organisms and us
    3. Harmful microorganisms
    4. Disease causing organisms in animals
    5. Food preservation
    6. Assessment
  • Conservation of plants and animals
    1. What is biodiversity?
    2. Loss of biodiversity
    3. Conservation of biodiversity (Forest and Wild Life)
    4. Conservation of trees
    5. Assessment
  • Reproduction in animals
    1. Modes of reproduction
    2. Reproduction
    3. Oviparous and viviparous animals
    4. Assessment
  • Pollution of air and water
    1. Composition of air
    2. Water
    3. Potable water
  • Reaching the age of adolescence
    1. Adolescence and puberty
    2. Determination of gender of a child
    3. Endocrine system in human beings
    4. Reproductive health
    5. Assessment
     

    Math Activity

    1 Verifying that the sum of the measures of the four interior angles of a quadrilateral is 360°
    2 Verifying that the sum of the measures of the exterior angles of any polygon is 360°
    3 Verifying that the opposite sides and the opposite angles of a parallelogram are equal.
    4 Proving mathematical wonders-- divisibility rules
    5 Finding happy and sad numbers in the range from 1 to 100
    6 Illustrating geometrically the product of
    7 Two monomials (ii) one monomial and one binomial , and (iii) two binomials
    8 Writing very - very large and small numbers in standard form
    9 Determining lateral surface area and volume of solids
    10 Interpreting information from a circle graph( or pie chart)
    11 Drawing pie charts

    • System Requirements : 1024 x 768 pixels, 32 bit colour, CD or DVD ROM, audio device and a pointing device.
    • Hard Drive: 150 MB
    • Processor: IBM/PC or compatible processor or 1.5 GHz or faster
    • Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows Xp, Windows Vista, Windows 7,Windows 8
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM


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